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Rex Stockton is the Class of 1969 Chancellor’s Professor in the Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology at Indiana University where he has held a wide variety of academic, administrative and professional responsibilities. For several years he was Associate Dean in the Office of the Vice President and Dean for Research and Advanced Study. In this capacity, he assisted in the coordination and administration of research and academic programs. Dr. Stockton has directed or participated at a senior level in a series of funded research and development studies. Currently, he leads a project focusing on the social emotional components of having HIV/AIDS. The population he works most is in Sub-Saharan Africa, primarily Botswana. In collaboration with colleagues he has completed several country wide studies in this area. Dr. Stockton has been active in leadership roles in major professional organizations. Also he is the recipient of several research and teaching awards.
Dr. Stockton has been active in developing training procedures for group counseling. He has published extensively and conducted many workshops, nationally and internationally, in this area. Dr. Stockton is a recipient of the Burton W. Gorman Teaching Award at Indiana University and the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision's Distinguished Mentor Award.