Manage Ambiguity in Career Decision-Making

ASU alum Hui Xu

ASU Major and Career Exploration invites you to this session featuring Hui Xu, assistant professor of counseling psychology at Loyola University Chicago. An alumnus of ASU's doctoral program in Counseling and Counseling Psychology in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts, Dr. Hu's research interests include career development and vocational psychology and his published work has focused on models of career decision ambiguity tolerance, development of an abbreviated career indecision profile, and the role of ambiguity tolerance in career decision-making. This research he will discuss on May 3 has largely been based on his work with exploratory students at ASU.

Professor Xu is a recipient of the American Psychological Foundation's Bruce and Jane Walsh Grant in Memory of John Holland, which supports the distribution of Xu's research widely. 

Attend in-person in USE 256 (RSVP required with Eventbrite as space is limited to 20) or attend virtually via Zoom.

 

 

Department: 
ASU Major and Career Exploration
Contact: 
Kryslen Holt
Phone: 
602-496-0589
Location: 
Urban Systems Engineering (USE) Building, room 256
Campus: 
Tempe campus
Price: 
Free