Dr. Yasar Nur Dedeoglu is joining the Kremen School of Education in Fall 2021 as an
assistant professor in the Department of Counselor Education and Rehabilitation. Nur
earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychological Counseling and Guidance from Hacettepe
University in Turkey. She is originally from Turkey. She earned a study abroad scholarship
to pursue her graduate studies in the US when she was working as a school counselor
in Istanbul, Turkey. She obtained her master's degree in Counselor Education with
a concentration in School Counseling from Ohio University. She is graduating this
summer with her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision from the Pennsylvania
State University. Nur has experience working with clients from diverse cultural backgrounds
in a variety of settings including schools, mental health clinics, private practice,
and career centers. She has taught multiple counseling courses throughout her doctoral
program. Nur is passionate about sharing her experiences with her students and train
future counselors as leaders, advocates, collaborators, and system change agents.
She is also dedicated to research and service to help marginalized children and teens
overcoming the systemic barriers to their wellness and academic success.