Finding Aid for David McNaughton Personal Papers, 1967-1994
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This collection includes information on the counseling center as well as information on committees and task forces that McNaughton served on.
University of Wisconsin--Stout. Counselling Center.
Dr. David McNaughton was born in DeForrest, Wisconsin in 1938. He graduated from Durand, Wisconsin before entering Stout in 1956. While a student at Stout, McNaughton participated in such organizations and activities as the International Relations Club, Chi Lambda, the Student Governing Board, and track. He graduated with honors in 1960, with a B.S. in Industrial Education. After graduation, McNaughton taught in Luremburg, Wisconsin, before choosing to continue his education. He received his Ph.D. at the University of Wyoming, Larami in Guidance Counseling and Psychology. He later instructed at the School of Psychology in St. Paul, before returning to Stout as a member of the counseling center in 1966. The counseling center was created to improve students and faculty lifestyles through counseling and education. The Center also developed a career planning program. In 1969, McNaughton was appointed as head of the Center. In addition to his work with the Counseling Center, McNaughton has played a key role on campus in developing sexual harassment policies, an alcohol and drug education program, a wellness program, and several others. Under his leadership, the Counseling Center gained an extensive reputation for excellence. McNaughton retired in 1995.