APA's Board of Educational Affairs (BEA) has named Emil Rodolfa, PhD, counseling center director at the University of California at Davis, and Harvette Grey, PhD, executive director of the DePaul University Cultural Center, as recipients of its Education Advocacy Distinguished Service Awards for their advocacy for and contributions to the Campus Care and Counseling Act, which has now passed both houses of Congress.

Rodolfa accepted his award in person from BEA Chair Jonathan Sandoval, PhD, at APA's 2004 Education Leadership Conference. "Without the early enthusiasm and expertise of Emil Rodolfa, we would not be standing here today acknowledging the passage of elements of the Campus Care and Counseling Act," Sandoval said in presenting the award to Rodolfa. BEA will officially present Grey with her award at a future date.