Donelda Cook, Ph.D., EI class of 2009, will become Loyola University’s vice president for student development. Dr. Cook, who went to Loyola in 1993 to become director of the Counseling Center, currently serves as associate vice president for student development. Dr. Cook earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Delaware State University, a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology and a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Southern Illinois University, and both a Master of Arts in Theology and a Graduate Certificate in Biblical Studies from St. Mary’s Seminary & University. During her tenure at Loyola, Dr. Cook has twice served as acting vice president for student development. She is a member of the ministerial staff at Covenant Baptist United Church of Christ in Washington, DC, where she serves as a spiritual director. Dr. Cook’s scholarly publications focus on multicultural psychology and the integration of spirituality and psychology in psychotherapy with African Americans.