Professor Rolle's research interests include:
- Trauma-informed care and communities in the rural southern United States
- Academic and wellness strategies for women of color in doctoral programs
- Microaggressions among Black women in online degree programs
- Counseling in the rural South
Rolle, M. E. (2018, June). Implementing social justice in the “deep south”. Omega
Zeta Newsletter: The ‘O. Z.’. (pp. 2-3)
Rolle, M. E., Fellenger, S., and Whitman, J. S. (2019). The role of mentoring in counselor
education. In J. Whitman & L. Haddock (Eds.), Skill development in counselor education:
A comprehensive workbook (pp. 129-134). New York, NY: Routledge
Trainings and presentations
Glover, V., Hunt, D., Rolle, M., & Simpkins, T. (Panelists) (2019, May, 18). “Is it
all in her head? Breaking the dark silence of mental illness.” Indigo Women’s Empowerment
& Cultural Expo.
Rolle, M. (2019, April 18). Guest speaker on multicultural experiences. An online
presentation for Walden University’s COUN 6723 Multicultural Counseling class. Ashburn,
Riley, P. & Rolle, M. E. (2018, April 27). Establishing online mentoring relationships
with CES faculty and doctoral students. A roundtable presentation at the American
Counseling Association Conference. Atlanta, GA.
Rolle, M. E. (2018, May 30). Cultural diversity: Working towards cultural competence
in community organizations. A presentation for the Sumer County Family Connections.
Rolle, M. E. (2017, May 25). Cultural diversity: Working towards cultural competence
in community organizations. A presentation for the Crisp County Community Council.
Rolle, M. E. (2017, November 18). Strategies for children and adolescent success:
involvement in academic and mental health development. A presentation for the Children
Youth Mental Health Conference at Florida Gulf Coast University. Fort Myers, FL.