FIND OUT HOW GOOD YOU REALLY ARE. My work as a counseling psychologist focuses on health and educational interventions for urban youth. At LIU Brooklyn, I'm teaching these techniques to future couselors. Together, we are making the kind of mental, physical and spiritual connections that transform lives. Wendi S. Williams, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Counseling For more things to do this week and every week, check out our campus calendar. Submit your events to Wanted: Commencement Marshalls -  Volunteers are need to serve as marshals — helping graduates robe and get seated — at LIU Brooklyn’s commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 16. Staffers and faculty members who volunteer will be asked to attend an information session prior to graduation and must be at Barclays Center on the day of commencement by 8:30 a.m. and be able to stay through the end of the ceremony to assist with the recessional.  Those interested in participating should email University Marshal Cris Gleicher at LIU Brooklyn Counts 50 Who’s Who 2013 Students - Who's Who has selected 50 LIU Brooklyn students — including undergrads and graduate students of varied majors — to be included in the 2013 Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. This is a national award that recognizes students who are strong academically, and who distinguish themselves as leaders through participation in extracurricular activities and community service. A ceremony to honor these students will be held on April 19, 2013 in the Schwartz Gymnasium on campus. Women’s Tennis Team Dominant - Women’s Tennis Team Dominant - The LIU Brooklyn women's tennis team has won seven of its first eight matches this season, including a 7-0 sweep of Monmouth in its Northeast Conference opener on Thursday. Doubles teams of Lisa Maas and Nancy Zonneveld; Taysha Blessington and Sanne Louwers; and Aleksandra Pavlovic and Katya Yegoreychenko earned victories during the match. In singles, the Blackbirds did not drop a single set, with Blessington, Louwers, Pavlovic and Zonneveld all recording decisive wins. LIU Brooklyn next plays at 3 p.m. on Tuesday at Sacred Heart. The Impact of Bullying on LGBTQ Youths - The School of Education will present an LIU Schools talk on “Bullying and It's Impact on the LGBTQ Youth” on Thursday, April 18, at 5 p.m. The program will take place in HS 121. Among the presenters will be Steven Toledo, project manager of the LGBT Safe Schools Initiative at the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Network, and Jonathan Nardi-Williams, commissioner for the Massachusetts State Commission on LGBT Youth. The program is open to the public. For more information, contact Amy Ginsberg at 4/2 ­ Voices of the Rainbow: Wendy Lee & Joseph Lennon 4/5 ­ School of Business: Leadership Skills Development Program 4/9 - Safe Zone presents a screening of "Pariah"