Fedewa Works on GoNoodle Project

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Dr. Alicia Fedewa, associate professor in School Psychology, has been busy at work this fall collecting data on the impact of movement breaks in core curricular instruction in local elementary schools. Fedewa and her research team (including Drs. Heather Erwin and Elizabeth Fettrow in Kinesiology and Health Promotion) are making … Read More

Moseley Makes Magazine Cover

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Della Moseley, a counseling psychology doctoral student, is on the cover of a recent issue of GradPsych Magazine. Her work for racial justice is highlighted, as is the website she created as a supplement for the workshop, “Student Led Activism: Mobilizing for Justice Post-Ferguson.” Along with counseling psychology faculty members … Read More

Usher Keynotes Conference

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Dr. Ellen Usher was invited to serve as a keynote speaker at Korea University’s annual conference sponsored by the Brain and Motivation Research Institute (bMRI). The conference theme was “Identity, Self-Efficacy, and Goals in Adolescent Motivation.” Usher spoke about the sources and effects of students’ and teachers’ self-efficacy. She also took part … Read More

Angyal Selected for Psychological Leadership Conference

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As part of the American Psychological Association of Graduate Students Advocacy Coordinating Team, Blanka Angyal, a second-year doctoral student in Counseling Psychology, was selected to attend the 2016 American Psychological Association Annual State Leadership Conference March 13-17 in Washington, D.C., as a delegate of APAGS. This trip is all expenses … Read More

Harley Authors ‘Groundbreaking’ Handbook

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Dr. Debra Harley, Provost’s Distinguished Service Professor in the College of Education’s Department of Early Childhood, Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling, and Dr. Pamela Teaster, professor in the UK College of Public Health, are editors of the new “Handbook of LGBT Elders: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Principles, Practices and Policies.” … Read More

DeYoung Selected to Serve as Fulbright Specialist

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Dr. Alan J. DeYoung, a recently retired professor in the Department of Educational Policy Studies & Evaluation, has been selected by the International University for the Humanities and Development (IUHD) in Turkmenistan to serve as Fulbright Specialist during the 2016 spring semester. This project is coordinated by the US embassy in … Read More

Goldstein’s Work in Indonesia

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Dr. Beth Goldstein presented a keynote lecture, “Education and Entrepreneurship: Best Learning from HELM Project at Cenderawasih University,” with colleague Jhon Blesia in November. The keynote was presented at the International Conference of Social Science & Biodiversity of Papua & Papua New Guinea in Jayapura, Indonesia. The topic drew from … Read More

Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation: Talking Research

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The Department of Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation launched a Research Brown Bag Series this fall. The purpose of the series is to provide EPE faculty and graduate students with opportunities to share their research in emergent stages of development and to receive constructive feedback from a multi-disciplinary audience. To … Read More

Leadership presentations in Chicago, San Diego

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Dr. John Nash, along with Dr. Beth Rous and Educational Leadership Studies doctoral student Chithra Adams, delivered four presentations at the annual meeting of the American Evaluation Association in Chicago, Ill., in November. In their presentation, “Developing a Path for Credible Judgment for Clinical Translational Science Programs,” Nash, Rous and … Read More

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