EDP co-hosts visit by Dr. Richard Mayer, Distinguished Professor of Psychology at USCB

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The Department of Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology is excited to cosponsor Dr. Richard Mayer who will meet with graduate students prior to delivering a campus-wide address next Tuesday, September 12, entitled, “Designing Multimedia Instruction to Maximize Learning Online and Beyond.” The talk will take place in Woodward Hall (Room 307) of … Read More

Dr. Hargons’ BLM Meditation Featured on Huffington Post

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Dr. Hargons’ (formerly Crowell) Black Lives Matter mindfulness meditation was featured in a Huffington Post article this week. An excerpt: Another unarmed black person ― this time a 15-year-old in Texas ― was killed this weekend by a police officer. When incidents like this occur, they can lead black Americans to … Read More

EDP Student Awarded Research Grant from the UK Office of LGBTQ* Resources

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EDP counseling psychology doctoral student, Holly Brown, has been named a recipient of UK’s inaugural Graduate and Professional Student LGBTQ* Research Grants! Given as a partnership between the Office of LGBTQ* Resources and the Graduate School, these awards seek to promote promising young scholarship at the University that asks important questions related to … Read More

EDP Student Awarded APA’s STAY Fellowship

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Robbie Luten, a first-year counseling psychology MS student, has won the American Psychological Association STAY Fellowship. This program provides funding and training on issues related to transition aged youth: http://www.apa.org/pi/mfp/psychology/stay/ She is the second UK student to win this award! Congrats Robbie!

Dr. Sherry Rostosky Interviewed by APA Books

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Dr. Sherry Rostosky, Professor in Counseling Psychology, was recently interviewed along with Dr. Ellen Riggle, Professor in Gender and Women’s Studies and Political Science, by APA Books. Drs. Rostosky and Riggle co-authored Happy Together: Thriving as a Same-Sex Couple in Your Family, Workplace, and Community, a book published by APA … Read More

SASP Awarded Multicultural Inclusion Grant

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Congratulations to the School Psychology program’s student association, Student Affiliates in School Psychology (SASP), who applied for and received a a university wide grant – the Multicultural Inclusion Grant. This grant is funded by UK’s student government;  the grant monies will support SASP’s campus wide events “The R Word Is … Read More

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