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

Students to conduct panel at 2015 Appalachian Research Symposium

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Educational psychology graduate students and undergraduate members of the P20 Motivation and Learning Lab led by Dr. Ellen Usher will be presenting research papers on a panel at the upcoming UK Appalachian Research Symposium and Arts Showcase. The panel, entitled “Exploring Contextual Influences on Students’ Educational Beliefs in an Eastern Kentucky School … Read More

Pam Remer nominated for Sarah Bennett Holmes Award

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Congratulations to Dr. Pam Remer who was nominated by MiKeiya Morrow and other students for the Sarah Bennett Holmes Award. Very much deserved! Here is an overview of the Award: The Women’s Forum annually recognizes outstanding female faculty and staff who are working at the University, and who have consistently … Read More

Drs. Tom Prout and Alicia Fedewa co-edit new textbook

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Dr. Tom Prout (emeritus faculty, School Psychology) and Dr. Alicia Fedewa (Associate Professor, School Psychology) have co-edited a textbook that was just released by Wiley. Counseling and Psychotherapy with Children and Adolescents: Theory and Practice for School and Clinical Settings is in its 5th edition, which means it is a staple … Read More