News & Events

    • 23
    • Oct
Students jog in place during classroom movement break. Photo courtesy of FCPS.net. Dr. Alicia Fedewa (Assoc. 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. Dr. Fedewa and her research team (including Drs. Heather Erwin and Elizabeth Fettrow in Kinesiology and Health...
    • 09
    • Oct
Congratulations to Della Mosley (Counseling Psychology doctoral student) and Dr. Candice Crowell (Assistant Professor in Counseling Psychology)! Their program, “Student Led Resistance: Mobilizing for Social Justice Post #Ferguson,” was selected as the winner of the 2015 Stuart C. Tentoni Outstanding Professional Development Program Award. The program was presented at the American Psychological Association Annual meeting last August in Toronto. Dr....
    • 08
    • Oct
She identified him as the man who raped her at knifepoint. He spent more than a decade in prison for a crime he did not commit. Now unlikely friends, Ronald Cotton and Jennifer Thompson-Cannino (pictured 2nd and 3rd from left) were together today in Dickey Hall to talk with graduate students and faculty in the Department of Educational, School,...
    • 06
    • Oct
Katie Hastings, a doctoral student in School Psychology, recently was notified that she has won the Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD) 2015 Anne Rudigier Award. The award committee noted, "this award recognizes an outstanding student demonstrating a commitment to supporting people with developmental disabilities and their families." Katie will attend the AUCD national conference in Washington, DC to...
    • 06
    • Oct
Roberto Abreu, a doctoral student in Counseling Psychology, recently received a KPA Multicultural Student Professional Award to support his research. Congratulations,...