The Counseling Psychology Program has been re-accredited by APA’s Commission on Accreditation for the full 7-years! Our APA accreditation represents our commitment to undergoing the rigors of self-study and extensive peer review to make sure that we provide the highest level of scientist-practitioner training to our doctoral students. (APA-accredited programs … Read More
The September FRED (Fostering Research through Engagement and Dialogue) Talk featured four presentations from EDP students and faculty on topics ranging from self-efficacy to mindfulness and partially nested models (oh my!). Presenters answers audience questions and received formative feedback on their work and presentation style, in a collaborative, friendly environment. We … Read More
Dr. Pam Remer was selected to receive the Lifetime Achievement Heritage Award from Division 35 of APA in recognition of her “important contributions to the development of feminist psychology.” She also received a Presidential Citation from the President of Division 35 that recognizes “her time, experience, expertise, and indefatigable commitment to … Read More
Dr. Candice Crowell, Assistant Professor in Counseling Psychology, was appointed to the American Psychological Association (APA) Council of Representatives. She will represent the Society of Counseling Psychology (SCP) and is the first Early Career Professional to hold this position in SCP’s history. She is also one of only a handful … Read More
Dr. Tom Guskey, Professor in Educational Psychology, recently had an article published in Education Week. Dr. Guskey is a national and international leader in professional development and teacher change, program evaluation, assessment of student learning, grading and reporting, instructional effectiveness, and educational reform.
The School Psychology Specialist (EdS) Program was recently reviewed by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) and received Full Approval (National Recognition). This program has been NASP-Approved since 1989 and affirms the continued tradition of excellent training offered. Congratulations to our School Psychology faculty and students for this well-deserved … Read More