UK Counseling Psychology students and faculty were leaders and participants in the Solidarity March for Black Lives, which took place in Denver, CO at the 2016 American Psychological Association Convention. Watch them in action in this video of the March and in photos of the March (scroll down).
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
Dr. Pam Remer, an Emeritus faculty member in Counseling Psychology, has been elected to serve as a member of the American Psychological Association’s Council of Representatives. She will represent Division 35 (Society for the Psychology of Women), a division for which she has also served as President.
Dr. Tom Guskey, professor in Educational Psychology, was recently interviewed by the Chicago Tribune regarding the issue of report cards and standards-based evaluations. Please click on the link below to read: http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/ct-middle-school-grades-met-20160601-story.html