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Alicia Fedewa, Ph.D.

Program Chair of School Psychology
Department of Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology
170J Taylor Education Building
(859) 257-9338

Dr. Fedewa received her PhD from Michigan State University and completed her pre-doctoral training in School Psychology at Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District outside of Houston, Texas. Her research interests include the relationship between curricular physical activity and children’s academic, behavioral, and mental health outcomes. Dr. Fedewa currently teaches the following courses: Introduction to Psychological Services in Schools, Psychoeducational Consultation in the Schools, Social Aspects of Behavior, and Legal/Ethical Issues in School Psychology.

Dr. Fedewa currently serves on the editorial board for the Journal of School Psychology, School Psychology Review, the Journal of GLBT Family Studies and has served as guest editor for School Psychology International. Please contact Dr. Fedewa if you have questions related to the School Psychology EdS or PhD programs.

CV – (PDF)

Research categories: Mental Health, School PsychologyAcademic AchievementPhysical Activity