Erin Mehalic Burr earned a PhD in educational psychology and research with a concentration in evaluation and assessment (now known as the Evaluation, Statistics, and Measurement program) in 2009. She is originally from Surray, VA and currently lives in Knoxville, TN. We asked her to reflect on past experiences with EPC and discuss where she’s at now. Read her responses below.
Eighteen members of EPC were commended at the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences Faculty and Staff Recognition Ceremony on April 27, 2017. Read about their awards and accomplishments below.
Four faculty members and two doctoral students from the Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling were recognized at the Chancellor’s Honors Banquet on April 19, 2017.
Louis Rocconi, assistant professor, won the UT Student Government Association (SGA) Open Education Award at a ceremony co-hosted with University Libraries.
Associate professor, Lisa Yamagata-Lynch, was selected as one of two Office of Information Technology (OIT) Faculty Fellows for the 2016-17 academic year. We asked her about her experiences so far, and her plans for the future. Read her responses below.
Amanda Dascomb, PhD candidate in the Learning Environments and Educational Studies (LEEDS) program, won first place for her research poster presentation at the 2017 Global Experiences Conference – an event co-sponsored by the UT Honors and Scholars programs.
Adult Education Sue is currently seeking her MS in educational psychology with the Adult Education program. Originally from Chattanooga, TN, she received her BS in business administration with a concentration in accounting at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC). […]
Jessica Nelson, master’s student in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program, was awarded the National Association of Junior Auxiliaries (NAJA) Graduate Scholarship. Initiated in 1962, the NAJA Graduate Scholarship Program has awarded over 5o0 grants totaling over a million dollars […]
The Upsilon Theta Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota (CSI), is the 2017 recipient of the CSI Outstanding Individual Program Award for its engagement with the Odd Fellows Cemetery Project. This award honors a chapter program that provides outstanding community service […]
Steven Frye earned a PhD in educational psychology and research with a concentration in the Adult Learning (formerly Adult Education) program in 2007. He is originally from Altoona, PA and currently lives in Cookeville, TN. We asked him to reflect on past experiences with EPC and discuss where he’s at now. Read his responses below.