Check out the Spring 2018 Edition of the EPC Newsletter.
Jennifer Ann Morrow, associate professor, co-authored a national report titled The Assessment Profession in Higher Education: Addressing the Varied Professional Development Needs of Practitioners. “I am very grateful for the support of my UT and AALHE colleagues who encourage my […]
Five School Psychology PhD candidates – Kendall B. Hauck , Pete Ignacio, Maya Mingo, Kala Taylor and Victoria VanMaaren – were matched with APA-accredited internships.
One faculty member and three students from the Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling were recognized at the Chancellor’s Honors Banquet on April 17, 2018.
Marlon Johnson, doctoral student in Counselor Education, was one of 23 chosen for the National Board for Certified Counselors Minority Fellowship Program (NBCC MFP) and has received an award of $20,000 to support his education, and facilitate his service to underserved minority populations.
Stracee Jones Robinson earned an MS in educational psychology with the Applied Educational Psychology program in 2015. She is originally from, and currently lives in, Chattanooga, TN. We asked her to reflect on past experiences with EPC and discuss where she’s at now. Read her responses below.
Jeffrey A. Russell is currently seeking his PhD in educational psychology and research with the Adult Learning program. Originally from Maryville, TN, he graduated with his BS and a Post-Bacc. from Middle Tennessee State University and earned an MS in English with a writing emphasis from Belmont University. In 2012, he joined Adult Learning at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. We asked him to reflect on some past and current experiences. Read his responses below.
Kala Lane Hamilton Taylor is currently seeking her PhD with the School Psychology program. Originally from Asheville, NC, she received her BS in psychology at Millsaps College and earned an MS with the Applied Educational Psychology program here at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She joined School Psychology in 2014. We asked her to reflect on some past and current experiences. Read her responses below.