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Listed is a sampling of research done by faculty and students. Each semester the department hosts a Graduate Brown Bag Lunch Discussion for students. This is an opportunity for students to gather and discuss dissertation topics, research, and current issues around psychology.

PsyD Candidate, Megan Scroger, Presents at International Conference!

Professor Bascoe and PSYD Students Present at CAPS Conference!

Published Dissertations 

​For a complete listing of published dissertations click here.

Fall 2023 Lunch Discussion Schedule

Friday, September 8th - Dr. Daniella Appiagyei
When Helping Hurts: Burnout and Self-Care

Friday, October 6th - Casey Griffin
Use of a Single Session Growth Mindset Intervention to Improve Academic Motivation Among Fifth Grade Students

Friday, October 20th - Sarah Harper
Utilizing a nationally representative sample (n=14k) to look at how parenting styles, attachment security, racial identity, and SES interact to predict adolescent outcomes in depression, suicidal ideation, school performance, and drug use.

Friday, November 3rd - Tara Howard
Descriptive Analysis of a Mindfulness Program Among High School Students in Special Education

Friday, November 17th - Adele Bovard
Creating a Culture of Care in Schools

Friday, December 1st - Dr. Brianna Diaz
Multicultural and Inclusive Services

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School Psychology, M.S. - Our Masters in School Psychology program prepares students to evaluate, diagnose, and treat children and adolescents, in consultation with parents and teachers.
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