School Psychology News

Active-duty service members' children to benefit from new partnership

Jan 29, 2019

In conjunction with the Clearinghouse for Military Family Readiness, Cristin Hall, assistant professor of education (school psychology), has partnered with the U.S. Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) to revise policies, procedures and training to better address social-emotional and behavioral threats among students. Active-duty service members' children to benefit from new partnership - Read More…

Around the College: August 1, 2018

Around the College: August 1, 2018

Jul 31, 2018

Students, staff and faculty members from Penn State's College of Education share recent research and career achievements. Around the College: August 1, 2018 - Read More…

C.A.R.E. Fair offers job opportunities that make a difference

Feb 16, 2018

Penn State students have the opportunity to find a career path that makes a difference at the Penn State C.A.R.E. Fair, to be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 22, in the Alumni Hall at the HUB–Robeson Center. C.A.R.E. Fair offers job opportunities that make a difference - Read More…

New project serves military families affected by autism

New project serves military families affected by autism

Apr 10, 2017

TeleConsult, a three-tier, collaborative program in the College of Education, provides guidance and information for military families regarding their child’s autism diagnosis. New project serves military families affected by autism - Read More…

Study examines education professionals' use of Pinterest

Study examines education professionals' use of Pinterest

Feb 02, 2017

Assistant Professor of School Psychology Cristin Hall leads a study investigating the "pinning" behaviors of school psychologists and the quality of the content they are sharing. Study examines education professionals' use of Pinterest - Read More…

Mobile Clinic trains students, helps local schools

Mobile Clinic trains students, helps local schools

Apr 11, 2016

Mobile Clinic, a unique training program in the Penn State College of Education's school psychology program, takes fourth-year doctoral students into local schools where they get hands-on experience in the role of a school psychologist. Mobile Clinic trains students, helps local schools - Read More…

Unique CEDAR Clinic serves dual purpose for students

Unique CEDAR Clinic serves dual purpose for students

Jan 20, 2016

CEDAR Clinic provides long-term counseling services to Penn State's undergraduate students while simultaneously training future counselors and counselor supervisors. Unique CEDAR Clinic serves dual purpose for students - Read More…

Penn State team develops simulator to train teachers to deal with bullies

Dec 12, 2014

Bullying has become an epidemic. Jennifer Frank, a Penn State assistant professor, wants to help change that with a new artificial intelligence (AI) simulator. Penn State team develops simulator to train teachers to deal with bullies - Read More…

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