College of Education Statement of Inclusivity
The College of Education has issued a statement of inclusivity to highlight the underlying values of our organization in support of all students, staff, and faculty. These values are predicated on promoting education—in schools, in the workplace, in organizations, and in the community—as a critically important way to achieve social justice and equality of opportunity.
The College of Education’s School Psychology program hosted its 37th annual School Psychology Conference on March 2nd. Nearly 200 students, faculty, and practitioners attended a variety of sessions addressing today’s issues in school psychology.
Amanda Guld Fisher, assistant professor recently co-authored a book that focuses on evidence-based practices in assessment and intervention for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The book was published as part of the Momentum Press Child Clinical Psychology “Nuts and Bolts” Collection.
Sara Goldrick-Rab, professor of higher education policy and sociology discusses why free college is an investment that will pay off in growth and innovation in a recent The Wall Street Journal article.