January 2022 Alumni News

January 25, 2022

Cecil headshotBen Cecil (Higher Ed. M.S. '15), who is currently a Graduate Research Associate with ACEducation and a Ph.D. candidate at The University of Georgia's Louise McBee Institute of Higher Education, will be a featured speaker for the FSU Higher Education Student Affairs Leadership course. He will discuss the topic of administration and governance in higher education. 


College of Education’s Best Reads of 2021

Winter break is one of the best times to sit down and escape with a book that resonates with you. Free from the distractions of the semester, you can finally snuggle up with a good book and give it your full attention. 

Every year, we ask our faculty and staff to let us in on some of their favorite reads of the year. This year, we have submissions ranging from sci-fi to history to fiction. Check out the recommendations below to see why our staff and faculty chose each book. You might find a new favorite!

Program Spotlight: School Psychology

Students—whether they be impressionable second graders or young adults plagued with senioritis—are susceptible to encountering problems that can impact their ability to learn. Not only do social relationships, decision-making and school-related stress have potential to cause problems for students, but any number of problems can exist outside of the classroom and impede student success.