February 2022 Student News

February 28, 2022

Emily StoverEmily Stover, a 2nd Year Ph.D. student in Special Education, has been selected as a 2022-2023 DEI Liaison for DADD. DADD recognizes the need to pay attention to factors of racial/ethnic injustice, disability injustice, and accessibility that negatively impact its members’ lives.





February 24, 2022

KellemanAlex Kelleman (Elementary Education B.S. ’08) was featured in an article by the Herald Tribune. The piece highlighted her ability to make children in the classroom laugh while maintaining a safe, educational environment. 






February 22, 2022



 All 10 students in our Counseling Psychology & School Psychology combined PhD program who applied for national match this year did match during the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC) Match Phase 1. Congratulations to the following students:

  • Arizona Chin
  • Dowon Choi
  • Daniel Alan Crutchfield
  • Kelly Dillon
  • Jungyeong Heo
  • James Howell
  • Sonya Kaminski
  • Cara Knoeppel
  • Michael Morgan
  • Tyler Wood


More information about APPIC’s match statistics is available at https://appic.org/Internships/Match/Match-Statistics/Match-Statistics-2022-Phase-I.  

February 14, 2022

Addie McConomyAddie McConomy, a doctoral student in special education, co-authored a publication from an Early Career research grant. The article, "Teacher-implemented modified schema-based instruction with middle-grades students with autism and intellectual disability" was also authored by Dr. Jenny Root and Dr. Sarah Cox (Special Education PhD '19).




February 10, 2022

Malaya Monk headshotMalaya Monk, Ed.S and Doctoral student in the combined Counseling and School Psychology Program will be presenting at this year's NASP (National Association of School Psychologists) Conference. Her presentation, which will also feature Dr. Kathleen Krach, will discuss aggressive behavior and how school psychologists can develop different interventions.