School Psychology students, faculty attend national conference

Nine School Psychology program graduate students, along with Dr. Mary Dosch and Dr. Peg Potter attended the National Association of School Psychologists annual conference in Atlanta. Second year student Ashley Doll did a verbal presentation based on her master’s thesis which looked at the use of eye-tracking technology as a possible early assessment procedure for identifying autism in preschool children. […]

2019 Andrew B. Conteh Student Academic Conference presenter profiles

MSUM’s Andrew B. Conteh Student Academic Conference (SAC) provides student researchers with an opportunity to present their work to faculty, administration, peers and the community in a formal academic setting. Since its inception, the SAC has grown exponentially and continues to be one of the most anticipated events of the spring semester. The 21st Annual Andrew B. Conteh Student Academic […]

School Psychology graduate students, faculty attend conference

All 19 on-campus School Psychology Program graduate students, along with three third year interns and Dr. Olivia Melroe, Dr. Lisa Stewart and Dr. Peg Potter, recently attended the Minnesota School Psychologists Association Midwinter Conference in the Twin Cities. Second year students Adam Kessler, Grant Fodness, Sarah Bernhardt, Emily Dilliard and Ashley Doll presented posters based on their Master’s degree projects/thesis. […]

Doll to present thesis project at national convention

School Psychology graduate student Ashley Doll will be presenting her thesis project “:Eye Tracking: A Potential Screening Tool for Autism Spectrum Disorder” at the National School Psychology Association 2019 Annual Convention in February in Atlanta. Ashley has been working on this project with faculty mentors Lisa Nawrot (Psych) and Rachel Stotts (SLHS). Ashley plans to complete her Masters degree in […]