Psychology faculty and students presented Expanding Your Horizons workshops

Psychology faculty and students presented Expanding Your Horizons workshops on April 12, 2014. Peg Potter and graduate student Hannah Korcuska presented “A-Mazing Experience” using finger mazes to demonstrate how psychologists study learning conditions. Melissa Schultz and students Sara Rundlett and Kari Johnson presented “Why Ask Questions?” and explored the importance and difficulty of good communication and why you should ask […]

School Psychology faculty present poster on iPad initiative

Dr. Peg Potter and Dr. Lisa Stewart presented a poster on the MSUM School Psychology iPad initiative titled “iPad Use in a School Psychology Graduate Program” at the Trainers of School Psychologists conference held concurrently with the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) conference in Washington, DC February 17-21. The NASP webmaster expressed interest in the initiative. He followed up […]

School psychology students present, lobby in Washington, D.C.

School psychology faculty members Lisa Stewart and Peg Potter and graduate students David Gano, Hannah Korcuska and Kelli McGovern recently attended the annual conference of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) in Washington, D.C. Gano, McGovern, and Stewart were part of a symposium, “Incremental Rehearsal: Effective and Efficient Research-Based Memory Interventions” where Gano and McGovern presented the results of […]

October is Combined Charities Campaign month

Governor Dayton proclaims October 2013, “MINNESOTA COMBINED CHARITIES CAMPAIGN MONTH”! Contributions to this campaign from state employees help bring hope for a brighter future to thousands of individuals each year. This annual campaign is important for charities in Minnesota and neighboring communities. Please consider making your donation today. Together we can make a difference because we care, we give.