Elizabeth Danielson visit

Friday, Sept. 27 | 2 p.m. & 3 p.m. | BR 162 Dr. Elizabeth Danielson, former Psychology and School Psychology professor and Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs, will be on campus on Friday, September 27. After leaving MSUM in the mid-1990s, Elizabeth served as Dean (academic vice president) at Concordia College before moving to Arizona where she was coordinator […]

Dr. Stewart, School Psychology graduate students attend ND MTSS conference

Dr. Lisa Stewart, School Psychology/Psychology, presented two sessions and 13 School Psychology graduate students volunteered at the ninth annual North Dakota MultiTiered Systems of Support conference on June 10, 11, and 12 in Fargo. Dr. Stewart’s sessions were titled “Accommodations, Modifications & Interventions: Untangling Terms and Clarifying Roles” and “How to Select Evidence-Based Interventions.” Over 400 educators from across North Dakota and northwest […]

Dr. Stewart publishes article on read alouds in young children

Dr. Lisa H. Stewart is a member of the School Psychology faculty and published the article “Joyful Learning with Stories: Making the Most of Read Alouds” with co-authors Kathleen Horst and Susan True in the March 2019 National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) journal Young Children. The article outlines best practices in implementing Repeated Read Alouds in […]

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. […]