Graduate students Ashley Kuchar, Oliver Davidson, Marissa Know, and Phoebe Long have been chosen to participate in Cortona – an exclusive, week-long workshop in Italy.
Associate Professor Marie-Anne Suizzo has received a $50,000 grant from the Spencer Foundation.
Executive Vice President and Provost Maurie McInnis has appointed Tasha Beretvas senior vice provost for faculty affairs. Her appointment begins June 1.
The Houston Chronicle discusses Educational Psychology Professor Ricardo Ainslie's film "The Mark of War."
Educational Psychology Professor Diane Schallert explains how requiring students to learn cursive can help grow their comprehension skills in a recent interview with WCNC.
Krueger, Cokley, and Bailey: Why Lebron James’ I Promise School Should Not Shy Away from Issues of Race
In an Interview with the New York Times, Educational Psychology Associate Professor Kristin Neff recommends being kind to ourselves this Valentine's Day.
Christopher McCarthy: Teacher strikes target salaries, but promoting wellness and fighting stress are the real issues
Professor Chris McCarthy explains that "if we really want the best educational environment for our students, we need more investment in the occupational health of teachers," in a recent op-ed for The Hill.
Educational Psychology Professor Ricardo Ainslie has been selected to receive the inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award from NMCS for 25 years of service in Texas and Mexico communities.
Counseling Psychology doctoral student Andrew Arriaga will work to build healthier and more equitable communities as a Health Policy Research Scholar.
Associate Professors Delida Sanchez and Sarah Powell have received a combined $150,000 in fundings for upcoming interdisciplinary research
Educational Psychology Professor Stephanie Cawthon explains that "deaf people have unique experiences and perspectives that can benefit and be of value to an inclusive, hearing-dominant society" in an op-ed for The Hill.
Kevin Cokley in CBS News: What is Impostor Syndrome? Michelle Obama says she has it, and 'It Doesn't Go Away'
Professor Christopher Brown discusses how highly regimented kindergarten is diminishing children's sense of wonder in an op-ed for Psychology Today.
College of Education faculty and student part of the winning teams for the Africa, East Asia, and Latin American regions of the President's Award for Global Learning.
For more than 10 years, Ricardo Ainslie has been interviewing seven Vietnam War veterans from Central Texas to better understand their lives before, during, and long after the war.
Two faculty members from the College of Education, Kevin Cokley and Soyoung Park, are part of the winning teams for the Africa and East Asia regions of the President's Award for Global Learning.