At the Department of Educational Psychology we:
•emphasize the application of behavioral sciences to educational and psychological
•are committed to training students in the knowledge of education and psychology so
that you can serve the educational and psychological needs of the state and national
JOB OPENINGS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (Clinical)
The Counseling and Counseling Psychology (CCP) Program invites applications for an Assistant Professor (Clinical) position. This will be a full-time, non-tenure track (career line faculty), renewable, 9-month appointment (16 August 2019 – 15 May 2020) in the Counseling and Counseling Psychology (CCP) Program within the Department of Educational Psychology in the College of Education.Find out more about this opening >>
Eric Poitras receives Early Career Researcher Award
Congratulations to Eric, Assistant Professor in the Instructional Design and Educational Technology Program for this AERA SIG Technology, Instruction, Cognition & Learning award!
New publications by Aaron Fischer and Keith Radley
Dr.'s Fischer and Radley in the School Psychology division of Ed Psych have each edited new books dealing with the ways in which technology and evidence-based strategies can address student behavior in the classroom.
Aaron Fischer is the recipient of the Dee Endowed Professorship in School Psychology
Congratulations to Aaron Fischer, Assistant Professor in School Psychology, This is the first endowed professorship in the College. It is made possible by a generous donation from the Candace and Tim Dee family.
NSF Funds College of Education and NHMU to Develop Online Learning Environment
Principal investigators Kirsten Butcher, Mitch Power, and Madlyn Runburg will lead an interdisciplinary team of educational researchers, museum educators, and scientists who will combine their expertise to develop curriculum for middle school students which will emphasize a major disciplinary core idea in life sciences — Ecosystems: Interactions, Energy, and Dynamics.