Departmental News

  • Congratulations to Xi Chen who won the best paper at the COE research forum.
    We are happy to announce that Xi Chen, an Educational Psychology doctoral student, won the best paper award at the 10th College of Education Forum. Congratulations Xi on this great accomplishment!
  • Chathuri Illapperuma is the recipient of the Sandra Davenport Fellowship
    Congratulations to Chathuri Illapperuma, a doctoral student in School Psychology, for receiving the Sandra Davenport Fellowship at the upcoming International CHARGE Syndrome conference in July!
  • Antario Knight is this year's recipient of the Minority Fellowship Program Services For Transition Age Youth (STAY)
    It is our great honor to announce that Antario Knight, a doctoral student in School Psychology, is this year recipient of the Minority Fellowship Program Services For Transition Age Youth (STAY) fellowship, awarded by the American Psychological Association (APA). Congratulations Antario on this great accomplishment.
  • Congratulations Kaitlyn May
    We are happy to announce that Kaitlyn May, an undergraduate Educational Psychology student, received the third place award for the Undergraduate Research Symposium Three Minute Competition. Kaitlyn's thesis was entitled "Media Multitasking in Relationship with Cognition and Socioemotional Well-being: A Literature Review." Kaitlyn worked under the supervision of Dr. Anastasia Elder, Professor of Educational Psychology. Congratulations Kaitlyn on this great accomplishment.
  • Kasee Stratton, Assistant Professor of School Psychology making quite a difference in helping students with CHARGE Syndrome
    http://www.msstate.edu/videos/2016/07/charge/

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