Faculty in the Graduate School of Education and Counseling are expert practitioners in their field, engaging and energetic instructors, and committed scholars. They are recognized as dedicated activists and innovators.
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Our Faculty in the News
A professor’s research shows some students equate achievement and success with cheating.
Traditional grading methods, including giving zeros for late assignments and the 0 to 100 grade scale, can harm disadvantaged students enrolled in public schools throughout the nation. In a response to a question about grading in Parade Magazine’s “Ask Marilyn” column, Assistant Professor Kasi Allen argues for a new approaches that reward real learning.
Professor Delishia Pittman’s recent scholarship furthers discussions of race, gender, and diversity in psychological study.
Professor Tod Sloan’s OcuPsy project brings together scholars, practitioners, and activists to understand the Occupy movement.
MIT Press has published a volume on connecting with wild nature, edited by Patricia Hasbach, a faculty member in the ecopsychology certificate program.
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