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Kendeou participates in Forum of Experts at 2023 Nobel Prize Summit

Panayiota (Pani) Kendeou, Distinguished McKnight University Professor and co-director of the Learning Informatics Lab, was invited to participate in the 2023 Nobel Prize Summit. The three-day Summit took place May 24-26 in Washington D.C. and brought together Nobel Prize laureates, scientists, and industry leaders for talks and panel discussions. Dr. Kendeou is part of a […]

Tai Do, PhD student, awarded CEHD GAGE Dissertation Completion Fellowship

Tai Do, a doctoral student in the Department of Educational Psychology’s psychological foundations of education program, has been awarded the College of Education and Human Development’s GAGE Dissertation Completion Fellowship. This award includes a stipend of $30,000 to cover the cost of tuition. Do has also received the University-wide 2023 President’s Student Leadership & Service Award (PSLSA). […]

Kendeou Furthers Media Literacy Efforts in Spain

Panayiota (Pani) Kendeou, Distinguished McKnight University Professor in the Department of Educational Psychology and co-director of the Learning Informatics Lab, was invited to present on Misinformation, Disinformation, and Fake News in Education to primary and secondary teachers in Galicia, Spain. The talk was delivered via Zoom and YouTube on May 11 and was organized by […]

EdPsych postdoc Hwang featured on podcast

Dr. HyeJin Hwang, a President’s Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Educational Psychology, was interviewed recently on the podcast To the Classroom. The podcast, hosted by teacher and instructional consultant Jennifer Serravallo, aims to take research on literacy education and bring it directly to educators. In the episode, HyeJin discusses knowledge and reading comprehension, including […]

Faith Miller and Amanda Sullivan receive $5.3 million grant in support of youth mental health

Faith Miller, an associate professor in the Department of Educational Psychology, and Professor Amanda Sullivan recently received a $5.3 million grant over five years from the U.S. Department of Education Mental Health Service Provider Demonstration Grant Competition. The grant is for “Project LIME: Leading Improvements in Mental-health and Equity.” The goal of the project is […]

QME recognizes students in year end celebration

Students in the Department of Educational Psychology’s quantitative methods in education (QME) program were recognized for their contributions to the program during the 2022-23 academic year. PhD student award winners included: Congratulations to all of our QME faculty, staff, and students on an excellent year!

Ed Psych Professor Contributes to Media Literacy Efforts in Brazil

Panayiota (Pani) Kendeou, Distinguished McKnight University Professor and Co-Director of the Learning Informatics Lab, was invited to present on Misinformation and Media Literacy to 150 high school students at the Catholic University of Pernambuco (UNICAP) in Brazil. The talk, delivered via Zoom, was part of a project funded by the U.S. Consulate General in Recife […]

Special Education and Educational Psychology rank eighth and 11th on U.S. News & World Report’s best graduate schools list

The Department of Educational Psychology once again had a strong showing on the 2023-24 U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate School annual rankings. These rankings continue a history of strong showings for the department, with special education named the eighth-best in the nation, while educational psychology was listed in 11th place. Specialty program rankings are based on nominations by […]

Anne Foegen named new chair of Educational Psychology

CEHD is pleased to announce that Anne Foegen has been named the new chair of the Department of Educational Psychology. Foegen is no stranger to the department, having received her PhD in educational psychology here in 1995.  “We are so excited to bring Anne back to educational psychology,” said Dean Michael C. Rodriguez. “With an […]

Corissa Rohloff, Ph.D. student in Ed Psych, awarded Russell W. Burris Memorial Fellowship

Corissa Rohloff, Ph.D. candidate in the quantitative methods in education (QME) program in the Department of Educational Psychology, has been awarded the Russell W. Burris Memorial Fellowship. This fellowship is awarded to students in Educational Psychology who demonstrate outstanding academic merit. Corissa is working with Dr. Nidhi Kohli and her research interest is in model fit […]