School Psychologist Student Amy Shatila named Outstanding Graduate Student for the College of Education

Amy ShatilaWhen presented with new opportunities to advance her learning beyond the basic requirements, Amy consistently takes advantage of these options. For example, when I told my students that I was interested in presenting some multicultural research at a national conference, Amy volunteered to co-present with some other students. This enthusiasm has resulted in an extraordinary number of presentations and publications for a specialist-level student:

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School Psychology Program Receives ISPA Accreditation

CLAS is happy to announce that the School Psychology program has received a new accreditation from the International School Psychology Association (ISPA). This five year accreditation is in addition to the program’s Full Approval-National Recognition by the National Association of School Psychologists. The new accreditation positions the program well internationally. Congratulations to the faculty on this achievement!

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Congrats to our CLAS Colleagues for Receiving 2016 Presidential Distinction or College Achievement Awards

Presidential Distinction Awardees:


Associate Professor/Professor: Clarena Larrotta

Assistant Professor: Barry Aidman


Associate Professor/Professor: Joellen Coryell

Lecturer/Assistant Professor: Melissa Martinez

College Achievement Awardees:


Lecturer/Assistant Professor: Paige Haber-Curran

Lecturer/Assistant Professor: Desiree Vega