SEAD Research Group News

  • Congratulations to the SEAD Research Group for having six proposals accepted by NASP!
  • Welcome Shannon Ryan to the SEAD Research Group!
  • Congratulations to Devlina Roy for matching with the School at Columbia University through the APPIC predoctoral internship site match! ¬†She will be completing her yearlong internship in New York City during the 2017-2018 school year!
  • Congratulations to Brittney Williams for being selected as one of three winners by Pearson for her proposal ” “Factor structure of the Bayley III-Social Emotional Scale Across Eight International Sites”!
  • Congratulations to Paul Jones for successfully defending his dissertation and receiving his doctorate in School Psychology from Temple University, after submitting his dissertation Evaluating the Relationship Between Minority Stress and Working Memory: the Influence of Psychological Distress and Identity Valence.
  • Congratulations to Brittney Williams for her Graduate Teaching Assistantship!
  • Congratulations to Brittney Williams for being selected to lead a statistical training workshop for the MAL-ED Research Group in Arusha, Tanzania!
  • Congratulation to Brittney Williams for being selected as a Psychology Extern for Managment of ADHD at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia!
  • Congratulations to Paul Jones on his match to an APA-accredited internship at the Cleveland Clinic!
  • Congratulations to everyone for their APA 2016 proposal acceptances!
  • Congratulations to everyone for their NASP 2016 proposal acceptances!
  • Congratulations to Ji-Young Yoon on her match to a competitive, APA-accredited internship at The School at Columbia University. We will miss you, and we wish you the best in your internship and beyond
  • Three students from the SEAD research group (Josh Boden, Ji-Young Yoon, and Denae Sisco), as well as Dr. Pendergast, presented at the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) convention in Washington, DC this year. Great job everyone!
  • Dr. Pendergast was awarded the Pearson/TSP Early Career Scholarship at the Trainers of School Psychologists Conference in Washington, DC.