Departmental News

  • Dr. Stratton honored with an award by the CHARGE Syndrome Foundation
    Congratulations to Dr. Kasee Stratton who was recently presented with a special recognition award by the CHARGE Syndrome Foundation, Inc. The award was presented to Dr. Stratton in recognition of her significant contributions to those with CHARGE Syndrome and her various contributions to the CHARGE Syndrome Foundation.
  • Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Foundations New Graduate Student Orientation this Friday
    This week we welcome the new cohort of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and School Psychology master's, specialists, and doctoral students! If you are a new graduate student in the department, please join Dr. Morse and faculty on Friday, August 14 at 12 p.m. for New Graduate Student Orientation in the Swalm Chemical Engineering Building (Swalm Auditorium). We look forward to meeting you and kicking off the 2015-2016 academic year
  • Dr. Heiselt Farewell Party
    Congratulations to Dr. Heiselt, who will be taking a new job with the University of Nevada Medical School at the end of July. Please join us to bid her farewell and celebrate her new adventure on July 21 from 1pm - 3 pm in Allen 510. We look forward to seeing you.
  • Hailey Ripple, School Psychology Doctoral Student, Receives 2015 Sandra Davenport CHARGE Syndrome Fellowship
    Congratulations to Hailey Ripple, first year doctoral student in School Psychology, who has been named recipient of the 2015 Sandra Davenport CHARGE Syndrome Fellowship by the CHARGE Syndrome Foundation.
  • Educational Psychology Doctoral Students Smith and Butts Featured in MSU News
    School Psychology Doctoral Students, Hallie M. Smith and Molly M. Butts, were featured in Mississippi State news for their work with the Autism and Developmental Disabilities Clinic. See the full article at ttp://

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