Lesley Hammers was elected to the Society of Scholars
Lesley Hammers, one of our EPY majors, was elected to the Society of Scholars on April 2, 2013. This is a very high honor, and we have had very few, if any, ever elected. Congratulations, Lesley!
Dr. Ansley Abraham lecture
If you are available on Monday, April 1, at 2:00, check out Dr. Ansley Abraham,from the Southern Regional Education Board! He will discuss "20 Years of Success and Progress: SREB-State Doctoral Scholars Program" This an amazing opportunity to hear from Dr. Abraham...you don't want to miss out! Time: Monday, April 1, 2013 2:00 pm Location: Colvard Student Union Fowlkes Auditorium Cost: Free
Graduate Student Research Symposium
The Graduate Student Association (GSA), in collaboration with the Office of the Graduate School (OGS), is proud to carry on the tradition of providing students with the opportunity to showcase their research accomplishments on the MSU campus by sponsoring the 11th annual Graduate Student Research Symposium (GSRS). This year the GSRS will be held on Saturday, March 23, 2013, in the McCool Hall Atrium and adjacent classrooms from 8:30 am to 1:00 pm. The symposium, which is open to the entire Mississippi State University community, provides graduate students an opportunity to present their research and innovative ideas to a broad and diverse audience. GSRS presenters must be registered, full-time MSU graduate students who are conducting thesis dissertation research, and in good academic standing at the time of abstract submission. Selected participates will receive monetary awards in two categories; Applied Research (Oral and Poster Presentation) and Innovative Idea (Oral and Poster Presentation). These awards will be presented to the recipients at the GSA Annual Awards Banquet, 5:30 p.m. on April 3, 2013 at the Hunter Henry Alumni Building. MSU graduate students who would like to present at the 11th Annual GSRS should complete and send the Registration/Abstract Submission form (http://www.grad.msstate.edu/current/orgs/gsa/) to Roseanne Ellison Scammahorn, GSRS program chair, email@example.com: There is no cost to participate. THE REGISTRATION/ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE IS MARCH 16th. First, a $200 award, and Second, a $100 award, will be recognized in each of the following categories: Applied Research Poster Presentation Applied Research Oral Presentation Innovative Idea Poster Presentation Innovative Idea Oral Presentations CONTACT INFORMATION Questions may be directed to the Graduate Student Association www.grad.msstate.edu/current/orgs/gsa/) GSA President, Thomas Sellers (firstname.lastname@example.org) or GSRS Chair, Roseanne Scammahorn (email@example.com)
Chi Sigma Iota International Honor Society Membership Application
A counseling academic & professional honor society, Chi Sigma Iota International Honor Society Mu Sigma Upsilon Chapter, is accepting spring 2013 membership application. Membership applications received by March 1 will be initiated at the April 1st in the CSI Spring Banquet. Applications are completed online at: http://www.csi-net.org/. Any questions please contact Chapter Faculty Advisor, Dr. Rebecca Goldberg, at 662.325.7925 or RGoldberg@colled.msstate.edu, or Chapter Student President, Roseanne Scammahorn, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eat Wings! Raise Funds!
Buffalo Wild Wings is partnering with Project Impact at the T.K. Martin Center, to help them raise funds to meet their financial needs. BWW will donate 10% of all pre-taxed food sales from any guest that presents the fundraising ticket (in the attachment) on every 3rd Thursday between 5-11pm, starting February 21st, until May. Project Impact is an early intervention project that began in the Fall of 1999 with funding provided through the Mississippi Department of Health. They use a family friendly approach involving both parents and caregivers as essential participants in the evaluation, intervention, and follow-through. The program is based on a team approach consisting of administrators, speech therapists, occupational therapists, and special education teachers. Children between the ages of birth and three who live in any of the ten counties encompassed by Health District IV may qualify for the program. In addition, any child between the ages of birth and five, meeting the eligibility requirement for special education services through the Mississippi State Department of Education, may receive services through this program. Please come out to Buffalo Wild Wings every 3rd Thursday between 5-11pm, starting February 21st until the 3rd Thursday in May, to support Project Impact and their mission to insure Mississippi Parents and Children Tomorrows. Don't forget to show your voucher when you go to BWW, they will accept a paper or electronic copy.
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Welcome to Counseling and Educational Psychology
I want to thank you for visiting the Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology (CEP)'s website at the College of Education, Mississippi State University.
The Department's faculty, staff and I appreciated your interest to know what our programs can offer you with respect to your educational plans and future career endeavors. At CEP, we are proud of our renowned faculty, dedicated staff, robust partnerships and successful alumni, and of our students, who emerge from our programs enriched in theory and practice and become agents of change in the education, counseling, school and educational psychology fields.
We are dedicated to our firm belief to lead innovation through teaching and learning. Our philosophy is to work closely with students and guide them to develop a deep commitment and respect for themselves and others, their chosen disciplines, and the people they will be working with in their future careers. Our programs contribute to human development, adjustment and change by encouraging our diverse faculty and student body to engage in effective practice, innovative inquiry and responsible social action.
CEP prides itself on its diversity of professional disciplines, including the diversity of cultures and ethnic backgrounds of faculty, staff, and students. The Department strongly encourages our faculty and students in pursuing cross inter-disciplinary collaboration in reference to teaching, research, and community service. Like our great university, our Department is continuously improving in order to teach others how to educate and serve their communities effectively. If you want to be deeply involved in shaping the future, this is the place to be to pursue your career goals.
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