Student and Alumni Profiles

Learn About the Professional Paths of Our School Psychologists

The NASP-approved MA in School Psychology program at Marist can help you make a real difference in the lives of children and adolescents. The program offers on-campus courses, professional field experiences in school districts, and leads to New York State Education Department (NYSED) certification as a school psychologist. Learn more about our School Psychology alumni and students by selecting any of the student and alumni profile interviews listed below.

Alumni Profiles

 Angela Claffey Pidala Angela Claffey Pidala, 2016
Barnstable Public School District
School Psychologist
Danielle Jordan  Danielle Jordan, 2015
Monroe-Woodbury Central School District
School Psychologist 
 Dana Harsch Dana Harsch, 2017
Anderson Center for Autism
Residential Program Specialist
   

Student Profiles

 Paul Vespo '19 MA in School Psychology Julissa Marcano
Paul Vespo '19 Julissa Marcano '19

 

Student Research News

Marist NASP 2018

The Marist school psychology faculty and students presented several research and program initiatives at the National Association of School Psychologists and Trainers of School Psychologists conference last week in Chicago. Our students did an amazing job and we should all be proud of their professional development. Listed below are the presentations that were delivered. It should be noted that Bacher et al. (2018) presented to a room of over 200 attendees. One of our alums, Tom Olsen also had a presentation at the conference.

Students who participated:
Emily Bacher
Gabriella Decenzo  
Corrie Embler 
Annie Frenzel
Paul Vespo
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Presentations at NASP & TSP 2018 Conference

Bacher, E., Frenzel, M., Embler, C.B., DeCenzo, G., & Williams, S.A.S. (2018, February). You are what you learn: School-based behavioral interventions. Mini-skills presentation at the National Association of School Psychologists Conference, Chicago, IL.

Embler, C.B., Bacher, E., & Williams, S.A.S. (2018, February). Evidence-based strategies for working with the transient population. Paper presentation at the National Association of School Psychologists Conference, Chicago, IL.

Stone, M., Vespo, P., & Deleo, J. (2018, February). Efficient and evidence-based peer supervision practices for school psychologists. Mini-skills presentation at the National Association of School Psychologists Conference, Chicago, IL.

Williams, S.A.S., & Hanssen, D. (2018, February). Promoting race pedagogy in higher education: Creating an inclusive community. Workshop presented at the Trainers of School Psychologists Conference, Chicago, IL.

Williams, S.A.S., & Hanssen, D. (2018, February). From vision to action: Social justice program development. Workshop presented at the Trainers of School Psychologists Conference, Chicago, IL.

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