If you are planning to apply for admission to the Educational Psychology Ph.D. program for the Fall 2020 semester, you won't want to miss this meeting.
Dr. Jay Verkuilen is giving a presentation: “A High Dimensional Model Is Never Far Away: Inferential LASSO in Estimating Treatment Effect in Single Case Designs” Read more
What is it like to come out as a gay man today, and how does it compare to 50 years ago? Gradaute Center alumnus Perry N. Halkitis offers insights in his latest book. Read more
At this year’s Association for Psychological Science–Society for the Teaching of Psychology (APA, Division 2) Teaching Institute in Washington, DC, Graduate Center doctoral student Jessica E. Brodsky (Educational Psychology) presented a poster with preliminary findings from the College of Staten Island, one of eleven colleges participating in the Digital Polarization Initiative (DPI). Jessica’s poster was selected to receive one of four Psi Chi Association for Psychological Science Convention Society Research Awards. Read more
Left to right: Maria Janelli, Dr. Ana Lipnevich, Dana Murano, and Dr. Kalina Gjicali
Associate Professor of Educational Psychology Anastasiya Lipnevich has focused her research on two interacting areas of interest: instructional feedback; and assessment of noncognitive, or psychosocial, characteristics that relate to educational and life success. Lipnevich and Ph.D. students Kalina Gjicali, Maria Janelli, and Dana Murano have an extensive research program underway that spans both sub-fields of inquiry and brings them together.
Damira and her coauthors on May 2016 at an international mindfulness conference in Rome, IT. Pictured from left to right is Joshua Brown, Damira Rasheed, Deborah Schussler (not a coauthor), Sebrina Doyle, and Tish Jennings.
Second year Educational Psychology Ph.D. student Damira Rasheed’s study (first author) on “The Association between Teacher-Child Race/Ethnicity Matching and Classroom Diversity Differential Effect on Children’s Socioemotional and Academic Skills” was recently published in Child Development.
We congratulate our students, alumni, and faculty of the Ph.D. Program in Educational Psychology at the Graduate Center for their latest publications and authorship! Read more
Ed Psych Doctoral Students and 2019 DSRG Recipients: (left to right) Jessica Brodsky, Hamadi Henderson, Magdalen Beiting, and Robin Harvey
Four students in the Educational Psychology PHD Program have received the 2019 Doctoral Student Research Grant (DSRG). The DSRG is a competitive research grant which awards up to $1,500 for travel, payments to human research subjects, supplies and other expenses. We salute our students for this accomplishment. Read more
GC Professors Colette Daiute and Bruce Homer explore how to create social media, apps, and video games that enhance kids' cognitive development. Read more
"Burnout" is a popular buzzword. But new research by Professor Irvin Schonfeld shows that the condition is much more serious than many people think. Read more