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Minnesota State University, Mankato
Minnesota State University, Mankato

Current Student Activities

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  • Doctoral students have been teaching undergraduate courses (PSY 101, PSY 201, PSY 240) with great success.

  • All doctoral students are in various stages of working on research projects. Several students have published their research in major journals. Others are developing new projects or working on data collection.

  • Students have been presenting their scholarly work at international, national, and regional conferences related to school psychology

  • Several students are supporting the MN Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports Initiative as data collectors and trainers.

  • Several doctoral students have completed practicum experiences in Belize.

  • Elected class representatives have been attending program meetings and representing the interests of their fellow students.


Advanced Students

  • 2nd year students are spending 10 hours per week in local school districts working with school psychologists. This is in addition to their coursework and research – so they are very busy.

  • The doctoral students developed the School Psychology Society, an officially recognized student organization on campus.


First Year Students

  • 1st year students are spending time with local special education teachers to get acquainted with their context of practice.