September 30, 2013

Dissertation Seminar

The Scholarly Community is cordially invited to share
the final oral dissertation presentation by

Jennifer Wilson

in partial fulfillment of requirements for the PhD in Educational Psychology, a thesis submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School of the University of Minnesota

Effects of a Collaborative Intervention on the Quality of Preservice Teachers' Data Based Decision Making

Tuesday, October 8, 2013
9:00 - 9:30 a.m.
330 Education Sciences Building

COMMITTEE:
Professor Jennifer McComas, chair
Professor Susan Hupp, adviser
Professor Kristen McMaster
Professor Kyla Wahlstrom

Posted by bouch004 at 8:17 AM

September 9, 2013

Educational Psychology Student Handbook

The 2013-14 Educational Psychology Student Handbook is now available at http://www.cehd.umn.edu/EdPsych/Current/handbook/2013-14/default.html. This handbook reflects policies and requirements for students who entered the program in Fall 2013. Departmental core requirements in effect beginning this semester are listed beginning on page 10 of the handbook. Please check with your program area for their additional requirements.

For students who entered prior to this semester, you should refer to the 2012-13 handbook. However, you may elect to follow the new core requirements for your Degree Plan. If you have already submitted a Degree Plan, but would like to change to follow the new requirements, submit a Petition Form to indicate the changes to your degree plan. Please work with your advisers to review the options and additional program area requirements.

The list of courses approved to meet departmental core requirements in Educational Psychology has also been updated in the 2013-14 handbook.

Posted by bouch004 at 3:06 PM

Council of Graduate Students Representative

Educational Psychology needs a representative to the Council of Graduate Students (COGS). COGS represents the interests of all graduate students at the University of Minnesota. Their mission is to work with the administration and the Graduate School to make sure the needs of graduate students are known. More information is available at http://www.cogs.umn.edu/.

Our representative would attend general assembly meetings (three per semester), participate in discussions, and report back to Ed Psych students. If you are interested in being Ed Psych's COGS representative, contact Lori Boucher (bouch004@umn.edu) by Wednesday, September 18. An election (via email) will be held if we have more than one person interested.

Posted by bouch004 at 3:01 PM