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Poster presentation wins award
Congratulations to Emily Srisarajivakul who won an award for a poster presentation. She was attending the 125th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association.
Held in Washington, D.C., the convention is the world’s largest gathering of psychologists.
Srisarajivakul presented, “Multilevel confirmatory factor analysis of the Effective Behavioral Support Self-Assessment Survey.” Her poster was co-authored with Drs. Ken Rice, Joel Meyers and Kris Varjas.
Her presentation received the Student Poster Award in APA Division 16: School Psychology.
CEHD Alumna Invited to Speak at GAPBS
Dr. Tamika La Salle received her Ph.D. in School Psychology from Georgia State University and joined the faculty at UConn in 2013. Her primary areas of research interests include culturally responsive education practices, PBIS, school climate, and international school psychology/ school climate.
Dr. La Salle worked in the Center on the Georgia Student Health Survey investigating school climate and the importance of culture and context. She continues to consult with the GA DOE on these topics.
At the GAPBS Conference Dr. La Salle will be speaking about her presentation titled, “Integrating Culture and Climate within the Context of PBIS.”