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UTSA School Psychology ranks high in research productivity, three faculty deemed “most prolific”

Over the span of six short years, COEHD’s School Psychology program has gone from a fledgling program to ranking 6th in the nation in terms of research productivity, when compared to other non-doctoral School Psychology programs between 2002-2011.  During a recent National School Psychology (NASP) conference, the department’s prowess in productivity was re-affirmed when COEHD’s Dr. Jeremy Sullivan (#9), Department Chair and Associate Professor of Educational Psychology;  and Dr. Norma Guerra (#20), Associate Professor;  and their colleague in the college of business, Dr. Daniel A. Sass (#13), Associate Professor were named to the NASP Top 25 faculty members/most productive scholars in the school psychology specialist/masters level programs, based on authorship credit.



 

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