College of Education and Psychology
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Welcome to the College of Education and Psychology at UT Tyler. We are a diverse college, with programs in education and psychology at the undergraduate and graduate levels that prepare graduates for positions in schools, agencies and businesses, and for further graduate study.
Close working relationships with schools and agencies in the East Texas region provide numerous opportunities for faculty and students to engage in service and research and to find quality placements in internships and practica.
Through our Ingenuity Center and research labs, we provide additional research and service opportunities for our students and for schools and agencies in the region. UT Tyler College of Education and Psychology is a dynamic college within a young, growing university.
We invite further inquiry into our college through this website and encourage you to contact us directly for additional information about programs and services within the College of Education and Psychology.
Spotlight on Education & Psychology
Dr. Ron Livingston and Dr. Andrew Schmitt, along with their co-authors C.R. Reynolds and J Valera, have had their article "Assessment of Pediatric Bipolar Disorder: What School Psychologists Should Know!" published in Research and Practice in the Schools.
Dr. Andrew Schmitt, Dr. Ron Livingston, and Dr. Frank Dykes, along with their co-authors B.M. Scott, J.M Galusha and A. Garland have had their article "A Theoretical Model for Measuring Change: Reliable Change Index" published in Research and Practice in the Schools.
Dr. Vance Vaughn, Associate Professor of Educational
Leadership, had his article View from the Field: NCLB's Good Intentions of
Accountability Damage our Educational Leaders and Our Schools in the Winter
2014 edition of School Leadership Review.