This website is intended to connect students, practicing teachers, school psychologists, and administrators with current resources and projects related to my courses and research.
I am currently an Assistant Professor of School Psychology at Penn State University. I completed my doctoral training in school psychology at the University of Minnesota after obtaining my M.A. in education from the University of Mississippi. A former high school teacher, my primary research interests focus on data-based decision-making, prevention, and intervention in the classroom setting. I have published and presented on issues related to effective math intervention, classroom environment assessment, teacher development, screening, and progress monitoring.