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School psychology students recognized at state conference

Ed.S. School Psychology students recognized at theGeorgia Association of School Psychologists (GASP) Fall Conference included Tiffani Mihuta (left) and Kimberly Smith (right).

Ed.S. School Psychology students recognized at the GASP fall conference included Tiffani Mihuta (left) and Kimberly Smith (right).

Two Georgia Southern University College of Education students were recognized at the 46th Annual Georgia Association of School Psychologists (GASP) fall conference in Savannah October 3-5.

Kimberly Smith, Ed.S. School Psychology degree candidate, received GASP’s School Psychology Student of the Year Award.  This award is given to an outstanding school psychology student enrolled in a school psychology program in Georgia. Smith is actively involved in the School Psychology Student Association at Georgia Southern and holds the position of historian for the association. She also serves as the University’s student representative for the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). She is a student member of both GASP and NASP. Smith is currently completing her internship in school psychology in the Bulloch County school system.

Tiffani Mihuta, Ed.S. School Psychology degree candidate, received GASP’s Christine Daley School Psychologist Student Scholarship. Mihuta serves as Georgia Southern’s student representative on the GASP Executive Board. She also holds the position of president of the School Psychology Student Association at the University and is a student member of GASP and NASP. Currently, Mihuta is completing an internship in school psychology in the Beaufort County school system.

GASP strives to provide school psychologist in the state of Georgia with the highest level of support and professional training to enable them to remain effective in a dynamic educational environment. GASP is the only state professional organization representing the field of school psychology and provides valuable resources to their members including research opportunities, PLU hours, NCSP credits, regional and local workshops, and conferences.

To learn more about a career in School Psychology and the Ed.S. in School Psychology degree program, visit http://coe.georgiasouthern.edu/espy

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