The School Psychology Doctoral Program at LSU accepts new students every year. Interested students should check out our School Psychology Program's overview page as well as the Department of Psychology's prospective students page. Please note that I will NOT be accepting new doctoral students for the 2018-2019 academic year. 

Following are brief bios for my current doctoral students:

Shelley Upton, BS, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Shelley is in her second year of the School Psychology Doctoral Program at LSU. Her research interests center on mindfulness education programs and how they can be used to delay or prevent the onset of risk behaviors. Shelley enjoys reading, going to plays, baking, and spending time with her family and friends.

Tony Roberson, MA, LSU, & BS, Truman State University. Tony is in his third year of the School Psychology Doctoral Program at LSU. His research interests focus on using positive psychology in school-based mental health systems to improve long-term student well-being outcomes. Tony enjoys playing the double bass, attending concerts, and experimenting with new recipes in the kitchen.

Sarah Bolognino, MA, LSU, & BS, Le Moyne College. Sarah is in her fourth year of the School Psychology Doctoral Program at LSU. Her research interests are focused on measures and supports for student and teacher wellbeing in schools. Sarah enjoys training for marathons, practicing mindfulness meditation, and sharing meals with friends. Next year she will be completing her pre-doctoral internship at Sarah A. Reed's Children Center in Erie, PA.