April 7, 2016

Promise Program Etiquette Dinner       

Mississippi State University's Promise Program held their annual Etiquette Dinner at The Veranda this week. Coordinated through The Learning Center, pictured above are Ryan Colvin and Christa King speaking to Promise Program recipients.    

The IRB: Questions and Answers Lunch & Learn originally scheduled for April 1, is now scheduled for Thursday, April 14. Click here to RSVP. Faculty, staff, and personnel involved in research are encouraged to attend the luncheon as this Q&A will provide an opportunity to learn more about ethics, honor, and integrity while conducting research at MSU. This session will also be broadcast to the MSU-Meridian campus, available in the distance room. 

APRIL 18-19!

Join us in support of Mississippi State's annual philanthropy event. Help us reach our goal of 1,000 donors and make an impact on our university!

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College of Education News

MSU Wind Ensemble spring concert takes place Thursday 

STARKVILLE, Miss.—A range of musical styles will be covered during the Mississippi State University Wind Ensemble’s 2016 spring concert. Read more...

MSU honors newest Graduate Student Research Symposium winners

STARKVILLE, Miss.—Nearly two dozen Mississippi State graduate students are being recognized for successful faculty-guided research projects completed during the current school year. Read more...

College of Education Events


4/7-4/8 - @TKMartinCenter EXPRESS Yourself Exhibit!

4/13 - Preparing for Finals & Time Management Strategies

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Meet the Staff

Kasee Stratton Assistant Professor / Coordinator Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Foundations/ MSU Autism & Developmental Disabilities Clinic. Stratton earned her B.S. in Psychology/School Studies and followed by earning her M.A. & Ph.D. in School Psychology, all from Central Michigan University. Stratton completed her post-doctorate work at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine/Kennedy Krieger Institute, Department of Behavioral Psychology's Pediatric Developmental Disabilities Clinic in Baltimore, Maryland. Stratton has a specialized interest in providing services to children with rare genetic disorders, and also founded and manages the Bulldog CHARGE Lab at MSU. Interesting Fact: Stratton is one of only two researchers in the entire United States studying CHARGE syndrome. To view a highlight on Stratton's work from the university, click here

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