Submitted Fall, 2004
Research: Students in the School Psychology program are required to successfully complete CSP 991, in which they design, carry through and write a scholarly study. Students present the results of their research activities as part of the comprehensive examination process. Multiple evaluators from the faculty are used to assess the results. Other students are invited to attend these presentations. In addition, the following components are required for completion of the scholarly project: 1. two journal-ready manuscripts; 2. completed NASP proposal for conference presentation; 3. either a poster or paper presentation at NASP, state association conference, or UNK Research Symposium.
2003/2004: Eighteen students submitted scholarly work for blind review for presentation at the NASP national conference. Fourteen of the submissions were accepted (78%) and presented.
Interpretation and Recommendations:
This is an indicator of effectiveness research outcomes.