School Doctoral Faculty

Faculty research interests

The School Psychology doctoral program faculty are actively engaged in teaching, research, and service in the field of School Psychology. All faculty mentor students throughout the program. Individual faculty websites highlight their interest areas and accomplishments.

Daniel Drevon, Ph.D., Assistant Professor and Program Director, Licensed Psychologist, and Doctoral Internship Coordinator. ​Central Michigan University in 2011. Research interests include: Academic and behavior interventions for school-age children, single-case design, and research synthesis/meta-analysis..

Timothy S. Hartshorne, Ph.D., Professor and Admissions Coordinator. University of Texas at Austin in 1979. Research interests include: Understanding challenging behavior in children with CHARGE syndrome, a relatively rare genetic syndrome with multiple effects.

Michael Hixson, Ph.D., Professor, Western Michigan University in 1999. Research interest include: Learning and behavior problems from a behavior analytic perspective.

Sandra Morgan, Ph.D., Associate Professor. Central Michigan University in 1999. Research interests include: Assessment and treatment of academic and behavioral problems.

Katrina ​Rhymer, Ph.D., Professor, Licensed Psychologist, and Clinical Coordinator. Mississippi State University in 2000. Research interests include: Examining empirically-validated academic interventions with children especially in relation to general anxiety, test anxiety, and math anxiety.