Get the latest updates on NC State's response to COVID-19 (coronavirus) and access resources to stay informed. Learn more here.
School Psychology Program Research Labs and Facilities
The main research facility of the NC State School Psychology Program is located in Rooms 634 and 612 of Poe Hall. Poe 634 serves multiple functions for faculty and students associated with the program. It is an area where activities surrounding several faculty research projects take place, including the Kindergarten Transition Study (KiTS; Dr. Haskett), the School Consultation Research Project (SCRP; Dr. Erchul), and Reading Interventions to Improve Fluency (Dr. Begeny). In addition, Dr. Schulte’s portion of the National Research and Development Center on Assessment and Accountability for Special Education, and Dr. Stage’s developing research program called the internet-based Response to Intervention for students at-risk for emotional disturbance (i-RtI), use Poe 634 for group meetings. Also, most of the graduate classes in the program are held in Poe 634.
Poe 612 is a suite of offices and child assessment rooms used for research activities and for the Psychoeducational Clinic. The suite opens to a waiting area for research participants or clients of the clinic. Offices of clinic staff and graduate student clinic assistants are in the suite. Several private rooms are equipped with remote viewing and videotaping capability for research and clinical supervision. A large room with child play materials is available in the suite.
In addition to these shared spaces, each faculty member has dedicated space for research team meetings, data management and graduate student offices.