Center for Intervention Research in Schools
The Center for Intervention Research in Schools (CIRS) is made up of Ohio University faculty, staff and students who are dedicated to improving the lives of children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral problems through school-based interventions and supports. The CIRS team strives to conducts cutting-edge, interdisciplinary research, provides training experiential learning opportunities to undergraduate and graduate students, and offers quality services to children, families and schools.
School Mental Health: Promoting meaningful engagement, interventions and leadership
- CIRS graduate students received their Master’s degree (Brockstein, Glatt, Hightower-Henson, Vitucci, Everly earning an MBA) or Doctoral degree (Dr. Samamtha Margherio) on Saturday Dec. 16.
- Congratulations to graduate student Levi Toback on receiving the “Outstanding Psychology Trainee Award” from the Ohio Psychological Association! Also congratulations to Levi on successfully proposing his dissertation project!
- Graduate student Samantha Margherio will begin her work this fall as an assistant professor of psychology in the Clinical Science program at Virginia Tech University.
- Dr. Evans is presenting the keynote address at the Southeastern School Behavioral Health Conference in April in Myrtle Beach South Carolina.
- Alison Pence-Ward will share information about the Beacon project with attendees at the Southeastern School Behavioral Health Conference in Myrtle Beach South Carolina in late April.
- Our Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program funded by the National Science Foundation starts 6/9/24!