Gevirtz School News

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  • Lindita Djokovic
    Lindita Djokovic, a doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology emphasis, studies mental disparities among underserved communities (i.e., ethnic minorities), identifying culturally sensitive trauma interventions, and psychosocial responses...
  • Sheila Modir, Jeff Kashou, and the book The Proudest Color
    Sheila Modir (Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology, Ph.D., ’17), alumna of UC Santa Barbara’s Gevirtz School—along with Jeff Kashou, LMFT and illustrator Monica Mikai —has written The Proudest Color (Workman Publishing,...

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  • Richard Durán
    Richard Durán of UC Santa Barbara’s Gevirtz School has been elected to the prestigious National Academy of Education (NAEd). As an honorific society, the Academy consists of U.S. members and international associates—fewer than 300...

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  • Tina McEnroe and Chancellor Henry Yang

    Tina McEnroe and Chancellor Henry Yang in the McEnroe Reading and Language Arts Clinic at a Maker Faire in 2016

    For over 15 years the Gevirtz School has been chronicling the ever-growing accomplishments of Tina McEnroe, M.A., L.H.D. (h.c.). She was our featured alumna (she earned that M.A. from the GGSE Department of Education) in our very first...