Welcome to Arkansas State University!

Assistant Professor of Psychology


Education

All from Mississippi State University

  • B.S. in Special Education, Minor in Psychology, 2005
  • M.S. in Psychometry, 2007
  • Ph.D. in Educational Psychology with a Concentration in School Psychology and focus area in International Education, 2014

Professional Credentials

Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP)

Red Cross Disaster Mental Health Worker (DMHW)

Teaching Specialties

School Psychology, School Crisis Prevention and Intervention, Response to Intervention, School Academic and Behavioral Consultation

Courses Taught

PSY 6573        Psychological Testing

PSY 7613        Practicum in School Psychology

Research Interests

School Crisis Prevention and Intervention, Response to Intervention, School Academic and Behavioral Consultation

Affiliations

National Association of School Psychologists

Louisiana School Psychological Association

Biography

As a native of the Memphis area, Dr. Medley completed her academic studies in special education (B.S.), psychometry (M.S.) and school psychology (Ph.D.) at Mississippi State University. She completed her pre-doc internship at LSU Health Sciences Center in the Louisiana School Psychological Internship Consortium in and around New Orleans. She worked several years in southeast Louisiana as a school psychologist in traditional, charter, and state direct-run schools. While continuing to practice, she served as Assistant Professor in Nicholls State University’s school psychology program before coming to A-State. She is passionate about training students to be prepared for the variety of problems a school psychologist is called to help solve in the school setting.

 In her free time, she enjoys traveling for fun and mission work, and/or disaster response. You may see her kayaking around on the lakes and rivers of Arkansas.

Meagan Medley


Contact Information

D: 870-972-3064


Office

Building: Education
Room: 319