Counseling and School Psychology

Faculty & Staff


Donald Lee Stovall, Psy.D.


Donald Lee Stovall, Psy.D., L.P.
Professor Emeritus

B.A., Macalester College
M.S.E., University of Wisconsin - River Falls (School Psychology)
Psy.D., Minnesota School of Professional Psychology (Clinical Psychology)

Interests include: Promoting mental health programs for children and adolescents, parenting issues, integration of children with exceptional needs into general education settings, and promoting fair assessments of students from diverse backgrounds.

Stovall Curriculum Vita

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Mark Gillen, PhD, NCC, LPC, LSC
Professor and Department Chair

B.S., University of Wisconsin–Madison
M.S., University of Wisconsin–Stout
Ph.D., University of Arkansas 

Interests include: collaboration among school professionals, solution-focused counseling, adventure counseling, care-giving of older adults, groups counseling. 

Gillen Curriculum Vita

saw 2017 

Scott Woitaszewski, PhD
Professor and Director of School Psychology Program

B.A., Gustavus Adolphus College
M.S., Ball State University
Ph.D., Ball State University

Interests includeschool crisis prevention and intervention, suicide and threat assessment, measuring school intervention effectiveness, intervention teaming, childhood and family resiliency, school-based systems change. 

Woitaszewski Curriculum Vita

TAS 2015 

Todd A. Savage, PhD, NCSP
Professor, School Psychology Program

B.A., University of Minnesota
M.S., Ed.S., University of Kentucky
Ph.D., School Psychology, University of Kentucky

Interests include: culturally-responsive education; culturally-responsive psychology; social justice issues; cooperative learning; and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues as they apply to school and counseling settings.

Savage Curriculum Vita

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Caroline Baker, PhD, NCC, LSC
Associate Professor, Director of Counseling Program

B.S.,  University of Tennessee
M.A., University of Tennessee
Ph.D., The Ohio State University

Interests include: Multicultural competency and social justice in counseling, the scholarship of teaching and learning in counselor education

Baker Curriculum Vita

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Michaela Sacra, PhD, NCC, LSC
Assistant Professor, Counseling Program

B.S., University of Rochester
M.A., University of Montana
Ph.D., University of Montana

Interests include: Coping skill development for young childen in a school setting, ethically internationalizing the counseling profession, culturally competent teaching and supervision practices, school counseling supervision

Sacra Curriculum Vita


Jerry Liddell
Department Associate

257 Wyman Education Building


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Caroline Baker
Counseling Program Director
224 Wyman Education Building

Scott Woitaszewski
School Psychology Program Director
227 Wyman Education Building