Graduate Program in School Psychology

School Psychology Faculty and Staff

Michelle K. Demaray

Professor
School Psychology

Michelle Demaray

Office: 357 Psychology
Phone: 815-753-7077
E-mail: mkdemaray@niu.edu
Profile: http://www.niu.edu/psyc/faculty/demaray.shtml
Homepage: http://www.niu.edu/demaray/
Research interests: Bullying and victimization in schools, including cyber-bullying and cyber-victimization, and the role of bystanders in the bullying situation; Measurement of social support and the relations among perceived social support in youth and positive and negative outcomes; Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD); social-emotional issues in schools.

Christine K. Malecki

Professor, Director of School Psychology Program
School Psychology

Christine Malecki

Office: 312 Psychology
Phone: 815-753-1836
E-mail: cmalecki@niu.edu
Profile: http://www.niu.edu/psyc/faculty/malecki.shtml
Homepage: http://www.niu.edu/cmalecki/
Research interests:  Students' perceived social support, curriculum-based measurement (CBM), the relationship between social context and academic achievement, and alternative school psychological service models.

Julia Ogg

Assistant Professor

Julia Ogg Photo

Office: PM 310
Phone: (815) 753-3508
E-mail: jogg@niu.edu
Profile: http://www.niu.edu/psyc/faculty/ogg
Research interests: Risk and protective factors for children with externalizing behavior, Attention-deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD); parent training interventions.

Vinita Menon, Ph.D., NCSP

Visiting Assistant Professor

Vinita Menon

Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Supervisor, School Psychology Team
NIU Psychological Services Center
Advanced Practicum Instructor

Don Sibley, NCSP

Faculty Adjunct

Don Sibley

Educationally Licensed School Psychologist
Supervisor and Instructor, First Year Practicum




Elise Frank Masur

Professor Emeritus
Developmental and School Psychology

Elise Masur

Office: 815-753-7081
Phone: 367 Psychology
E-mail: efmasur@niu.edu
Webhttp://www.niu.edu/psyc/faculty/masur.shtml 
Research interests: Parent-infant interaction; language and pre-literacy development; infant play and TV exposure

Arielle M. Sherman

Program Assistant
School Psychology

Office: 555 Psychology
Phone: 815-753-7078
E-mail: asherman1@niu.edu