Faculty Biography | Jennifer Prue
Dr. Jennifer Prue has taught in the Secondary Education Program for fifteen years. Courses taught include: Adolescent Development, Exploring Education: a first-year introduction to potential careers in education, a third-year early practicum, and fourth-year teaching internship. Dr. Prue has focused her research agenda on representing the voices of students regarding advisement; has collaborated with colleagues to research strategies for encouraging reflection through writing and the use of Literature Circles for promoting self-exploration and peer to peer connections.
Areas of Expertise:
Adolescent Development; Psychology; Teacher Education
- Prue, J. & Richards, J. (2007). Navigating Effective Developmental Advising: Research and Student Generated Strategies. [abstract]
- Prue, J. & Richards, J. (2007). Navigating Effective Developmental Advising: Research and Student Generated Best Practices for Mentoring the Emerging Professional. NACADA National Conference, Baltimore, Maryland.
- Prue, J. & Richards, J. (2006). Transformative relationships: An emerging psychological, educational and social work model of advisement. BPD Conference, Los Angeles, California.
- Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Leadership from University of Vermont
- M.A. in Clinical Psychology from St. Michaels College
- B.A. in Psychology from University of Vermont
Licensure or Certifications
- Clinical Psychology Licensure: #047-0000646 (current)