Applied Psychology and Counselor Education
University of Northern Colorado
Dr. Clemen’s research interests include school counseling, child/adolescent mental health/continuity of care, and improving educational outcomes of at-risk populations, including students in foster care. She has held counseling and administrative posts in a school and a behavioral health center. Her Ph.D. is in counseling and counselor education from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, with a cognate in statistics. She is currently PI on an IES Researcher-Practitioner Partnership grant with the state of Colorado examining the association between school stability and academic outcomes for students in foster care.
She will develop and deliver the courses EII 612: Data Visualization for Educators, EII 613: Research-Practice Partnerships, EII 614: Introduction to Cost Studies and EII 615: Application of Cost Analyses to Decision-Making.