Sara Renzulli

Visiting Assistant Professor

Educational Psychology


Title:

Visiting Assistant Professor, Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology

Academic Degrees:

Ph.D. University of Connecticut, 2013

Major: Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology

Dissertation: Using Learning and Study Strategies and Counseling   Interventions to Improve the Academic Performance of University Students Placed on Academic Probation.

Major Advisor: Dr. Orv Karan

M.A. University of Connecticut, 2011

Major: School Counseling

B.A. Union College, 2007, Schenectady, NY

Major: History

Areas of Expertise:

Counseling
Counselor Education
Counseling Students with Special Needs
Twice-Exceptionality

Selected Publications/Presentations:

Renzulli, S., D’Souza, S., & Karan, O. (2015). Self-Regulation Problems. In Scarlett, G. (Ed) Classroom management: An A-to-Z guide. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications

D’Souza, S., Renzulli, S., & Karan, O. (2015). Oppositional defiant disorder. In Scarlett, G. (Ed) Classroom management: An A-to-Z guide. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications

Baum, S., Renzulli, S., & Rizza, M. (2015). Twice-Exceptional Adolescents: Who they are? What do they need? (2nd Ed) In Dixon, F. A., & Moon, S. M. (Eds.), The handbook of secondary gifted education. Waco, TX: Prufrock Press.

Reis, S. M., Renzulli, S., & Sullivan E. E. (2014).  Characteristics of gifted learners: Varied, diverse and complex. In F. A. Karnes & S. M. Bean (Eds.), Methods and materials for teaching the gifted. Waco, TX: Prufrock Press.

Renzulli, S. (2008). The irony of “Twice-Exceptional.” In M. W. Gosfield & California Association for the Gifted. (2008). Expert approaches to support gifted learners: Professional perspectives, best practices, and positive solutions. (205-208). Minneapolis, MN: Free Spirit Pub.

Renzulli, S. (2005). The irony of “twice-exceptional.” Gifted Education Communicator: A Journal for Educators and Parents, 36 (3&4), 5-8.

Baum, S., Rizza, M., & Renzulli, S. (2006). Twice-Exceptional Adolescents: Who they are? What do they need? In Dixon, F. A., & Moon, S. M. (Eds.), The handbook of secondary gifted education. (137-161). Waco, TX: Prufrock Press.

Articles in Peer Reviewed Journals

Renzulli, S. (2019). Leadership Roles for School Counselors in Identifying and Supporting Twice Exceptional (2E) Students. Professional School Counseling. Submitted.

 Renzulli, S. (2015). Using Learning Strategies to Improve the Academic Performance of University Students on Academic Probation. NACADA Journal. 35 (1). 29-41.

O’Neil, J.M., Renzulli, S., Liu. W. (Eds.) (2013). Special issue: Teaching the psychology of men. Psychology of Men and Masculinity.14, 221-270.

O’Neil, J.M. & Renzulli, S. (2013). Introduction to the special: Teaching the psychology of men – A Call to Action. Psychology of Men and Masculinity. 14, 221-229.

O’Neil, J.M. & Renzulli, S. (2013). Teaching the psychology of men: A national survey of professor’s attitudes and content analysis of their courses – A Call to Action. Psychology of Men and Masculinity.14, 230-239.

O’Neil, J.M., Challenger, C., Renzulli, S., Crapser, B., & Webster, E. (2013). The boys’ forum: An evaluation of a brief intervention to empower middle school urban boys. Journal of Men’s Studies. 21, 191-205.

 Articles in State and Local Newsletters of the Profession

Renzulli, S. (2019). College Transition Can Be Trying for 2E Kids. 2E News.

 Renzulli, S. (2014). The social and emotional challenges faced by students identified as 2E. 2E Newsletter.

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Contact Information
Emailsara.renzulli@uconn.edu
Phone860 486 0207
Mailing AddressU-3064
Office LocationGentry Building 315B
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