We prepare undergraduate and graduate students for leadership and service careers in assisting diverse populations within the U.S. and the global community. Our department is committed to the incorporation of community-based, service-learning experiences within its educational programs to maximize the advancement of students' personal and professional development.
Spreading the word on literacy enrichment
Dr. Lydia Richardson presented at the 63rd Texas Speech and Hearing Association convention in Fort Worth. Her presentation addressed the benefits of literacy enrichment for pre-K students.
Dr. Lydia Richardson
Dr. Killam elected to national council
Dr. Wendy Killam, professor in counseling, was elected to serve as a member of the American Counseling Association Governing Council as the representative of the Association for Adult Development and Aging.
Dr. Wendy Killam
At SFA, we believe students benefit greatly from hands-on learning in and out of the classroom.
Transformative experiences are at the core of our academic philosophy.
Meet Our Students
Son, a student enrolled in SFA’s Doctor of Education in educational leadership program, traveled more than 8,700 miles from Vietnam to discover a solution to the social and organizational issues his country’s higher education system faces.
Catherine is president of the Braille and Cane Club and the SFA Adaptive Sports Club. She was named the Baker Pattillo Student Leader of the Year for advocating for the visually impaired.
Tyesha, a school psychology doctoral student, serves as the assistant to the editor of the Journal of Human Services, a biannual, peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary publication with an international editorial board.