Assistant Professor of School Psychology
Department of Educational Psychology
About Sarah Wright Harry
Dr. Sarah Wright Harry is an assistant professor in the Department of Educational Psychology at Ball State University. She holds a doctoral degree in School Psychology from the University of Southern Mississippi. While in graduate school, Dr. Wright Harry trained in a behaviorally oriented program and researched classroom management strategies at a high school setting for both thesis and dissertation projects. Dr. Wright Harry currently holds the Nationally Certified School Psychologist and Board-Certified Behavior Analyst credentials. Her primary interests in research include academic interventions, classroom behavior management, supporting teacher feedback, multi-tiered systems of support and response to intervention, and social-emotional learning strategies.
Prior to joining Ball State's faculty, Dr. Wright Harry completed her APA accredited internship through the Illinois School Psychology Internship Consortium, and stayed with her specific site, Township High School District 113, for post-doc employment and supervision for clinical licensure. She is pursuing the HSPP credential so she can provide clinical supervision to future students.