Danielle Pappas, PhD

Chair, School Psychology Program

Assistant Professor of School Psychology

Former School Psychologist

Danielle Pappas

I joined the university as an assistant professor of counseling and as chair of the school psychology program in 2018. In the 12 years prior, I worked as a school psychologist for the Linn Benton Lincoln Education Service District in Albany, Oregon, where I conducted evaluations and consultation services for various schools within the district.

Before that, I was an intern school psychologist for the Tennessee Internship Consortium of Loudon, Tennessee (2006-07), a graduate teaching assistant (2004-05) and graduate assistant/graduate student editor (2002-04) for the University of Tennessee’s Educational Psychology Department in Knoxville, Tennessee.

I hold both national certification and state licensure as a school psychologist. I earned a PhD in school psychology from the University of Tennessee (2006) and a bachelor’s degree in behavioral science from Northwest University (1994).