Assistant Professor, Counseling and School Psychology
Southern Connecticut State University
Senior Associate, The School of the 21st Century,
Misty Ginicola’s research has focused on using a developmental lens to understand the varying experience of depression in children. More broadly, she is interested in the experience of mental health problems in school settings, and the development of empirically based interventions which can be utilized in a school setting. Misty is currently the Senior Associate of Research and Evaluation at The School of the 21 st Century; there she works on several evaluation projects, including 21C efficacy studies and 21CCLC impact study in Independence, Missouri.
Ginicola, M. M. (under review). A developmental approach to variation in depressed children’s symptomology.
Ginicola, M. M., Yekelchik, A., & Finn-Stevenson, M. (2005). Evaluation of the Arkansas school of the 21st century program. New Haven, CT: The School of the 21st Century.
Henrich, C., Ginicola, M. M., & Finn-Stevenson, M. (2006). The School of the 21st century making a difference: Findings from two research studies. New Haven, CT: The School of the 21st Century.
Finn-Stevenson, M., Ginicola, M. M., & Yekelchik, A. (2006). Evaluation of the child and family learning centers / 21CCLC grant at Independence MO schools: 2005-2006. New Haven, CT: The School of the 21st Century.
Finn-Stevenson, M., Ginicola, M. M., & Yekelchik, A. (2006). The Iowa innovative early elementary program serving at-risk students kindergarten through third grade: Evaluation report 2006-2007. New Haven, CT: The School of the 21st Century.
Ginicola, M. M., Saccoccio, C., Hart, A., & Singhal, N. (under review). Good Intentions, unintended consequences: The impact of NCLB on our nation’s children.