Alumnus Erion Receives Distinguished Service Award from Association of School Psychologists of Pennsylvania

Posted on 11/3/2011 4:49:21 PM

IUP alumnus Dr. Joel Erion recently received the Association of School Psychologists of Pennsylvania (ASPP) Distinguished Service Award for 2011 at the annual fall ASPP conference.

Dr. Eroin is employed as a professor at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. He serves on a number of departmental and university committees and is a member of many professional organizations.

Prior to this award, Dr. Eroin had been recognized by ASPP as the School Psychologist of the Year in 1993, by the National Association of School Psychologists with the Government and Professional Relations Award in 1993, and by ASPP with the Past-Presidents Award in 2005.

Dr. Erion received his B.S. in Elementary Education from Clarion University of Pennsylvania in 1975. He later pursued his M.Ed. in Educational Psychology and D.Ed. in School Psychology from IUP.

He previously worked in the Oil City Area School District for sixteen years as a school psychologist before becoming an adjunct professor at IUP and continuing on to become a professor at Edinboro University. Dr. Erion has also been a licensed psychologist since 1986.

His dedication and service makes us proud to honor Dr. Joel Erion as the recipient of the ASPP 2011 Distinguished Service Award.

Department of Educational and School Psychology