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Hallie Enderle

school psychology phd student,
team member

Hallie Enderle is a doctoral candidate in the School Psychology program at Indiana University Bloomington. Originally from Mankato, Minnesota, Hallie received her B.S. in Therapeutic Recreation from Central Michigan University in 2016. Hallie joined Dr. Ormiston’s research team in her first year at Indiana University and worked as a graduate assistant for Dr. Ormiston’s U.S. Department of Education grant in the Spring of 2022. The grant focuses on examining the impact of trauma-informed multi-tiered systems of supports on student, academic, behavioral, and socioemotional outcomes. Hallie’s research interests include school-based mental health supports, multi-tiered systems of supports, school-wide disciplinary practices, and outcomes for students with the emotional behavioral designation.