The Psychological Experiences of Marysville School District Employees Following the Oct 24 Shooting
Stephanie A. Fryberg, Arianne Eason, Laura Brady, and Megan Bang
University of Washington
October 30th, 12:30, Miller 104
The talk will focus on data from Marysville School District employees (N = 597) surveyed six months after the shooting at MP high school. The shooting had widespread impact on emotional responses, interactions with students and colleagues, coping strategies, and perceptions of intergroup relations on employees throughout the district. The results reveal notable differences by education level, school demographics (i.e., schools with more Native student reported greater negative affect), and psychological closeness to victims and families.
Dr. Stephanie A. Fryberg (Tulalip Tribes) is Associate Professor of American Indian Studies and Psychology at University of Washington. Her work focuses on how representations of race and culture influence self, psychological wellbeing, and educational attainment. Fryberg has provided testimony to the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs regarding the impact of racist stereotypes on Indigenous people, served as an expert witness in the Keepseagle v. USDA class action lawsuit, and consults with National Tribal TANF. She received the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues Louise Kidder Early Career Award and was inducted into the Stanford University Multicultural Alumni Hall of Fame.