School of Education
Blacksburg, VA 24061
Breanna Ellington is an assistant professor in the School of Education.
- PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision, North Carolina State University
- MS in School Counseling, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- BA in Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Reuman, L., Jacoby, R., Fabricant, L., Herring, B. & Abramowitz, J. Uncertainty as an Anxiety Cue at High and Low Levels of Threat. (2015). Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 47, 111-119.
- Ellington, B. & Baker, S. (In Progress). Career and College Readiness Self-Efficacy Perceptions of Rural Sixth Grade Girls: A Phenomenological Study.
- Dunbar, A. & Ellington, B. (In Progress). Moving beyond misconceptions of school shootings: Evidence-based recommendations for school counselors in the prevention of acts of targeted school violence.
- Herring, B., Baker, S. & Martinez, R. (2018, Feb 1). Career and college readiness: Perceptions of rural school youth. Content presentation at North Carolina Counseling Association (NCCA), Durham, NC.
- Herring, B., Baker, S. & Martinez, R. Williams, R. (2018, June 21). Understanding and Enhancing the Career and College Self-Efficacy for all Students. Content presentation at National Career Development Association (NCDA), Phoenix, AZ.
- Herring, B. (2014). Personal Space Camp: A Personal Space Lesson for 2nd Grade Students, Poster Presentation at the North Carolina School Counselors Association (NCSCA) Fall Conference. Greensboro, NC.
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