For the rest of spring semester, Boston University has directed undergraduate students to return home, canceled in-person classes, moved to remote teaching, called off all events and athletics, and minimized lab research. Visit our COVID-19 website for further information.
Dr. Amie Grills, professor and Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs & Research at BU Wheelock, and her research colleague Dr. Sharon Vaughn will deliver talks at the upcoming Dyslexia Foundation… Read more
This fall, BU Wheelock named Dr. Amie Grills, Professor of Counseling Psychology, Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Research. This represents an expansion of Dr. Grills’ leadership responsibilities at BU… Read more
Dr. Amie Grills, Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Professor at BU Wheelock, has been awarded fellow status by the American Psychological Association’s Division 53, the Society of Clinical Child… Read more
BU Wheelock’s Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs, Dr. Amie Grills, has been elected to the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) Board of Directors as their Representative at Large for… Read more
Dr. Amie Grills was promoted to Professor effective January 1, 2019. She has taught within our Counseling Psychology program since 2013 and has served as an Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs at… Read more
Drs. Amie Grills and Melissa Holt were recently informed the book they co-edited and contributed to, Critical Issues in School-Based Mental Health, was a winner of Choice magazine’s annual Outstanding… Read more
Associate Professor Amie Grills was recently appointed as an Associate Editor of Cognitive Therapy and Research, a highly regarded journal in the field of psychology that presently has an impact… Read more