Full time faculty

Following are the bios of our full-time and part-time Master of Education in Special Education – Applied Behavior Analysis faculty members, whose primary commitment is teaching, but who also lead and participate in activities such as:

  • Mentoring and advising students and help them build their professional networks
  • Leading grant-funded programs, research, and teaching initiatives
  • Serving in leadership positions in their fields of expertise
  • Authoring books, book chapters, and journal articles related to their academic and professional fields
  • Presenting scholarly work and research at local, regional, national, and international conferences
  • Providing faculty service to support the functioning of the School of Education and the University