Professor of Education
John Carroll University – B.A. Psychology and Secondary English Education
John Carroll University, M.A.
University of Georgia, Ed.D.
Subject Areas Taught at Brenau:
Advanced Educational Psychology
Analysis & Correction of Math Disabilities
Teaching Students with Special Needs
Applied Behavior Analysis
Tests & Measurements
Health/Social Needs: ECE
Introduction to Special Education
I believe in helping the student of all ages grow developmentally as a whole person. We need to be concerned with growth in the physical, cognitive, moral, social and psychological aspects of life, and always understand that they are unified in the person.
Academic and Research Interests:
Education of students with moderate to severe disabilities.
Academic success of college age students with disabilities, especially those with learning disabilities, ADHD, and autism.
Academic Affiliation and Leadership Positions Held:
Association for Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD)
Director of the Learning Center: Brenau University’s program for students with disabilities.
First Year Seminar Professor and Advisor in the program