Professional Summary

        of

        Joan M. McGuire

        University of Connecticut

        Neag School of Education

        249 Glenbrook Road, Unit 2064

        Storrs, CT 06269 2064

        (860) 486 6201 (phone); (860) 486-5799 (fax)

        e-mail:  joan.mcguire@uconn.edu

DATE SUMMARY PREPARED:                                August 14, 2009

DATE OF FIRST APPOINTMENT TO

THE UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT:                November 17, 1986

EDUCATION

B.A.                St. Mary's College, Notre Dame, Indiana                                1963

Major:  Humanistic Studies

M.A.                University of Connecticut                                                1972

Concentration: Special Education

CT Permanent Teaching Certificate: Special Education

6th Year        University of Connecticut, Certificate of Advanced                        1977

Graduate Studies (CAGS)

Ph.D.                University of Connecticut, Department of Educational                1982

Psychology:  Special Education

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2009 - present     Senior Research Scholar; Associate Director, Center on Postsecondary Education and

                    Disability

2007 - present     Professor, Emerita

2001 - 2009        Co-Director, Center on Postsecondary Education and Disability (Board of Trustees Designated

                            University Center of Excellence), Neag School of Education

1998 - 2007        Professor, Department of Educational Psychology (EPSY), University of Connecticut

1992   1998         Associate Professor, Department of Educational Psychology, University of Connecticut

1986   2000        Director, University of Connecticut Program for College Students with Learning Disabilities

1990   2001           Co Director, Postsecondary Education Disability Unit, Department of Educational Psychology,    University of Connecticut

1991 - 1995           Co-Editor, Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability

1986   1992           Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Psychology, University of Connecticut

1982   1986           Director, Learning Disabilities Program, Mitchell College, New London, Connecticut

Professional Experience (continued)

1981- 1985         State Hearing Officer, Bureau of Student Services, Due Process Unit, Connecticut State Department of Education, by appointment of the Commissioner of Education

1980   1981        Special Lecturer, Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, Connecticut

1978   1980        Director, Learning Disabilities Program, Annhurst College, Woodstock, Connecticut

1977   1979        Instructor, Annhurst College, Woodstock, Connecticut

1976   1977        Research Assistant, University of Connecticut, Storrs

1972   1976        Special Education Teacher, Skinner Road School, Vernon, Connecticut

FIELDS OF RESEARCH SPECIALIZATION

-  Program evaluation including postsecondary disability services

         Adults with learning disabilities

         Preservice, in service, and professional development activities for leadership personnel in college programs for students with learning disabilities

TEACHING SPECIALTIES AND COURSES TAUGHT

During my tenure as Director of the University Program for College Students with Learning Disabilities (UPLD) from 1986-2000, I taught courses predominantly at the graduate level that focused on issues in the field of postsecondary support services for undergraduate and graduate students with learning disabilities. Upon returning fulltime to my faculty position (2000), my teaching specialties included assessment, diagnosis, and documentation of learning disabilities; postsecondary disability program development, policies, and procedures to assure equal access; and transition from high school to college to employment.  Courses taught include:

Graduate

EPSY 300-93 (Independent Studies; 3 credits):  Issues in Postsecondary Service Delivery and Administration

for Students with Disabilities; Student Assessment and Instructional Planning; Innovative Approaches to Transition Planning

EPSY 311 (Workshop in Education; 3 credits):  Postsecondary Education for Students with Learning

        Disabilities

EPSY 329 (3 credits): Transition Planning for Students with Disabilities

EPSY 330 (3 credits):  Issues of Transition and Postsecondary Education for Adolescents and Adults with

        Learning Disabilities

EPSY 336 (3 credits):  Individual Pupil Assessment

EPSY 381 and EPSY 460 (variable credit): Masters and Doctoral Practica in Programming for College Students

        with Learning Disabilities

EPSY 410 (3 credits): Doctoral Seminar in Special Education: Current Issues Regarding Adults with Learning

        Disabilities

Undergraduate

EPSY 212 (3 credits): Assessment, Diagnosis, and Program Planning

TEACHING SPECIALTIES AND COURSES TAUGHT (continued)

EPSY 262:  Directed Observation and Participation (variable credit).  This participatory course was offered for

undergraduates with learning disabilities and provided opportunities for them to conduct “outreach” activities such as presenting to high school and university audiences regarding strategies for success at the postsecondary level.

SCHOLARLY CONTRIBUTIONS

Books, Chapters, and Monographs

McGuire, J.M. (in press).  Considerations for the transition to college.  In S.F. Shaw, J.W. Madaus, & L. L.         Dukes (Eds.), Preparing students with disabilities for college: A practical guide for transition. Baltimore,         MD: Brookes Publishing Co.

Scott, S.S., & McGuire, J.M. (2008).  A case study approach to promote practical application of Universal De-

        sign for Instruction. In S. E. Burgstahler & R.C. Cory (Eds.), Universal design: From principles to practice

        (pp. 135-143). Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.

Scott, S.S., & McGuire, J.M. (2005).  Implementing Universal Design for Instruction to promote inclusive

college teaching.  In E.E. Getzel & P. Wehman, Going to college: Expanding opportunities for people with disabilities (pp. 119-138). Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

Brinckerhoff, L.C., McGuire, J.M., & Shaw, S.F.  (2002). Postsecondary education and transition for students

        with learning disabilities (2nd ed.).  Austin, TX:  PRO-ED.

McGuire, J.M.  (1998). Educational accommodations:  A university administrator’s view.  In M. Gordon & S.         Keiser (Eds.), Accommodations in higher education under the Americans with Disabilities Act:  A no-        nonsense guide for clinicians, educators, lawyers, and administrators (pp. 20-45).  New York:  Guilford         Publications, Inc.

McGuire, J.M.  (1997). Four-year college programs:  Effective practices for developing employment skills.  In         P.J. Gerber & D.S. Brown (Eds.), Learning disabilities and employment (pp. 117-141).  Austin, TX:  PRO-        ED.

Reis, S.M., Neu, T.W., & McGuire, J.M.  (1995). Talents in two places:  Case studies of high ability students

        with learning disabilities who have achieved (Research Monograph 95114).  Storrs:  University of         Connecticut, The National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented.

Shaw, S.F., McGuire, J.M., & Brinckerhoff, L.B. (1994). College and university programming.  In P.J. Gerber

        & H.B. Reiff (Eds.), Learning disabilities:  Persisting problems and evolving issues (pp. 141-151).  Stonem,         MA:  Andover Medical Publishers.

Brinckerhoff, L.B., Shaw, S.F., & McGuire, J.M.  (1993). Promoting postsecondary education for students with

        learning disabilities:  A handbook for practitioners (440 pp.).  Austin, TX:  PRO ED.

Brinckerhoff, L.B., & McGuire, J.M.  (1994). Students with learning disabilities:  Programmatic and

Books, Chapters, and Monographs (continued)

        

   instructional considerations.  In D. Ryan & M. McCarthy (Eds.), A student affairs guide to the ADA and         disability issues (pp. 69-87).  Washington, DC:  National Association of Student Personnel Administrators         (NASPA).

McGuire, J.M.  (1988). An approach to meeting the needs of the learning disabled student in a two year college

        setting:  Mitchell College's Learning Resource Center.  In C.T. Mangrum & S.S. Strichart (Eds.), College and         the learning disabled (2nd ed.) (pp. 229-236).  New York:  Grune & Stratton, Inc.

Cherkes Julkowski, M., McGuire, J., et al.  (1987). Encouraging flexible strategy usage in handicapped

        learners.  In J.M. Berg (Ed.), Science and service in mental retardation (pp. 189-196).  London:  Methuen         Press.

Journal Articles

Full Paper Refereed

Parker, D.R., White, C.E., Collins, L., Banerjee, M., & McGuire, J.M. (in press). Learning technologies

   management system (LiTMS): A multidimensional service delivery model for college students with learning

   disabilities and ADHD. Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability.                      

Cheesman, E.A., McGuire, J.M., Shankweiler, D., & Coyne, M. (in press).  First year teacher knowledge of  

   phonemic awareness and its instruction.  Teacher Education and Special Education.

McGuire, J.M., & Scott, S.S. (2006). Universal Design for Instruction: Extending the universal design paradigm         to college instruction.  Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 19, 124-134.

McGuire, J., & Scott, S. (2006). An approach to inclusive college instruction: Universal Design for Instruction.          Learning Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 14, 21-31. 

McGuire, J., Scott, S., & Shaw, S. (2006). Universal Design and its application in educational environments.         Remedial and Special Education, 27, 166-175.

Scott, S., & McGuire, J. (2006). Providing inclusive instruction for college students with learning disabilities:          Are there lessons to be learned from foreign language instruction?  Journal of Excellence in College         Teaching, 16, 117-140.

McGuire, J.M., & Scott, S.S. (2005).  Test review: Modern Language Aptitude Test. Journal of Psychoeducational         Assessment, 23, 96-104.        

Embry, P.B., Parker, D.R., McGuire, J.M., & Scott, S.S.  (2005). Postsecondary disability service providers’         perceptions about implementing Universal Design for Instruction (UDI).  Journal of Postsecondary         Education and Disability, 18, 34-48.

Madaus, J. W., Scott, S. S., & McGuire, J. M. (2005, January). Facultyware:  An on-line resource on Universal         Design for Instruction. e-Learning Dialogue. Retrieved from

        http://www.campus-technology.com/news_article.asp?id=10472&typeid=155.

Full Paper Refereed (continued)

Goodin, G.S., Parker, D.R., Shaw, S., & McGuire, J.M.  (2004). Program evaluation of postsecondary student         services: From theory to practice.  Boston, MA: Association on Higher Education and Disability         (AHEAD).

                

McGuire, J.M., Scott, S.S., & Shaw, S.F. (2003).  Universal Design for Instruction: The paradigm, its principles,

and products for enhancing instructional access.  Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 17, 11-21.

Madaus, J.W., Ruban, L.M., Foley, T.E., & McGuire, J.M.  (2003). Attributes contributing to the employment         satisfaction of university graduates with learning disabilities.  Learning Disability Quarterly, 26, 159-169.

Parker, D.R., Shaw, S.F., & McGuire, J.M.  (2003). Program evaluation for postsecondary disability services.          Journal of Developmental Education, 27, 2-10.

Scott, S.S., McGuire, J.M., & Foley, T.E.  (2003). Universal Design for Instruction: A framework for

anticipating and responding to disability and other diverse learning needs in the college classroom.  Equity & Excellence in Education, 36, 40-49.

Scott, S.S., McGuire, J.M., & Shaw, S.F.  (2003). Universal Design for Instruction: A new paradigm for adult         instruction in postsecondary education.  Remedial and Special Education, 24, 369-379.

Ruban, L.M., McCoach, D.B., McGuire, J.M., & Reis, S.M.  (2003). The differential impact of academic self-

regulatory methods on academic achievement among university students with and without learning disabilities.  Journal of Learning Disabilities, 36, 270-286.

Madaus, J.W., Foley, T.E., McGuire, J.M., &  Ruban, L.M.  (2002). Employment self-disclosure of

postsecondary graduates with learning disabilities: Rates and rationales.  Journal of Learning Disabilities, 35, 364-369.

McGuire, J.M., & Scott, S.S. (2002, Spring).  Universal design for instruction: A promising new paradigm for

        higher education.  Perspectives, 28, 27-29.

Madaus, J.W., Foley, T.E., McGuire, J.M., & Ruban, L.M.  (2001). A followup investigation of university graduates         with learning disabilities.  Career Development for Exceptional Individuals, 24, 133-146.

 

Reis, S., McGuire, J.M., & Neu, T.W. (2000). Compensation strategies used by high ability students with learning         disabilities who succeed in college.  Gifted Child Quarterly, 44, 123-134.

Bigaj, S.J., Shaw, S.F., & McGuire, J.M. (1999). Community-technical college faculty willingness to use and                 Self-reported use of accommodation strategies for students with learning disabilities. The Journal for                 Vocational Special Needs Education, 21, 3-14.

Shaw, S.F., McGuire, J.M., & Madaus, J.W.  (1997). Standards of professional practice.  Journal of

        Postsecondary Education and Disability, 12, 26-35.

Full Paper Refereed (continued)

Reis, S.M., Neu, T.W., & McGuire, J.M.  (1997). Case studies of high ability students with learning disabilities

   who have achieved.  Exceptional Children, 63 (4), 463-479.

Cullen, J.P., Shaw, S.F., & McGuire, J.M.  (1996). Practitioner support of self-advocacy among college students         with learning disabilities:  A comparison of practices and attitudes.  Journal of Postsecondary Education         and Disability, 12, 2-15.

McGuire, J.M., Madaus, J.W., Litt, A.V., & Ramirez, M.O.  (1996). An investigation of documentation         submitted by university students to verify their learning disabilities.  Journal of Learning Disabilities,

        29, 297-304.

Shaw, S.F., Cullen, J.P., McGuire, J.M., & Brinckerhoff, L.C.  (1995). Operationalizing a definition of learning         disabilities.  Journal of Learning Disabilities, 28, 586-597.

Bigaj, S.J., Shaw, S.F., Cullen, J.P., McGuire, J.M., & Yost, D.S.  (1995). Services for students with learning         disabilities at two- and four-year colleges and universities:  Are they different?  Community College

        Review, 23, 17-36.

Brinckerhoff, L.B., Shaw, S.F., & McGuire, J.M.  (1992). Promoting access, accommodations, and

        independence for college students with learning disabilities.  Journal of Learning Disabilities, 25, 417 429.

Spillane, S., McGuire, J.M., & Norlander, K.A.  (1992). Undergraduate admissions policies, practices, and

        procedures for applicants with learning disabilities.  Journal of Learning Disabilities, 25, 665 670.

Walker, J., Shaw, S.F., & McGuire, J.M.  (1992). Concerns of professionals and consumers regarding

postsecondary education for students with learning disabilities.  Learning Disabilities:  A Multidisciplinary

Journal, 3, 13 18.

McGuire, J.M., Hall, D., & Litt, V.  (1991). A field based study of the direct service needs of college students

        with learning disabilities.  Journal of College Student Personnel, 32, 101 108.

Shaw, S.F., Brinckerhoff, L.C., Kistler, J.K., & McGuire, J.M.  (1991). Preparing students with learning

        disabilities for postsecondary education:  Issues and future needs.  Learning Disabilities:  A Multidisciplinary

        Journal, 2, 21 26.

McGuire, J.M., Norlander, K.A., & Shaw, S.F.  (1990). Postsecondary education for students with learning

        disabilities:  Forecasting challenges for the future.  Learning Disabilities Focus, 5, 69 74.  (Also in ERIC         Document Reproduction Service No. EJ 413 214)

Norlander, K.A., Shaw, S.F., & McGuire, J.M.  (1990). Competencies of postsecondary education personnel

        serving students with learning disabilities.  Journal of Learning Disabilities, 23, 426 432.  (Also in ERIC

        Document Reproduction Service No. EJ 416 552)

McGuire, J.M., & O'Donnell, J.M.  (1989). Helping learning disabled students to achieve:  Collaboration         between the faculty and support services.  College Teaching, 37, 29 32.

Full Paper Refereed (continued)

McGuire, J.M., & Shaw, S.F.  (1987). A decision making process for the college bound learning disabled

        student:  Matching learner, institution, and support program.  Learning Disability Quarterly, 10, 106 111.

Shaw, S.F., Norlander, K.A., & McGuire, J.M.  (1987). Training leadership personnel for learning disability

        college programs.  Teacher Education and Special Education, 19 (3), 108 112.

Short Paper Refereed

Shaw, S.F., Scott, S.S., & McGuire, J.M.  (2001). Teaching college students with learning disabilities.  ERIC         EC Digest #E618.  Arlington, VA:  Council for Exceptional Children.

McGuire, J.M., & Shaw, S.F.  (1996). Changing times in postsecondary education for students with disabilities.         Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 21, 1.

McGuire, J.M.  (Ed.).  (1991). From the field:  Insights on issues.  Journal of Postsecondary Education and         Disability, 9 (1 & 2), 235-238.  Also in M. Farrell (Ed.), Support services for students with learning         disabilities in higher education:  A compendium of readings, Book 3 (pp. 31 33).  Columbus, OH:  AHEAD.

McGuire, J.M., Harvey, D.H., & Plante, S.T.  (1983). Meeting the needs of learning disabled college students.

        Journal of Learning Skills, 29 34.

Training Materials, Manuals, Handbooks, and Guides

Parker, D.R., Madaus, J.W., McGuire, J.M., Plaia, K., White, C., & McKinney, S.  (2006).                         Learning specialist training manual (2nd ed., revised).  Storrs: University of Connecticut Program for           College Students with Learning Disabilities UPLD).

Scott, S.S., & McGuire, J.M. (2005). UDI orientation modules: Customizable training for colleges and         

        universities. Storrs:  University of Connecticut, Center on Postsecondary Education and Disability.          Available at http://www.facultyware.uconn.edu/modules.cfm

Embry, P., Scott, S., & McGuire, J. (2004). The inclusive teaching assistant:  A resource for graduate student

        instructors.  Storrs:  University of Connecticut, Center on Postsecondary Education and Disability.

Scott, S.S., & McGuire, J.M.  (2004). Universal Design for Instruction orientation materials (2nd revision).

        Storrs, CT: Center on Postsecondary Education and Disability.

Embry, P., Scott, S., & McGuire, J. (2004). The legal context for postsecondary students with disabilities,

 institutions of higher education, and faculty members.  Storrs:  University of Connecticut, Center on Postsecondary Education and Disability. Available at www.facultyware.uconn.edu/files/LegalResources.pdf

Scott, S.S., & McGuire, J.M.  (2003). Universal Design for Instruction orientation materials (revised).  Storrs,

        CT: Center on Postsecondary Education and Disability.

Embry, P., Scott, S.S., & McGuire, J.M.  (2002). An introduction to disabilities:  A resource for administrators,         college and university faculty, learning specialists, and service providers.  Storrs:  Center on Postsecondary

Training Materials, Manuals, Handbooks, and Guides (continued)         

 

   Education and Disability, University of Connecticut.  Available at: www.facultyware.uconn.edu

Scott, S.S., & McGuire, J.M.  (2001). Universal Design for Instruction: Orientation materials (handbook for         faculty).  Storrs, CT: Center on Postsecondary Education and Disability.

McGuire, J.M., Madaus, J.W., & Peck, H.L. (2000).  University of Connecticut Program for College Students

with Learning Disabilities (UPLD): Student handbook (2nd ed., rev.).  Storrs, CT: Postsecondary Education Disability Unit.

Handbook for Doctoral Students in Education: Field of Study/Special Education (2005 revision). Handbook         developed by Special Education Doctoral Program Review Committee, J.M. McGuire, Chair.

McGuire, J.M., Madaus, J.W., & Plaia, K.  (1998). Learning specialist training manual (2nd ed.).  Storrs:          University of Connecticut, Postsecondary Education Disability Unit.

McGuire, J.M.  (1993). Information about employees with learning disabilities:  A handbook for employers.

        Storrs:  University of Connecticut, Pappanikou Center on Special Education and Rehabilitation.

McGuire, J.M., Litt, A.V., & Lewis, J.  (1993). University of Connecticut Program for College Students with

        Learning Disabilities (UPLD):  Student handbook (pp. 49).  Storrs:  University of Connecticut, Pappanikou         Center on Special Education and Rehabilitation.

Madaus, J.W., Anderson, P.L., & McGuire, J.M.  (Eds.).  (1993). Resource guide of support services for

        students with disabilities in Connecticut colleges and universities (pp. 91).  Storrs:  University of Connecticut,         Postsecondary Disability Technical Assistance Center, Pappanikou Center on Special Education and         Rehabilitation.

Madaus, J.W., Anderson, P.L., & McGuire, J.M.  (Eds.).  (1993). Resource guide of support services for        

        individuals with disabilities in Connecticut adult education programs (pp. 50).  Storrs:   University of         Connecticut, Postsecondary Disability Technical Assistance Center, Pappanikou Center on Special Education         and Rehabilitation.

McGuire, J.M., & Litt, A.V.  (Eds.).  (1992). Learning specialist training manual   revised (pp. 75).  Storrs:

        University of Connecticut Program for College Students with Learning Disabilities (UPLD), Pappanikou         Center on Special Education and Rehabilitation.

McGuire, J.M., & Shaw, S.F.  (Eds.).  (1990). Resource guide of support services for students with learning

        disabilities in Connecticut colleges and universities (2nd ed.).  Storrs:  University of Connecticut, A.J.         Pappanikou Center on Special Education and Rehabilitation:  A University Affiliated Program.

McGuire, J.M., & Shaw, S.F.  (Eds.).  (1989). Resource guide of support services for students with learning

        disabilities in Connecticut colleges and universities.  Storrs:  University of Connecticut, Special Education         Center.

McGuire, J.M., & Shaw, S.F.  (1986). McGuire Shaw postsecondary selection guide for learning disabled

        students (MSG).  Storrs:  University of Connecticut, Special Education Center.  

Conference Proceedings and Presentations

Full Paper Refereed

Banerjee, M., Madaus, J., & McGuire, J.M.  (2009, May).  LD documentation guidelines: Examining service          provider decision-making.  Presentation at Educational Testing Service 12th annual meeting, Office of

   Disability Policy.

Banerjee, M., & McGuire, J.M. (2009, April). Inclusive high stakes test design: Policy implications for future       large scale assessments.  Paper presented at American Educational Research Association annual meeting, San    Diego.

Madaus, J., Banerjee, M., & McGuire, J.M.  (2009, April). Preparing postsecondary learning disability                 documentation: Suggestions for practice.  Paper presented at Council for Exceptional Children annual                convention, Seattle.

Banerjee, M., & McGuire, J.M. (2009, January).  Universal Design for Instruction: Using utilitarian                      technologies to create accessible instruction for diverse students. Workshop presentation for Institute of            Teaching and Learning, University of Connecticut.

Banerjee, M., & McGuire, J.M. (2008, October).  Universal Design for Instruction: The power of one simple          idea serving many students in multiple settings.  Workshop presented at Colleges of the Fenway Teaching and    Learning Conference, Boston.

McGuire, J.M., & Banerjee, M.  (2008, June).  Shifting the focus: Technology tools for in clusive instruction. Paper     presented at the NorthEast Regional Computing Program (NERCOMP) Conference, Wesleyan University,        

   Middletown, CT.

 

Banerjee, M., & McGuire, J.M. (2008, January). Promoting inclusion and universal design in high stakes tests  

   through examinee choice for test design.  Paper presented at the Hawaii International Conference on  

   Education, Honolulu, HI.

McGuire, J.M., & Banerjee, M. (2008, January). Technology competency requirements in postsecondary                education: Implications for transition planning for students with  learning disabilities.  Paper presented at the    Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.

McGuire, J.M.  (2007, June).  Universal design: A primer on its what's, who's, where's, how's, and... so what's.              Presentation at 19th annual Postsecondary Disability Training Institute, Saratoga Springs, NY.

Dukes, L.L., McGuire, J.M., Parker, D.R., & Reustle, M. (2007, June).  Kicking it up a notch: A recipe for

     fine-tuning your program evaluation.  Half day workshop at 19th annual Postsecondary Disability Training               Institute, Saratoga Springs, NY.

Banerjee, M., Hannafin, R., McGuire, J.M., & Scott, S.S. (2006, April). Using adapted test preparation

     materials for inclusive assessment practices for students with learning disabilities.  Paper presented the

     annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Chicago, IL.

McGuire, J.M., & Scott, S.S.  (2005, August).  Research from coast to coast: Models of faculty/staff training:

 Full Paper Refereed (continued)

The Universal Design for Instruction project.  Pre-conference full day professional development workshop at international conference of the Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD), Milwaukee, WI.

Foley, T.E., & McGuire, J.M.  (2005, April).  Community college students’ understandings of fractions:

Cognitive and metacognitive characteristics of their verbalizations. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Montreal, Canada.

McGuire, J.M., & Scott, S.S. (2004, July).  Universal Design for Instruction (UDI): The paradigm and

products.  Paper presented at the 5th international conference on Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, Austria.  Co-sponsored by the University of Innsbruck and the University of New Orleans.

Scott, S.S., & McGuire, J.M.  (2004, June).  Facultyware: Empowering faculty with tools for Universal Design

        for Instruction. Presentation at 16th annual Postsecondary Disability Training Institute, Mt. Snow, VT.

Ruban, L.M., McCoach, D.B., McGuire, J.M., & Reis, S.M.  (2004, March).  The differential impacts of

standardized admission testing scores and self-regulatory factors on the academic achievement of university students with and without learning disabilities. Paper presented at the Oxford Round Table on the Issues of Disabled Children, Oxford, England.

McGuire, J.M., & Scott, S.S.  (2003, November).  Inclusive instruction for college students with LD:

Perspectives of students and faculty. Paper presented at 54th annual conference of The International Dyslexia Association,         San Diego, CA.

Scott, S.S., & McGuire, J.M.  (2003, July).  Promoting Universal Design in college instruction: Changing roles,         responsibilities, and relationships with faculty. Paper presented at 26th annual Association on Higher

        Education and Disability (AHEAD) conference, Dallas, TX.

Embry, P.E., Parker, D.R., Scott, S.S., & McGuire, J.M.  (2003, July).  Learning from the experts: Service         providers’ views of Universal Design for Instruction (UDI). Paper presented at 26th annual Association on         Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD) conference, Dallas, TX.

Scott, S.S., & McGuire, J.M.  (2003, June).  Collaborating with faculty in an era of Universal Design for

         Instruction. Three day strand at 15th annual Postsecondary Disability Training Institute, Mystic, CT.

Madaus, J.W., Ruban, L.M., Foley, T.E., & McGuire, J.M.  (2003, April).  Life after college: Employment

 Efficacy and satisfaction of graduates with learning disabilities. Paper presented at annual convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Seattle, WA.

Madaus, J.W., Ruban, L.M., Foley, T.E., & McGuire, J.M.  (2003, April). Variables contributing to perceptions

        of employment satisfaction in university graduates with learning disabilities.  Paper presented at annual         meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

Madaus, J.W., Scott, S.S., & McGuire, J.M.  (2003, April).  A two-step electronic juried review process to

promote Universal Design for Instruction and enhance academic access for college students with diverse

learning needs.  Paper presented at annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association,

Chicago, IL.        

Full Paper Refereed (continued)

Foley, T.E., Madaus, J.W., McGuire, J.M., & Ruban, L.M. (2003, February).  University graduates with

        learning disabilities: A followup investigation.  Paper presented at the international conference of the Learning         Disabilities Association, Chicago.

Scott, S.S., & McGuire, J.M.  (2002, November).  Teaching college students with disabilities: An opportunity

         for transformative learning.  Paper presented at annual conference of the New England Faculty Development         Consortium, Worcester, MA.

McGuire, J.M., & Scott, S.S.  (2002, June).  We're not in Kansas anymore!  Following a path through the

labyrinth to learning. Invited keynote address at 14th annual Postsecondary Learning Disability Training

Institute, Burlington, VT.

Scott, S.S., & McGuire, J.M. (2002, June).  Focus on faculty:  Issues in implementing Universal Design for         Instruction.  Three day strand at 14th annual Postsecondary Learning Disability Training Institute, Burlington,         VT.

Korbel, D.M., Lucia, J.H., & McGuire, J.M. (2002, February).  Preparing for the road ahead: A template for         transition planning.  Presentation at international conference of the Learning Disabilities Association of         America, Denver, CO.

McGuire, J.M., & Scott, S.S. (2001, October).  Universal Design for Instruction: Changing the landscape of         learning in higher education. Invited presentation at 52nd annual conference of the International Dyslexia         Association, Albuquerque, NM.            

Scott, S.S., &  McGuire, J.M. (2001, July).  Universal Design for Instruction: Promoting equal access through

         a new paradigm.  Presentation at 24th annual conference of the Association on Higher Education and         Disability, Portland, OR.

McGuire, J.M., Brinckerhoff, L.C., Banerjee, M., Bisagno, J., Byron, J., & Russell, L. (2001, June).  Leadership         issues for veterans in the field.  Three day strand at the 13th annual Postsecondary Learning Disability         Training Workshop, Portland, ME.

McGuire, J.M., & Scott, S.S.  (2001, April).  Universal Design for Instruction (UDI):  Anticipating and         responding to student diversity in the classroom.  Strand presentation at the annual Council for         Exceptional

        Children international conference, Kansas City, MO.

                Scott, S.S., & McGuire, J.M. (2001, April).  The application of Universal Design for Instruction to college         instruction: Creating a web site resource.  Strand presentation at the annual Council for Exceptional Children         international conference, Kansas City, MO.

                Scott, S.S., & McGuire, J.M. (2001, March).  Universal design for instruction: Promoting equal access through

                         a new paradigm.  Presentation at the 17th annual Pacific Rim Conference on Disabilities, Waikiki, HI.

McGuire, J.M., Madaus, J.W., & Currie, J.H.  (2000, October).  Secondary/Postsecondary transition issues:

   Shall the twain ever meet?  Presentation at the 22nd international conference of the Council on Learning         Disabilities, Austin, TX.

Full Paper Refereed (continued)

McGuire, J.M., & Korbel, D.  (2000, June). The  winds of change: Will they fill your sails…or blow you away?          Workshop strand at the 12th annual Postsecondary Learning Disability Training Institute, Saratoga Springs,

        NY.

McGuire, J.M. (2000, April). Documentation of learning disabilities for postsecondary accommodations:         Research on one university's profile.  Presentation at annual conference of the Council for Exceptional         Children, Vancouver, B.C.

McGuire, J.M., Russell, L.H., & Brinckerhoff, L.B.  (1999, October).  Transition planning for students with         

        disabilities.   Presentation at the National Forum, annual conference of The College Board, San Diego.

McGuire, J.M., & Madaus, J.W.  (1999, June).  Programming from A (Admissions) to Z (Zany).  Workshop         strand at the 11th annual Postsecondary Learning Disability Training Institute, Burlington, VT.

McGuire, J.M., & Madaus, J.W.  (1999, February).  We’ve come a long way, but . . .!  Presentation at the 36th         annual international conference of the Learning Disabilities Association of America, Atlanta, GA.

Shaw, S.F., McGuire, J.M., & Brinckerhoff, L.B.  (1998, November).  A new age of professionalism:  Serving         college students with learning disabilities.  Presentation at the 20th international conference of the Council for         Learning Disabilities, Albuquerque, NM.

Keiser, S., McGuire, J.M., Lorri, B., & Zvi, J.  (1998, November).  Diagnosis, disability, and documentation         under ADA:  What’s needed for accommodation.  Presentation at annual international conference of the         International Dyslexia Association, San Francisco, CA.

McGuire, J.M.  (1998, November).  The invisible disabilities (LD, ADD/ADHD).  Presentation at the National

        Forum, annual conference of The College Board, Orlando, FL.

O’Connor, M.L., McGuire, J.M., & Madaus, J.W.  (1998, July).  Educational training and professional         development for postsecondary disability service providers:  Honing our skills while we do our jobs.          Presentation at the international conference of the Association on Higher Education and Disability, Las Vegas,         NV.

McGuire, J.M., & Madaus, J.W.  (1998, June).  Programming from A (Admissions) to Z (Zany).  Workshop         strand at the 10th annual Postsecondary Learning Disability Training Institute, Portland, ME.

McGuire, J.M.  (1998, March).  Forks in the road:  Transition as decision-making and path-finding.          Presentation at 35th annual international conference of the Learning Disabilities Association of America,         Washington, DC.

Brinckerhoff, L.C., McGuire, J.M., et al.  (1997, July).  AHEAD’s Ad Hoc Committee on learning disabilities         and ADHD:  Shared findings and future implications.  Presentation at the 20th annual international conference         of the Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD), Boston, MA.

McGuire, J.M., & Brinckerhoff, L.C.  (1997, June).  Crafting campus policies:  Facing ongoing challenges to         access and equity.  Workshop strand at the 9th annual Postsecondary Learning Disability Training Institute,         

Full Paper Refereed (continued)

   Saratoga Springs, NY.

McGuire, J.M.  (1996, October).  College-bound students with disabilities:  Services offered by colleges and         universities.  Presentation at the National Forum, annual conference of The College Board, New York.

McGuire, J.M., Brinckerhoff, L.C., Hatzes, N., & Proctor, K.  (1996, July).  Policies, procedures, and campus         politics:  Keeping an ear to the ground and an eye on the forecast.  Workshop at the annual conference of the         Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD), New Orleans, LA.

Shaw, S.F., Brinckerhoff, L.C., Madaus, J., McGuire, J.M., & Jarrow, J.E.  (1996, July).  AHEAD Professional

        Standards.  Plenary session at the annual conference of the Association on Higher Education and Disability         

        (AHEAD), New Orleans, LA.

Hatzes, N.M., & McGuire, J.M.  (1996, July).  In their own words:  Factors affecting the outcomes of university         students with learning disabilities.  Presentation at the annual conference of the Association on Higher         Education and Disability (AHEAD), New Orleans, LA.

McGuire, J.M., & Brinckerhoff, L.B.  (1996, June).  Policies, procedures, and campus politics:  The spirit of         fairness and the leverage of the law.  Workshop strand at the 8th annual Postsecondary Learning Disability         Training Institute, Newport, RI.

McGuire, J.M.  (1995, September).  Promoting a pathway to independence:  A model of a university program

        for students with learning disabilities.  Invited presentation at 25th anniversary of the Curry College Program         for Advancement of Learning (PAL), Dedham, MA.

Chiba, C., Halper, A., McGuire, J., & Shekim, W.  (1995, July).  Roundtable on LD and ADD:  Determining         eligibility and reasonable accommodations.  Presentation at the 18th annual conference of the Association on         Higher Education and Disability, San Jose, CA.

McGuire, J.M., Chapps, J., Hatzes, N., Litt, A.V., & Zera, D.A.  (1995, July).  Self-determination and students         with learning disabilities.  Presentation at the 18th annual conference of the Association on Higher Education         and Disability, San Jose, CA.

Brinckerhoff, L.B., McGuire, J.M., & Shaw, S.F.  (1995, July).  Promoting postsecondary education for         students with learning disabilities.  Half-day workshop at the 18th annual conference of the Association on         Higher Education and Disability, San Jose, CA.

McGuire, J.M., & Neu, T.W.  (1995, June).  Talented AND LD?  A plausible paradox with potential for pursuits         in science and mathematics.  Paper presented at the Invitational Conference on Learning Disabilities and the         Teaching of Science and Mathematics, National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA.

Richard, P., & McGuire, J.M.  (1995, June).  From assessment to accommodations.  Workshop strand at the 7th         

        annual Postsecondary Learning Disability Training Institute, Farmington, CT.

McGuire, J.M., Litt, A.V., Silver, B., Hatzes, N., & Madaus, J.W.  (1995, April).  An exploratory study of the

        effectiveness of a university support program for students with learning disabilities in promoting

Full Paper Refereed (continued)

        independence and success.  Presentation at annual conference of the American Educational Research         Association, San Francisco, CA.

McGuire, J.M.  (1995, March).  Preparing college students with learning disabilities for transition to

        employment.  Presentation at annual conference of Learning Disabilities Association of America, Orlando, FL.

Anderson, P.L., & McGuire, J.M.  (1994, July).  Instructional strategies and accommodations for college

        students with learning disabilities.  Presentation at the annual conference of the Association on Higher         Education and Disability, Columbus, OH.

Litt, A.V., & McGuire, J.M.  (1994, March).  Pursuing a path to independence:  A model of self directedness         

          for college students with learning disabilities.  Presentation at the 18th annual conference of the National         Association for Developmental Education, Kansas City, MO.

McGuire, J.M., Litt, A.V., & Ramirez, M.  (1993, October).  A follow up investigation of the instructional

        needs of college students with learning disabilities.  Paper presented at the 15th international conference of the         Council for Learning Disabilities, Baltimore, MD.

Bloomer, R.H., Norlander, K.A., & McGuire, J.M.  (1993, October).  Discrepancy models in the identification

        of postsecondary students with learning disabilities.  Paper presented at the 15th international conference of         the Council for Learning Disabilities, Baltimore, MD.

Anderson, P.L., & McGuire, J.M.  (1993, July).  A blueprint for conducting faculty workshops on learning

        disabilities.  Presentation at the annual conference of the Association on Higher Education and Disability,

        Baltimore, MD.

McGuire, J.M.  (1993, June).  Using data to expand your research agenda.  Workshop strand at 5th annual

        Conference on Serving College Students with Learning Disabilities:  A Postsecondary Training Institute,         Farmington, CT.

Anderson, P.L., McGuire, J.M., & Litt, A.V.  (1993, March).  Implementing instructional strategies and

        accommodations for adults with learning disabilities.  Presentation at 17th annual conference of the National         Association for Developmental Education, Washington, DC.

Anderson, P.L., McGuire, J.M., & Litt, A.V.  (1993, February).  Working on the front line:  Implementing

        instructional strategies and accommodations for adults with learning disabilities.  Presentation at the 30th         international conference of the Learning Disabilities Association, San Francisco, CA.

McGuire, J.M.  (1993, February).  How to choose a college with LD support services.  Presentation at the 30th

        international conference of the Learning Disabilities Association, San Francisco, CA.

Reis, S., McGuire, J.M., & Neu, T.  (1992, November).  Case studies of college gifted students with learning

        disabilities.  Presentation at the 39th annual convention of the National Association for Gifted Children, Los         Angeles, CA.

McGuire, J.M., Hall, D., Ramirez, M., & Cullen, J.  (1992, October).  Documentation submitted to validate

Full Paper Refereed (continued)

        learning disabilities in a college sample.  Poster session at 14th international conference of the Council for         Learning Disabilities, Kansas City, MO.

McGuire, J.M., Shaw, S.F., Norlander, K., Bloomer, R., & Cullen, J.  (1992, July).  The changing role of

        assessment for students with learning disabilities.  Preconference workshop at annual conference of AHEAD         (Association on Higher Education and Disability), Long Beach, CA.

Anderson, P.L., McGuire, J.M., & Lewis, V.F.  (1992, July).  Enhancing access to higher education for students         with learning disabilities:  A technical assistance model.  Conference presentation and publication in D. Ellis         & M. Farrell (Eds.), Proceedings of the 1991 conference of AHEAD (pp. 10 17).  Columbus, OH:  AHEAD.

McGuire, J.M.  (1992, June).  Actualizing potential:  Techniques to enhance student independence.  Workshop

        strand at the 4th annual Conference on Serving College Students with Learning Disabilities:  A Postsecondary         Training Institute, Farmington, CT.

Norlander, K.A., Bloomer, R.H., Shaw, S.F., & McGuire, J.M.  (1991, November).  Transition planning for

        students with learning disabilities:  The changing role of assessment.  Presentation at CEC's Topical         Conference on At Risk Children and Youth, New Orleans, LA.

Shaw, S.F., Brinckerhoff, L.C., McGuire, J.M., & Price, L.  (1991, October).  Critical issues in postsecondary

        programming for students with learning disabilities.  Workshop presentation at the 13th international         conference of the Council for Learning Disabilities, Minneapolis, MN.

Shaw, S.F., Brinckerhoff, L.C., McGuire, J.M., & Price, L.  (1991, July).  Issues, realities, and

 recommendations for postsecondary students with learning disabilities.  Preconference half day workshop for the annual conference of the Association on Handicapped Student Service Programs in Postsecondary Education (AHSSPPE), Minneapolis, MN.

McGuire, J.M., & Bieber, N.  (1990).  Providing learning disabilities services at technical colleges:  A new

        challenge.  Conference presentation and publication in J. Vander Putten (Ed.), Proceedings of the 1989         National AHSSPPE Conference (pp. 106 111).  Columbus, OH:  AHSSPPE.

Brinckerhoff, L.C., Adelman, P., Cowen, S., & McGuire, J.M.  (1990, August).  Approaches to effective data

        collection for enhancing LD service delivery.  Preconference workshop for the annual conference of the         Association on Handicapped Student Service Programs in Postsecondary Education (AHSSPPE), Nashville,         TN.

McGuire, J.M.  (1990, August).  Fine tuning the melody of effective management:  Notes for the nineties. 

        Presentation at the annual conference of the Association on Handicapped Student Service Programs in         Postsecondary Education (AHSSPPE), Nashville, TN.

Shaw, S., Brinckerhoff, L., McGuire, J., & Norlander, K.  (1990, August).  Inservice training for postsecondary

   learning disability personnel.  Presentation at the annual conference of the Association on Handicapped         Student Service Programs in Postsecondary Education (AHSSPPE), Nashville, TN.

McGuire, J.M.  (1990, June).  Program organization and management:  Moving beyond the basics.  Workshop

Full Paper Refereed (continued)

        strand at the 2nd annual conference on Serving College Students with Learning Disabilities:  Priorities for the         Next Decade, Hartford, CT.

Shaw, S.F., Brinckerhoff, L., & McGuire, J.M.  (1990, April).  Collaborative transition planning:  Preparing

        learning disabled students for secondary education.  Presentation at the annual convention of Council for         Exceptional Children (CEC), Toronto.

McGuire, J.M., & O'Donnell, J.M.  (1990, March).  Disguises of the learning disabled.  Presentation at the 14th

        annual conference of the National Association for Developmental Education (NADE), Boston.

Shaw, S.F., Brinckerhoff, L., & McGuire, J.M.  (1990, March).  Serving students with learning disabilities         

   current learning center resources:  Organizational and administrative considerations.  Presentation at the         14th annual conference of the National Association for Developmental Education (NADE), Boston.

Brinckerhoff, L., Shaw, S.F., & McGuire, J.M.  (1990, February).  An alternative approach to the traditional

        high school resource room model:  How to train students for independence before college.  Presentation at the         international conference of the Learning Disabilities Association of America (LDAA), Anaheim, CA.

McGuire, J.M., Decker, K., & Spector, S.  (1989, October).  Collaborating for independence:  Developing

        strategies for the transition to postsecondary education.  Presentation at the 11th international conference of         the Council for Learning Disabilities, Denver.

Norlander, K.N., & McGuire, J.M.  (1989, October).  Characteristics of students with learning disabilities in a

        university setting.  Presentation at the 11th international conference of the Council for Learning Disabilities,         Denver.

Shaw, S.F., Brinckerhoff, L., & McGuire, J.M.  (1989, October).  Enhancing postsecondary programs for

        students with learning disabilities.  Presentation at the 11th international conference of the Council for         Learning Disabilities, Denver.

McGuire, J.M., Harris, M.W., & Bieber, N.  (1989). Evaluating college programs for learning disabled college

        students:  An approach for adaptation.  Conference presentation and publication in Support services for LD         students in postsecondary education:  A compendium of readings, Vol. II (pp. 131 138).  Columbus, OH:          AHSSPPE.  Also in Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference of the Association on Handicapped Student         Service Programs in Postsecondary Education, 1987, pp. 53 58.

Brinckerhoff, L.C., Shaw, S.F., McGuire, J.M., Norlander, K.A., & Anderson, P.L.  (1988). Critical issues in

        learning disability college programming.  Conference presentation and publication in D. Knapke & C.         Lendman (Eds.), Proceedings of the 1988 National AHSSPPE Conference (pp. 19 40).  Columbus, OH:          AHSSPPE.  (Also in ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 322 672)

Shaw, S.F., Norlander, K.A., & McGuire, J.M.  (1988). The Connecticut Consortium:  A statewide effort to

        develop and enhance learning disability college programming. Conference presentation and publication in D.         Knapke & C. Lendman (Eds.), Capitalizing on the future:  Proceedings of the 1987 National Conference (pp.         65 68).  Columbus, OH:  AHSSPPE.

Dissertation

McGuire, J.M.  (1982). An investigation of attributional responses among mildly retarded, learning disabled,

        low achieving, and high achieving students following success and failure on achievement tasks.  Unpublished         doctoral dissertation, University of Connecticut, Storrs.

Technical Reports

McGuire, J.M., & Shaw, S.F.  (2007, June).  Center on Postsecondary Education and Disability:

   Annual Report (2006-2007).  Storrs, CT: University of Connecticut.

McGuire, J.M., & Shaw, S.F.  (2006, June).  Center on Postsecondary Education and Disability:

   Annual Report (2005-2006).  Storrs, CT: University of Connecticut.                        

McGuire, J.M., Scott, S.S., & Shaw, S.S. (2006, June).  Final grant performance report, “Designing Inclusive         College Teaching: Empowering Faculty to Promote Equal Educational Access for Students with Cognitive         Disabilities.” U.S. Office of Postsecondary Education, PR/Award #:P333A020036.

McGuire, J.M., & Shaw, S.F.  (2005, June).  Center on Postsecondary Education and Disability:

   Annual Report (2004-2005).  Storrs, CT: University of Connecticut.        

McGuire, J.M., & Shaw, S.F.  (2004, June).  Center on Postsecondary Education and Disability:

   Annual Report (2003-2004).  Storrs, CT: University of Connecticut.

McGuire, J.M., & Shaw, S.F.  (2003, June).  Center on Postsecondary Education and Disability:

   Annual Report (2002-2003).  Storrs, CT: University of Connecticut.                

Madaus, J.W., Scott, S.S., & McGuire, J.M.  (2002).  Addressing diversity in the classroom:  The approaches of         outstanding university professors (Technical Report #02).  Storrs:  Center on Postsecondary Education and         Disability, University of Connecticut.

Madaus, J.W., Scott, S.S., & McGuire, J.M.  (2002). Barriers and bridges to learning as perceived by         postsecondary students with learning disabilities (Technical Report #01).  Storrs:  Center on Postsecondary         Education and Disability, University of Connecticut.

Madaus, J.W., McGuire, J.M., Scott, S.S., & Shaw, S.F. (2001, June).  Grant performance report,

#P333A990036, Office of Postsecondary Education, covering period 4/21/00 - 6/15/01, "Assuring Equal Academic Access for College Students with Learning Disabilities by Implementing Universal Design in the Instructional Environment."

McGuire, J.M., Shaw, S.F., Scott, S.S., & Madaus, J.W.  (2000, April).  Grant performance report,

#P333A990036, Office of Postsecondary Education, covering period 9/12/99 - 4/20/00, "Assuring Equal Academic Access for College Students with Learning Disabilities by Implementing Universal Design in the Instructional Environment."

McGuire, J.M., & Madaus, J.W. (1999, July).  University of Connecticut Program for College Students with         Learning Disabilities (UPLD): Annual report (1998-99).  Storrs, CT: Postsecondary Education Disability         Unit.

Technical Reports (continued)

Brinckerhoff, L.C., McGuire, J.M., et al.  (1998). Guidelines for documentation of attention-deficit/         hyperactivity disorder in adolescents and adults.  Princeton, NJ:  Consortium on ADHD Documentation,         Educational Testing Service.

McGuire, J.M., & Apthorp, H.S.  (1997). Connecticut youth with disabilities:  An analysis of post high school         outcomes for graduates of 1995.  Technical research report for Connecticut Department of Education, Bureau         of Special Education and Pupil Services, and the Connecticut Department of Social Services, Bureau of         Rehabilitation Services.

Goodrich, B., & Stern, V.W.  (1996, November).  Teaching science and mathematics to students with learning         disabilities:  Challenges and resources.  A report on the 1995 NSF/AAAS Invitational Conference on

Learning Disabilities and the Teaching of Science and Mathematics.  Washington, DC:  American Association

        for the Advancement of Science.  Includes quotations from paper presented at the conference by Joan M.

   McGuire.

McGuire, J.M., & Apthorp, H.  (1996). Connecticut youth with disabilities:  An analysis of post high school         

   outcomes for cohort three.  Storrs:  A.J. Pappanikou Center on Special Education and Rehabilitation,         University of Connecticut.

Shaw, S.F., Cullen, J., & McGuire, J.M.  (1995). Independence vs. dependence:  A study of service providers’         intervention methods for college students with learning disabilities.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service

        No. ED 385 990)

Anderson, P.L., & McGuire, J.M.  (1995). Connecticut Postsecondary Disability Technical Assistance Center:         Annual report for the Department of Social Services Job Connection.  Storrs:  A.J. Pappanikou Center on         Special Education and Rehabilitation, University of Connecticut.

Anderson, P.L., & McGuire, J.M.  (1995). Storrs:  A.J. Pappanikou Center on Special Education and         Rehabilitation, University of Connecticut. Connecticut Postsecondary Disability Technical Assistance Center:

        Annual report for the Bureau of Adult Education and Training. 

McGuire, J.M., & Apthorp, H.S.  (1995). Connecticut youth with disabilities:  An analysis of post high school

        outcomes for cohort two.  Report prepared for Connecticut Department of Education and Connecticut         Department of Social Services.  Storrs:  University of Connecticut.

McGuire, J.M., & Anderson, P.L.  (1994). Connecticut postsecondary disability technical assistance center

        annual report:  1993 94.  Storrs:  University of Connecticut, A.J. Pappanikou Center on Special Education         and Rehabilitation.

Anderson, P.L., & McGuire, J.M.  (1994). Connecticut postsecondary disability technical assistance center

        annual report for the Department of Social Services/Job Connection:  1993 94.  Storrs:  University of         Connecticut, A.J. Pappanikou Center on Special Education and Rehabilitation.

Anderson, P.L., & McGuire, J.M.  (1994). Connecticut postsecondary disability technical assistance center

        annual report for the Bureau of Adult Education and Training, Connecticut State Department of Education:  

Technical Reports (continued)

        1993 94.  Storrs:  University of Connecticut, A.J. Pappanikou Center on Special Education and Rehabilitation.

McGuire, J.M., Apthorp, H.S., & Greenspan, S.  (1994). A baseline study of post high school outcomes of

        Connecticut youth with disabilities:  Final report.  Middletown:  Connecticut Department of Education,         Bureau of Special Education and Pupil Services.

McGuire, J.M., & Anderson, P.L.  (1993). Connecticut postsecondary learning disability technical assistance

        center annual report:  1992 93.  Hartford:  Connecticut Board of Higher Education.

McGuire, J.M., & Anderson, P.L.  (1992). Connecticut postsecondary learning disability technical assistance

        center annual report:  1991 92.  Hartford:  Connecticut Board of Higher Education.

McGuire, J.M., & Anderson, P.L.  (1991). Connecticut postsecondary learning disability technical assistance         center annual report:  1990 91.  Hartford:  Connecticut Department of Higher Education.

McGuire, J.M.  (1990). Connecticut postsecondary learning disability technical assistance center annual         report: 1989 90.  Hartford:  Connecticut Department of Higher Education.

McGuire, J.M., Archambault, F.X., Gillung, T., & Strauch, J.D.  (1989). Connecticut’s statewide follow up

        study of former special education program graduates.  Hartford:  Connecticut State Department of Education.          (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 303 951)

McGuire, J.M.  (1989). Connecticut postsecondary learning disability technical assistance center annual         report: 1988 89.  Hartford:  Connecticut Department of Higher Education.

McGuire, J.M.  (1988). Connecticut’s pilot programs for college students with learning disabilities:  Final

        report.  Hartford:  Connecticut Department of Higher Education.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No.         ED 294 363)

Norlander, K.A., Shaw, S.F., McGuire, J.M., & Anderson, P.L.  (1988). Connecticut consortium:  Services for

        postsecondary students with learning disabilities.  Hartford:  Connecticut Department of Higher Education.

McGuire, J.M.  (1987). University of Connecticut program for the learning disabled college student:  Annual

        report, 1986 87.  Storrs:  University of Connecticut, Special Education Center.

McGuire, J.M., et al.  (1984). The development of a support program for learning disabled students in a junior

        college setting.  New London, CT:  Mitchell College.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 243         532)

FUNDED GRANTS

2002 – 2005:   Principal Investigator and Co-Project Director (with Sally Scott and Stan Shaw) for U.S. Dept.                           of Education, Office of Postsecondary Education, Demonstration Project to Ensure Students      

                with Disabilities Receive a Quality Higher Education Program ($971,724.00.)

FUNDED GRANTS (continued)

2000 - 2001:        Principal Investigator, Neag School of Education Professional Development Initiative: Integrating technology into teaching and research ($6,000.)

1999-2002:        Co-Principal Investigator (with Stan Shaw), US Department of Education, Office of Postsecondary Education, “Assuring Equal Academic Access for College Students with LD by Implementing Universal Design in the Instructional Environment" ($1,307,537.00)

1999-2000:     Co-Director, Postsecondary Education Disability Unit, contract with EASTCONN Regional

Education Service Center for Postsecondary Learning Disability Training Institute (with Stan

                Shaw) ($84,635.)

1999-2000:         Co-Director, Postsecondary Education Disability Unit, contract with CT Bureau of Adult Education and Training and the Adult Training and Development Network of CT (with Stan Shaw) for technical assistance ($19,800.)

1998-1999:        Co-Director, Postsecondary Education Disability Unit, contract with EASTCONN Regional Education Service Center for Postsecondary Learning Disability Training Institute (with Stan

                Shaw) ($95,340.)

1997-1998:        Co-Director, Postsecondary Education Disability Unit, Pappanikou Center on Special Education and Rehabilitation, Technical Assistance, Connecticut State Department of Education, Bureau of Adult Education and Training ($19,635; 7/1/97-6/30/98)

1997-1998:        Co-Director, Postsecondary Education Disability Unit, Pappanikou Center on Special Education and Rehabilitation, contract with EASTCONN Regional Education Service Center for 10th Annual Postsecondary Learning Disability Training Institute ($35,000; 6/10-13/98)

1996 1997:        Principal Investigator, Connecticut State Department of Education Federally Sponsored Transition Grant, Follow up System Initiatives ($9,400; 10/1/96 9/30/97)

1996-1997:        Co-Director, Postsecondary Education Disability Unit, Pappanikou Center on Special Education and Rehabilitation, Technical Assistance, Connecticut State Department of Education, Bureau of Pupil Personnel Services and Bureau of Social Services/Job Connection ($8,000; 7/1/96-6/30/97)

1996-1997:        Co-Director, Postsecondary Education Disability Unit, Pappanikou Center on Special Education and Rehabilitation, Technical Assistance, Connecticut State Department of Education, Bureau of Adult Education and Training ($13,255; 7/1/96-6/30/97).

1996-1997:        Co-Director, Postsecondary Education Disability Unit, Pappanikou Center on Special Education and Rehabilitation, contract with EASTCONN Regional Education Service Center for 9th Annual Postsecondary Learning Disability Training Institute ($34,063; 6/18-21/97).

1995-1996:        Co-Director, Postsecondary Education Disability Unit, Pappanikou Center on Special Education and Rehabilitation, Technical Assistance, Connecticut State Department of Education, Bureau of Adult Education and Training ($6,450; 7/1/95-6/30/96).

FUNDED GRANTS (continued)

1995 1996:        Principal Investigator, Connecticut State Department of Education Federally Sponsored

                        Transition Grant, Follow up System Initiatives ($9,400; 10/1/95 9/30/96).

1995-1996:        Co-Director, Postsecondary Education Disability Unit, Pappanikou Center on Special Education and Rehabilitation, Technical Assistance, Connecticut State Department of Education, Bureau of Pupil Personnel Services and Bureau of Social Services/Job Connection ($11,250; 7/1/95-6/30/96).

1995-1996:        Co-Director, Postsecondary Education Disability Unit, Pappanikou Center on Special Education

and Rehabilitation, contract with EASTCONN Regional Education Service Center for 8th Annual Postsecondary Learning Disability Training Institute ($38,975; 6/4-8/96).

1994 1995:        Principal Investigator, Connecticut State Department of Education Federally Sponsored Transition Grant, Follow up System Initiatives ($10,250; 10/1/94 9/30/95).

1994 1995:        Co Director, Postsecondary Education Disability Unit, Pappanikou Center on Special Education and Rehabilitation, Technical Assistance for Connecticut Adult Education Programs Regarding

                        Adults with Special Learning Needs ($12,250; 7/1/94 6/30/95).  Funding source:  Adult Training and Development Network of Connecticut.

1993 1994:        Principal Investigator, Connecticut State Department of Education Federally Sponsored Transition Grant, Follow up System Initiatives ($10,500; 10/1/93 9/30/94).

1993-1994:        Co Director, Postsecondary Education Unit, Pappanikou Center on Special Education and Rehabilitation, Technical Assistance for Connecticut Adult Education Programs Regarding Adults with Special Learning Needs ($10,750; 7/1/93 6/30/94).  Funding source:  Adult Training and Development Network of Connecticut.

1993 1994:        Co Director, Postsecondary Education Unit, Pappanikou Center on Special Education and Rehabilitation, Technical Assistance for the Department of Income Maintenance ($5,000; 7/1/93 6/30/94).  Funding source:  Connecticut Department of Income Maintenance.

1992 1993:        Co Director, Postsecondary Education Unit, Pappanikou Center on Special Education and Rehabilitation, Technical Assistance for Connecticut Adult Education Programs Regarding Adults with Special Learning Needs ($6,000; 7/1/92 6/30/93).

1992 1993:        Co Director, Postsecondary Education Unit, Pappanikou Center on Special Education and Rehabilitation, Technical Assistance for the Department of Income Maintenance ($5,000;

                         7/1/92 6/30/93).

1992 1993:        Principal Investigator, Connecticut Department of Higher Education Grant, Connecticut Postsecondary Learning Disability Technical Assistance Center ($75,287; 7/1/92 6/30/93).

1992 1993:        Principal Investigator, Connecticut State Department of Education Federally Sponsored Transition Grant, Follow up System Initiatives ($16,200; 10/1/92 9/30/93).

FUNDED GRANTS (continued)

1991 1992:        Principal Investigator, Connecticut Department of Higher Education Grant, Connecticut

                        Postsecondary Learning Disability Technical Assistance Center ($75,287; 7/1/91 6/30/92).

1990 1991:        Principal Investigator; Co Project Director (with S. Shaw), Connecticut Department of Higher Education Grant, Connecticut Postsecondary Learning Disability Technical Assistance Center, ($79,250, 7/1/90 6/30/91).

1989 1992:        Co Project Director (with S. Shaw and K. Norlander), Preparation of Leadership Personnel:  A

                        Doctoral Program to Prepare Personnel for LD Programs at the Postsecondary Level, OSERS

                        Grant, Department of Educational Psychology, University of Connecticut, ($268,000 over three year funding cycle, beginning 8/1/89).

1989 1990:        Co Director (with S. Shaw), Connecticut Department of Higher Education Grant, Connecticut Postsecondary Learning Disability Technical Assistance Center, ($79,250, 7/1/89 6/30/90).

1988 1989:        Co Director (with S. Shaw), Connecticut Department of Higher Education, Connecticut Postsecondary Learning Disability Technical Assistance Center, ($85,000, 7/1/88 6/30/89).

1987 1990:        Co Project Director (with S. Shaw and K. Norlander), Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS), U.S. Department of Education, Northeast Technical Assistance Center for L.D. College Programming, ($331,000 over three year funding cycle, beginning 8/1/87).

1982 1985:        Project Director, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS), U.S. Department of Education, Project Learning Disabled Students, (G008101598), Mitchell College, ($145,000 over three year funding cycle).

SCHOLARLY REPUTATION

2009, August.  Invited external reviewer of faculty portfolio for promotion to Professor, Miami University

        of Ohio, Department of Educational Psychology.

2009, April. Recipient of the Oliver P. Kolstoe Award presented to an individual who has made a significant             contribution to the field of career development and transition through means other than direct classroom                    Awarded at the 2009 Council for Exceptional Children Convention, Division for Career Development and                Transition.

2009, March. Invited panel member, federal peer reviewed proposals for National Science Foundation (NSF),              Research in Disabilities Education (RDE).

2008 – present.  External Evaluator, Quality Education for Minorities Network (QEM)

                 - Technical Assistance Project, “Enhancing STEM Education for Students with Disabilities and                            Broadening Participation in the National Science Foundation’s Research in Disabilities                                    Education (RDE) Program.” Funding agency: National Science Foundation.

SCHOLARLY REPUTATION (continued)

                - Technical Assistance Project, “Math and Science Partnership (MSP) Program Technical                             Assistance Workshop for Minority-Serving Institutions and Their K-12 Partners.” Funding                            agency: National Science Foundation.

2008, May. Invited panel member, federal peer reviewed proposals for National Science Foundation (NSF),                 Research in Disabilities Education (RDE).

2006, March. Invited external examiner of doctoral dissertation, Karen M. Priestley, University of Manitoba.

        Dissertation title: A Qualitative Study of Educators’ Perceptions of Universal Design and Teaching                         Practices: Implications for Inclusion.

2005, August. Inaugural presentation of the Communication Award for commitment to

    scholarship in the development of the profession of postsecondary disability ser-

    vices (with Stan Shaw). Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD).

2005, April.  University of CT American Association of University Professors (AAUP) Excellence Award,         Teaching Mentorship.

2004, April. Invited outside Doctoral Committee Associate Advisor: Diane Bourque, University of         Massachusetts/Boston, dissertation and defense completed April, 2004.  Dissertation title: Factors that         Influence the Attitudes and Practices of Postsecondary Faculty in Providing Academic Accommodation         to Students with Disabilities.

2003, Invited reviewer, The Council for Exceptional Children/ERIC, manuscript, An Instructor’s Guide to

        Universal Design for Learning (130 pp.)

2003, May.  Neag School of Education Outstanding Alumni Research Award.

Invited keynote address (with S. Scott).  (2002, June).  We're not in Kansas anymore!  Following a path         through the labyrinth to learning.  14th annual Postsecondary Learning Disability Training Institute,         Burlington, VT.

Invited plenary lecture (with S. Scott).  (2001, October).  Universal design for instruction:  Changing the         landscape of learning in higher education.  52nd annual conference of the International Dyslexia Association,         Albuquerque, NM.

Invited plenary session participant (1997, November).  Diagnosing and accommodating learning disabilities         and attention deficit disorders.  The Joint Conference on Disability Issues, sponsored by the American Bar         Association, the National Conference of Bar Examiners, the Association of American Law Schools, and the         

   Law School Admission Council, Washington, DC.

Invited panel discussant (1997, July).  Plenary Session, My Last Lecture:  Musing on What I’ve Learned and                    the Future for Higher Education Disability Services.  International conference of the Association on Higher                    Education and Disability, Boston.

Invited keynote address (1997, April).  Forks in the Road:  Transition as Decision-Making and Pathfinding.          

SCHOLARLY REPUTATION (continued)

   Statewide transition conference, co-sponsored by Connecticut State Department of Education and Special         Education Resource Center, Bristol, CT.

Invited panel presenter.  (1996, July).  Plenary Session, AHEAD Professional Standards.  International          conference of the Association on Higher Education and Disability, New Orleans.

Invited keynote address.  (1996, February).  Is there anything really new under the sun?  OR . . . Putting it         another way  . . . We’ve come a long way baby, BUT!  Annual conference of Utah AHEAD, Salt Lake City,         UT.

Outstanding Educator Award, 1993, Beta Sigma Chapter, Pi Lambda Theta (National Honor and Professional         Association in Education).

Guest Editor (with S.F. Shaw), 1991, Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 9 (1 & 2).

Consultant to colleges and universities regarding services, policies, and procedures for students with learning         disabilities (ongoing).

Commentator on postsecondary services for students with learning disabilities in these materials:

        -  Disability Compliance for Higher Education:

                 - 1997, June.  “BU trial sparks debate:  Who is qualified to review documentation?”

       - 1997, March.  “Policy writing:  A long, complicated process, but one that’s necessary.”

-        Education Daily, 1990, 23.  “Disabled student enrollment exploding at universities.”

-        The Hartford Courant, 1987, February 22.  “The learning block:  Programs help adults with their limitations.”

PUBLIC SERVICE, ACADEMIC SERVICE, AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Expertise-Related, Non-paid Service

2009- present: Senior Research Scholar and Associate Director, Center on Postsecondary Education and         Disability (University of Connecticut Board of Trustees Designated University Center of Excellence), Neag         School of Education.

2001- 2009: Co-Director, Center on Postsecondary Education and Disability (University of Connecticut

Board of Trustees Designated University Center of Excellence), Neag School of Education.  National technical assistance, professional training, and dissemination activities.

Expert Witness for plaintiff (State of Connecticut vs. D. Vail), October, 1996.

Co-Director, 1990 – 2001, Postsecondary Education Disability Unit, Department of Educational Psychology.

        National technical assistance, professional training, and dissemination activities.

Expertise-Related, Non-paid Service

Member, by appointment, Connecticut State Advisory Council on Special Education (1987-1992).

Member, by appointment, Advisory Committee of the Connecticut Department of Higher Education on the

        Strategic Plan for Persons in Connecticut Higher Education with Disabilities (1989-1991).

Member, Connecticut Department of Higher Education LD Advisory Committee (1984-1991).

Presentations to Connecticut high schools including parents, students, teachers, and guidance counselors; more

        than 60 from 1987-1997.

University Service

Member, Chancellor's Review Committee for Reappointment of Richard Schwab, Dean, Neag School of

        Education (2001-2002).

Member, University Search Committee, Center for Students with Disabilities, Assistant Director position (2001-

        2002).

Director, University Program for College Students with Learning Disabilities (UPLD), 11-month, 100%

        appointment (November, 1986-2000).

Member, Distinguished Professor Selection Committee, Office of the Chancellor (1998-2000).

Consulting, Office of the University’s Attorney General, regarding legal matters and students and employees

        with disabilities (ongoing).

 Member, Admissions Department Review Committee for undergraduate applicants with learning disabilities

        (1987- 1998).  An average of approximately 325 application files were reviewed annually.

Member, University of Connecticut President’s Advisory Committee on Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

        (1995 present).

Member, Technical Standards Committee of the ADA Task Force of the School of Medicine (1995 1997).

Member, University of Connecticut Senate Enrollment Committee (dates of appointment:  6/3/97-6/30/2000).

Member, Student Affairs Search Committee, Assistant Director of the Center for Students with Disabilities

        (Summer, 1997).

Member, University of Connecticut Senate Scholastic Standards Committee (dates of appointment:  6/20/96-

        6/30/97).

Member, Counseling/Support Work Group for the University Center for Undergraduate Education (1996).

Member, Provost's Ad Hoc Committee of the Connecticut Postsecondary Disability Technical Assistance

        Center (1993 1995).

University Service (continued)

Member, President’s Advisory Committee for Issues and Concerns of People in the University Community with

        Disabilities (1988-1994).

Member, University Search Committee, Coordinator of the Center for Students with Disabilities (1992-1993).

Chair, Provost’s Committee on Learning Disabilities and the General Education Requirements (1991-1992).

Departmental Committees and Assignments

Chair,  Doctoral and Sixth Year Admissions Committee, Special Education (1994- 2007).

Member, Dean’s Teacher Certification Assessment Committee, 2003 – 2005.

Member, Promotion, Tenure, and Reappointment Committee, EPSY. 2003-2005.

Co-Chair, EPSY Search Committee, Special Education, Assistant and Associate Professors (2003-2004).

Member, EPSY Search Committee, Special Education, Assistant Professor (2001-2002).

Member, EPSY Dissertation Policies and Procedures Committee (2001-2003).

Chair, EPSY Scholarship Committee (2000-2002).

Member, EPSY Promotion, Tenure, and Reappointment (PTR) Committee (1987-1989; 1994-1996; 2000-2002;

        2003-2004).

Member, EPSY Search Committee, Department Head (2000-2001).

Member, EPSY Search Committee, Special Education, Assistant Professor (2000-2001).

Member, Dean’s Promotion, Tenure, and Reappointment Committee, Neag School of Education (1998-2000).

Chair, Special Education Doctoral Program Review Committee (1998-1999).

Member, EPSY Merit Committee (1996-1997).

Chair, Faculty Search #96A19, Professor and Director, A.J. Pappanikou Center on Special Education and

   Rehabilitation:  A University Affiliated Program (1995-1996).

Member, Masters Admissions Committee, Special Education (1989-1994).

Chair, Faculty Search, Assistant Professor, Special Education (1987-1988).

School or College Level Service Activities  

Member, Dean’s Research Advisory Council (2005 – 2007).

Faculty Representative, Neag School of Education Alumni Society, (2003 – 2007)

Member, Neag School of Education Search Committee, Director of Grants and Research (2000-2001).

Member, Neag School of Education Alumni Society, Annual Awards Selection Committee (2000- 2007).

Chair, Neag School of Education Strategic Initiative on At-Risk Students  

Member, NCATE Committee on Students (1988-1989; 1990-1991).

Service in Professional Organizations

Member, Editorial Board, Assessment for Effective Intervention (dates of appointment: 7/1/00 – present)

Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability (dates of appointment:  10/15/89-

        present)

Member, AHEAD (international Association on Higher Education and Disability) Ad Hoc Committee on LD

and ADHD Documentation (1/96-7/97).  This national Committee of 8 members established the criteria which have served as guidelines for postsecondary institutions seeking documentation from students to verify eligibility for services and accommodations.

Co-Editor, Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability (dates of appointment:  10/15/91-10/14/95).

Member, AHEAD Publications Committee (1989-1997).

Member, Steering Committee, Connecticut AHEAD (7/1/94-6/30/95).

President, Connecticut AHEAD (7/1/93-6/30/94).

Co-Editor (1991), Special topical issues on learning disabilities, Journal of Postsecondary Education and

        Disability, 9(1 & 2), 62 pp.

Reviewer, annual meeting program proposals, National Association on Developmental Education (Fall, 1990).

Reviewer, by invitation, of proposal submitted to the National Academy of Education Spencer Fellowship

        Competition, Harvard Graduate School of Education (December, 1989).

Consulting Services

2008 – present. Consultant, Quality Education for Minorities Network (QEM), Washington, DC.

2005. Consultant, Vista Vocational and Life Skills Center, Westbrook, CT.  Focus of work: Curriculum                 development project to align goals of functional skills curriculum, learner outcomes, and assessment methods.

Consulting Services (continued)

1998 - present. Consultant, Educational Testing Service (ETS), reviewer of documentation from applicants         seeking disability-related accommodations on the GREs, GMATs, PRAXIS, and other licensing exams.

1995- 2002. Consultant, The College Board (member of review panels for documentation submitted by         applicants seeking accommodations on the SATs.

2001-2004. Consultant, National Advisory Board for Disability Services, Stanford University.

1998; 1999. Consultant, New Jersey Commission on Higher Education.  Program evaluator for regional Centers         on Learning         Disabilities at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Middlesex County College, Ocean County         College, Rutgers University, and Cumberland County College.

1997. Member, Grant Review Panel, New Jersey Commission on Higher Education, RFP for Center for         Students with Learning Disabilities.

1987-1989. Reviewer, annual meeting proposals, Special Education SIG, American Educational Research         Association.

January, 1985 - May, 1986. Principal Investigator, Connecticut State Department of Education.  Connecticut's         Statewide Follow up Survey of Former Special Education Program Graduates.

July, 1984 - July, 1986. Evaluator, Connecticut Department of Higher Education.  Connecticut's Pilot Programs         for Learning Disabled College Students.

CURRENT MEMBERSHIPS IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

         American Educational Research Association (AERA)

         Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD)

         Council for Exceptional Children (CEC); Division for Learning Disabilities (DLD)

         Learning Disability Association of America (LDA)