Member Directory: TC Affinity Group on Research
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First nameLast nameEmail addressResearch interests
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CaroleCarlsoncarole.carlson@umb.eduResidential, collaborative inquiry/action research, family engagement, customized employment, Self-determination,
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ErikCartererik.carter@vanderbilt.edupeer-mediated supports, belonging/relationships, conceptualizing inclusion in the college context
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Diane Clousediane.clouse@uc.eduCareer development & utilizing EBPs in inclusive vocational settings; full inclusinon in PSE; residential life; qualitative & PAR methods; program evaluation; peer mentors; effects of inclusive academic participate in PSE settings and supporting faculty/students; promoting SD in inclusive PSE/community settings; program staff development (specifically when utilizing undergrad students
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EdieCusackcusackel@cofc.eduInclusive PSE, outcome measures, program evalauation, self-determination, transportation
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JoanEhrlichjehrlich@nvcc.eduFull Inclusion
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BrianFreedmanbrianf@udel.eduoutcomes; peer mentors
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TyHansonty.hanson@umb.eduInclusive PSE - Participatory Action Research - Dual Enrollment
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MargoIzzoMargo.Izzo@osumc.eduCareer development & utilizing EBPs in inclusive work settings; effects of inclusive academic participation in PSE settings and supporting faculty/students; promoting SD in inclusive PSE/community settings; program staff development (specifically when utilizing undergrad students; outcomes in employment, quality of life; reducing cost and dependence on adult services;
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Lisa Jester
lisa.jester@floridaincludesme.org
outcomes, mobility and transportation
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AdamLaloradam.lalor@uconn.edupreparation of student affairs professionals to serve students with disabilities, admission and enrollment
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BethLaskybeth.lasky@csun.eduInclusive PSE, getting started
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MichaelMackaymmmackay@memphis.eduQuantitative methods, program evaluation (especially conducting a RCT study), scale development
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KarlaMalsheimerkarla.malsheimer@fkcc.edu Residental life
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JessMonahanjessica.monahan@uconn.eduInclusive academics, secondary educator perceptions of students with ID in PSE, preparing secondary students with ID for PSE
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MaryMorningstarmmorningstar@ku.eduinclusive practices, supporting faculty & students (modifications/adpatations), peer mentoring & social supports, career development and employment opportunities
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Lyndsey NunesLNunes@westfield.ma.eduInclusive PSE - Dual Enrollment- Program Evaluation- Self-determination - Outcomes (defining, measuring)
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MariaPaiewonskymaria.paiewonsky@umb.eduInclusive research methods, engaging students with ID in research and knowledge translation
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ClarePapayclare.papay@umb.eduOutcomes, inclusive practices
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WendyPearsonwpearson8@gmail.cominclusive practices, integrating withdisability services, program evaluation, outcomes, policy recommendations
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SebProhnsmprohn@vcu.eduoutcomes; effects of inclusive academic participation in the postsecondary environment
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DanieRoberts-Dahmlroberts@usfsp.edufactors contributing to postive outcomes; mixed methods research; mentoring; inclusion; impact on campus community; policy
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corryrosenberg
Cordelia.Rosenberg@ucdenver.ed
outcomes
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JudyShanleyjshanley@easterseals.comOutcomes, mobility and transportation
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Jeff Sheenjeff.sheen@usu.eduParent and students with ID perspectives on preparing for PSE and persistence to completion; independent living outcomes and quality of life measures
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CarrieShockleycarrie.shockley@cuny.eduLearning Community membership-doing, being, becoming, belonging
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JasonStariwat
jason.stariwat@scc.spokane.edu
PAR, Factors that Contribute to the Success of Non-paid Peer Mentor Relationships (and the effect of those relationships on academic outcomes and social satisfaction for TPSID and non-TPSID students)
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KatherineVromankmvroman@syr.eduQualitative methods, intellectual disability identity and ideas of "passing," the meaning of "inclusive" PSE
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JulieWarmwarmj@umkc.eduparental expectations, experiences, outcomes, attitudes, & needs
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RossWhitingross.whiting@temple.eduOutcomes, inclusion, self-determination, self-efficacy, advocacy and leadership,
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KathyBechtKathleen.Becht@ucf.eduAcademic Access and progress in the academically inclusive courses. Also, want to begin an intervention study for students to access and progress in a course through access to notes content. Love to work with someone on this with me.
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