I specialize in the applied research process. It is my desire to assist colleges and universities in developing applied research doctoral programs. From writing a textbook called, A Step-by-Step Guide to Conducting Applied Research in Education, to course development and program development, I am here to help. Whether you are creating a doctoral program from the ground up or redeveloping a doctoral program, my specialty is program development. Developing or redeveloping a program requires new policies and procedures to run the program, and it also requires specialized content to guide doctoral candidates through the process from commencement to culmination. This is my specialty. Contact me to see how we can work together to build a successful doctoral program at your college or university.
DOCTOR OF EDUCATION, CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION, Liberty University, August 2016
Graduate with high distinction (4.0 GPA). Earned Autism Certification in March 2015.
Nominated for Outstanding Dissertation Award: A Case Study of an Office of Disability Support Services
in Higher Education for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
MASTER OF SPECIAL EDUCATION, Liberty University, May 2013
Graduate with distinction (3.95 GPA)
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION, University of Georgia, June 1993 Certified to teach
pre-kindergarten through fifth grade and special education for pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade
Virginia Educational Research Association - VERA in 2017
Liberty University School of Education defending my dissertation in 2016