Current and former members of the lab get together at ABAI 2018. Left to right: Michael Mathews, Claudia Diaz-Salvat, Lucie Romano, Stephanie Jones, Catherine Williams, Apral Foreman, Natalie Shuler, and Aimee Giles (Claire, seated).
Sacha Pence received her PhD from WVU in 2012, after previously receiving her MS from Northeastern University. Her dissertation assessed impacts of treatment integrity failures on mand-training procedures. She is now the director of the Applied Behavior Analysis program at Drake University.
Aimee Giles received her PhD from WVU in 2012, after previously receiving her MS from Northeastern University. Her dissertation evaluated a modification of behavioral skills training for group contexts. She is currently a Lecturer in Psychology at the University of South Wales.
Apral Foreman received her MS in 2014 and her PhD in 2017. Her thesis evaluated pausing in rich-lean transitions with children. Her dissertation compared the efficacy of timeout with varying levels of treatment integrity. She is now a Training Manager for Blue Sprig Pediatrics.
Kathleen Betley completed her MA in 2010, as part of the short-lived Behavior Analysis Master of Arts program.
Tonya Marsteller received her MS in 2011. Her thesis evaluated attenuation of resurgence with the use of fixed-time reinforcement. She is now a Clinical Director at the Florida Center for Autism.
Keegan Kowcheck received her MA in 2012, as part of the short-lived Behavior Analysis Master of Arts program. She is now a BCBA and teacher in Monongalia County Schools.
Gabrielle Mesches received her MS in 2017. Her thesis investigated an alternative approach to functional assessment for typically developing students. She is now a Research Coordinator at Northwestern University.
Claudia Diaz-Salvat received her MS in 2018. Her thesis assessed impacts of serial training on resurgence.
Ellen Brosh received her MS in 2011. Her thesis compared multiple methods of collecting descriptive-analysis data in classrooms.
Kristen Leard received her MA in 2010, as part of the short-lived Behavior Analysis Master of Arts program. She is now a practicing BCBA in Connecticut.
Nicole Robinson received her MA in 2016. Her thesis evaluated the use of accumulated reinforcers for children with ADHD. She is now a therapist at Verbal Beginnings.
Lucie Romano received her MS in 2018. Her thesis assessed curricular revision as a possible treatment for escape-maintained behavior. She is now an interventionist at FIT Learning Atlanta.