Doctoral Students

Eric Shannon, M.S., BCBA
Ph.D. Candidate, Special Education

Eric’s research focus includes training parents of young children with autism and developmental disabilities, with a specific focus on the participation of fathers in parent-implemented interventions.

Sungwoo Kang, M.A.
Ph.D. Candidate, Special Education

Sungwoo’s research interests are in establishing financial literacy for individuals with developmental disabilities to support their successful post-school transition and investigate function of pre-requisite academic skills to identify predictors of money management skills. Additionally, finding relation between procedural integrity of behavioral intervention and monitoring technique is another key element for his research focus.

Amanda Borosh, M.Ed., BCBA
Ph.D. Candidate, Special Education

Amanda’s areas of research interest include the application of principles of implementation science for public schools to adopt, implement, and sustain evidence-based behavior interventions for students with and without disabilities.

David Ray Miranda, M.A., BCBA
Doctoral Student, Special Education

David is interested in research around preference and choice assessments, interventions to address challenging behavior, and the adoption of evidence-based behavioral interventions in schools and residential facilities.