Bob Morgan is a Professor in the Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation at Utah State University, and serves as the Head of the Severe Disabilities Teacher Preparation Program and Chair of the Undergraduate Committee. Bob worked in schools, adult residential facilities, and supported employment programs for 11 years. His research interests include transition from school to adult roles and applied behavior analysis. Bob works with local school districts and community groups to promote identification of preferred and well-matched employment options for young adults with disabilities. He assists with Project PEER (Post-secondary Employment, Education, and Research) a university-based post-high school organization for young adults ages 18-21 with significant cognitive disabilities. He has published one book, two book chapters, over 60 refereed and nonrefereed journal articles, and 13 educational products. Bob has authored or coordinated 25 grants and contracts awarded to Utah State University totaling over $5,000,000.
Prevalence of criminal thinking among state prison inmates with serious mental illness (with William H. Fisher, Naihua Duan, Jon T. Mandracchia, and Danielle Murray), Law and human behavior (2010)
To examine the prevalence of criminal thinking in mentally disordered offenders, incarcerated male (n =...
A Forgotten Population? Assessment and Instructional Training for Teachers of Students with Profound Multiple Disabilities (with E. Horrocks), Utah Special Educator (2010)
Let Me Introduce You to a New PEER: The Postsecondary Education, Employment, and Research Project at USU (with K. Done), Utah Special Educator (2010)
Comparison of a Video-Based Assessment and a Multiple Stimulus Assessment to Identify Preferred Jobs for Individuals with Significant Intellectual Disabilities (with E. L. Horrocks), Research in Developmental Disabilities (2009)
Contributions to Books
Exploring the Roles of the Paraeducator in Instruction, Paraeducators in Schools: Strengthening the Educational Team (2007)
Project IMPACT*NET: A Distance Inservice Model to Increase Classroom Skills of Paraeducators and Their Supervising Teachers (with D. E. Forbush), Online Instruction for Distance Education Delivery: Preparing Special Educators in and for Rural Areas (2006)
Standard 10: Supervision of Paraprofessionals, Training Manual for Developmental Specialists Serving Children Ages 3 – 17 (2003)
Videodisc-Assisted Courseware to Prepare Teachers to Serve Students Who Have Learning Problems (with S. Rule, Charles L. Salzberg, and J. Fodor-Davis), Technology and Teacher Education (1991)
Effective Instruction Techniques for Classroom Interaction: A Videodisc-Assisted Course for Beginning
Teacher Trainees (with Charles L. Salzberg, S. Rule, J. Chen, J. Fodor-Davis, K. Schulze, and C. Findlay), Interactive Video Archive (1989)
The Path to Licensure for Academic Psychologists: How Tough Is the Road? (with David DiLillo, Sarah DeGue, and Lee M. Cohen), Faculty Publications, Department of Psychology (2006)
What obstacles are faced by academic psychologists seeking professional licensure? Data presented here from all...
Of Notepads and Goat Cheese, Student Art Collection (2005)
Dimensions: 36 x 23.5 inches. Original exhibition in JCCC Billington Library (Second Floor).
Why Was My Major Professor So Busy? Establishing an Academic Career While Pursuing Applied Work (with Lee M. Cohen, David DiLillo, and Lisa Y. Flores), Faculty Publications, Department of Psychology (2003)
How do newly appointed academic psychologists with applied interests navigate the diverse and unique challenges...