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About Gina Oswald

Gina Oswald, PhD, CRC, LPC,  is a Professor at Wright State University, as well as the Program Director for the undergraduate in Rehabilitation Services program. She also oversees the Veteran Services and Disability Studies minors. Dr. Oswald’s research interests are rehabilitation education and universal design, ecotherapy and yoga, program evaluation, and international education. Dr. Oswald’s rehabilitation experience spans county developmental disabilities services, state vocational rehabilitation, and the coordination of a special education graduate student training program that provided career exploration and experiential employment for youth with disabilities on a college campus. 

Positions

2018 - Present Professor, Human Services; Center for Teaching & Learning Faculty Director, Wright State University Wright State University
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2016 - 2018 Associate Professor; Program Director, Wright State University Human Services
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2011 - 2016 Assistant Professor; Program Director, Wright State University Human Services
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August 2007 - May 2011 Assistant Professor, Maryville University of Saint Louis ‐ Rehabilitation Counseling Department
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January 2007 - May 2007 Adjunct Faculty, Kent State University ‐ Rehabilitation Counseling Department
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June 2005 - August 2007 Program Coordinator, Kent State University ‐ Center for Innovation in Transition and Employment
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January 2003 - June 2007 Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor, Rehabilitation Services Commission
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August 2002 - January 2003 Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor Intern, Rehabilitation Services Commission
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June 2002 - August 2002 Job Developer/Job Coach, Kent State University ‐ Cooperative Transitional Services Program
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Curriculum Vitae




Grants

2016 - 2017 Community Engaged Rehabilitation Services Program
WSU’s MACE Community Engaged Scholarship and Teaching Mentored Grant
$3,000
2016 - 2017 Development of International Research and Educational Opportunities for Students with Disabilities with the United Kingdom
WSU’s RSP Professional Development Grant
$3,000
2016 - 2017 Development of a Faculty-Led Ambassador Program for Students with Disabilities to the United Kingdom
WSU’s UCIE International Seed Grant
$2,000
2016 - 2016 Development of a Study Abroad Program for the Underrepresented Population of Students with Disabilities
WSU’s MACE Inclusion Infusion Grant
$2,000
2014 - 2015 Psychosocial and educational outcomes of students with disabilities
WSU’s College of Education and Human Services Faculty Development Grant 2014 Competition
$1,000
2009 - 2014 Rehabilitation Long-Term Training: Rehabilitation Counseling
Rehabilitation Services Administration
$600,000
2010 - 2011 Enhancing Employment Training for Transition-Aged Youth with Disabilities in a Local Summer Program.
Maryville University Internal Grant Fund
$10,000
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Honors and Awards

  • College of Education and Human Services Outstanding Faculty Award, 2017-2018
  • echoingU Community Partner Award, 2017
  • College of Education and Human Services Excellence in Professional Service Award, 2016
  • Milton E. Wilson Diversity Scholarship, 2002

Education

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2017 Wright State University - Main Campus ‐ Instructional Design for Digital Learning Certificate 1
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2016 Rouxbe Online Cooking School ‐ Professional Plant-Based Certification Course
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2010 Ph.D., Kent State University ‐ Special Education
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2002 M.Ed., Kent State University ‐ Rehabilitation Counseling
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2000 B.A., Kent State University ‐ History
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Contact Information

 Allyn Hall 108R
3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy
Dayton, OH 45435-0001
(937) 775-3270

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Articles (20)

Contribution to Books (1)

Presentations (3)