Associate Professor / Associate Director Research & Outreach for School of Education
Office: 227 Holtzendorff Hall
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Personal Website: https://sites.google.com/site/clemsonchallenger/
Ph.D. Special Education
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
MSS Strategic Studies
U.S. Army War College
Old Dominion University
University of West Florida
BSBA Business Admin
University of Arizona
Dr. Joe Ryan serves as the Associate Director of Research for the School of Education, and as Editor of the journal Beyond Behavior. He has taught students with emotional and behavioral disorders (E/BD) from grades K through 12 across a variety of educational settings, including resource and self-contained classrooms, special day schools, and a residential treatment center. Professional interests include: Single Case Research, Behavior Management, Psychotropic Medications, Therapeutic Recreation, and Post Secondary Transition Services. He teaches courses in Single Case Research Design, Applied Behavior Analysis, Behavior Management, Assessment, and Characteristics & Procedures of E/BD. He has over 50 publications, and frequently consults and speaks at national and international professional conferences. He is the founder of ClemsonLIFE (Learning is for Everyone), a post secondary transition program for students with cognitive disabilities, as well as several adapative sports programs including: baseball (spring), soccer (fall) and equine therapy (year round). Outside of work, he serves as a Captain in the United States Navy Reserves.
EDSP 370 Intro to SPED
EDSP 374 Intro to Behavioral Disorders
ED 397 Creative Inquiry Therapeutic Recreation
EDSP 493 Classroom & Behavior Management
EDSP 474/674 Characteristics of Students with Emotional / Behavior Disorders
EDSP 669 Procedures for Students with E/BD
EDSP 678 Practicum for Students with E/BD
EDSP 854 Applied Behavior Analysis
ED 902 Single Subject Research Designs
1. Peterson, R.L., Ryan, J.B. & Rozalski, M. (2013). Physical Restraint and Seclusion in Schools. Arlington, VA: Council for Exceptional Children.
Peer Reviewed Articles
1. Collins, J. C., Ryan, J.B., Katsiyannis, A., Barrett, D. & Yell, M. (in press). Use of portable electronic assistive technology to improve independent job performance of young adults with an intellectual disability. Journal of Special Education Technology,
2. Katsiyannis, A., Smith, C., Losinski, M. & Ryan, J. B. (in press). Eligibility for Students with Emotional or Behavioral Disorders: The Social Maladjustment Dilemma Continues. Journal of Disability Policy Studies,
3. Losinski, M., Katsiyannis, A., & Ryan, J.B. (in press) Recent case law regarding functional behavioral assessments: Implications for practice. Intervention in School and Clinic.
4. Losinski, M., Katsiyannis, A., Ryan, J.B., & Baughan, C. (in press). Weapons in schools and zero-tolerance policies. NASSP Bulletin,
5. Ryan, J.B., Katsiyannis, A., Cadorette, D., Hodge, J. & Markham, M. (2014). Establishing adaptive sports programs for youth with disabilities. Preventing School Failure, 58, 32-41.
6. Losinski, M., Katsiyannis, A. & Ryan, J.B. (2013). The McKinney-Vento Education for Homeless Children and Youth Program: Implications for Special Educators. Intervention in School and Clinic, 49, 92-98.
7. Ryan, J.B., Katsiyannis, Losinski, M., A., Reid, R., & Ellis, C. (2013). Review of state medication policies/guidelines regarding psychotropic medications in public schools. Journal of Child and Family Studies,
8. Peck, A., Albrecht, S., George, C., Mathur, S., Padget, M., Ryan, J.B., White, R., & Baker, D. (2012). Reflections on the future of CCBD: A response to Colvin, Forness & Nelson. Behavioral Disorders, 37(2), 123-125.
9. Hawkins, B.L., Stegall, J.B., Weber, M. & Ryan J.B. (2012). The Influence of a Yoga Exercise Program for Young Adults with Intellectual Disabilities. International Journal of Yoga. 5, 151-156.
10. Peck, A., Albrecht, S., George, C., Mathur, S., Padget, M., Ryan, J.B., White, R., & Baker, D. (2012). New Direction for CCBD? Three studies examining the future of the organization. Behavioral Disorders, 37(1), 30-41.
Recent Book Chapters
1. Ryan, J.B. & Peterson, R. L. (2012). Regulatory Concerns Governing Physical Restraint. In J.K. Luiselli, ed. The Handbook of High-Risk Challenging Behaviors in People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: Assessment and Intervention.