Greg Clary, Ph.D.

DEGREES EARNED / CERTIFICATIONS / PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

  •  Ph.D., Special Education; Kent State University
  • M.A. Counseling, Marshall University
  • B.S. Rehabilitation Education, Marshall University

PRIMARY COURSES TAUGHT

Graduate Courses:

  • REHB 530: Human Growth Across the Lifespan
  • REHAB 531: Impact of Disabling Conditions
  • REHAB 532: Professional Orientation and Ethical Practice
  • REHAB 537: Lifestyle and Career Development
  • REHB 545: Rehabilitation: Philosophy and Principles
  • REHB 550: Issues in Rural Human Services

Undergraduate Courses:

  • REHB 126: Intro to Human Services
  • REHB 250: Human Relations Skills
  • REHB 430: Aging and the Human Services
  • REHAB 495: Field Experience in Rehabilitation and Human Services
  • REHAB 496: Seminar for Field Experience (REHB 495)
  • COOP 377: Early Field Experience in Rehabilitation and Human Services

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Rural human services delivery issues
  • Postsecondary transition issues for students with disabilities

MOST RECENT PUBLICATIONS / PRESENTATIONS

  • Served a delegate representing the Council on Rehabilitation Education (CORE) on a visit to Cuba  to examine their social justice and ethical issues in health and rehabilitation (2014)
  • Clary, G., Convener and chair:  Higher Education in Appalachian Domain: Appalachian Barriers to Study Abroad Experiences. Appalachian Studies Conference, 2014.
  • Clary, G. and Sentner, S. (2013). Disability and the knowledge economy: Issues and trends in transition from school to adult living. Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Division of International Special Education Studies Roundtable, Sligo, Ireland.

Honors/awards

  • Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society

CURRENT PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

  • National Organization of Human Services (NOHS)
  • Appalachian Studies Association (ASA)
  • American Council on Rural Special Education (ACRES)
  • Council of Exceptional Children (CEC)
Last Updated 7/17/18