ABA Program Coordinator
Jennifer Ninci Assistant Professor, ABA Program Coordinator
"My research is focused on evaluating behavioral interventions for individuals with developmental and/or intellectual disabilities, including children with autism and complex communication needs."
As the ABA program coordinator, Dr. Ninci works closely with all prospective ABA program students, current students, and a variety of program faculty. She leads in designing and updating ABA coursework sequences and fieldwork components. In addition, she teaches in various program and fieldwork courses and provides advising to current students. She also engages in a variety of research and service opportunities in the field of ABA.
ABA Instructors and Field Supervisors
Lyndsey Aiono Conradi Assistant Professor
"My goal is that graduates enter their classrooms with a real passion for teaching, an array of educational and behavioral practices, and a readiness to advocate for all students and their educational rights."
Marija Čolić Assistant Professor
If you are passionate about working with children and are ready to learn, our department will help you in achieving your goals through mentoring and continuous feedback.
Gregory Taylor Assistant Professor
"Working as an Applied Behavior Analyst is a rewarding career allowing you to make a significant impact on the lives of those you serve."
Shelly Huntington Assistant Professor
"My first job was working with a young child with ASD... From that experience, I was inspired to pursue Special Education & continue working with and learning from individuals with disabilities."
ABA Program Alumni
Patricia Gorski MEd in Special Education and BCBA-Track Course Sequence Graduate
“Looking at life through the lens of Applied Behavior Analysis has not only helped me to be a better educator, but a better parent, friend, and partner as well. Becoming well versed in the fundamentals of ABA will open doors throughout a lifetime…”
Dodi Pritchett MEd in Special Education and BCBA-Track Course Sequence Graduate
“As the world moves toward more of a virtual platform, I cannot emphasize enough how important the people are in education!”
Mark Rauser MEd Special Education, BCBA-Track Graduate
“… I appreciate all the additional knowledge, support, and guidance that the faculty has provided me during my coursework.”
Ke‘ala Morrell MEd Special Education, BCBA-Track Graduate
“The MEd SPED, Board Certified Behavior Analyst® (BCBA®) program will help me take on more of a leadership role in this field I am passionate about.”