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CURRICULUM VITAE

University of Victoria
Faculty Curriculum Vitae
Date: June 30, 2012

Name:

ROBERTS

JILLIAN J.

 
 

(Surname)

(Given Names)

 

Faculty:

Education

Department:

Ed. Psych. & Leadership Studies

1. DEGREES AND DIPLOMAS

Degree or Diploma

Field

Institution

Year Granted

B.A.

History

University of Waterloo

1991

B.Ed.

Education

Dalhousie University

1992

M.Ed.

Counselling

O.I.S.E. (University of Toronto)

1996

Ph.D.

School Psychology

University of Calgary

1998

Title of Ph.D. Dissertation:

Canadian Families with HIV/AIDS: Quality of Life Experiences in Canadian Public Schools

2.  LEADERSHIP TRAINING

Completed the Management Development Program at Harvard Graduate School of Education (June 14-26, 2008).

3. POSITIONS HELD PRIOR TO APPOINTMENT AT UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA

1992-1996

Teacher, Simcoe County Roman Catholic Separate School Board

1996-1997

Teaching Assistant, University of Calgary, Educational Psychology Department

1997-1999

Sessional Instructor, University of Calgary, Educational Psychology Department

1998-1999

Psychologist, William Roper Hull Child & Family Services, Calgary, Alberta

January to June 1999

Psychologist, Calgary Board of Education, Calgary, Alberta

4. MAJOR FIELDS OF SCHOLARLY OR PROFESSIONAL INTEREST

  • Chronic/terminal illness in the classroom
  • Child & Adolescent Psychology
  • Special Education
  • Resiliency
  • Quality of Life

5. MEMBERSHIPS AND OFFICES IN LEARNED AND PROFESSIONALSOCIETIES

Member of the Canadian Psychological Association

1996 - present

Chartered Psychologist in Alberta

1998 - present

Registered Psychologist in British Columbia

1999 - present

Member of the Northwest Association of Teacher Educators

2007 - present

Canadian Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology

2002 - present

6. SCHOLARSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS, HONORS, AWARDS, GRANTS ANDFUNDINGS FROM ALL AGENCIES INCLUDING THE UNIVERSITY OFVICTORIA

1997

Dissertation Award, The University of Calgary ($1,000)

1997

Helen McWilliam Memorial Scholarship ($2,400)

1997-98

Graduate Research Scholarship, The University of Calgary ($6,000)

1998

Helen McWilliam Memorial Scholarship ($2,400)

1999

UVic Faculty Start-Up Grant ($11,000)

1999

Ontario AIDS Bureau ($20,000)

1999

Special SSHRC Preparation Application Grant ($2,500)

2000

Special SSHRC Preparation Application Grant ($2,910)

2000

University of Victoria Internal Grant ($2,076)

2000

Ontario AIDS Bureau ($3,500)

2000

Summer Career Student Placement Grant ($892.50)

2000

SSHRC Standard Grant ($70,523)

2001

Summer Career Student Placement Grant ($892.50)

2001

UVic Internal Grant ($3,248)

2001

UVic SSHRC Top Up ($10,982)

2002 Queen Alexandra Centre for Children's Health Foundation ($12,728)
2002 Canadian Breat Cancer Foundation ($49,750)
2003 Canadian Institute for Health Research ($377,659)
2006 Vancouver Island Cancer Centre, British Columbia Cancer Agency ($6,000)
2008 REACH ($5,000)

7. APPOINTMENTS AT UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA

Academic:

1999-2003

Assistant Professor

Educational Psychologyand Leadership Studies

2000-2003

Assistant Professor

Graduate Studies

2003-present Associate Professor Educational Psychologyand Leadership Studies
2003-present Associate Professor Graduate Studies
2007-2012 Associate Dean (Administration) Faculty of Education

 

8. SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS

a. Conference papers, guest lectures, invited talks and other presentations for which documentation can be supplied.

REFEREED ARTICLES

Roberts, J. (1998). "Canadian families with HIV/AIDS: Quality of life experiences in public schools." Education Exceptionality Canada, 8(3), 45-56.

Nevile, M., & Roberts, J. (1999). "School children with chronic illness." Education Exceptionality Canada, 9(3), 41-47.

Roberts, J. (2000). "Paediatric HIV/AIDS: A review of Neurological, Psychosocial and School Implications of Infection."Canadian Journal of School Psychology, 15(2), 19-34.

Roberts, J. (2000). "Paediatric HIV/AIDS: School Implications." Canadian Journal of School Psychology, 15(2), 35-40.

Roberts, J., Pettifor, J., DeMatteo, D., & Cairns, K. (2000). "School children with HIV/AIDS: An ethical discussion and guidelines for nondiscriminatory practice." Canadian Journal of School Psychology, 15(2), 41-50.

Roberts, J. & Marshall, A. (2001). "Preparing Counsellors for HIV Positive Youth: A model for curriculum development." Canadian Journal of Counselling, 35(31), 229-236.

Baer, M. & Roberts, J.  (2002).  "Complex HIV treatment regimens and patient quality of life." Canadian Psychology, 43 (12), 115-121.

Roberts, J., DeMatteo, D., King, S., & Read, S.  (2002). "Involving participants in the dissemination of HIV research results." Canadian Psychology, 43(12), 112-114.

Roberts, J.  (2002). "Canadian families with HIV/AIDS: A follow-up discussion of the quality of life experiences in public schools." Exceptionality Education Canada, 12 (1), 3-18.

 

Roberts, J., Hayashi, A., Anderson, J., Martin, J.M., & Maxwell, L.  (2003).  "Quality of life of patients who have undergone the Nuss Procedure for pectus excavatum: Preliminary findings." Journal of Pediatric Surgery, 38(5), 779-783.

Rickwood, R.R., Roberts, J., Batten, S., Marshall, A., & Massie, K. (2004). "Empowering high-risk clients in attaining greater quality of life: A career resiliency framework." Journal of Employment Counselling, 41, 99-104.

Roberts, J., Mortimer, T., Massie, K., Maxwell, L., Sinclair, B., Ross, S., et al. (2004). "Listen to me! Involving children and families living with congenital heart disease in the research process." Journal of Child and Youth Care Work, 19, 186-191.

Roberts, J., Massie, K., Mortimer, T., & Maxiwell, L. (2005). "School children with congenital heart disease: Quality of life and policy implications." Physical Disabilities: Education and Related Services, 23(2), 69-92.

Edgington, K., & Roberts, J. (2005, May). "Serving youth with physical deformity in Canadian schools: Ethical guidelines for non-discriminatory practice" [28 paragraphs]. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung/Forum: Qualitative Social Research [On-line journal], 6(2), Art. 44. Retrieved May 25, 2005 from web site: http://www.qualitative-research.net/fqs-texte/2-05/05-2-44-e.htm

 

Roberts, J., Mortimer, T., Mish, S., Kerns, K., Jagdis, F., & MacMath, S. (2005). "The experiences and recommendations of families with children who have congenital toxoplasmosis." Physical Disabilities: Education and Related Services, 24, 23-39.

Elliott, T., & Roberts, J. (2005). “Families of children with chronic illness: A review of the
literature.” Journal of Child and Youth Care Work, 20, 72-82.

MacMath, S., Roberts, J., Martin, J., & Hayashi, Al. (2005). “A theoretical model for qualitative analysis of disfigurement adjustment.”  International Journal of the Humanities, 3(2), 85-90.

Roberts, J. (2005). “Facing the challenge:  Teaching school children with congenital heart disease.”  International Journal of the Humanities, 3(3), 111-116.

Roberts, J., MacMath, S., English, M., Martin, J., Hayashi, A., & Sigalet, D. (2006). “Body disfigurement and the quality of life of adolescents with pectus excavatum: Effects of the Nuss procedure.” Physical Disabilities: Education and Related Services, 24(2), 21-46.

Roberts, J., Maxwell, L., MacMath, S., Massie, K., Olivotto, I., Parker, C., et al. (2006). “The experiences of elderly women who underwent radio frequency ablation to treat their breast cancer.” Qualitative Health Research, 12, 762-772.

Roberts, J. & MacMath, S. (2006). “Providing guidance for school personnel making decisions in the service of school children with congenital heart disease.” Exceptionality Education Canada, 16(2), 59-72.

Moore, J., & Roberts, J. (2007). “Experiences of new teachers in inclusive classrooms in BC.” Exceptionality Education Canada, 17(3), 61-84.

MacMath, S., Roberts, J., Wallace, J., Xiachong, Chi. (2010). "Curriculum integration and at-risk students: a Canadian case study examining student learning and motivation. British Journal of Special Education, 37(2), 87-94.

Litster, K., & Roberts, J. (2010). The self-concepts and perceived competencies of  gifted and non-gifted students: A meta-analysis. Journal of  Research in Special Educational Needs, 1-11.

Roberts, J. & Whiting, C. (2011). Caregivers of school children with epilepsy: Findings of a phenomenological study. British Journal of Special Education, 38(4), 169-177.

8. SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS

b. Conference papers, guest lectures, invited talks and other presentations for which documentation can be supplied.

NON-REFEREED ARTICLES

Roberts, J. (2000). "Canadian families with HIV/AIDS: Recommendations for public schools." Connections 2000, 23-29.

Roberts, J. (2002). "Congenital heart disease: What we know and what we still need to know." PsyPAG Quarterly, 44, 50-53.

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Massie, K., & Roberts, J. (2004, April). "The experiences of parents whose children have undergone the Nuss procedure to correct their pectus excavatum deformities." Poster presented at the Society of Pediatric Psychology National Conference on Child Health Psychology, Carleston, SC.

Mish, S. J., Kerns, K. A., Roberts, J., & Jagdis, F. (2005, February). "Investigation of children treated for congenital toxoplasmosis: A follow-up study from a toxoplasmosis outbreak." Poster presented at the International Neuropsychological Society, St. Louis, MS.

SCHOLARLY MONOGRAPH/BOOK

Roberts, J. & Cairns, K. (1999). School Children with HIV/AIDS. Calgary: Detselig Enterprises Ltd.

DeMatteo, D. & Roberts, J. (2001). Disclosing HIV/AIDS to Children: The Paths We Take. Detselig Enterprises Ltd.

Roberts, J., & MacMath, S. (2006). Starting a conversation: School children with congenital heart disease. Detselig Enterprises Ltd.

8. SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS

c. Conference papers, guest lectures, invited talks and other presentations for which documentation can be supplied.

REFEREED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Roberts, J. (1998). "The lived experience of children with HIV in Canadian schools." Paper presented at the Fourth International Multidisciplinary Qualitative Health Research Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, February 19.

Roberts, J., & Marshall, A. (2000). "Preparing educators and counselors for HIV positive youth." Paper presented at the AACTE "Risk, Responsiveness, Resiliency: Balancing Higher Education and PK-12 Capacity to Meet the Needs of Children" Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 22.

Marshall, A., Shepard, B., & Roberts, J. (September, 2001). "Career counselling for youth affected by social and economic restructuring." Paper presented at the International Congress of the Association for Educational and Vocational Guidance in Paris, France.

Rickwood, R., & Roberts, J. (2002)."Enabling high-risk clients: Exploring a career resiliency model." Paper presented at NATCON, Ottawa, Ontario, January 24.

Roberts, J. (2002, June). "School children with congenital heart disease: Preliminary findings." Paper presented at the International Human Sciences Research Conference, Victoria.


Roberts, J. (2002, July). "Ethical issues in the service of school children with congenital heart disease." Paper presented in absentia (by Dr. Jean Pettifor) at the XXV International Congress of Applied Psychology, Singapore, Malaysia.

Roberts, J. (2002, July). "School children with congenital heart disease." Paper presented at the PSYPAG conference, University of Cardiff, Wales, UK.

Roberts, J., & Hayashi, A. (2002, September). "Quality of life of children who have undergone the Nuss Procedure for Pectus Excavatum." Paper presented at the Canadian Association of Paediatric Surgeons, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Roberts, J., Maxwell, L., & Massie, K. (2003, August). "Listen to me! Experiences of school children with congenital heart disease." Paper presented at the Seventh International Child and Youth Care Conference, Victoria, British Columbia.

Roberts, J. (2005, August). "Facing the challenge: Teaching children with congenital heart disease." Paper presented at the Third International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, University of Cambridge, UK.

MacMath, S., Roberts, J., Martin, J., & Hayashi, A. (2005, August). "A theoretical model for the qualitative analysis of disfigurement adjustment." Paper presented at the Third International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, University of Cambridge, UK.

Martin, J. M., Hayashi, A., Roberts, J., Skarsgard, E., Siglet, E., Gill, J., et al. (2005, October). "The Psycho-Social Functioning of Adolescents with Uncorrected Pectus Excavatum: Self-Perception, Vigilance, and Depression". Paper presented at the Canadian Association of Pediatric Surgeons Annual Conference, Quebec City, Quebec.

Roberts, J., MacMath, S., & Martin, J. (2006, April). “Adolescents living with pectus excavatum: Their experiences with the Nuss repair.” Paper presented at the 12th Annual Qualitative Health Research Conference, Edmonton, AB, Canada.

Roberts, J., MacMath, S., Kerns, K., Mish, S., & Jagdis, F. (2006, April). “Providing community support to families with children who have congenital toxoplasmosis.” Paper presented at the 12th Annual Qualitative Health Research Conference, Edmonton, AB, Canada.

Roberts, J., & MacMath, S. (2006, July). “Collaborating to Make a Difference in the Lives of Children with Congenital Heart Disease: Best Practices for Educational Systems.” Paper presented at the 6th International Conference on Knowledge, Culture, and Change in Organizations, University of Monash, Prato, Italy.

Roberts, J. (2007, March). “Preparing Teachers to Work with Students with Congenital Heart Disease: Guidelines for Best Practice.” Paper presented at the Northwest Association of Teacher Educators Conference: Teacher Education at the Crossroads; Reform, Professionalization and Exemplary Practice, Seattle, Washington.

Roberts, J., & MacMath, S. (2009, February). “Preparing Preservice Teacher Education Candidates to Effectively Meet the Needs of Students with Congenital Heart Disease.” Paper presented at WestCAST 2009, Victoria, BC.

Roberts, J., Whiting, C., & Harrison, G. (2009, March). “The Quality of Life Experiences of Young School Children with Epilepsy: Preliminary Data from a Pilot Study.” Paper presented at the Northwest Association of Teacher Educators Conference, Seattle, Washington.

MacMath, S., Wallace, J., Chi, X, & Roberts, J. (2009, April). “Curriculum Integration and At Risk Students: A Case Study Examining Student Learning and Motivation.” Paper presented at American Educational Research Association (AERA), San Diego, California.

Wallace, J., Chi, X, & Roberts, J. (2010, May). “Curriculum Integration and At Risk Students: A Case Study for Self-Efficacy and Relevance.” Paper presented at the Canadian Society for Studies in Education Conference (CSSE), Montreal.

MacMath, S., Morgan, J.R. & Roberts, J.R. (2011). An Exploratory Investigation of Deferred Imitation in Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Paper presented at the Canadian Society for Studies in Education Conference (CSSE), Fredericton.

Anzarut, A, Roberts, J.R., Morgan, J.R., Brandachar, G, Imbriglia, J., & Lee, A. (2011). Quality of Life Outcomes for Hand Transplant Patients. Paper presented at the International Confederation for Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, (IPRAS), Vancouver.

Roberts, J., & Whiting, C. (2011). The Psycho-Social Needs of Children with Epilepsy. Paper presented at 16th International Conference of the Association of Psychology and Psychiatry for Adults and Children (APPAC), Athens.

Roberts, J., & Whiting, C. (2011). The Special Educational Needs of Children with Epilepsy. Paper presented at 3RD International Conference on Education & Educational Psychology (ICEEPSY), Istanbul.

CONFERENCE PAPERS

Roberts, J. (2000, May)."Paediatric HIV/AIDS:School implications." Paper presented at Connections 2000, Victoria (Dunsmuir Lodge), British Columbia.

Roberts, J. (2002, March)."Children who have undergone the Nuss Pectus Excavatum Procedure: School implications." Paper presented at the B.C. Ministry of Education Research Symposium, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Roberts, J., Maxwell, L., & Massie, K. (2003, September). "Heart kids: What schools can do to help!" Paper presented at the Growing Up with Heart Disease Conference, Vancouver (B.C. Children’s Hospital), British Columbia.

Lavigne, T., & Roberts, J. (2005, May). "Preliminary findings of a phenomenological inquiry into elementary teacher wellness: Experiences with students who are living with congenital heart disease." Paper presented at the Connections Conference, Victoria (University of Victoria), British Columbia.

BOOK REVIEW

Roberts, J. (1998). Review of the book Communicable and non-communicable disease basics: A primer. Journal of Educational Thought, 32, 299-300.

NEWSLETTER/PRESS RELEASE/PAMPHLET

Roberts, J. (1995, November). "Military children." Cognitions: The Newsletter for the Canadian Association for School Psychologists.

8.  SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS

d. Professional Activities  (Course manuals, curriculum supplements and related materials.  Workshops, clinics, institutes, and consultations for which documentation can be supplied.  Other professional communications, e.g. letter to editors, etc):

INVITED SPEAKER

Presented to the Special Education Support Staff of the Simcoe County Roman Catholic Separate School Board in Barrie, Ontario on "Paediatric HIV/AIDS: School Implications" (May 6, 1997).

Presented to the teaching staff of the Sylvan Learning Centre in Victoria, British Columbia on "Intelligence Testing" (January 12, 2000).

Presented to the psychological staff of the Queen Alexandra Centre for Children’s Health on "Paediatric HIV/AIDS: Neurological and Psychosocial Implications" (January 26, 2000).

Presented to the student body of St. Margaret’s School on "Careers in Psychology" (March 15, 2000).

Presented to the Anthropology 390 class on "Canadian Research on Paediatric HIV/AIDS" (March 16, 2000).

Presented to the staff of Glenlyon-Norfolk School on "Individual Education Plans" (April 26, 2000).

Presented to the staff of Ledger House at the Queen Alexandra Centre for Children’s Health on "Paediatric HIV/AIDS" (May 11, 2000).

Presented to the staff of Glenlyon-Norfolk School on "Giftedness" (June 29, 2000).

Presented to the ED-D519A class on "Counselling Implications for Medically Fragile Children" (March 11, 2002).

Presented to General Nursing Rounds at Victoria General Hospital on “The quality of life of children who have undergone the Nuss Procedure for Pectus Excavatum” (September 11, 2002).

Presented to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation on Bring Your Daughter to Work Day on “Women in Psychology” (November 6, 2002).

Presented to the Association of Graduate Education Students on “Quality of Life of Children with Congenital Heart Disease” (January 20, 2004).

Presented to the Graduate Students in Clinical Psychology Rounds on “Children with Congenital Heart Disease: Information for Psychologists” (January 13, 2005).

Presented to the ED-D 660 class on “Current Issues in Special Education” (November 15, 2005).

Presented to the Queen Alexandra Hospital for Sick Children Grand Rounds on “Parents and schools working together: Recommendations for supporting school children with congenital heart disease” (March 8, 2006).

Presented to the Gifted Children Association of BC (Victoria Chapter) on “Teaching Gifted Children” (November 16, 2006).

Presented on a panel at the second Symposium for Education Leadership on “What School Leaders Need to Know about Special Education” (September 18, 2009).

Presented to the Graduate School of Education at the University of Exeter on “Inclusive Education in the Canadian Context” (March 11, 2010).

REVIEWER

Completed a blind, peer review for an article submitted to the Canadian Journal of Counselling (March, 2000).

Completed a blind, peer review for an article submitted to the Canadian Journal of Counselling (March, 2005).

Completed two blind, peer reviews for articles submitted to the International Journal of the Humanities (August, 2005).

Completed a blind, peer review for an article submitted to the AIDS Care Journal (April, 2006).

Completed a blind, peer review for an article submitted to the Qualitative Health Research Journal (May, 2006).

Completed a blind, peer review for an article submitted to the AIDS Care Journal (August, 2006).

Completed a blind, peer review for an article submitted to the AIDS Care Journal (December, 2006).

Completed a blind, peer review for an article submitted to the Canadian Journal of Counselling (May, 2007).

Completed a blind, peer review for an article submitted to the Qualitative Health Research Journal (July, 2007).

9. TEACHING DUTIES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA (INCLUDING SUPERVISION OF STUDENT TEACHERS AND GRADUATE STUDENTS)

Year

Course

Hours/
Week

Term

 

1999

ED-D 405 (Y01)

3

Year

Educational Exceptionality

ED-D 415 (Y01)

6

Year

Diagnosis & Remediation

2000

ED-D 568 (P01)

15

Summer

Seminar in Special Education: Program, Practices & Polices

ED-D 569 (Q01)

15

Summer

Seminar in Special Education:Current Issues, Research and Application

EDUC 420 (F01)

2

Fall

Learning Support: Contextand Key Issues

EDUC 420 (F02)

2

Fall

Learning Support: Context and Key Issues

EDUC 420 (S01)

2

Spring

Learning Support: Context and Key Issues
2002 EDUC 420 (F01)
2
Fall Learning Support: Context and Key Issues
2003 EDUC 568 (F01)
3
Fall Seminar in Special Education: Program, Practices, and Policies
2004 ED-D 569  (S01)
3
Spring Seminar in Special Education: Current Issues, Research, and Applications
  ED-D 591 (M01)
6
Summer Special Topics: Mental Health and Behavior Problems in Children
  ED-D 568 (F01)
3
Fall Seminar in Special Education: Program, Practices, and Policies
2005 ED-D 569 (S01)
3
Spring Seminar in Special Education: Current Issues, Research, and Applications
  ED-D 568 (F01)

3

Fall Seminar in Special Education: Program, Practices, and Policies
  ED-D 507 (F01)

3

Fall Individual Differences
2007 ED-D 568 (S01)

3

Spring Seminar in Special Education: Program, Practices, and Policies
  ED-D 569 (M01)

3

Summer Seminar in Special Education: Current Issues, Research, and Applications
  ED-D 568 (F01)

3

Fall Seminar in Special Education: Program, Practices, and Policies
2008 ED-D 569 (S01)

3

Spring Seminar in Special Education: Current Issues, Research, and Applications
  ED-D 568 (F01)

3

Fall Seminar in Special Education: Program, Practices, and Policies
2009 ED-D 569 (S01)

3

Spring Seminar in Special Education: Current Issues, Research, and Applications
  ED-D 568 (F01)

3

Fall Seminar in Special Education: Program, Practices, and Policies
2010 ED-D 569 (S01)

3

Spring Seminar in Special Education: Current Issues, Research, and Applications
  ED-D 568 (F01)

3

Fall Seminar in Special Education: Program, Practices, and Policies

 

GRADUATE STUDENT SUPERVISION

External Doctoral Examiner

Acted as External Doctoral Examiner of the Examination for Aimee Yazbeck, Ph.D. in Psychology at the University of New Brunswick on April 15, 2009.

Oral/External Examiner

Acted as external examiner of the M.A. oral examination for Jennifer A. De Boer, in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction on August 23, 2001.

Acted as Oral Examiner/Chair of the Examination for Kathy Szirtes, M.S.W. in Social Work on September 23, 2002.

Acted as Oral Examiner of the Examination for Jennifer Michel, M.Sc. in Psychology on May 23, 2003.

Acted as Oral Examiner of the Examination for Daphne Dokis, M.A. in Psychology on January 27, 2004.

Chair, Supervisory Committee (Masters)

Acted as Chair of the Supervisory Committee of Duane Pierson who completed his M.Ed. thesis in Special Education on March 31, 2001.

Acted as Chair of the Supervisory Committee of Shane Lynch, who completed his M.Ed. in Special Education on August 14, 2003.

Acted as Co-Chair of the Supervisory Committee of Murray Anderson, who completed his M.A. thesis in Counselling Psychology on August 28, 2003.

Acted as Chair of the Supervisory Committee of Tara Elliott, who completed her M.A. thesis in Learning and Development on September 5, 2003.

Acted as Chair of the Supervisory Committee of Kendra Massie, who completed her M.A. thesis in Learning and Development on June 15, 2004.

Acted as Chair of the Supervisory Committee of Samantha Stone, who completed her M.Ed. in Special Education on October 22, 2004.

Acted as Chair of the Supervisory Committee of Kristine Edgington, who completed her M.A. in Special Education on July 15, 2005.

Acted as Chair of the Supervisory Committee of Tammy Lavigne, who completed her M.A. in Special Education on August 31, 2005.

Acted as Chair of the Supervisory Committee of Jessie Loraas-Pletsch, who completed her M.A. in Special Education on September 8, 2006.

Acted as Chair of the Supervisory Committee of Kristin Litser, who completed her M.A. in Special Education on November 23, 2007.

Acted as Chair of the Supervisory Committee of Vicki Hasler, who completed her M.Ed. in Special Education on August 7, 2009.

Acted as Chair of the Supervisory Committee of Christine Ambrose, who completed her M.Ed. in Special Education on November 18, 2009.

Acted as Chair of the Supervisory Committee of Jodean Sargeant, who completed her M.A. in Special Education on April 26, 2010.

Acted as Chair of the Supervisory Committee of Cheryl Whiting, who completed her M.A. in Special Education on June 11, 2010.

Acted as Co-Chair of the Supervisory Committee of Walter King, who completed his M.A. in Special Education on April 10, 2012.

Acted as Chair of the Supervisory Committee of Sandi Parachoniak, who completed her M.Ed. in Special Education on April 20, 2012.

Member, Supervisory Committee (Masters)

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Dorothy Morris who completed her M.A. in Learning and Development on June 26, 2002.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Stacey Adelman who completed her M.Ed. in Special Education on August 12, 2002.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Kathryn McLeay who completed her M.Ed. in Special Education on August 15, 2002.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Susan Siklos who completed her M.A. in Psychology on September 30, 2002.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Jeff Seaby who completed his M.A. in Special Education on June 19, 2003.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Lani Maxwell who completed her M.A. in Leadership Studies, July 18, 2003.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Julie Boshard who completed her M.Ed. in Special Education, August 8, 2003.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Kimberly Lawrick who completed her M.A. in Counselling Psychology on November 26, 2003.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Amanda Langley who completed her M.A. in Special Education on December 9, 2003.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Katrin van der Leeden who completed her M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction on August 27, 2004.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Jill Zwicker, who completed her M.A. in Learning and Development on November 4, 2005.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Kathryn Shea, who completed her M.A. in Counselling Psychology on August 2, 2006.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Michelle Lynnes, who completed her M.A. in Exercise Science, Physical and Health Education on July 9, 2008.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Claire DeRosenroll, who completed her M.Ed. in Special Education on December 16, 2009.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Rachel Hryniuk, who completed her M.Ed. in Special Education on January 22, 2010.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Keira Ogle, who completed her M.A. in Special Education on March 30, 2010.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Tasha Liberatore, who completed her M.Ed. in Special Education on April 24, 2010.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Juliana Bishop, who completed her M.Ed. in Special Education on January 17, 2012.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Lisa Way, who completed her M.Ed. in Special Education on February 8, 2012.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Jenny Kim, who completed her M.Ed. in Special Education on April 3, 2012.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Susan Crosby, who completed her M.Ed. in Special Education on April 4, 2012.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Tracie Ashcroft, who completed her M.Ed. in Special Education on April 11, 2012.

Chair, Supervisory Committee (Doctoral)

Acted as Co-Chair of the Supervisory Committee of Melanie Houston, who completed her Ph.D. dissertation in Educational Psychology on July 6, 2007.

Member, Supervisory Committee (Doctoral)

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Thomas Kerr who completed his Ph.D. in Educational Psychology, April 23, 2003.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Robert John McInerney who completed his Ph.D. in Clinical Neuropsychology, April 13, 2007.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Claire Surinder Sira who completed her Ph.D. in Clinical Neuropsychology, November 21, 2007.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Jennifer Dawn Pringle who completed her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, November 28, 2008.

Acted as Member of the Supervisory Committee of Marianne Marjorie Hrabok who completed her Ph.D. in Clinical Neuropsychology, January 26, 2010.

Chair, PhD. Oral Examination

Acted as Chair of the Ph.D. Oral Examination of Andrew Rowe in the Department of Mechanical Engineering on April 23, 2002.

Chair, M.Sc. Oral Examination

Acted as Chair of the M.Sc. Oral Examination of Bobby Cheema in the School of Physical Education on August 23, 2002.

Acted as Chair of the M.Sc. Oral Examination of Tanya Lentz in the Department of Psychology on December 11, 2003.

Chair, M.A. Oral Examination

Acted as Chair of the M.A. Oral Examination of Katherine Randall in the Psychology Department on August 15, 2005.

Chair, M.Ed. Oral Examination

Acted as Chair of the M.Ed. Oral Examination of Sharon Connelly in the Curriculum and Instruction Department on August 19, 2005.

Member, Special Education Oral Examination Committee (M. Ed.)

Acted as Member of the M. Ed. Oral Examination of Kimberly Cowan in the Department of Educational Psychology and Leadership Studies on July 30, 2004.

Acted as Member of the M. Ed. Oral Examination of Barbara Ambery in the Department of Educational Psychology and Leadership Studies on September 29, 2004.

Acted as Member of the M. Ed. Oral Examination of Trina Lee in the Department of Educational Psychology and Leadership Studies on September 14, 2007.

Acted as Member of the M. Ed. Oral Examination of Julia Haazen in the Department of Educational Psychology and Leadership Studies on January 21, 2008.

Acted as Member of the M. Ed. Oral Examination of Trina Allinote in the Department of Educational Psychology and Leadership Studies on April 9, 2008.

10.     ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIVITIES (Committee and Service Activities)

a. University and Faculty Committees (includes offices held and dates)

Member of Elementary Council 
September, 1999 to 2004
Member of Faculty of Education
Awards Committee
January, 2000
Member of Faculty of Education
Teaching Award Committee
May, 2000
Member of EPLS Department
Hiring Committee
March, 2000 to July, 2001
Graduate Advisor June, 2000 to June, 2001
Member of the Advisory Committee
on Issues Affecting Students with
a Disability
February, 2001 to present
Consultant to the Senate
Committee on Admission,
Registration and Transfer (SCART)
July, 2001 to present
Member of the Review Panel
of the Resource Centre for
Students with Disabilities
July, 2001 to present
Member of the Elementary
Council Strand Committee
September, 2001 to 2004
Faculty Associate for the East
Kootenay Teacher Education
Programs
September, 2001 to 2004
Member of the EPLS Department
Hiring Committee
November, 2001 to July, 2002
Member of the C & I Department
Hiring Committee
December, 2001 to July, 2002
Member of the EPLS Chair
Selection Committee
January to February, 2003
Member of the EPLS Hiring
Committee
January to March, 2003
Member of the Faculty of
Education Hiring Committee
June to August, 2003
Graduate Advisor July, 2003 to December, 2005
Member of the Graduate Programs
Advisory Committee
July, 2003 to December, 2005
Member of the EPLS Graduate
Scholarship Committee
July, 2003 to December, 2005
Member of the EPLS Hiring
Committee
August, 2004
Member of the EPLS Personnel
Committee
September, 2004 to December, 2005
Member of the UVic SSHRC Review 
Committee (Master’s)
January, 2005
Member of the UVic SSHRC Review
Committee (Doctoral)
December, 2005
Section Head for Special Education July, 2005 to December, 2005
Co-Section Head for Special Education January, 2007 to June, 2007
EPLS Salary Committee March, 2007
Associate Dean Administration July, 2007 to June, 2012
Chair of the Faculty of Education's CORE - Centre for OutReach Education May, 2010 to present
Member of the UVic Advisory Committee on Academic Accommodation and Access for Students with Disabilities September, 2010 to present

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11. OTHER INFORMATION (Contributions not documented in Sections 1 to 9. On-going work, e.g. work in preparation, work submitted for publication, work in press)

ON-GOING WORK

  • Collaborating with the Epilepsy Society of BC on a research project investigating affected children’s school experiences.
  • Collaborating with the University of Pittsburgh on a study of quality of life outcomes after amputation and hand transplantation.

12.  COMMUNITY CONSULTATION & SERVICE

I am a Registered Psychologist in the community and founding partner of Roberts, Artzy & Associates. Approximately one day a week I provide counselling, assessment and related special education and psychological services to youth, families and schools. If you would like more information about these services please contact my private practice office at 250-370-0358 or by email: robertsartzy@shaw.ca

 

 

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