Donna Campbell, Ph.D.

Professor; Coordinator, Special Education
Department of Multidisciplinary Studies
(314)246-7642
campbedm@webster.edu
Webster Hall 249

 

 

Biography

Donna Campbell, Ph. D, Professor of Psychology and Special Education, coordinates the MA in Special Education, as well as the Advanced Graduate Certificates in Leadership in Tiered Systems of Support: PBIS RTI, and in Applied Behavior Analysis. She currently teaches graduate courses in socio-emotional development, behavior and classroom management, applied behavior analysis, and global issues in special education. Her passionate interest and commitment to persons with disabilities was sparked during her undergraduate years in Toronto while volunteering in a hospital for children with orthopaedic disabilities, and continued throughout her graduate studies, as she volunteered at clinics for youth with intellectual disorders and learning disabilities in South Africa and Ottawa. She received her B.A. (Hon), M.A., and Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Toronto and Carleton University, in Ontario, Canada. She is a member and regular presenter with numerous professional organizations, having made over sixty professional presentations in her career with Webster.