JoAnne Malloy, Ph.D.

Institute on Disability / UCED
Institute on Disability
University of New Hampshire
10 West Edge Drive, Suite 101
Durham, NH 03824-3595
 
Phone: 603-228-2084
Email: joanne.malloy@unh.edu
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Last Updated: June 14, 2017

JoAnne Malloy
 

Specialty Resource Contacts: The Center for Excellence in Children's Behavioral Health
 
Discipline(s): Education/Special Education
Education: General
Family/Parent/Youth Advocacy
Human Development/Child Development
Mental and Behavioral Health
Public Health
Social Work
 
AUCD Council Membership: No Council Membership
 
Research: Dropout Prevention; Transiiton from School to Career; Emotional and Behavioral Disorders; Positive Behavior Support
Education: Ph.D. in Education, University of New Hampshire, 2011
Masters of Science in Social Work, University of Tennessee, 1981
Service: Developed and disseminates a model for school-to-career transition for transitionm age youth with emotional or behavior disorders; works wiht school to adopt positive behavioral support and interventions.

Vita/Bio

JoAnne M. Malloy is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Institute on Disability at the University of New Hampshire. She has directed several state and federally-funded youth transition, employment, and dropout prevention projects with a focus on youth with emotional and behavioral disorders. In 1996, she directed a demonstration project to create transition planning and employment opportunities for youth with emotional and behavioral disorders, known as RENEW (Rehabilitation, Empowerment, natural supports, Education, and Work). RENEW has since been replicated in educational, mental health and juvenile detention settings in New Hampshire, producing positive educational, vocational, and behavioral health outcomes. Dr. Malloy has developed a RENEW training and implementation system, enabling replication of the model in several states and school districts across the country.
Dr. Malloy has also developed and directed two projects funded by the U. S. Department of Education that link Positive Behavioral Supports and Interventions (PBIS) with dropout prevention. Dr. Malloy has published numerous articles and book chapters on employment and transition for youth with emotional disorders and adults with mental illness