Lori Garnes, PhD

North Dakota Center for Persons with Disabilities
Minot State University
Memorial Hall 203
500 University Avenue West
Minot, ND 58707
Phone: 701-858-3139
Email: [email protected]
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Last Updated: August 18, 2017

Lori Garnes

Leadership: Associate UCEDD Director
Discipline(s): Education/Special Education
Education: General
Disability Studies
AUCD Council Membership: No Council Membership
Research: attrition
data-based decision-making
peer coaching/mentoring
Education: Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities
Distance Delivery of instruction and services
Teacher Preparation
Positive Behavior Supports
Service: Including people with disabilities into recreational/leisure activities
Community transportation ad hoc committee



2004 PhD, SPED, USU, Logan, UT 1996 MS, SPED: SMH, MSU, Minot, ND 1985 BS, Education, BGSU, Bowling Green, OH CERTIFICATIONS 2000 Graduate Faculty status - MSU 1996 ND Professional Teachers License 1985 State of Ohio Professional Teachers License 1987 Therapeutic Intervention Certified 1987 ND Para-educator?s Module Series Certified 1983 C.O.P.E. Certified RELATED EMPLOYMENT (partial) Associate Director of Development, NDCPD at MSU; 8-11 to present Associate Professor, MSU; 8-10 to present Chair of the Special Education, MSU; 1-07 to 5-10 Assistant Professor, MSU; 8-04 to 8-10 Principle Investigator; Resident Teacher Grant Program, MSU; 1-05 to Present GRANT WRITING (Partial) 2009 ND Resident Teacher Program Funded $95,000 2008 SPED Teacher Training Improvement Program Grant Not Funded $494,024 2008 ND Early Int & Early Childhood SPED Pre-service Training Proj. Funded $795,059 2008 ND Resident Teacher Program Funded $95,000 PUBLICATIONS (Partial) Allery, J., & Garnes, L., (March, 2009). From Indian girl, to college student, to special education teacher: One person?s perspective. Proceedings of the American Council on Rural Special Education (ACRES) 29thAnnual Conference, 23-27. Denver, CO. Garnes, L., Green, J., & Miller, J. (2008). Online IEP Feasibility Study Report. In Japanese Association on Special Education Needs (JASEN), Annual Report 2008.