Faculty and Staff
Erik Drasgow, Ph.D.
|Title:||Interim Associate Dean
Professor and Department Chair
|Department:||Department of Educational Studies
College of Education
Wardlaw 235I & 261B
|Resources:||Curriculum Vitae [pdf]|
Ph.D. in Special Education (Severe Disabilities-Applied Behavior Analysis), University
of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, Illinois
M.S. in Education (Education of the Hearing-Impaired), Cooperative St. Mary's School
for the Deaf/Canisus College Teacher Preparation Program, Buffalo, New York
B.A. in Psychology and English Literature, State University of New York, Buffalo, New York
Board Certified Behavior Analyst and Approved Provider for SCDDSN MR/RD Waiver Behavior Support Services
Erik Drasgow's research interests include language and communication intervention for individuals with severe disabilities, functional assessment and positive behavior support, special education law, and teacher training and retention.
Teaching areas/areas of expertise: Applied behavior analysis, behavior support, autism, severe and multiple disabilities
Selected publications since 2000
(Please see Curriculum Vitae)
University of South Carolina Educational Foundation Research Award for Professional Schools. 2010.
University of South Carolina, College of Education Research Award. 2008
University of South Carolina, College of Education, George H. Lackey, Jr. Award for Inspirational Teaching. 2004