Beth Doll


Beth Doll

Interim Dean and Professor

1983 Ph.D., School Psychology, University of Kentucky
1976 M.S., Clinical Psychology, Eastern Michigan University
1974 B.A., Psychology, Michigan State University

Dr. Doll has served on the editorial board of all three major school psychology journals, and has served as an officer or president of three state school psychology associations as well as president and council representative from Division 16 (School Psychology) of the American Psychological Association. Her research addresses models of school mental health that foster resilience and enhance the well-being of students in naturally-occurring communities, and program evaluation strategies that demonstrate impact and accountability of educational and school mental health services. Three recent publications include Resilient classrooms: Creating healthy environments for learning (2nd Edition); Handbook of Youth Prevention Science; and Resilient Playgrounds.

Professional Highlights

Honors and Recognition
2012, Jack Bardon Distinguished Service Award, Division 16, American Psychological Association2011, Founder’s Award, Nebraska School Psychology Association2010, Presidential Award, National Association of School Psychologists2009, Outstanding Service to Graduate Students, UNL Graduate Student Association2005, School Psychologist of the Year, Nebraska School Psychology Association2005, Buros Distinguished Reviewer award, Buros Center on Mental Measurement
Experience
July 2017-present, Interim Dean, College of Education and Human Sciences, University of Nebraska–LincolnJan.-June 2017, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, College of Education and Human Sciences, University of Nebraska–LincolnMay 2016-Dec. 2016, Acting Dean, College of Education and Human Sciences, University of Nebraska–Lincoln2011-2016, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, College of Education and Human Sciences, University of Nebraska–Lincoln2000 to present, Professor, Department of Educational Psychology, College of Education and Human Sciences, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Associate Professor, 2000-2003)1990-2000, Associate Professor and Director, School Psychology Program, School of Education, University of Colorado – Denver. (Assistant Professor, 1990-1995)1984-1989, Clinical Assistant Professor and Coordinator, Psychoeducational Clinic, Department of Educational Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Memberships
American Psychological Association (Divisions 7, 16, 37)American Educational Research AssociationInternational School Psychology AssociationNational Association of School PsychologistsNebraska School Psychologists Association