CV: Download

Edward Daly

Professor, Developmental & Learning Sciences

1992 Ph.D., School Psychology, Syracuse University
1990 M.S., School Psychology, Syracuse University
1985 B.A., Psychology, Gannon University

Edward J. Daly III, BCBA-D, conducts research on functional assessment methods. He has co-authored numerous chapters and journal articles on this topic. Dr. Daly is Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where he teaches course work in Applied Behavior Analysis, school-based consultation, and single-case experimental designs.

Courses Taught

  • EDPS 497 – Readings in Educational Psychology and Measurements
  • EDPS 863 – Introduction to Applied Behavior Anaysis
  • EDPS 900B – Single-Case Experimental Designs in Educational Research
  • EDPS 952 – Systems of Consultation in School Psychology
  • EDPS 995 – Doctoral Seminar

Professional Highlights

Honors and Recognition
2006, Elected as a Fellow of Division 16 of the American Psychological Association2003, Elected to the Society for the Study of School Psychology1997, Distinguished Research Award for Contributions to the Division of Human Services, College of Education, University of Cincinnati 1985, Award for Excellence in Psychology, Gannon University
2004 to present, Director, School Psychology Program, University of Nebraska-Lincoln2002 to present, Associate Professor, School Psychology Training Program, Educational Psychology Department, University of Nebraska-Lincoln 2001-2002, Director, School Psychology Training Program, Associate Professor, Psychology Department, Western Michigan University1999-2001, Director, School Psychology Training Program, Assistant Professor, Psychology Department, Western Michigan University 1995-1999, Assistant Professor, School Psychology Program, Division of Human Services, University of Cincinnati1993-1995, Adjunct Professor, Reading and Language Arts Dept., School of Education, Syracuse University1990-1995, School Psychologist, Syracuse City School District1989-1990, School Psychology Intern, Syracuse City School District1989, Graduate Teaching Assistant, Syracuse University 1986-1988, Graduate Research Assistant, Syracuse University
Association for Behavior AnalysisAmerican Psychological Association Division 16 (School Psychology) of the American Psychological Association National Association of School Psychologists