Dr. Liaupsin is currently Professor and Department Head of Disabilities and
Psychoeducational Studies. He began his career in education as a teacher of students
with emotional and behavioral disorders and also spent six years as the full-time
behavioral consultant and assistive technology consultant for a mid-western school district.
Dr. Liaupsin has worked as a research associate for the National Center on Positive
Behavioral Interventions and Supports and the National Center on Education, Disability,
and Juvenile Justice.
Dr. Liaupsin is also the author or co-author of numerous peer-reviewed journal articles,
chapters in “field related” texts, and media-based professional development products. Dr.
Liaupsin has also been the coordinator and editor for leading journals in his field.
Dr. Liaupsin’s research interests include the validation of function-based behavior
intervention methods, development and evaluation of effective training in intervention
practices, and use of technology-based tools to support teachers who work with students
who exhibit challenging behavior.