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Beth J. Doll

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University of Nebraska

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University of Nebraska

320 North 16th Street

Lincoln, Nebraska, 68508

United States

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The University of Nebraska at Kearney (UNK - www.unk.edu) is a 6,500-student comprehensive public residential institution located in a growing community of 30,000. UNK, one of four system campuses of the University of Nebraska, is located in Central Nebraska's...more

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Beth Doll, Ph.D.University of Nebraska-Lincoln


Beth Doll - Staff - Great Plains IDEA

Beth Doll
Beth Doll's principal research interest is assessing and intervening to enhance the caretaking systems that support children and adolescents. She is especially interested in the emotional and social aspects of classroom systems and their contributions to children's psychological health and well-being. Because there are relatively few systemic measures that can assess the effectiveness of interventions to alter these systems, her research necessarily involves identifying and validating measures. This research interest evolved out of a program of research that she conducted on children without friends in the 1980s and work on school-based programs to increase students' self-determination in the 1990s. These experiences led her to focus on the classroom environments that support friendships, self-determination and four other indices of academic and social competence. Doll prefers to work through collaborative research and evaluation projects with parents and school practitioners. She has managed collaborative teams of parents, practitioners, and university students to evaluate a multi-agency team serving students with severe emotional disabilities, evaluate a preschool program providing mental health consultation to Head Start families, and evaluate the progress of the Lincoln Public Schools' SAT Improvement project. Doll earned her doctorate in educational psychology from the University of Kentucky in 1983. She worked for four years as a school psychologist and coordinated a child guidance clinic affiliated with the University of Wisconsin--Madison. She has also served on the faculty of three major universities, where her responsibilities included cross-disciplinary course instruction, advising and service in school psychology, special education and general education. Across all three programs, she supervised school psychology practica for a total of 25 years, and she has emphasized professional development that shifts the school mental health service models that graduates adopt in their subsequent professions. Doll is currently a professor in the APA-approved school psychology program at University of Nebraska--Lincoln and is interim dean of the College of Education and Human Sciences.


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PRESENTER: Beth Doll | University of Nebraska-Lincoln


November | 2014 | MASP

"Building Resiliency in Schools" - Beth Doll
You are all invited to attend a talk by Dr. Beth Doll, a Professor and Associate Dean at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, whose primary research interest involves assessing models of school mental health that build resilience and enhance student well ... Continue reading Posted inNews | Taggedmental health, resilience | Comments Off on "Building Resiliency in Schools" - Beth Doll


"Building Resiliency in Schools" - Beth Doll | MASP

"Building Resiliency in Schools" - Beth Doll
You are all invited to attend a talk by Dr. Beth Doll, a Professor and Associate Dean at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, whose primary research interest involves assessing models of school mental health that build resilience and enhance student well being. In addition, Dr. Doll has published works focusing on the identification and validation of program evaluation strategies that measure the effectiveness of interventions. Dr. Doll's research interest in enhancing resilience began when she engaged in work with children without friends and in school-based programs designed to increase the self-determination of students. Since this time, she has developed a passion for fostering environments that support the development of the academic and social competence of students. Dr. Doll's talk will take place at the University of Manitoba on November 12th at 2:30pm in room P412 of the Duff Roblin Building.


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