Dr. Dave Shriberg is a Professor of Education and the chair of the EdS and PhD programs in school psychology. The 2018 winner of the Trainer of School Psychologists' "Outstanding Contribution to Training" award, his teaching and scholarly focus relate to the application of social justice principles to school psychology practice. Dr. Shriberg is also the Editor of Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation. A member of the National Association of School Psychologists social justice committee, Dr. Shriberg has published and presented across the globe on social justice and consultation principles. Dr. Shriberg has chaired numerous dissertations related to different aspects of cultural diversity and social justice and leads an active research team that is open to students at all graduate and undergraduate levels. He is accepting students next year.
Dr. Shriberg is happily married and has two amazing children, one daughter and one son.
- *Jones, H., Shriberg, D., *Ruecker, D., *Conway, D & *Montesinos, G. (in press). Navigating the waters of social justice: Strategies from veteran school psychologists. Manuscript to appear in Contemporary School Psychology.
- Song, S. Y., Miranda, A. H., Radliff, K. M., & Shriberg, D. (2019). School psychology in a global society: Roles and functions. Bethesda, MD: National Association of School Psychologists.
- *Jenkins, K. V., Shriberg, D., *Conway, D., *Ruecker, D., & *Jones, H. (2018). Bringing social justice principles to practice: New practitioners speak. Contemporary School Psychology, 22, 63-76. doi 10.1007/s40688-017-0129-y
- Shriberg, D., *Brooks, K., * Jenkins, K., *Immen, J., *Sutter, C., & *Cronin, K. (2017). Student leadership training as an anti-bullying approach. School Psychology Forum: Research In Practice, 11(1), 20-33.
- Shriberg, D., (2016). Commentary: School psychologists as advocates for racial justice and social justice: Some proposed steps. School Psychology Forum: Research Into Practice, 10, 337-339.
- Shriberg, D., & Clinton, A. (2016). The application of social justice principles to global school psychology practice. School Psychology International, 37, 323-339. doo10.1177/0143034316646421.
- Shriberg, D.,*Burns, M. K., *Desai, P., *Grunewald, S., & *Pitt, R. (2015). A multi-year investigation of combating bullying in middle school: Stakeholder perspectives. School Psychology Forum: Research in Practice, 9(2), 143-161.
- Shriberg, D.,& *Moy, G. (2014). Best practices in social justice advocacy for school psychologists. In P. L. Harrison & A. Thomas (Eds.), Best practices in school psychology: Foundations (pp. 21-32). Bethesda, MD: National Association of School Psychologists.
- *Moy, G., *Briggs, A., Shriberg, D., *Furrey, K. J., *Smith, P., & *Tompkins, N. (2014). Developing school psychologists as agents of social justice: A qualitative analysis of student understanding across three years. Journal of School Psychology, 52, 323-341. doi: 10.1016/j.jsp.2014.03.001.
- Shriberg, D., Song, S. Y., Miranda, A. H., & Radliff, K. M. (2013). School psychology and social justice: Conceptual foundations and tools for practice. New York: Routledge.