Colleen A. Wilkinson, Ph.D.

Colleen A. Wilkinson

Dr. Colleen A. Wilkinson

Assistant Professor, Department of Education

(716) 880-2624

About Dr. Colleen A. Wilkinson:

Dr. Colleen Wilkinson is a visiting assistant professor in the Students with Disabilities Program for both BSED and MSED students in Education. She holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Special Education, with K-12 teaching certification from Buffalo State College, certification in School Administration from St. Bonaventure University, and a doctoral degree in Special Education from UB. Prior to coming to Medaille, Dr. Wilkinson worked as a Special Education Teacher in the City of Buffalo for eleven years. Her research interests include differentiated instructional strategies, behavior management, and teacher preparation.

B.S.Ed. Buffalo State College
M.S.Ed. Buffalo State College
Ph.D. University at Buffalo

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