Misti Waddell, M.S., is a Senior Research Assistant/Supervisor in the Early Intervention Program at the University of Oregon. Since the early 1980s she has coordinated several federally-funded, field-initiated research projects, systems change and outreach training projects.
Miriam Waintrup has spent the past 17 years working on projects related to competitive community job placement for transition aged youth and adults with developmental disabilities, adolescents with emotional and behavioral disorders, and adults with severe and persistent mental illness.
Hill M. Walker is the co-director of the University of Oregon's Institute on Violence and Destructive Behavior (IVDB). Walker’s research interests include social skills assessment and intervention, violence prevention, early intervention, school safety, and longitudinal research.
Karrie Walters received her doctoral degree in counseling psychology in 2010 from the University of Oregon. She teaches across multiple departments in the college of education, including Family and Human Services, Counseling Psychology and School Psychology.
Terri Ward, Ph.D., has managed and coordinated research projects administered by the Center for Educational Policy Research as well as CEPR’s sister center, the Educational Policy Improvement Center since 2001.
Kelly Warren is the assistant program director and field placement coordinator for the Family and Human Services program. She supervises graduate teaching fellows and assists in the administration of the Family and Human Services and Service Learning Programs.
Angela Whalen, Ph.D., is a Clinical Associate Professor/Practicum Coordinator and the Co-Director of Training in the School Psychology Program. Dr.
Kara Whipple is the Elementary Placement Coordinator and an instructor for the UOTeach Program. She worked in elementary, middle and high schools as a teacher and consultant for 12 years before beginning her career at the University of Oregon.