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T.D. UPTON 1CURRICULUM VITAE OF THOMAS DAVID UPTONI.PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATION AND CONTACT INFORMATIONA. Rehabilitation Counseling and Administration ProgramRehabilitation InstituteB. 322A Rehn HallSouthern Illinois University CarbondaleOffice Tel: (618) 453-8287Office Fax: (618) [email protected] in Rehabilitation Counselor Education; The University ofIowa1993-PresentCertified Rehabilitation Counselor #11,4041993UniversityM.Ed. in Rehabilitation Counseling; The Pennsylvania State1992B.S. in Rehabilitation Services Education; The Pennsylvania StateUniversityPROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE7/2012-PresentProfessor, Rehabilitation Counseling and Administration(RCA) Program, Rehabilitation InstituteSouthern Illinois University Carbondale7/2006-2011Associate Professor, Rehabilitation Counselor TrainingProgram (now Rehabilitation Counseling andAdministration (RCA) Program, Rehabilitation InstituteSouthern Illinois University Carbondale2008, 2010-2013Medical and psychosocial aspects of disability trainer forstate VR employees in IL, IN, WI, and MN-for Region VTACE7/2006-2009Associate Professor and Coordinator, RehabilitationCounselor Training (RCT) Program (now RCA), SouthernIllinois University Carbondale

T.D. UPTON 2IV.2000-2005Assistant Professor, RCT Program, Rehabilitation Institute,Southern Illinois University Carbondale1998-2000Brain Injury Consultant for Linn County, IA1997Rehabilitation and Family Services Counselor Intern,Waterloo, IA1997-2000Graduate teaching assistant, Counseling, Rehabilitation,and Student Development, The University of Iowa1994-1996Instructor for Indian River Community College,Fort Pierce, FL1993-1996Senior Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Counselor FloridaDiv. of Voc. Rehabilitation (DVR), Fort Pierce, FL1994-1995Vocational Rehabilitation Consultant Adato VocationalServices, West Palm Beach, FL1992Vocational Counselor Intern Harmarville RehabilitationCenter, Pittsburgh, PARESEARCH AND CREATIVE ACTIVITYA. Interests and Specialties:Ongoing interest in overall functioning post brain injury, disability attitudes andpostsecondary accommodations, and rehabilitation counselor preparation.Specializations in functioning post brain injury, disability attitudes, and privaterehabilitation service delivery.B. Current Projects:Rehabilitation project underway and completed ones listed in section V.C. Grants Applied for:Numerous applied for and grants received are listed in section D.D. Grants Received:Upton, T.D. ( H129150035). Funded 2015-2020). CRDA No.: 84.129BRehabilitation Training Rehabilitation Long-Term Training. 1,000, 000 for a five year period(Career total 61.phpUpton, T.D. (H129B100039 Funded 2010-2015). CRDA No.: 84.129BRehabilitation Training Rehabilitation Long-Term Training—Vocational

T.D. UPTON 3Rehabilitation Counseling. 750, 000 for a five year period(Career total 1,630,832).Upton, T.D., (Funded 2010). Rehabilitation Counseling Consultant Group.Project funding of 19,770; (Career total 880,832), the Center forComprehensive Services. Carbondale, ILUpton, T.D., (Funded 2009). Rehabilitation Counseling Consultant Group.Project funding of 18,897; (Career total 861,062), the Center forComprehensive Services. Carbondale, IL.Benshoff, J.J, & Upton, T.D. Project Director 2006-Present (Funded2005-2010). CRDA No.: 84.129B Rehabilitation Training: Rehabilitation Long- TermTraining—Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling. 750, 000; Career total ( 842,165) for a fiveyear period.Upton, T.D. (Funded 2000). National Institutes of Health (NIH) PredoctoralFellowship #F31 HDO8631-01 (Total Award of 19,060; Career total 92,215).Upton, T.D., & Wulf, J. (Funded 1998-2000). Principal investigator fordevelopment and provision of Adapt I/Adapt II for County adults with brain injury ( 16,260, 34, 345, and 22,500 73,105 Career total to date). Linn County, IA.E. Honors and Awards:2006-7/1/2014 Member of IL State Rehabilitation Council (SRC)Appointed by last twoGovernors; requires attendance at quarterly meeting and SRC provides professional monitoring,advocacy, and legislative support to ensure that appropriate vocational services are provided toindividuals with disabilities that receive services through the IL-DRC2007-Present Chairperson of the State Plan Subcommittee of the SRC.Annually, thissubcommittee reviews Draft of proposed goals, priorities, and vocational services projected tomeet the needs of persons with disabilities who are served by the State/Federal vocationalrehabilitation in Illinois; leads this group to collectively develop, articulate, and write writtenresponse to the Federal government This document is ultimately provided to the RehabilitationServices Administration (RSA) and was integrated into the Annual Plan for Vocational Servicesin the state of Illinois2006-2009 Coordinator Rehabilitation Counselor Training ProgramCompleted other necessary duties needed in the administration of this Graduate training program–Recognized as #4 Rehabilitation Counselor Training Program by U.S. News and World Report.Organized countless documents and assembled these materials into a CORE self-study document(delivered in December2008) that demonstrated what the RCT program has been doing since lastaccreditation visit. Facilitated all aspects of the CORE re-accreditation procedures in Fall 2008and site visit in February 2009 that resulted in Reaccreditation from 2009 through 2017. Personal

T.D. UPTON 4history of severe acquired brain injury (ABI), achieved significant Rehabilitation outcomes, andam sensitized to disability concerns of students, faculty, and staff at SIUCFirst faculty member with history of severe disability to serve as program coordinator andsuccessfully lead this nationally renowned RCT program through CORE re-accreditation .Facilitated ongoing merger talks between the RCT and RA & S faculty to formalize details aboutthis proposed merger. Advocated and persuaded overall Rehabilitation Institute (RI) faculty thepropose merger of RCT and RA & S into one unit Rehabilitation Counseling and Administration(RCA) unit was an appropriate strategic change.2005 Lorenz/Baker Outstanding Service Award, Illinois Rehabilitationbranch)Association (Southern2001 National Brain Injury Association (BIA) scholarship recipient to attendNational Brain Injury Association Annual Conference1998 Volunteer of the Year Award recipient from the State Board of the BIA ofIowaF. Papers and presentations at Professional Meetings:Sprong, M. E., Dallas, B., Upton, T. D., & Bordieri, J. Race, Causal Attribution, & In-GroupFavoritism on Recommendations for Rehabilitation Services [Poster]. National Council onRehabilitation Education Conference, Newport Beach, CA (April 24, 2015).Sprong, M.E., Chowdhury, D., & Upton, T.D. The Ambivalent Counselor: A Study MeasuringHostile and Benevolent Sexism. Research Town Meeting and Fair, Southern Illinois University,Carbondale, IL (April 17, 2012).Sprong, M. E., Soldner, J., Upton, T. D., & Bordieri, J. Emergency Preparedness of FutureRehabilitation Professionals: Measurement of Knowledge Competencies. Research Town Meetingand Fair, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL (April 17, 2012).Sprong, M.E., Hillsheim, C., Musgrave, J., & Upton, T. Falling through the Cracks: A ScreeningAssessment for Student Veterans with Educational Barriers. Research Town Meeting and Fair,Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL (April 17, 2012).Dent, M., Mui, N., Dallas, B., Upton, T. D., & Sprong, M. E. Understanding Barriers toSuccessful Employment. National Council on Rehabilitation Education Conference, SanFrancisco, CA (April 13, 2012).McCabe, M., Musgrave, J., & Upton, T.D. (2011, April 12). Poster entitled Programeffectiveness of vocational evaluation as quantified by the Career Planning Scale. At the SIUCResearch Town Meeting. Carbondale, IL.Upton, T.D. (2011, August 24-27). Medical and psychosocial aspects of disabilities. Two day,13-hour interactive training session Minnesota Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR).Minneapolis, MN.Cioe, N.J., Hollender, H., & Upton, T.D. (2011, April 7). Presentation entitled

T.D. UPTON 5What are Rehabilitation Counselor Training programs doing for Veterans? Provided at NationalCouncil on Rehabilitation Education Annual Conference in Los Angeles, CA.Cioe, N.J., Hollender, H., Sprong, M., & Upton, T.D. (2010, October 17). Presentation entitledCannabis use following traumatic brain injury at National Rehabilitation Association AnnualTraining Conference. New Orleans, LA.Upton, T.D., (2010, September 30-October 1). Medical and psychosocial aspects ofdisabilities. Two day, 13-hour interactive training session WI Division ofVocational Rehabilitation (DVR). Milwaukee, WI.Premuda, P. & Upton, T.D. (2010, March 12). Poster presentation on demographic and servicevariables as predictors of State-Federal vocational Rehabilitation system competitiveemployment outcomes among consumers with traumatic brain injury. Poster presented at theInternational Brain Injury Association international conference. Alexandria, VA.Hollender, H., Watt, C., & Upton, T. (2010, April 7). Inspiring Others: Building theBridge for Leadership. Poster presented at National Council on Rehabilitation Education, LosAngeles.Hollender, H., Watt, C., & Upton, T. (2010, April 7). Attitudinal differences aboutDisabilities among Rehabilitation Professionals. Poster presented at National Council onRehabilitation Education, Los Angeles.Upton, T., Alghazo, R., Cioe, N., Hollender, H., & Watt, C. (2010, April 8). Duty toWarn vs. Duty to Protect Confidentiality. Poster presented at National Council on RehabilitationEducation, Los Angeles.Hollender, H., Cioe, N.J., Upton, T.D. (2009, February 19) Attitudinal differences aboutdisabilities among rehabilitation professionals: A pilot study [poster session]. National Councilon Rehabilitation Education Annual Conference in San Antonio, TX.Meyer, J., Hollender, H., Upton, T.D. (2009, February 19). Training needs for rehabilitationcounselors in the emerging 21st century’. National Council on Rehabilitation Education AnnualConference in San Antonio, TX.Cioe, N.J., Hollender, H., Upton, T.D. (2009, February 19). Adolescent Brain Injury: Change inFunctioning Following Discharge [poster session]. National Council on Rehabilitation EducationAnnual Conference in San Antonio, TX.Hollender, H., Cioe, N.J., Upton, T.D. (2009, April 14). Attitudinal differences aboutdisabilities among rehabilitation professionals: A Pilot Study [poster session]. SIUC ResearchTown Meeting. Carbondale, IL.Dallas, B., & Upton, T.D. (2008, October 24). Utilizing appropriate text conversion

T.D. UPTON 6formatting to assure educational materials are available to all students. [poster session]. NationalRehabilitation Association Annual Training Conference, St. Louis, MO.Hollender, H., Cioe, N.J., Upton, T.D. Attitudinal differences about disabilities amongrehabilitation professionals: A Pilot Study [poster session]. (2008, October 24). NationalRehabilitation Association Annual Training Conference, St. Louis, MO.Cioe, N.J., Hollender, H., Upton, T.D. (2008, October 24). Adolescent brain injury:Change in functioning following discharge: A pilot study [poster session].National Rehabilitation Association Annual Training Conference, St. Louis, MO.Upton, T.D., & Premuda. (2008, March 23). Adolescent brain injury: Durability ofrehabilitation gains. American Counseling Association World Conference AmericanRehabilitation Counseling Association. Poster session. Honolulu, HI.Upton, T.D., (2008). Medical and psychosocial aspects of disabilities. Completed fiveseparate two day, 13 hour training sessions at various sites throughout the state.Adams, D., & Upton, T.D., (2008, January 15). Medical and psychosocialAspects of Disabilities. Ohio Rehabilitation Services Commission.Columbus, OH.Premuda, P, Musgrave, J., & Upton, T.D, (2007, February 12). An exploratoryexamination of the demographic and correlational relationships of the Career Interest Inventoryand Career Values Inventory with rural population. National Council on RehabilitationEducation (NCRE) Conference. San Diego, CA.Premuda, P., Upton, T.D., & Larson, K. (2005, April 17). Long term socialconsequences of adolescent traumatic brain injury. Poster presented for Division 22Rehabilitation Psychology of the American Psychological Association (APA) AnnualConference, Baltimore, MD.Upton, T.D., Brostrand, H., & Wadsworth, J. (2004, February 19). Long-term needsfollowing adolescent brain injury: Exploratory findings. National Council on RehabilitationEducation (NCRE) Conference. Tucson, AZ.Wadsworth, J., & Upton, T.D. (2004, March). The identification and treatment of writingapprehension and anxiety among graduate students. American Counseling Association (ACA)World Conference. Kansas City, MO.Wadsworth, J., & Upton, T.D. (2003, October). Writing apprehension and anxiety amonggraduate students: Preliminary data analysis. The National Rehabilitation Annual Conference:Nashville, TN.Wadsworth, J., & Upton, T.D. (2003, February 15). Writing anxiety among rehabilitationstudents: A barrier to professional success. National Council on Rehabilitation Education(NCRE) Conference. Tucson, AZ.

T.D. UPTON 7Upton, T.D. & Hutcheson, B. (2003, February 3). Introductory remarks with respect to substanceabuse as a disability. Southern Illinois Rehabilitation Association. Annual training conference.Upton, T.D., & Bordieri, J.E. (2002, August 24). Innovative vocational rehabilitation programsfor adults with TBI: Preliminary data. Poster presented for Division 22 RehabilitationPsychology of the American Psychological Association (APA) Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.Upton, T.D., Larson, K., Wiler, J., & Smith, S. (2002, July 26). Long term durability ofrehabilitation gains following adolescent brain injury. National Brain Injury Association’s(BIA’s) Annual Symposium, Minneapolis, MN.Upton, T.D., & Harper, D.C., (2002, March 24). Disability attitudes and perspectives ofeducational accommodation in higher education. American CounselingAssociation 2002 World Conference. New Orleans, LA.Wadsworth, J., Upton, T.D., & Edwards, Y. (2002, February 15). Reading, writing, and reciting:Rhetoric skill development at the master’s level. National Council on Rehabilitation Education(NCRE) Conference. Tucson, AZ.Bordieri, J.E. Upton, T.D., & Jones, J. (2002, February 14). Rehabilitation research:From vision, revision, to publication. National Council on RehabilitationEducation (NCRE) Conference. Tucson, AZ.Upton, T.D., & Bordieri, J. (2001). Development and provision of intensive social skills trainingskills and work readiness training for adults with traumatic brain injury. Conference Proceedingsof the Australian Society of Rehabilitation Counsellors. Gold Coast, Australia.Zhankun, Cheng, & Upton, T.D. (2001, October 28). Counseling strategies for use with gayyouth that abuse substances. The Alliance for Rehabilitation Counseling. St. Louis, MO.Upton, T.D., & Amble, M. (2001, October 27). Adolescents Learning Positive HealthAlternatives (ALPHA): A program evaluation of a peer led drug prevention curriculum. PosterPresentation at The Alliance for Rehabilitation Counseling. St. Louis, MO.Upton, T.D., & Bordieri, J. (2001, October 27). Social Skills and work readiness training foradults with brain injury: Program development and implementation. Poster Presentation at TheAlliance for Rehabilitation Counseling. St. Louis, MO.Upton, T.D. (2001, July 29). Development and initial provision of intensive social skills trainingfor adults with traumatic brain injury. Poster presentation at the National Brain InjuryAssociation’s (BIA’s) 20th Annual Symposium. Atlanta, GA.Bordieri, J., Benshoff, J., Upton, T.D., & Green, R. (2001, February 24). Mentoring new faculty:Multiple perspectives. National Council on Rehabilitation Education (NCRE) Conference.Tucson, AZ.

T.D. UPTON 8Upton, T.D., & Benshoff. J. (2001, March 8). Brain and neurotransmitter functioning:The impact of psychoactive drugs. The Illinois Youth Correctional Facility. Murphrysboro, IL.Upton, T.D. (2000, November 14). Innovative services to enhance the lives of persons with braininjury. Mid-South Professional Counseling & Case Management Symposium. Center forRehabilitation & Employment Research at The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN.Upton, T.D. (2000, May 5). Intensive social skills treatment for adults with brain injury. TheAlliance for Rehabilitation Counseling. Plymouth, MA.V.PUBLICATIONS AND CREATIVE WORKSA. Books:Premuda-Conti, Paola, & Upton, T.D. (2014). Predictors of competitive employment outcomes:Vocational rehabilitation clients with traumatic brain injury. Berlin: Scholars Press. ISBN: 9783-639-71095-3Upton, T.D. (2011). Private rehabilitation: Evolving opportunities. Osage Beach, MO: AspenProfessional Services. ISBN: 978-0-97221642-6-9.B. Articles in Professional Journals:Buono, F. D., Upton, T. D., Griffiths, M. D., Sprong, M. E.,& Bordieri, J. (2016). Demonstratingthe validity of the Video Game Functional Assessment-Revised (VGFA-R). Computers in HumanBehavior, 54, 501-510. doi:10.1016/j.chb.2015.08.037Sprong, M. E., Dallas, B. K., Upton, T. D., & Bordieri, J. (2015). The influence of race, causalattribution, and in-group favoritism on recommendations for rehabilitation services. RehabilitationCounseling Bulletin. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1177/0034355214562071Sprong, M. E., Buono, F., Bordieri, J., Mui, N., & Upton, T. D. (2014). Establishing thebehavioral function of video game addiction: Development of the video game functionalassessment. J Addict Behav Ther Rehabil, 3(4). doi: 10.4172/2324-9005.1000129Dallas, B., Upton, T., & Sprong, M. (2014). Post-secondary faculty attitudes toward inclusiveteaching strategies. Journal of Rehabilitation, 80(2), 12-20.Hillesheim, C., Sprong, M.E., Dallas, B., Upton, T.D., & Musgrave, J.R. (2013). FallingThrough the Cracks: A Screening Assessment for Student Veterans with Educational Barriers.Vocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment Association Journal, 40(1), 23-31.McCabe, M., Sprong, M.E., Dallas, B., Mui, N. & Upton, T.D. (2013). Program Effectiveness ofVocational Evaluation as Quantified by the Career Planning Scale. Vocational Evaluation andWork Adjustment Association Journal, 40(1), 12-22.Mui, N., Sprong, M.E., Chowdhury, D., Lee, S., & Flowers, C. (2013). An Ethical Guide forRehabilitation Administrators: Revising the NARL Code of Ethics, Journal of RehabilitationAdministration, 37(1), 19-24.

T.D. UPTON 9Reinschmiedt, H.J., Sprong, M.E., Dallas, B., Buono, F.D., & Upton, T.D. (2013). PostSecondary Students with Disabilities Receiving Accommodations: A Survey of Satisfaction &Subjective Well-Being. Journal of Rehabilitation, 79(3), 3-10.Geiger, J., Sprong, M.E., Kozma, W., & Upton, T.D. (2012). Predicting Driver's Licensure usingthe Ruff 2 & 7 Selective Attention Test. Vocational Evaluation and Work AdjustmentAsssociation Journal, 39(1), 31-35.Sprong, M.E., Upton, T.D., & Pappas, M. (2012). Utilization of community rehabilitationprograms: Screening for alcohol & drugs. Journal of Rehabilitation, 78(2), 13-19.Dallas, B., & Upton, T.D. (2011) Maximizing access to postsecondary educational print materialsfor students with print disabilities. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 42(1)35-42.Upton, T.D., Alghazo, R., & Cioe, N. (2011). Duty to warn versus duty toprotect confidentiality: Ethical and legal consideration relative to individuals with AIDS/HIV.Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 42(1) 43-49.Cioe, N., & Upton, T.D (2010). Differing perceptions and functioning followingdischarge from post-acute brain injury rehabilitation: Implications forrehabilitation administrators. Journal of Rehabilitation Administration, 34(1), 35-50.Mbugua, A., & Upton, T.D. (2010). Acculturative stress and Acculturation:Perspectives of international students at a university in the USA. Journal ofPennsylvania Counseling Association, 11(1), 11-19.Upton, T.D., Premuda, P., Nesheim-Larson, K., Hollender, H., Wadsworth, J. & Martin. K.(2010). Long-term-functional impairment following adolescent brain injury and comprehensiverehabilitation: An insider’s perspective. Journal of AppliedRehabilitation Counseling 41(1), 2631.Soldner, J., Upton, T.D., & Dunlap, P. (2009). Acquired brain injury rehabilitation and managedCare: Implications for rehabilitation administrators.Journal of Rehabilitation Administration, 33(1), 45-57.Upton, T.D., & Wadsworth, J. (2008). Replication of community-based social skills and workreadiness training for adults with traumatic brain injury. Journal of RehabilitationAdministration, 32 (1), 33-42.Upton, T.D., Wadsworth, J. & Sattley, A.R., (2008). Multiple perspectiveson predicting the vocational readiness of persons with brain injury. Journal ofVocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment Association, 36(1), 37-44.Upton, T.D., & Phillips, R. (2005). Family inclusion in rehabilitation: A clinical andethical imperative. Journal of Pennsylvania Counseling Association, 7(1),23- 34.Upton, T.D., Harper, D.C., & Wadsworth, J. (2005). Postsecondary attitudes towardpersons with disabilities: A comparison of college students with and without

T.D. UPTON 10disabilities, Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 36(3), 24-31.Wadsworth, J., Upton, T.D., Michaelson, S. (2004). Enhancing the objectivity andaccuracy of reports: A process Approach. Journal of RehabilitationAdministration, 28(2), 75-84.Upton, T.D., Benshoff, J., & McFarlane, F. (2004). Empowerment beliefs ofrehabilitation counselor educators: Relevance for Rehabilitation Administrators. Journal ofRehabilitation Administration, 28(1), 35-46.Whitney, M., & Upton, T.D. (2004). Electronic and information technology: Unequalaccess in postsecondary education. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 35, (1), 23-28.Wadsworth, J. & Upton, T. (2003). Strategies to improve the writing ofRehabilitation professionals and implications for rehabilitation administrators.Journal of Rehabilitation Administration, 27(3-4), 59-69.Upton, T.D. (2003). Vocational expertise in the disability determination process: Implications forrehabilitation administrators. Journal of Rehabilitation Administration, 27(1), 25-31.Upton, T.D., Premuda, P., & J. Bordieri (2002). Desarrollo y provisión inicial deentrenamiento intensivo de habilidades sociales y preparación para el trabajo para adultos contraumatismo encéfalo-craneal: Posibilidades de replicación en el Rio de la Plata. RevistaNeurológica Argentina, 27(4), 240-246.Upton, T.D., Bordieri, J.E., & Roberts, M.A. (2002). Australian relevance of community-basedsocial skills and work readiness training for persons with traumatic brain injury. AustralianJournal of Rehabilitation Counselling, 8(1), 1-11.Wadsworth, J., Halfman, A., & Upton, T. (2002). Strategies to improve the writing ofgraduate students. Rehabilitation Education, 16(3), 295-305.Upton, T.D., Fontan, L., Premuda, P., Lorenzo, J., & Quinteros, N. (2002). Comparing braininjury rehabilitation practices: What can North and South Americans learn from each other?Journal of Rehabilitation, 68(4), 20-25.Upton, T.D., & Beck, R. (2002). Case management: Rehabilitation applications andadministrative implications. Journal of Rehabilitation Administration, 26(1), 39-46.Upton, T.D., & Harper, D.C. (2002). Multidimensional disability attitudes and equitableevaluation of educational accommodations by college students without disabilities. Journal ofPostsecondary Education and Disability, 15(2), 115-130.Barrett, K., Upton, T.D., & Riggar, T.F. (2001). Decision-making certainty of vocationalrehabilitation impartial hearing officers. Journal of Rehabilitation Administration, 25(3), 129136.

T.D. UPTON 11Upton, T.D., & Bordieri, J. E. (2001). Development and provision of intensive socialskills training skills and work readiness training for adults with traumatic brain injury. BrainInjury Source, 5(3), 30-34.C. Chapters in Professional Books:Upton, T.D. (2008). Case management practices in human service. In J. Andrew & C.Faubion. Rehabilitation services: An Introduction for human service professionals (pp. 330-345).Osage Beach, MO: Aspen Professional Services.Upton, T.D. (2005). Medical providers. In W. Crimando & T.F. Riggar (Eds.).Community resources: A practical guide for human service professionals. Long Grove, IL:Waveland Press, Inc.Upton, T.D. (2002). Case management practices in human service. In J. Andrew & C.Faubion. Rehabilitation services: An introduction for human serviceProfessionals (pp. 403-418). Osage Beach, MO: Aspen Professional Services.D. Book Reviews:Upton, T.D. (2004). Review of Employee Assistance Programs (3rd edition). Journal ofRehabilitation, 70(4), 52, 54.E. Other:Jaenig, K. (2009, August 27). Rehabilitation counselor training program lauded. The SalukiTimes (appeared on http://thesouthern.com). Southern Illinois University-Carbondale.Carbondale, IL.Upton, T.D. (2009, August 17) Interview with Kathryn Jaenig on reaccreditationfor the RCT program from University Communications.Upton, T.D. (2009, February 10). Interview with Chris Mortides on brain injurytreatment suggestion for Counseling Today. Published in September 2009.Upton, T.D. (2007, August) RCT internship manual. Rehabilitation Institute, Southern IllinoisUniversity-Carbondale.Upton, T.D. (2007, April 7). Interview for Daily Egyptian at Southern Illinois UniversityCarbondale with regard to national ranking of RCT program.Amble, M., & Upton, T.D. (2003, July 15). Preliminary program evaluation of theALPHA program: 2001-2002 school year. Monograph. Rehabilitation Institute. Southern IllinoisUniversity. Carbondale, IL.

T.D. UPTON 12Harper, D.C. & Upton, T.D. (2002). College students’ multidimensional disabilityattitudes and perspectives toward educational accommodation [Abstract].Rehabilitation Psychology, 47, 373.Upton, T.D., & Bordieri, J.E. (2002). Innovative vocational rehabilitation programs for adultswith TBI: Preliminary data [Abstract]. Rehabilitation Psychology, 47, 375.Upton, T.D. (2002). Review of Cognitive Rehabilitation: An integrativeneuropsychological approach. Journal of Rehabilitation, 68(4), 67-68.Filo, E. (2002). Others; attitudes toward students with disabilities a factor in learning: Educationcan break down barriers of misunderstanding of accommodations. Disability Compliance forHigher Education, 7(12), 3. Interview on peer reviewed article.Upton, T.D., (2000). College student attitudes toward educational accommodation. Doctoral Dissertation.The University of Iowa. Iowa City, Iowa.VI.TEACHING EXPERIENCEA. Teaching Interests and Specialties:Extensive teaching has been completed in the RehabilitationInstitute. Courses taught are listed below:Southern Illinois University (SIU) at CarbondaleDidactic Courses:Introduction to Rehabilitation (400)Introduction to Alcoholism and Substance Abuse (Rehb 461)Introduction to Interpersonal RehabilitationCounseling Skills (Rehb 501)Medical and Psychosocial Aspects of Disability(Rehb 513)Vocational Development and Placement Rehb521Assessment Procedures in RehabilitationCounseling (Rehb 530)Rehabilitation counseling theory andpractice(Rehb 551)Private Sector Rehabilitation (Rehb 560)Advanced Seminar in Rehabilitation (Rehb571)Experiential Courses:Independent Study in Rehabilitation (Rehb 591)Professional Supervision-Rehabilitation Research/Teaching (Rehb 592)Master’s Paper (Rehb 593)Practicum in Rehabilitation Counseling (Rehb 594C)Internship (Rehb 595B)MS Thesis hours (Rehb 599)Doctoral Dissertation hours (Rehb 600)

T.D. UPTON 13Teaching Load by Semester from Fall 2005-2011SemesterFall 2005ClassRehb 501Rehb 513Rehb 591Rehb 592Credit3413Students61114Spring 2006Rehb 501Rehb 513Rehb 591Rehb 592Rehb 593Rehb 595BRehb 599Rehb 60034339826817321212Summer 2006Rehb 560Rehb 593Rehb 595BRehb 59934439231Fall 2006Rehb501Rehb 513Rehb 592Rehb 593Rehb 595BRehb 600Rehb 601343446191515422Spring 2007Rehb 400-elValorRehb 501Rehb 513Rehb 591Rehb 592Rehb 593Rehb 595BRehb 599Rehb 600Rehb 6013342348491117182155131Summer 2007Rehb 501Rehb 5603398Fall 2007Rehb 501Rehb 501-El ValorRehb 513Rehb 589Rehb 591Rehb 592Rehb 593Rehb 595BRehb 600Rehb 601334323446112278123232Fall 2007

T.D. UPTON 14Spring 2008Rehb 501Rehb 513Rehb 591Rehb 593Rehb 595BRehb 600Rehb 601342289171621214Summer 2008Rehb 501Rehb 513-El ValorRehb 560Rehb 591Rehb 592Rehb 593Rehb 595BRehb 6013432624111811442Fall 2008SabatticalPreparing for CORE –RCT program reviewSpring 2009Rehb 501Rehb 513Rehb 591Rehb 592Rehb 593Rehb 595BRehb 599Rehb 60134234821714221722Summer 2009Rehb 560Rehb 5013379Fall 2009Rehb 513Rehb 571Rehb 591Rehb 593Rehb 601Rehb 501Rehb 513Rehb 591Rehb 5933323134341312343101311Rehb 501Rehb 560Rehb 501Rehb 513Rehb 592Rehb 593Rehb 601333463198726131Spring 2010Summer 2010Fall 2010The course load represents a heavy teaching load within the Rehabilitation Institute.

T.D. UPTON 15Available Course Evaluation SummariesSemesterFall 2005CourseRehb 513ICE #204.2ICE # 404.5Spring 2009Rehb 513Rehb 5014.04.44.54.9Summer 2009Rehb 501Rehb 5604.05.04.55.0Fall 2009Rehb 571Rehb 5134.32.94.13.3Spring 2010Rehb 501Rehb 5134.44.04.74.2Summer 2010Rehb 560Rehb 5014.84.454.7Fall 2010Rehb 501Rehb 5134.43.24.93.7Spring 2011Rehb 501Rehb 5134.64.44.64.6Summer 2011Rehb 501Rehb 5604.35.04.44.8These reflect the didactic courses I typically teach. ICE item #20,”in general taught courseeffectively”, and ICE #40,” generally, the course was good” are reported in these standardevaluation summaries. Rehb 501 and Rehb 513 are taught every fall and spring semester,whereas Rehb 571 is a doctoral seminar and only taught every two years. According to students,these courses were good and taught effectively.B. Teaching and Training Grants:See proceeding section CC. Current Graduate Faculty Status:Full Graduate School FacultyD. Number of Master’s and Ph.D. Committees on which you h

and Student Development, The University of Iowa 1994-1996 Instructor for Indian River Community College, Fort Pierce, FL 1993-1996 Senior Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Counselor Florida Div. of Voc. Rehabilitation (DVR), Fort Pierce, FL 1994-1995 Vocational Rehabilitation