Faculty and Staff Profiles

William C. Hunter
Asst Professor, Instruction Curriculum Leadership
Email: wchunter@memphis.edu
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Dr. Hunter is as an Assistant Professor of Special Education at the University of Memphis. He received his doctoral degree from the University of Cincinnati. His research interests include classroom management strategies, evidenced based instructional practices in inclusive and self-contained classrooms, positive behavior supports, and culturally responsive teaching. Prior to working in higher education, Dr. Hunter worked as an administrator, special education teacher, and children’s mental health intervention specialist in several school districts located within Ohio and Kentucky.

 

Additional Information


 

Education
  • Ed.D. Special Education - University of Cincinnati - 2011
  • MAED Special Education - Northern Kentucky University - 2006
  • B.A. History - University of Cincinnati - 1998

Work Experience

  • Assistant Professor, Instruction and Curriculum Leadership - University of Memphis - 2011-Present
  • Special Education Teacher , Holmes Middle School - Covington Independent School District, Covington, Kentucky - 2004-2007; 2008-2011
  • Adjunct Professor, Graduate Assistant, College of Education - University of Cincinnati - 2007-2011
  • Adjunct Professor, College of Education - Northern Kentucky University - 2008-2009
  • Lead Educational Specialist, Northern Kentucky Children’s Home, Homeward Bound - Covington Independent School District, Covington, Kentucky - 2007-2009 (Summer Program, May-July)
  • Assistant Principal/Special Education Program Director, Administrative Team - VLT Academy, Cincinnati, Ohio - 2007-2008
  • Special Education Program Director, Administrative Team - A.B. Miree Fundamental Academy, Cincinnati, Ohio - 2002-2004.
  • Mental Health Intervention Specialist, Short-Term Unit, Crisis Unit, Day Treatment, Community Connections - St. Joseph’s Orphanage, Cincinnati, Ohio - 1999-2008
  • Site Administrator/Camp Counselor, Clifton Branch - YMCA - 1999-2000.
  • Building Substitute for Schoolwide Intervention Program, Princeton Middle School - Princeton City School District, Cincinnati, Ohio - 1998-1999
  • Chemical/Biology Library Assistant, Chemistry Department - University of Cincinnati - 1996-1998
Honors/Awards
  • University of Memphis, Instruction Curriculum and Leadership (ICL) Department, Faculty Research Award, 2015 - ICL Department University of Memphis - 2015
  • Holmes Scholar - University of Cincinnati - 2011
  • The Joseph E. Zins Outstanding Doctoral Student Award in Special Education - University of Cincinnati - 2011
  • University Scholarship - University of Cincinnati - 2007-2011
  • Star Award for Academic Achievement - Northern Kentucky University - 2004-2006

Teaching Experience

  • ICL 4914 Teaching All Learners Residency I Practicum - University of Memphis
  • SPED 7221 Behavior Management Special Education - University of Memphis
  • ICL 8998 151 Directed Reading - University of Memphis
  • SPED 7206/8206 Special Education Law - University of Memphis
  • SPED 7042 Field Experience/Comprehensive Special Education - University of Memphis
  • SPED 3803 Classroom/Behavior Management - University of Memphis
  • SPED 2000 Foundation/Exceptional Learners - University of Memphis
  • EDMT 621 Students with Exceptionalities in Regular Middle/School Secondary Classrooms - Northern Kentucky University
  • EDST 275 Human Learning and Development - University of Cincinnati
  • EDU 599 023 Teaching for Individual Differences - Northern Kentucky University
  • 18 SPED 667 Working with and Supporting Families - University of Cincinnati
  • 18-SPED 658/18 PRFS 741 Individuals with Learning Disabilities/Crafting the Curriculum - University of Cincinnati
  • 18 SPED 512 /18 PRFS 540 Teaching Reading and Writing to Students with Disabilities II - University of Cincinnati
  • 18 SPED 508/PRFS 591 Curriculum Development and Instructional Planning for Students with Mild-Moderate Disabilities - University of Cincinnati
  • 18 SPED 600 Challenging Learner in Society - University of Cincinnati
  • 18 SPED 251 Special Education and the Law - University of Cincinnati

Student Advising/Mentoring

  • Ed.D. (Educational Leadership) - Eric Thomas Jones-Dissertation Committee Member - 2016
  • Ed.D. (Instruction Curriculum Leadership) - Kimberlee Fair Josey-Dissertation Committee Member - 2016
  • Ed.D. (Instruction Curriculum Leadership) - Trainer Kern-Dissertation Committee Member - 2016
  • Ed.D. (Instruction Curriculum Leadership) - Tisha L. White-Dissertation Committee Member - 2015
  • Ed.D. (Instruction Curriculum Leadership) - Fatima Ferguson-Dissertation Committee Member - 2015
  • Ed.D. (Special Education) - Luanne Sailors-Dissertation Committee Member - 2015
  • Ed.D. (Special Education) - Beth Stratton-Chair-Dissertation Committee - 2015
  • Ed.D. (Educational Leadership) - Tameka Jones-Dissertation Committee Member - 2015
  • Ed.D (Educational Leadership) - William Johnson Sr.-Dissertation Committee Member - 2014
  • Ed.D (Educational Leadership) - Willie C. Williams-Dissertation Committee Member - 2014
  • Ed.D (Reading) - Shawneice Malone-Dissertation Committee Member - 2014
  • Ed.D (Applied Behavior Analysis) - Shannon D. Buford-Dissertation Committee Member - 2014
  • Ed.D (Applied Behavior Analysis) - Jenny Anne Hayes-Dissertation Committee Member - 2012

Support

  • RtI-Behavior Grant - Tennessee Department of Education - $3,500,000 - 2015-2020
  • Building Resources for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities towards Gainful Employment: The BRIDGE Project for Inclusive Transition to Integrated Employment - US Dept. of Education - $1,560,899 - 2015-2020
  • RISE Grant Project - Tennessee Department of Education - $771,000.00 - 2012-2015
  • Faculty Mentoring Grant - College of Education, Health and Human Sciences - $300.00 - 2012
  • Graduate Student and Faculty Research Mentoring Grant Program. - University of Cincinnati - $750.00 - 2009

Outreach

  • Introduction to Special Education Presentation - Parents-Transition Conference - 2014-2016 - Shelby County School District
  • RISE Mini-Conference - Educators-Western Tennessee Region - 2014 - School Districts within Western Tennessee
  • School Wide Positive Behavior Intervention Supports - Teachers, Administrators, & Paraprofessionals - 2012 - Fayette County School District
  • Classroom Management Presentation - Counselors, Psychologists, and Social workers - 2012 - Shelby County Schools
  • Classroom Management Presentation/Mental Health Group Facilitator - Provided a presentation focusing on classroom management for teachers and staff of the Porter Leath School System at the University of Memphis, Presented mental health groups to residents at Sarah’s Place - 2013-2014 - Porter Leath
  • Special Olympics - Basketball/Appling Middle School - 2012-2013 - Special Olympics/Memphis
Service
  • University of Memphis - National Level-The Division for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Exceptional Learners of the Council for Exceptional Children-Chair of Finance Committee - 2016-2017
  • University of Memphis - Tennessee Collaboration for Effective Educator Development, Accountability and Reform (CEEDAR) Representative - 2015-2017
  • University of Memphis - Special Education Department Co-Coordinator - 2015-2017
  • University of Memphis - Education and Treatment of Children Guest Reviewer (Special Issue) - 2017
  • University of Memphis - TED Kaleidoscope Reviewer, CEC Conference - 2017
  • University of Memphis - Western Tennessee Representative-Tennessee Council for Exceptional Children Chapter - 2016
  • University of Memphis - SPED Doctoral Program Coordinator - 2014-2017
  • University of Memphis - Beyond Behavior- Guest Manuscript Reviewer - 2014, 2015, 2017
  • University of Memphis - Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions-Guest Reviewer - 2017
  • University of Memphis - ICL Department, Department Chair Search - 2016-2017
  • University of Memphis - IDT Department, Tenure Track Search Committee Member, 2017 - 2017
  • University of Memphis - Grade Appeal Committee - 2014-2015
  • University of Memphis - SPED Assistant Professor Search Committee Chair - 2016
  • University of Memphis - Elementary (MPREP)-Instructor Search Committee Member - 2016
  • University of Memphis - American Educational Research Association - Reviewer for National Conference - 2013
  • University of Memphis - Urban Education-Guest Manuscript Reviewer - 2013-2014
  • University of Memphis - Journal of Assistive Technology – Guest Manuscript Reviewer - 2013
  • University of Memphis - TN Council for Exceptional Children - Treasurer - 2013-2014 - 2014
  • University of Memphis - University Graduate Student Poster Session Judge - 2012
  • University of Memphis - (CEHHS) Scholarship Committee - 2012-2013
  • University of Memphis - Graduate Committee (ICL) - 2013-2014
  • University of Memphis - Master’s Project Evaluator - 2011-2014
Consulting
  • Youth Villages - 2012-2017
Books Published
  • Book Chapter
  • Kroeger, S. D., & Hunter, W. (In-press). Preparing teachers to use culturally responsive practices. In J. Goeke & K. Kossar (Eds.), Redesigning Special Education Teacher Preparation: Challenges and Solutions. New York, NY: Rowman & Littlefield.

     

Journal Articles
  • Williamson, R. L., Jasper, A.D., Smith, C., Novak, J., Hunter, W.C., & Casey, L. (accepted/minor revisions). Re-examining video modeling as evidence based practice: Applying CEC 2014 classification standards. Journal of International Special Needs Education.
  • Hunter, W. & Haydon, T. (accepted/minor revisions). Implementing a classroom management package in an urban middle school: A case study. Preventing School Failure.
  • Hunter, W., Elswick, S., & Casey, L. (In-Press). Tier 3 wraparound services for students with emotional and behavioral disorders: Team-based intervention featuring school social workers and teachers. Children and Schools.
  • Hunter, W., Holbrook, J., Dieker, L., & Christopher-Allen, A. (In-Press). Instructional coaching with numbered heads together in secondary mathematics inclusive classrooms. The Learning Professional. 
  • Hunter, W., Barton-Arwood, S., Jasper, A., Murley, R., & Clements, T. (2017). Utilizing the pett mnemonic to guide classroom level pbis for students at risk or with ebd across classroom settings. Beyond Behavior, 26(2).81-88.
  • Christopher-Allen, A., Hunter, W., Brown, S., Carter, E., & Schiro-Geist, C. (2017). Utilizing peer-mediated instruction within post-secondary classrooms. Journal of Forensic Vocational Analysis, 17(1), 27-36.
  • Hunter, W., Elswick, S., Perkins., J.H., Heroux, J.R., & Harte, H. (2017). Literacy workshops: School social workers enhancing educational connections between educators, early childhood students, and families. Children and Schools, 39(3), 167-176.
  • Hunter, W., Williamson, R.L., Jasper, A., Casey, L., & Smith, C. (2017). Examining self- monitoring interventions for academic support of students with emotional behavioral disorders: A case study across three students. Journal of International Special Needs Education, 20(2), 67-78.
  • Eyres, R. Williamson, R.L., Hunter, W., & Casey, L. (2016). To puberty and beyond: The impact of awareness and strategy training on perceptions of regarding comprehensive sexuality education for students with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Journal of the Division on Autism and Developmental Disabilities, Council for Exceptional Children, 3(1), 160-171.
  • Hunter, W., Dieker, L., & Whitney, T.J. (2016). Consultants and co-teachers impacting student outcomes with numbered heads together: Keeping all engaged. Journal of Educational & Psychological Consultation, 26(2), 186-199. Doi.org/10.1080/10474412.2015.1108200 
  • Hunter, W., Maheady, L., Jasper, A., Williamson, R.L., Murley, R., & Stratton, E. (2015). Numbered heads together as a tier 1 instructional strategy in multi-tieredsystems of support. Education and Treatment of Children, 38(3), 345-362.
  • Jasper, A.D., Hunter, W., Williams, R.L., & Collins. (2015). Data recording in the classroom – It can be done! Beyond Behavior, 24(15), 18-23.

  • Hunter, W., & Haydon, T. (Spring, 2013). Increasing the effectiveness of numbered heads together for students with emotional and behavioral disorders. Beyond Behavior, 22(3), 40-45.
  • Hunter, W., Jasper, A.D., & Williamson, R.L. (2014). Utilizing middle school common planning time to support inclusive environments. Intervention in School and Clinic.1-7. Doi:10.1177/1053451214536045
  • Christensen, J., Siegel-Robertson, J., Williamson, R., & Hunter, W. (2013). Preparing educational leaders for special education success: Principals’ perspectives. The Researcher, 25(1), 94-107. 
  • Hunter, W. (2012). Assessing the effects of a number heads together strategy package upon students with exceptionalities’ math scores: A case study. Tennessee Association of Middle Schools Journal. 84-95.
  • Haydon, T., DeGreg, J., Maheady, L., & Hunter, W. C. (2012). Using active supervision and precorrection to improve transition behaviors in a middle school classroom Journal of Evidence-Based Practices For Schools, 1, 81-97.
  •  Haydon, T., & Hunter, W. (2011). The effects of two types of teacher questioning on teacher behavior and student performance: A case study. Education and Treatment of Children, 34(2), 1-18.
  • Haydon, T., Maheady, L., & Hunter, W. (2010). Effects of numbered heads together on the daily quiz scores and on-task behavior of students with disabilities. Journal of Behavioral Education, 19(3), 222-238.
Presentations
  • Hunter, W. C., Jasper, A. D., Barton-Arwood, S., Murley, R., & Clements, T. (Poster presentation accepted for 2018, February). Utilizing the PPET mnemonic to guide classroom level PBIS in secondary schools. Poster to be presented at the 2018 Annual Conference of the Council for Exceptional Children, Tampa, FL.
  • A.D., Jasper, & Hunter, W.C. (Poster presentation accepted for 2018, February). Making it happen: Students with disabilities attending postsecondary education settings. Poster to be presented at the 2018 Annual Conference of the Council for Exceptional Children, Tampa, FL.
  • Jasper, A. D., & Hunter, W. C. (Paper presentation accepted for 2017, November). Making it happen: Students with disabilities attending 4-year universities. Presentation at the 40th Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, Savannah, GA.
  • Jasper, A. D., Davis, K., Singleton, J., Davis, L. L., & Hunter, W. C. (Paper presentation accepted for 2017, November). Empowering teachers in the classroom through a student orientation package. Presentation at the 40th Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, Savannah, GA.
  • Hunter, W., Barton-Arwood, S., Jasper, A., Murley, R., & Clements, T. (Paper presentation accepted for 2017, October). Utilizing classroom level PBIS to promote the PETT mnemonic within self-contained and day treatment classrooms of students with emotional behavioral disorders. Presentation for Teacher Educators for Children with Behavioral Disorders (TECBD), Tempe, Arizona.
  • Hunter, W., Barton-Arwood, S., Jasper, A., Murley, R., & Clements, T. (Paper presentation accepted for 2017, October). Utilizing classroom level PBIS to promote the PETT mnemonic within self-contained and day treatment classrooms of students with emotional behavioral disorders. Presentation for Teacher Educators for Children with Behavioral Disorders (TECBD), Tempe, Arizona.
  • Hunter, W., & Ley Davis, L. (2017, October). Effective classroom management: implementing a student orientation package. Paper accepted to be presented at the Tennessee Council for Exceptional Children (TCEC), Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Williamson, R. L., Hunter, W. C., Jasper, A. D., Novak, J., Reeves, K. C., & Smith, C. (2017, April). Re-examining evidence based practice: Implications of changing EBP standards on teacher practice. Poster presented at the 2017 Annual Conference of the Council for Exceptional Children, Boston, MA.
  • Hunter, W., Barton-Arwood, S., Jasper, A., Murley, R., & Clements, T. (2017, February). Classroom level PBIS for students with exceptionalities across settings. Partners in Education Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Hunter, W. (2016, September). Positive reinforcement: A suitable option in the classroom. Western Tennessee Special Education Conference, Memphis, Tennessee.  


  • Hunter, W., Maheady, L., Andersen, T., Washington, C., & Christopher-Allen, A. (2016, April). Examining carousel brainstorming’s impact upon students with exceptionalities and ELLs. Poster presented at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Conference, Saint Louis, Missouri.
  • Eyres, R., & Hunter, W. (2016, April). Sexuality education for ALL students. Paper presented at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Conference, Saint Louis, Missouri.
  • Hunter, W., Williamson, R.L., Jasper, A. D., Casey-Baylot Casey, & Smith, C.L. (2015, October). Examining self-monitoring interventions for academic support of students with emotional and behavioral disorders. Paper presented at Teacher Educators for Children with Behavioral Disorders (TECBD), Tempe, Arizona. 

  • Hunter, W., Williamson, R.L., Jasper, A. D., Murley, R. & Stratton, E. (October, 2015). Examining Numbered Heads Together as an Instructional Strategy for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders within Multi-Tiered Systems of Support. Paper presented at Teacher Educators for Children with Behavioral Disorders (TECBD), Tempe, Arizona.
  • Hunter, W., & Murley, R. (2015, October). Instructional strategies that promote active student engagement within multi-tiered systems of support. Paper presented at Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) state of Tennessee Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Hunter, W., & Murley, R. (2015, October). Instructional strategies that promote active student engagement within multi-tiered systems of support. Western Tennessee Special Education Conference, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Hunter, W., & Haydon, T. (2015, September). Examining peer-mediated instruction for students with EBD in self-contained classrooms. Paper presented at Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders (CCBD) Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Stratton, E., & Hunter, W. (2015, April). Examining teacher self-efficacy within the first year implementation of a multi-tier framework. Poster presented at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Conference, San Diego, California.
  • Hunter, W., Perkins, J.H., & Ferguson, F. (2015, April). Utilizing literacy workshops to promote family partnerships in education. Poster presented at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Conference, San Diego, California.
  • Hunter, W., Jasper, A., Williamson, R.L., & Stratton, E. (2014, November). Common planning time: Improving collaboration between special and general educators. Paper presented at the Teacher Education Division (TED) of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana.
  • Hunter, W., & Williamson, R.L. (2014, October). iPods, apps and education: Examining self-monitoring strategies for students with exceptionalities. Western Tennessee Special Education Conference, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Hunter, W., Andersen, T., Washington, C., *Christopher, A., & Bell, S. (2014). Examining the effects of carousel brainstorming on academic scores and student engagement in an inclusive setting. Paper presented at Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) state of Tennessee Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Fox, J., Blevins, L., Khan, Kennedy, K., A., Jenkins, Murley, R., & Hunter, W. (2014). School-wide positive behavior support (SWPBS) in Tennessee. Paper presented at Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) state of Tennessee Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Hunter, W. (2014, September). Classroom-level PBIS Interventions for Students within Full Inclusive and Self-Contained Environments (Establishing a Strong Foundation). Student Tennessee Education Association (STEA), Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Hunter, W., & Christopher, A. (2014, August). Classroom-level PBIS interventions for students within full inclusive and self-contained environments (Establishing a Strong Foundation). RISE Conference, Memphis, Tennessee.

  • Hunter, W., & Williamson, R.L., Casey, L., & Smith C. (2014, July). Self-monitoring strategies for students with exceptionalities. Poster presented at the Abreu, International Conference, Braga, Portugal.
  • Williamson, R. L., Chang, J. Hunter, W., Smith, C., & Casey, L. (2014, July). Applying quantitative analysis to special education research. Paper presented at the Abreu, International Conference, Braga, Portugal.
  • Williamson, R. L., Hunter, W., Casey, L., & Reeves, K., (2014, July). iPads and autism: Examining iPad-based AAC on the ability to ‘mand.’ Poster presented at the Abreu, International Conference, Braga, Portugal.
  • Hunter, W., Williamson, R.L., Casey, L., & Smith, C. (2014, April). iPods, APPS, and education: Examining self-monitoring strategies for students with exceptionalities. Poster presented at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

  • Jasper, A., Hunter, W., & Collins, E. (2014, April). Data recording in the classroom: It can be done! Poster presented at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Williamson, R.L., Hunter, W., Casey, L., & Smith, C. (2014, April). It all depends: Applying quantitative analysis to special education research. Paper presented at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Hunter, W., Williamson, R.L., Whitney, J.T., & Stratton, E. (2014, March). Reviewing the first year implementation of SWPBS within a rural school district. Poster presented at the International Conference on Positive Behavior Supports, Chicago, Illinois.
  • Hunter, W., Williamson, R.L., & Murley, R. (2014, February). Assessingnumbered heads together as a primary instructional strategy within multi-tiered interventions. Partners in Education Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Williamson, R.L., Chang, J.Y., Casey, L.B., Hunter, W., & Smith, C. (2013). Autism, iPads and self-advocacy: Examining AAC’s effect on the ability to ‘mand’. Association for Behavior Analysis International Conference, Portland, Oregon.
  • Hunter, W., Williamson, R.L., Casey, L., Smith, C., & Perry, C. (2013, October). Evaluating the use of technology and self-management interventions for students with emotional and behavioral Disorders. Paper presented at Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) state of Tennessee Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Hunter, W., Williamson, R.L., Stratton, E., & Jasper, A. (2013, October). Utilizing middle school common planning time to support inclusive environments. Paper presented at Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) state of Tennessee Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Williamson, R., & Hunter, W, (2013). The effective use of cell phones as assistive technology in the classroom. Tennessee Association for Assistive Technology State Conference, Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
  • Williamson, R.L., Hunter, W., Casey, L., Smith, C., & Perry, C. (2013). iPods, apps & education: examining self-monitoring strategies for students with exceptionalities. Tennessee Association for Assistive Technologies State Conference, Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
  • Hunter, W. (October, 2012). Assessing the effects of a number heads together strategy package upon students with disabilities’ math scores. Paper presented at Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) state of Tennessee Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Kroeger, S., Hunter, W., & Troup, K. (April, 2012). Exploring racial identity of student teachers: contributing to african american student success. Paper accepted at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Conference, Denver, Colorado.
  • Hunter, W., & Haydon, T. (March, 2012). Classroom-level PBIS interventions for students identified with emotional behavioral disorders. Poster accepted for presentation at the International Conference on Positive Behavior Supports, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Hunter, W.  (October, 2011). Examining the effects of NHT+I on students identified with emotional behavioral disorders. Paper presented at Teacher Educators for Children with Behavioral Disorders, Tempe, Arizona.
  • Hunter, W., & Haydon, T. (May, 2011). Examining the effects of NHT on quiz results and on-task behavior with students identified with emotional behavioral disabilities. Poster presented at Applied Behavior Analysis International, Denver, Colorado.
  • Hunter, W., & Haydon, T. (May, 2010). Examining the effects of NHT on quiz results with students in an emotional behavioral disorders self-contained classroom. Poster presented at Applied Behavior Analysis International, San Antonio, Texas.
  • Haydon, T., Hunter, W., & Barnett, D.W. (May, 2010). Using multiple targets and variables for the complexity of school consultations: An example. Poster presented at Applied Behavior Analysis International, San Antonio, Texas.
  • Hunter, W. (April, 2010). Establishing a classroom management intervention program for first year teachers in an urban middle school. Poster presented at Council for Exceptional Children Conference (CEC), Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Hunter, W. (April, 2009). Program for first year teachers in an urban middle school: Preliminary data. Poster presented at Poster Forum Conference, Sponsored by the University of Cincinnati.
Creative/Artistic Works
  • Hunter, W. C. (2007). Chillen with Alaska, Philadelphia, PA: Xlibris Corp.

Appendix A - Teaching Experience

  • ICL 8991 002 - Independent Study
  • ICL 9000 005 - Dissertation
  • ICL 9000 015 - Dissertation
  • SPED 3803 001 - Classroom/Behavior Managment
  • ICL 8995 001 - Research Seminar
  • ICL 9000 015 - Dissertation
  • SPED 3803 001 - Classroom/Behavior Managment
  • ICL 9000 302 - Dissertation
  • SPED 7206 M50 - Special Education Law
  • SPED 7221 M50 - Behavior Mgmt Spec Ed
  • SPED 8206 141 - Special Education Law
  • ICL 7059 001 - Models of Instruction
  • ICL 8991 011 - Independent Study
  • ICL 9000 002 - Dissertation
  • ICL 9000 018 - Dissertation
  • SPED 3803 004 - Classroom/Behavior Managment
  • ICL 8991 002 - Independent Study,
  • ICL 9000 018 - Dissertation
  • SPED 3803 001 - Classsroom/Behavior Managment
  • ICL 9000 302 - Dissertation
  • SPED 7206 M50: - Rsrch/Prac Inclusive Education
  • SPED 7221 M50 - Behavior Mgmt SPEC Ed
  • SPED 8206 141 - Rsrch/Prac Inclusive Education
  • ICL 8991 011 - Independent Study
  • ICL 9000 002 - Dissertation
  • ICL 9000 024 - Dissertation
  • SPED 3803 004 - Classrrom/Behavior Managment
  • ICL 8991 011 - Independent Study
  • ICL 8991 001 - Supervised Research ICL
  • SPED 3803 001 - Classroom/Behavior Management
  • SPED 3802 002 - Classroom/Behavior Management
  • SPED 7221 101 - Behavior Mgmt Spec Ed
  • ICL 8998 151 - Directed Reading
  • ICL 8995 010 - Research Seminar
  • SPED 3803 001 - Classroom/Behavior Management
  • SPED 8622-002 - Readings in SPED
  • ICL 8991 001 - Independent Study
  • SPED-3803-003 - Classroom/Behavior Management
  • SPED-7221 U50 - Behavior Mgmt Spec Ed
  • SPED 7206 U50 - Rsrch/Prac Inclusive Education (Sped Law)
  • SPED 7221 101 - Behavior mgmt Spec Ed
  • SPED 8206 141 - Rsrch/Prac Inclusive Educaton (Sped Law)
  • SPED 8221 101 - Behavior Mgmt. Spec Ed
  • SPED-3803-003 - Classroom/Behavior Management
  • SPED-7221 U50 - Behavior Mgmt Spec Ed
  • SPED 7206 U50 - Rsrch/Prac Inclusive Education (Sped Law)
  • SPED 7221 101 - Behavior mgmt Spec Ed
  • 3803 003 - Classroom/Behavior Management
  • 7221 001 - Behavior Management Spec Ed
  • SPED 7042 301 - Fld Exp/Comprehn SPED
  • SPED 7221 101 - Behavior Mgmt Spec Ed
  • ICL 4914 003 - TAL Residency I Practicum
  • SPED 3803 003 - Classroom/Behavior Management
  • 2000 002 - Foundation/Exceptional Learners
Appendix B - Student Advising/Mentoring
  • Elizabeth Stratton-Doctoral Student-Graduated December 2015-Assistant Professor, University of Tennessee-Martin
  • Doris Wheat-Doctoral Student-Graduated 2016-Manager, Exceptional Children, Shelby County Schools
  • Adrain Christopher-Allen-ICL-SPED Faculty Instructor-Doctoral Student
  • Ruth Eyres-Doctoral Student 
  • Jennifer Graves-Doctoral Student                    
  • Patrice Jones-Doctoral Student
  • Jenifer Hoggan-Doctoral Student
  • Lisa Bryant-Doctoral Student 
  • Alva Thomas Doctoral Student
Appendix C - Research/Scholarship/Creative Activities
  • 2016-2017 BRIDGE Grant/Capacity Building for Post-Secondary Programs for Students with Intellectual Disabilities within HBCU(s) and Rural Universities
  • 2015-2017-West Tennessee Behavior Support Grant-District Wide/School Wide-Positive Behavior Intervention Supports
  • Project RISE 2014-School Wide Positive Behavioral Supports
  • Reviewing Positive Behavior Support Practices for Fayette County Public Schools: 2011-2012
Appendix D - Support
  • External Support (Funded)

    2015-2020- PI-RtI-Behavior Grant-Tennessee Department of Education, $3,500,000
  • External Support (Funded)

    2015-2020-Co-PI  Building Resources for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities  towards Gainful Employment:The BRIDGE Project for Inclusive Transition to Integrated Employment 5 year award $1,560,899 US Dept. of Education
  • External Support (Funded)

     2012-2015-RISE Grant Project-Tennessee Department of Education. $771,000.00

  •  Internal Support (Funded)
  •  2012 Faculty Mentoring Grant (College of Education, Health and Human Sciences)-Helen Perkins and William Hunter. $300.00
  • External Support (Not Funded) Dieker, L., Hughes, C., Hynes, M., Cheng, S., Bell, C., & Hunter, W. (2015) Center for Transforming Teacher Education with TeachLivE. Submitted to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. $2.5M, unfunded.
  • Internal Support (Not Funded)
  •  2013-PI-The Carpenter Art Garden Enhancement Project submitted to the Strengthening the Community Capacity Building Grant (University of Memphis). $6250.00

     2014-PI-The Sustainable Schools Initiative: Service Learning through Environmental Education submitted to Strengthening the Community Capacity Building Grant (University of Memphis). $6250.00