Cheryl L. George
Co-Chair and Professor of Education
B.S. Texas Christian University
M.Ed. University of
Ph.D.University of North Texas
Dr. George is the director of special education, teaches courses in special education, and supervises student teachers. Her research interests include: (1) promoting successful school experiences for children with emotional and behavioral disorders and (2) promoting fitness for children and youth with disabilities. Dr. George is the Past President of the International Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders, a division of the Council for Exceptional Children. She advises the LVC Student Chapter of the Council for Exceptional Children.
Peck, A., Albrecht, S. F., George, C. L., Mathur, S. R., Paget, M., Ryan, J. B., . . . Baker, D. (2012). Reflections on the future of council for children with behavioral disorders: A response to colvin, forness, and nelson. Behavioral Disorders, 37(2), 123-125.
Peck, A., Albrecht, S. F., George, C. L., Mathur, S. R., Paget, M., Ryan, J. B., . . . Baker, D. (2011). New directions for CCBD? three studies examining the future of the organization. Behavioral Disorders, 37(1), 30-41.
George, C. L., Oriel, K. N., Blatt, P. J., & Marchese, V. (2011). Impact of a community-based exercise program on children and adolescents with disabilities. Journal of Allied Health, 40(4), e-55-60.
Oriel, K. N., George, C. L., Peckus, B., & Semon, A. (2011). The effects of aerobic exercise on academic engagement in young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Pediatric Physical Therapy, 23(2), 187-193.