Kevin Doll

Human Development and Family Studies

Office: 142 Heritage Hall
Phone: 715/232-2792


  • Ph.D.-Family Social Science, University of Minnesota (2004)
    Advisor: James Maddock
    Co-Advisor: William Doherty
    Dissertation Title: Differentiation Processes and Marital Satisfaction of Couples Attending a Marriage Enrichment Workshop

  • M.S. - Family Studies and Human Services, Kansas State University (1999)
    Specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy
    Advisory: Anthony P. Jurich
    Thesis Title: A Qualitative Study of Social Workers: Impediments to Providing Care for Adolescent Sex Offenders

  • B.S.- Department of Psychology, Fort Hays State University (1994)
    Major: Psychology
    Graduated Summa Cum Laude

Professional Organizations

  • Society for Research in Child Development
  • Society for Research in Adolescence
  • Association for Gerontology in Higher Education
  • National Conference on Family Relations

Teaching Experience

University of Wisconsin-Stout, January 2004-Present
Human Development and Family Studies Department, University of Wisconsin-Stout

  • Lifespan Human Development
  • Lifespan Family and Human Development (graduate course)
  • Human Development: Early Childhood
  • Human Development: Early and Middle Adult Development
  • Human Development: Late Adult Development
  • Individual and Family Relations
  • Dynamics of Family Development
  • Skills Training for Individual and Family Interventions
  • Comparative Child and Family Agencies: Trip to Scotland
  • Global and Diverse Families

University of Minnesota, January 1999 – May 2004
Institute of Child Development

  • Adolescent Development

Department of Family Social Science

  • Intimate Relationships
  • Family Systems and Diversity

School of Social Work

  • Human Behavior and the Social Environment (graduate course)

Neighborhood Communities Program

  • Family Systems and Diversity
  • Intimate Relationships

Research Experience

September 2007 – 2009, Research Associate, Wayne Caron Family Caregiving Center, University of Minnesota

June 2001 – August 2004, Graduate Research Assistant, Professor Jim Maddock, University of Minnesota

September 2002 – August 2003, Graduate Research Assistant, Professor Nicki Crick, The School Buddies Project, University of Minnesota.

January 2002 – Sepetember 2002. Graduate Research Assistant, Professor Harold Grotvant, Minnesota/Texas Adoption Project, University of Minnesota.

May 2001 – September 2001, Graduate Research Assistant, Professor Marlene Stum, Long Term Care Project, University of Minnesota

July 2001, Evaluation Project Researcher, Chrysalis, 4432 Chicago Ave South, Minneapolis, MN.

July 1998 – July 2000, Graduate research Assistant, Professor Sharon M. Danes, Farm Family Business Project, University of Minnesota.

December 1998-August 1999, Graduate Research Assistant, Professor Kathryn D. Rettig, University of Minnesota.

September 1997 – March 1998, Graduate Research Assistant for Professor Pauline Boss, Professor, University of Minnesota.

August 1995 – August 1997, Graduate Research Assistant for Professor Anthony Jurich, Professor, Kansas State University.

May 1995-July 1995, Graduate Research Assistant for Dr. Rick Miller, Professor, Kansas State University.

Clinical Experience

January 2002- July 2006, Family Therapy Intern, Family Caregiving Center, Department of Family Social Science, University of Minnesota.

April 2002 – October 2002, Consultant, Meta Resources, Baker Court Suite 440, 821 Raymod Ave, St. Paul, MN. Wendy Whelihan Ph.D., Supervisor.

January 1997 – August 1997, Premarital counseling, St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, Manhattan, Ks.

May 1995 –August 1997, Internship, The Family Center, Manhattan, Ks

January 1995 – August 1997, Co-Facilitator, Parents Helping Parents, Manhattan, Ks