Dr. Robert Peters

College of Education, Health and Human Sciences

Office: 218 Heritage Hall
Phone: 715-232-1983
Email: petersb@uwstout.edu

Brief Biography

Have worked in rehabilitation for over 40 years teaching and providing services to persons with disabilities. Have taught for 26 years at the university level.

Teaching Interests: Rehabilitation, disability and history of systems that interact with persons with disabilities.

Research Interests: Students with disabilities, services, substance abuse, evaluation of current programs.

Professional Interests: Certification and licensing for Rehabilitation Counselors, professionalization and skill development.

Roles/Responsibilities

Provide assistance to Dean with management of the College, enrollment management, program management and development, marketing academic programs,

Education

    • Ph D Human Rehabilitation
      University of Northern Colorado
      Greeley, CO, United States, 1989

Licensures and Certifications

  • Certified Rehabilitation Counselor: Council on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification
  • Licensed Professional Counselor:

Work Experience

    Academic - Post-Secondary

      • University of Wisconsin-Stout, College of Education, Health and Human Sciences
        Associate Dean
        August 2009 - May 2015
      • University of Wisconsin-Stout, Department of psychology
        Department Chair
        June 2011 - May 2012
      • University of Wisconsin-Stout, College of Human Development
        Associate Dean
        August 2007 - July 2009
      • University of Wisconsin-Stout, College of Human Development
        Program Director
        August 2006 - August 2008
      • University of Wisconsin-Stout, College of Human Development
        Program Director
        September 1995 - August 2004
      • University of Missouri, College of Education
        Assistant Professor
        August 1989 - September 1994

Presentations

    Uncategorized

    • Parsons, A. M., Adekola, A., Peters, R., Levy, M., & Tafalla, R. (2010). Path to Leadership: Early Success and Transition. Professional Development, Menomonie, WI.