Jason Naranjo, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor



Room: UW1-355
Phone: 425.352.3593
Box: 358531
JNaranjo@uwb.edu
jnranjo@u.washington.edu

Academic Interests

Dr. Naranjo’s broad areas of academic interest include, school to community transition for youth with high-incidence disabilities, the structure of educational opportunity and social opportunity within society, and teacher development. His current research is focused on examining the factors and processes that promote positive postschool engagement for youth with disabilities.

Teaching Activities

B EDUC 403- Introduction to Special Education

Education

Ph.D., Special Education and Clinical Sciences, 2009. University of Oregon, Eugene

Master of Science, Special Education, 2005. University of Oregon, Eugene

Master of Educational Leadership, 2005. University of Oregon, Eugene

Bachelor of Science, Major: Political Science, 2001. University of Oregon, Eugene

Background

Assistant Professor, San Diego State University College of Education, San Diego

Graduate Research and Teaching Fellow, University of Oregon College of Education, Eugene

General and Special Education Classroom Teacher, South Lane School District, Cottage Grove, OR

Honors and Awards

2012 Student Mentor Program, Mentoring and Research Award, San Diego State University.

2011 Faculty Student Mentor Program, Mentoring and Research Award, San Diego State University.

2008 Helena DeGnath Wessela Memorial Scholarship, University of Oregon 2008.

2007 Helena DeGnath Wessela Memorial Scholarship, University of Oregon.

2005-2009, Graduate Research & Teaching Fellowship, University of Oregon.

National Conference Presentations

Naranjo, J., Duesbery, L. (2012, February) Perceived Barriers to Educational and Career Development and Levels of Coping Efficacy among Vulnerable Urban Youth with Learning Disabilities and Emotional Disturbance. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Coast Research Conference, San Diego, CA.

Selected Publications

Alverson, C. Y., Naranjo, J. M., & Yamamoto, S. H. (2010). Methods for collecting post-school outcomes data on young adults with disabilities: A literature synthesis. Career Development for Exceptional Individuals, 33(3), 155-164.

Murray, C., & Naranjo, J. M. (2008). Poor, black, LD, and graduating: A qualitative investigation of factors and processes associated with school completion among high-risk urban youth. Remedial and Special Education, 29(3), 145-160.

Did You Know?

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