Audrey Rogers Myers Centennial Professorship in Education, Department of Special Education
Office Hours: Faculty by appointment. Th 12 - 3 PM students
Dr. OReilly is the Audrey Rogers Myers Centennial Professor in Education, Professor of Special Education, and Chair of the Department of Special Education. He is a doctoral level Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA-D) and Licensed Behavior Analyst (LBA). He coordinates (with Terry Falcomata) the graduate training programs in Autism and Developmental Disabilities. Graduate coursework in autism is approved by the Behavior Analysis Certification Board. His research focuses on the functional assessment and treatment of severe challenging behavior and interventions to promote generalization and maintenance of skills with children with autism and developmental disabilities. He has a strong interest in working with culturally diverse populations (particularly protecting and encouraging indigenous cultures and languages) and examining how behavioral interventions (and interventionists for that matter) must adapt to be respectful and supportive of diversity. He has served as visiting faculty at Victoria University, New Zealand, Beijing Normal University, China, The Education University of Hong Kong, and Universidad de San Buenaventura, Cali, Colombia. A native of Ireland, he lectured in the Department of Psychology at University College Dublin for 10 years prior to joining The University of Texas at Austin in 2002.