Dr. Michael W. Corrigan
Dr. Michael W. Corrigan, a former problem child who somehow became a psychologist, is a tenured Associate Professor at Marshall University and a Senior Lecturer in the Ohio State University’s College of Education and Human Ecology. His teaching expertise focuses on child development, educational psychology, research methods and advanced statistical analysis. He has served as the evaluator or primary investigator for more than $19.5 million in federally funded research studies awarded through the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of Education and Department of Juvenile Justice. His academic work has been published in dozens of peer-reviewed journals and publications, and he has presented at more than 60 conferences worldwide. His books on improving education and helping kids develop into more rounded citizens have been published by Sage, Corwin Press, and Rowman and Littlefield. Corrigan has taught within the Juvenile Detention System, and is one of the lead architects who designed the MDYA360 in partnership with Helix and Oracle. For more information please visit http://VitalChild.Solutions.