Faculty & Staff
James L. Soldner, PhD
Assistant Professor, Rehabilitation Counseling, School for Global Inclusion and Social Development
Areas of Expertise
Applications of behavior analysis to rehabilitation, evidence-based practice in rehabilitation, rehabilitation administration and leadership, brain injury rehabilitation, scholarship of teaching and learning
PhD, Rehabilitation, Southern Illinois University
MS, Behavior Analysis and Therapy, Southern Illinois University
BA, Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Professional Publications & Contributions
James L. Soldner teaches in the rehabilitation counseling track within the School for Global Inclusion and Social Development (SGISD). He conducts scholarly research, teaches graduate coursework, and is involved in various service activities within SGISD.
Soldner has published scholarly research on a range of topics generally related to rehabilitation and behavior analysis. He has facilitated 80+ presentations at academic conferences and training seminars at the local, state, national, and international levels. His current research and teaching interests include the applications of behavior analysis to rehabilitation, evidence-based practice in rehabilitation, contemporary issues in rehabilitation administration and leadership, brain injury rehabilitation, and the scholarship of teaching and learning.
Soldner is a consulting editor for the Journal of Rehabilitation, Journal of Rehabilitation Administration, Rehabilitation Counselors and Educators Journal, and the Vocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment Association Journal. He also has been a guest editor for Rehabilitation Research, Policy, and Education.
Before joining SGISD, Soldner held faculty appointments at Utah State University and Assumption College. He has an extensive clinical background providing services to individuals with disabilities in a wide variety of rehabilitation and educational settings. He is a certified rehabilitation counselor, doctoral-level board certified behavior analyst, and licensed applied behavior analyst in Massachusetts.