Disability Leadership Institute

The Institute uniquely provides elementary, middle school and high school teachers, school counselors and school nurses with an understanding of the critical intersections between contemporary theory and effective learning and service practices, examining them within the context of disability rights narrative, special education and social theories of marginalization.

By the conclusion of the Institute professionals will expand their knowledge about serving the needs of each individual learner as they explore how to: understand each students most pressing needs, evaluate organizational structures as they apply to the students experience and design methods of practice based on a whole child approach.

Course/Important Information

Summer session II:
Course: SPED 601
CRN: 3761
Location: Stayer MPR, Millersville University Campus
Meeting Dates: June 22 - 26, 2015
Meetings Times: 8:00am - 4:30pm

Institute Director

Dr. Thomas Neuville

Dr. Thomas NeuvilleThomas Neuville is an Associate Professor of Education at Millersville University in Millersville, PA. He has more than twenty-five years experience in community and organizational development.

As a consultant he is engaged in strategizing, organizing, and creating values-based organizational systems that thrive in rapidly changing business cultures. Dr. Neuville is the former CEO & President of the Resource Exchange in Colorado Springs, the Denver Independent Living Center, the CASSP Institute in Harrisburg, PA., and the Commonwealth Institute in Harrisburg PA. All organizations are non-profit groups dedicated to excellence in the building of strong communities. Dr. Neuville has worked extensively in the area of organizational and community opportunities for sustainable systems. He also owned and operated socially responsible businesses.

Dr. Neuville holds a Bachelors degree in Social Work from the University of Wisconsin, a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix and has a Ph.D. in Human Resource and Education from Colorado State University.