Position: Associate Professor & Coordinator, Masters Program in Applied Behavior Analysis
Location: Rm 114 Halpin Harrison
Phone: (540) 542-6268
B.S., University Alabama; M.S. University of Kansas; Ph.D. Florida State University
Fields of Expertise:
Dr. Greene’s experience has involved the application of behavior analysis to a wide variety of problems including clinical practice and policy in child welfare, developmental disabilities and related areas.
Brandon F. Greene, Ph.D., BCBA-D is Coordinator of SU’s ABA Program and Professor Emeritus, Southern Illinois University, where he served on the faculty of the world’s first program in Behavior Analysis & Therapy. Over the course of his career Dr. Greene has published extensively, served on the editorial boards of the discipline’s leading journals, worked briefly with Ralph Nader, served as Special Master in a federal class action suit against the child welfare system in Illinois, and secured approximately $20million to support 500 graduate students and related personnel.
You’ll have to cross a line if you want to think outside of the box.
Brandon lives on a small farm in Woodstock with his family: 3 horses, 4 dogs, 1 wife, 1 child. He is an avid pilot and erstwhile martial artist.