Shelley Clarke, MA, BCBA
Shelley Clarke, MA, BCBA, is the Assistant Director of Research within the Division of Applied Research and Educational Support, a faculty member at the University of South Florida, and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Ms. Clarke's current responsibilities include coordinating and conducting applied research across a number of federally funded projects, as well as serving as a research consultant. Recommendations are provided for empirical designs, data collection and training of staff for investigative projects within The Florida Center for Inclusive Communities/University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD), The Program-Wide Early Intervention Project (PWPBS), The Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD), and The Positive Family Intervention Project(PFIP). In addition, Ms. Clarke serves as a faculty member within the ABA Master's Program, supervising and guiding graduate level students, along with serving as a faculty thesis committee member.
Ms. Clarke has published in a number of peer reviewed journals, and presented in a variety of venues on topics related to positive behavior support, applied research, early intervention and family quality of life research, as well as examining intervention trends published within peer-reviewed journals. Ms. Clarke's current research interest include positive behavior support with young children, positive family interventions, conducting literature trend investigations within the field of applied research, collaboration, and quality of life measures.