Ryan J. McGill is Associate Professor of School Psychology at the William & Mary School of Education. His research and teaching interests include psychological assessment and measurement, judgement and decision-making in school psychology, identification of specific learning disability, and quantitative psychology. He regularly presents his scholarship at international, national, and regional conferences and his work has been published in a variety of scientific outlets. He is also an editorial board member for several well respected school and assessment psychology related journals.

Ryan presenting with Dr. Palomares and Dr. Spurgin at TPA in 2015.

Previously, he was a faculty member in the school psychology programs at Texas Woman’s University (2014-2016) and Chapman University (2011-2014). Prior to entering academia, he was a practicing school psychologist in Southern California from 2009-2014. In addition to his current appointment, he is also a Licensed Educational Psychologist in the State of California, a Licensed Behavior Analyst and School Psychologist in the Commonwealth of Virginia, a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP), and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA-D).

Dr. McGill earned his Ph.D. in Education (School Psychology) from Chapman University in 2014. Prior to attending graduate school, he completed his baccalaureate education at Westmont College, where he was also a member of the varsity baseball team from 2004-2006. He also competed at the NCAA Division 1 level from 2002-2003 at Duquesne University (Atlantic 10 Conference).