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.
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).