Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership
Dr. Fowler earned his PhD at the University of Oregon's nationally-ranked special education program. He also holds a master's degree in school psychology. He has been with Walden University for 8 years and has worked in the field of education since 1990 as an instructor to students with disabilities, school psychologist, and a research associate at university-based research centers. He is a member of the Council for Exceptional Children.
At Walden, Dr. Fowler has served in the role of course instructor, dissertation chair/methodologist, subject-matter expert committee member, and university research reviewer.
Dr. Fowler's experience and expertise in the field of education covers special education, applications of effective teaching and behavior/classroom management in both general and special education settings, assessment and measurement of academic learning and social behaviors, as well as curriculum-based measurement and progress monitoring. He has published in academic journals and professional textbooks, consulted with schools on matters related to serving students with disabilities and is an Advisory Board member at a university-affiliated TBI research and training center.