Watson's CEO Raymond B. White Featured on TAE Radio
Raymond B. White, CEO of The Watson Institute, was featured on David Iwinski's radio program, The International Capitalist. Click here to listen to his segment.
Watson's SCALE summer program profiled in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
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Bonnie Jamieson Receives Grandin Award
Bonnie Jamieson, Educational Consultant at The Watson Institute, received the 2011 Grandin Award at the ABOARD (Advisory Board on Autism and Related Disorders) Gala held on Saturday, February 5. The Grandin Award is presented to the individual who has most clearly contributed to maximizing the potential and possibilities of children, adolescents and adults with autism in Pennsylvania.
An Expert's Advice for Parents of ADHD Children
This article reprint appeared in the Fall 2010 issue of the Western Pennsylvania Guide to Good Health. Click here to view the article.
Watson Employees Receive Doctoral Degrees
Jane Singletary, lead therapist for occupational therapy at The Education Center at The Watson Institute, recently received a Doctor of Occupational Therapy degree from Chatham University. Jane holds a Master of Science in Occupational therapy from Boston University, a Master of Education degree in Motor Development from the University of Pittsburgh, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in General Studies from Ithaca College. Jane has been employed at The Watson Institute since 1991.
Eric Bieniek, a board certified behavior analyst working as a classroom therapist, consultant and staff trainer at The Education Center at The Watson Institute, recently received a Ph.D. in Instructional management and Leadership from Robert Morris University. He is also an adjunct faculty member at Butler County Community College. Eric holds a Masters Degree in Educational Psychology from Indiana University of PA, a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Edinboro University of PA and certification in applied behavior analysis from Pennsylvania State University. Eric has been employed at The Watson Institute since 2004.
Rachel Robertson, a postdoctoral intern at The Watson Institute, recently received her Ph.D. in Special Education from Vanderbilt University. Rachel holds a Master of Science degree in Special Education from Syracuse University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Columbia University. Rachel joined Watson’s staff in 2010.