Ph.D., University of Wisconsin (Madison)
Todd Glover is an educational psychologist and associate research professor in the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology at Rutgers University with approximately 20 years of research experience in the areas of multitiered student supports (MTSS), behavioral consultation, school-based screening, academic and behavioral interventions, and job-embedded professional development for school personnel. He has been a principal investigator (PI) or Co-PI of numerous large-scale, federally-funded grants supporting the development of a national research center, a postdoctoral training program, scaling of MTSS in multiple states, and randomized controlled trials (RCTs) investigating the efficacy of school-based interventions for at-risk or underserved students. He is currently PI of the School Climate Transformation Project, a partnership between Rutgers University and the New Jersey Department of Education designed to support schools in data-driven school climate improvement. In addition, he is Co-PI of U.S. Department of Education-funded projects focusing on (a) implementing and evaluating MTSS in New Jersey schools, (b) investigating (via an RCT) training for paraprofessionals in supporting students with or at risk for disruptive behavior disorders, and (c) developing and refining an online platform to facilitate and evaluate instructional coaching. Dr. Glover's research and scholarly writing focus on integrating evidence-based interventions and high-quality professional development into systems of support for students in school settings.