Bryan Dallas Ph.D, CRC, LCPC

Bryan Dallas
Title: Associate Professor
Division: Interdisciplinary Health Professions
Unit: Rehabilitation Counseling
Office Location: Wirtz Hall 356
Office Phone: 815-752-8389
Office Fax: 815-753-9123
Email: bdallas@niu.edu

Courses Taught

  • REHB 627: Medical Aspects of Disability
  • REHB 662: Vocational Analysis and Job Placement
  • REHB 495: Assistive Technology in Rehabilitation
  • REHB 492: Medical Aspects of Disability in Rehabilitation

Education

  • Ph.D., Southern Illinois University - Carbondale, Rehabilitation
  • M.S., Southern Illinois University - Carbondale, Rehabilitation Counseling
  • B.S., Southern Illinois University - Carbondale, Health Care Management
  • A.A.S, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale, Physical Therapist Assistant

Certification

  • Certified Rehabilitation Counselor

Licensure

  • Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Research Interests

  • Postsecondary accommodations for students with disabilities
  • Universal Design in instructional settings
  • Assistive Technology
  • Vocational Analysis 

Selected Publications

Whitney, M., and Dallas, B. (2019, February). Captioning Online Course Videos: An Investigation into Knowledge Retention and Student Perception. In Proceedings of the 50th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (pp. 511-517), Minneapolis, MN.

Sprong, M. E., Dallas, B. K., Hennenfent, K., Cerrito, B., and Buono, F. (2019). Race and Disability on Perception on Relative Fairness of Postsecondary Educational Accommodations. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 50(2), 118-128.

Dallas, B. K., Ramisch, J., and Ashmore, A. (2018). How involved should they be? Students with ASD in postsecondary settings and their family members. The Qualitative Report, 23(5), 1208-1222.

Sprong, M. E., Dallas, B. K., Chowdhury, D., and Buono, F. D. (2017). Impact of sexism and gender on recommendations for rehabilitation services. Journal of Rehabilitation, 83(4), 13-24.

Dallas, B. K., McCarthy, A. K., and Long, G. (2016). Examining the educational benefits of and attitudes toward closed captioning among undergraduate students. Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 16(2), 56-65. doi: 10.14434/josotl.v16i2.19267

Dallas, B. K., Sprong, M. E., and Kluesner, B. (2016). Multi-university comparison of faculty attitudes and use of universal design instructional techniques. Rehabilitation Research, Policy, and Education, 30(2), 148-160.

Dallas, B. K., Ramisch, J., and McGowan, B. (2015). Students with autism spectrum disorders and the role of family in postsecondary settings: A systematic review of the literature. Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 28(2), 135-147.

Sprong, M. E., Dallas, B., Upton, T. D., and Bordieri, J. (2015). The influence of race, causal attribution, and in-group favoritism on recommendations for rehabilitation services. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 58(4), 227-239.
doi:10.1177/0034355214562071

Sprong, M. E., Dallas, B., Davis, S., Melvin, A., and Koch, D. S. (2014). Substance abuse and vocational rehabilitation: A survey of policies and procedures. Journal of Rehabilitation, 80(4), 4-9.

Lombardi, A., Murray, C., and Dallas, B. (2013). University faculty attitudes toward disability and inclusive instruction: Comparing two institutions. Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 26(3), 221-232.

Reinschmiedt, H. J., Sprong, M. E., Dallas, B., Buono, F., and Upton, T. (2013). Post-secondary students with disabilities receiving accommodations: A survey of satisfaction and subjective well-being. Journal of Rehabilitation, 79(3), 3-10.

Dallas, B. K. and Upton, T. D. (2011). Maximizing access to postsecondary educational print materials for students with print-related disabilities. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 42, 35-42.

Upton, T. D. and Dallas, B. K. (2011). Workers’ compensation. In T. D. Upton (Ed.), Private rehabilitation: Evolving opportunities (pp. 108-135). Linn Creek, MO: Aspen Professional Services.

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