Susan Scully-Hill, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Human Services and Rehabilitation Studies

Director of School Counseling

508-767-7319 Switzer Building - Room 100A

Degrees Earned

B.A., Michigan State University; Social Work, 1985
M.A., Michigan State University; Rehabilitation Counselor Education, 1988
Ph.D., Michigan State University; Rehabilitation Counselor Education, 1996
Ph.D. Thesis Title: “Knowledge and Skill Areas Associated with Disability Management Practice for Rehabilitation Counselors”

Undergraduate Courses Taught

Interviewing Techniques in Human Services
Principles of Case Management
Loss and Bereavement across the Lifespan
Family Aspects of Disability
Introduction to Counseling Children and Adolescents in Applied Settings

Publications & Editorships

Scully-Hill, S.M.& Hill, C.R. (in progress). Factors influencing the career development and career choice of persons with disabilities pursuing STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) careers.

Hill, C.R. & Scully-Hill, S.M. (in progress). Factors influencing the career development and career choice of minorities pursuing STEM careers.

Scully-Hill, S.M. (2002). Video Review: Westminister Film. Go the Distance. Rehabilitation Education, 16(4), 387-389.

Scully, S.M. & Cumming-McCann, A. (2001). Book Review: D.M. Krotoski, M.A. Nosek, & Turk, M.A. Women with physical disabilities. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 44(3), 180-182.

Scully, S.M., Habeck, R.V., & Leahy, M.J. (1999). Knowledge and skill areas associated with disability management practice for rehabilitation counselors. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 43(1), 20-29.

Presentations

Scully-Hill, S.M., Hill, C.R., Johnson, A. & Marshall, C. “Factors Influencing Career Development and Choice of Minorities, Persons with Disabilities, and Minorities with Disabilities pursuing STEM Careers.” Eastern Alliance in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (EAST) Conference: Ten Thousand Teachers…Ten Million Minds…and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education. November 2006. 

Scully-Hill, S.M.& Hill, C.R. “Factors Influencing the Career Choice and Career Development of Hispanics in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Careers.” Hispanics in Engineering National Conference. November 2006. 

Scully-Hill, S.M. “Rehabilitation Counseling 101.” Department of Industrial Accidents Administrative Judges Training Conference. June 2006. 

Scully-Hill, S.M. & Hill, C. R. “Disabilities and Culture: Becoming Culturally Competent.” Massachusetts Rehabilitation Counseling Association Annual Conference. December 2005. 

Scully-Hill, S.M. & Hill, C.R. “Serving Biracial and Multiethnic Children and Families.” Child Care Connection-Worcester. September 2005. 

Scully-Hill, S.M. & Hill, C.R. “Disabilities and Culture: Becoming Culturally Competent.” Northeast Rehabilitation Association Regional Conference. April 2005. 

Hill, C.R. & Scully, S.M. “Making Connections and Building Bridges: Developing Cultural Competence.” South Shore Mental Health Center. March 2005. 

Scully, S.M. & Hill, C.R. “Engineering Makes a World of Difference: K-12 Outreach.” Hispanics in Engineering National Conference. October 2004.

Grants and Awards

Faculty Development Grant Recipient, 2007. Factors Influencing Career Development and Career Choice of Minorities, Persons with Disabilities, and Minorities with Disabilities Pursuing STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Careers.