Justin Clement Perry
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 Title: Associate Professor
Director, Center for Urban Education
 Dept: Counseling, Administration, Supervision & Adult Learning
 Office: JH 379
 Phone: 216-875-9778
 Email: J.C.PERRY96@csuohio.edu
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. JH 379, Cleveland, OH 44115

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Education:
Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, Boston College, 2006
M.A., Mental Health Counseling, Boston College, 2001
B.A., Psychology, summa cum laude, Tulane University, 1999
 
Brief Bio:
Current Mailing Office Location:  JH 275
Current Office:  JH 375

Justin Perry is a faculty member in Counseling Psychology and Counselor Education, and serves as the Director of the Center for Urban Education.  Dr. Perry's research is broadly concerned with the intersections between urban education, career development, and multicultural issues in mental health.  His areas of expertise focus on the practical, policy-relevant applications of college and career readiness, or the school-to-work transition, to school dropout prevention, high school graduation, and diverse pathways for post-secondary education and training; positive youth development; child clinical psychology; child psychotherapy; educational evaluations; intervention research.  As Director of the Center, he is invested in conducting interdisciplinary research.  The Center's website can be found at:  http://www.csuohio.edu/cehs/centers/cue.html.  Dr. Perry is a licensed psychologist in the state of Ohio and maintains a clinical practice at the Hanna Perkins Center for Child Development.  He serves on the Board of Directors at Esperanza, Inc.  He has published his work in outlets such as The Counseling Psychologist, Journal of Counseling Psychology, Journal of Career Assessment, Journal of Career Development, Career Development Quarterly, Journal of Vocational Behavior, and Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development.
 
Honors and Awards:
2013  Distinguished Faculty Award in Research, Cleveland State University

2012  Early Career Professional Award, Society for Vocational Psychology

2012  Advanced Training Institute on Structural Equation Modeling in Longitudinal
      Research, American Psychological Association Science Directorate, University of
      California, Davis

2011  Institute Fellow, NICHD Summer Institute on Applied Research in Child and
      Adolescent Development, National Institutes of Health, The Bolger Center

2010  Certificate of Training in Cluster Randomized Trials, National Center for Education
      Research/Institute of Education Sciences, Northwestern University

2009  Best Paper Award, Journal of Career Development

2008  Faculty Research Development Grant, Cleveland State University

2007  College of Education and Human Services Faculty Research Mentoring Program
2010

2007  Teaching Enhancement Award (University Center for Teaching and Learning)

2005  Outstanding Contribution Award, The Counseling Psychologist

2005  Dissertation Grant, American Educational Research Association/Institute of Education
 
Teaching Areas:
social-cultural foundations in counseling
career development
counseling internship
counseling practicum
intelligence testing
early childhood mental health
 
Professional Affiliations:
American Psychological Association (APA)
American Educational Research Association (AERA)
Division of Counseling Psychology, Division 17 (APA)
Society for Vocational Psychology (APA)
Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues (APA)
 
Professional Experience:
10/06 -- Present Clinic Associate, Independent Contractor
The Hanna Perkins Center for Child Development, Shaker Heights, OH
Child/Adolescent Psychotherapy, Testing, & Evaluation

7/05 -- 7/06 Clinical Psychology Pre-doctoral Intern, APA-accredited
The Cambridge Hospital/Harvard Medical School, Cambridge, MA
Child/Adolescent & Adult Psychotherapy, Testing, & Evaluation

6/03 -- 6/05 Clinical Associate
The Brookline Center, Brookline, MA
Child/Adolescent & Adult Psychotherapy, Testing, Evaluation, and
School-Based Psychoeducation Programs

6/02 -- 6/03 Advanced Psychology Intern
The Brookline Center, Brookline, MA
Child/Adolescent & Adult Psychotherapy, Testing, Evaluation, and
Community Outreach and Case Management Program

8/00 -- 6/01 Counseling Intern
Bay State Community Services, Quincy, MA
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Outpatient Clinic
Adult Psychotherapy and Substance Abuse Evaluations

7/99 -- 6/01 Residential Teacher
Melmark New England, Woburn, MA
Child/Adolescent Behavioral Services and Coordinated Care

5/97 -- 10/97 Mental Health Technician
Georgia Mental Health Institute, Atlanta, GA
Child and Adult Psychiatric Inpatient Care
 
University Service:
Fall 12 -- Present      Research Challenge Committee
Spring 11 -- Present    Advisory Board, Campus International School
Fall 06 -- Present Doctoral Practicum Coordinator - Counseling Psychology Program
Fall 06 -- Present Faculty Advisor - Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Alliance
Fall 09 -- Present      Institutional Review Board Committee
Spring 10 -- Summer 12  President's Council on Diversity
Spring 10 -- Present    University Research Council
Fall 07 -- Summer 10 Sponsored Program & Research Committee, College of Education
Spring 06 -- Summer 10 Technology Committee, College of Education
Fall 06 -- Spring 07 College Secretary, College of Education
 
Professional Service:
Editorial Board:

Journal of Career Development

Ad hoc reviewer:  

Journal of Early Adolescence
The Counseling Psychologist
Journal of Vocational Behavior
International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance
Career Development Quarterly
Psychological Assessment
South African Journal of Higher Education

Continuing Education, Course Instructor:

11/8/10.  Multicultural competence issues in the evaluation and treatment of children.  Applewood Centers.  Cleveland, OH.  

4/30/12.  Multicultural competence in the treatment of children and adolescents.  Applewood Centers.  Cleveland, OH.

11/5/12.  Multicultural competence in the treatment of children and adolescents.
Applewood Centers.  Cleveland, OH.
 
Community Service:
Campus International School, Cleveland, OH

Euclid High School, Euclid, OH

Esperanza, Inc., Cleveland, OH

John Hay Campus, Cleveland School of Architecture and Design, Cleveland, OH

John Hay Campus, Early College High School, Cleveland, OH

Lincoln West High School, Community Wrap Around Academy, Cleveland, OH

Rhodes High School, Cleveland, OH

Warrensville Heights High School, Warrensville, OH

New Tech West @ Garrett Morgan, Cleveland, OH

New Tech East @ Garrett Morgan, Cleveland, OH

Boulevard Elementary School, Cleveland Heights, OH

Max Hayes Career Tech High School, Cleveland,OH

Asian Services In Action, Cleveland, OH

Hanna Perkins Center for Child Development, Shaker Heights, OH
 
Research Grants:
Active Grants (Selected):

2013 - 2015
The NEOMED-CSU Partnership for Enhancing Urban Health Fellows Program:  $385,362
Principal Investigator:  Bette Bonder
Co-PI:  Erik Porfeli
Evaluator:  Justin Perry

2012 - 2013
CMSD Farm to School Planning Project:  $66,671
Project Director:  Regis Balaban
Evaluator:  Justin Perry

2012 - 2016
AAMC's Urban Universities for HEALTH:  $405,340
Association of American Medical Colleges
Coalition of Urban Serving Universities
National Institutes of Health
Principal Investigator:  Meredith Bond
Co-PI:  Justin Perry

2012 - 2017
CSU TRIO McNair Scholars Programs:  $1,097,600
U.S. Department of Education
Office of Postsecondary Education
Principal Investigator:  Vallipuram Sarveswaran
Evaluator:  Justin Perry

2012 - 2013
Transportation Management Pathways  
Max S. Hayes Transportation Career Path:  $48,742
Principal Investigator:  Debbie Jackson
Co-PIs:  Stephen Duffy, Jacqueline Jenkins, Oya
Tunkel, and Justin Perry

2012 - 2014
The NEOMED-CSU Education for Service Initiative:  $1,500,000
The Cleveland Foundation
Principal Investigators:  Richard Rakos, Janice Spaulding
Manager:  Lenora Brown
Evaluators:  Justin Perry, Jeff Brudney, and Erik Porfeli

2012 - 2015
Youth Technology Academy:  Cleveland's Pathway to Engineering Degrees:  $874,552
National Science Foundation
Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Program
Principal Investigator:  George Bilokonsky
Co-PIs:  James Heidenreich, Austin Melton
Evaluator:  Justin Perry

2013 - 2016
STEM Academy for Youth Featuring Youth Essential Skills -- SAY-YES!:  $1,179,151
National Science Foundation
Innovative Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers (ITEST)
Principal Investigator:  George Bilokonsky
Co-PIs:  Majid Rashidi, Mary Kay Bitterman, James Heidenreich
Evaluator:  Justin Perry

2011 - 2016
Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program:  $1,199,383
National Science Foundation
MUST STEM Fellows
Principal Investigator:  Joanne Goodell
Co-PIs:  Debbie Jackson, Diane Corrigan, John Holcomb
Evaluator:  Justin Perry

2010 - 2014
The Career Passport Program:  Development and Refinement:  $1,006,023
U.S. Department of Education/Institute of Education Sciences
Principal Investigator:  Justin Perry
Co-PIs:  Donna Schultheiss, Graham Stead, Diane Corrigan