Micheline Malow

Professor, Special Education


O'Byrne Chapel, Corridor 10

Dr. Micheline Malow is a professor who joined the Department of Special Education in 2006. In addition to her responsibilities as faculty liaison for the student chapter of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC), Dr. Malow teaches courses in Foundations of Special Education, Child Development, and Research in Special Education. She has presented papers at professional conferences and published articles on students who are at risk, effective teaching practices, and program reviews. She has also co-authored a book for Praeger Publishers, Adolescents and Risk. Dr. Malow sits on the schoolboard for Blythedale Children’s Hospital and is on the executive board for the international organization Learning Disabilities Worldwide (ldw.org). As a New York state-licensed psychologist, Dr. Malow works with schools and students of all ages to obtain services and supports within the school environment in order to promote an optimal learning atmosphere for all.

Educational Psychology, Specialization in School Psychology, Ph.D., The Graduate Center, CUNY
School Psychology, Master of Science in Education/P.D., Queens College, CUNY
College of Human Ecology, Bachelor of Science, Michigan State University