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Accreditation Report 2002
Core Campuses: Bloomington and Indianapolis

for the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
and the Indiana Professional Standards Board


Faculty Vita

David Mank, Ph.D.

Title: Director, Indiana Institute on Disability and Community (Office of Research and University Graduate School); Professor, School of Education
Office: Smith Research Center
Campus: Bloomington
Year of appointment: 1996


Academic Degrees

Ph.D. University of Oregon 1985 Special Education and Rehabilitation
M.S. Portland State University 1977 Special Education
B.A. Rockhurst College 1975 Psychology, English

Professional Experience

1996-- Director. Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, The University Center for Excellence on Disabilities, Indiana University
1996-- Professor. Department of Curriculum and Instruction, School of Education, Indiana University.
1991-1996 Associate Professor and Senior Research Associate. Division of Special Education and Rehabilitation, College of Education, University of Oregon
1985-1991 Assistant Professor and Research Associate. Division of Special Education and Rehabilitation, College of Education, University of Oregon.
1982-1985 Doctoral Student. Division of Special Education and Rehabilitation, University of Oregon
1980-1982 Research Assistant. Specialized Training Program, Division of Special Education and Rehabilitation, University of Oregon.
1978-1980 Assistant Professor. Department of Psychology, Concordia College, Portland, Oregon
1978-1980 Director of Habilitation. Good Shepherd Home, Cornelius, Oregon.

Faculty load

50% teaching, 25% research, 25% service

Faculty Teaching

Fall 2001 K780 Graduate Seminar on Disability Issues (with S. Odom, Ph.D.)

Selected Publications

    Banks, B., Charleston, S., Grossi, T., and Mank, D. (2001). Workplace supports, job performance and integration outcomes for people with psychiatric disabilities. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 24(4), 389-396.

    McGaughey, M., and Mank, D. (2001). Empirical evidence of systems change in supported employment. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 11(4), 210-222.

    McGaughey, M., and Mank, D. (2001). State policy innovation and systems change: The context for the supported employment initiative. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 11(4), 202-209.

    Olson, D., Cioffi, A., Mank, D., and Yovanoff, P. (2001). Employers' perceptions of employees with mental retardation. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 16(2), 125-133.

    Mank, D. M. (2000). University Affiliated Programs. Research to practice on issues of disability. Exceptional Parent, 30(5), 70-73.

    Mank, D., Cioffi, A., and Yovanoff, P. (2000). Direct support in supported employment and its relation to job typicalness, coworker involvement, and employment outcomes. Mental Retardation, 38(6), 506-516.

    Olson, D., Cioffi, A., Yovanoff, P., and Mank, D. (2000). Gender differences in supported employment. Mental Retardation, 38(2), 89-96.

    Mank, D. M., Cioffi, A. R., & Yovanoff, P. (1999). The impact of coworker involvement with supported employees on wage and integration outcomes. Mental Retardation, 37(5), 383-394.

    Walsh, P., Mank, D., Beyer, S., McDonald, R., and O'Bryan, A. (1999). Continuous quality improvement in supported employment: An European perspective. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation 12(3), 165-174.

    Mank, D. (1998). Values and employment for people with disabilities. Siglo Cero 29(4), 5-10.

    Mank, D., Cioffi, A., & Yovanoff, P. (1998). Employment outcomes for people with more severe disabilities. Mental Retardation 36(3), 205-216.

    Mank, D., O'Neill, C. T., & Jensen, R. (1998). Quality in supported employment: A new demonstration of the capabilities of people with severe disabilities. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation 11(1), 83-95.

    Brown, D. S., Bruyere, S. M., & Mank, D. M. (1997). Quality through equality: Total quality management applied to the implementation of Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 9(3), 253-266.

    Mank, D., Cioffi, A., & Yovanoff, P. (1997). Analysis of the typicalness of supported employment jobs, natural supports, and wage and integration outcomes. Mental Retardation, 35(3), 185-197.

    Mank, D., Cioffi, A., & Yovanoff, P. (1997). Patterns of support for employees with severe disabilities. Mental Retardation, 35(6), 433-447.

Funded Projects

    2001-2003 Director: State Appropriation. The Indiana Institute on Disability and Community. Indiana University. ($5,246,219)

    2001-2002 Director: Noble of Indiana Planning Projects. ($54,000)

    1999-2001 Director: State Appropriation. The Indiana Institute on Disability and Community. Indiana University. ($5,188,503)

    1999-2000 Director: Home with Supports Initiative, Indiana Family and Social Services Administration. ($150,375)

    1999-2000 Director: Person Centered Planning and Deinstitutionalization, Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Services, Indiana Family and Social Services Administration. ($75,506)

    1997-2002 Director: Administrative Support, The University Center for Excellence on Disabilities. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration on Developmental Disabilities. ($1,000,000)

    1997-2002 Associate Director: National Supported Employment Consortium, Rehabilitation Services Administration, Department of Education. Subcontract through Virginia Commonwealth University. ($1,372,000)

    1997-1999 Director: State Appropriation, The Institute for the Study of Developmental Disabilities. Indiana University. ($5,036,781)

    1996-1999 Project Director: The Impact of Employing People with Disabilities in Businesses. The Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation. ($79,995)

    1996-1999 Project Director: Community Partnership Initiative. United States Department of Education, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services. ($429,592)

    1996-1998 Project Director: Indiana Transition Initiative. Indiana Department of Education, Division of Special Education. ($489,076)

Current Professional and Academic Association Memberships

    Member, Editorial Board, Siglo Cero, 1997 to Present
    Member, Editorial Board, The Journal of the Association for People with Severe Handicaps, 1995 to Present
    Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 1989 to Present
    Member, Editorial Board, Mental Retardation, 1993 to Present
    Guest Reviewer, Journal of Applied Behavioral Analysis, 1993 to Present
    Guest Reviewer, American Journal on Mental Retardation, 1988 to Present
    Member, Developmental Disabilities Capacity Committee, Family and Social Services Administration. Indianapolis, Indiana. 2001
    Member, Waiting List Task Force, Family and Social Services Administration, Division of Disability, Aging, and Rehabilitative Services. Indianapolis, Indiana. 2001

Conference Presentations

    Real Work: Real Pay. Partners in Policymaking. Houston, Texas. December, 2001.

    Quality Improvement in Disability Services. Arc of Indiana Convention. Lebanon, Indiana. November, 2001.

    New Challenges/New Opportunities in Supported Employment. Invited Keynote. Greater Pittsburgh Supported Employment Association. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. October, 2001.

    Panel Moderator. Closing Keynote. National Conversion Forum. Nashville, Tennessee. August, 2001.

    Natural Supports in Employment Across Disabilities. The Association for Persons in Supported Employment. Washington, D.C. July, 2001.

    Coworker Relationships and Outcomes for People with Disabilities. Networks for Training and Development. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. April, 2001.

    Overview of Natural Supports Research on Typicalness and Supported Employment. National Research Forum. Indianapolis, Indiana. April, 2001.

    Why Work? Partners in Policymaking of Indiana. Indianapolis, Indiana. April, 2001.

    Natural Supports and Coworker Roles in Supported Employment. Fifth Conference of the European Union of Supported Employment. Edinburgh, Scotland. March, 2001. (With Pat Rogan.)

    Lessons Learned: 15 Years of Supported Employment. Fifth Conference of the European Union of Supported Employment. Edinburgh, Scotland. March, 2001.

    Choice and Self-Determination. Indiana's Area Agencies on Aging. Indianapolis, Indiana. March, 2001.

    Employment Outcomes and the Role of Coworkers in Supported Employment. Human Development Center, University of Kentucky. Louisville, Kentucky. March, 2001.

    Real Work. Real Pay. Employment for People with Disabilities. Invited Keynote. Annual Conference of The Association for Persons in Supported Employment. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. March, 2001.

    The New Developmental Disabilities Act and University Affiliated Programs. Administration on Developmental Disabilities Commissioners Leadership Forum. Washington, D.C. December, 2000.

    National Research Project Results. The Boggs Center, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Mt. Laurel, New Jersey. December, 2000.

    Transition to Adult Life. World Congress and Exposition on Disabilities. Atlanta, Georgia. November, 2000. (With B. Stodden, M. Izzo, and T. Grossi.)

    Coworkers and the Employment of People with Disabilities. (Invited Keynote). Missouri Association for Persons in Supported Employment and The Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps. Columbia, Missouri. October, 2000.

    Opening Keynote Panel. International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities. Seattle, Washington. August, 2000.

Honors/Awards

    Franklin Smith Award for Distinguished National Services. The Arc of the United States. 2001.

    Community Service Award. Noble of Indiana. 2000.

    Service Award. More Advanced Individuals with Autism, Asperger's Syndrome, and Pervasive Developmental Disorder. 1999.

    Founders Award. McKenzie Personnel Systems, Eugene, Oregon. 1996.

    Fellow, International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities. Elected 2000.


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