Biography and Education
Deborah Roundtree has been teaching psychology at UM-Dearborn since January 2003 and has been supervising the Supplemental Instruction Program (SI) in Behavioral Sciences since June 2010. Professor Roundtree worked at Henry Ford Maplegrove as a substance abuse treatment therapist between 1981 and 1986; she went on to work as a psychotherapist with a wide range of clients in a private clinic from 1988 to 2010 during which time she also obtained her educational specialist degree so she could support special needs students in a public school setting. Following her early retirement in 2016, she has been dedicating all her time to her work here on campus - teaching and growing the SI program to support student success.
M.A., L.L.P. in Clinical Psychology (Mercy College).
Ed Specialist in School Psychology (UDM).
Completed all work towards Ph.D. except dissertation in Educational Psychology (WSU).
Awards and Recognition
2017 UM-Dearborn Collegiate Lecturer Award.
2017 Student Government recognition as Faculty Member of the Year.
- Member for
- 2 years 2 months