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  • Philip KanfushFr. Philip Kanfush, O.S.B.

    Assistant Professor of Education  

    Prep 100A; Roderick 217 
    Phone: 724-805-2417 

    Office hours: by appointment 

    Fr. Kanfush's CV  


    Ed.D., Special Education, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, 2010

    Post-Graduate Certificate, Applied Behavior Analysis, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, 2005

    M.Ed. Special Education, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, 2003

    M.Div., Saint Vincent Seminary, Latrobe, PA, 2000

    M.A. Scriptural Theology, Saint Vincent Seminary, Latrobe, PA, 1999

    B.A., Philosophy, Saint Vincent College, Latrobe, PA, 1996

    M.B.A. Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA 1991

    B.A., Secondary Education, Economics, Sports Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA 1985

    Current Licenses & Certifications:

    PA Instructional II Certifications:
    Early Childhood Education, Pre-K to 3
    Elementary Education, K-6
    Middle School English & Language Arts, 7-9
    Comprehensive Social Studies, 7-12
    Business Computer & Information Technology, K-12
    Special Education, Mental & Physical Disabilities, Birth - 21
    Reading Specialist, K-12
    Program Specialist in ESL, K-12

    Other Certifications:
    Licensed Behavior Specialist, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
    Certified Brain Injury Specialist, Academy of Certified Brain Injury Specialists
    Doctoral Level Board Certified Behavior Analyst, Behavior Analyst Certification Board

    Courses Taught

    ED 306 Teaching of Business, Computer & Information Technology
    ED 320 Teaching of Composition & Language Arts for Upper Elementary (4-8)
    PY 201 Applied Research & Statistics
    PY 290 Psychology & Education of the Exceptional Student

    GCED 605 Statistics & Research Design
    GCED 675 Inclusionary Education
    GCSE 637 Methods of Instruction & Assessment for Students with Significant & Multiple Disabilities
    GCSE 647 Educating Students with Emotional & Behavioral Disorders