August 9, 2020

Statistics is a mathematical science pertaining to the collection, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data. It is applicable to a wide variety of academic disciplines, from the physical and social sciences to the humanities; it is also used for making informed decisions in all areas of business and government.

2006 to
present
Statistics Consultant
Providing Dissertation, Thesis, Independent Research Projects, and SPSS assistance. Helping clients determine the correct research design to test hypotheses, analyze data; employ the correct statistics to match research designs, and helping them interpret all statistical output. 4 years experience, Approximately 75 dissertations and theses completed.
2006 Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)
Specialization: Counselor Education
Texas Southern University
Houston, TX
Dissertation Title: An Evaluation of Client Outcomes from a State Vocational Rehabilitation Agency: Two Urban Communities
1999 Master of Education (M.Ed.)
Major: Counseling & Development
Lamar University
Beaumont, Texas
1996 Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
Major: Psychology
Lamar University
Beaumont, TX

Presentations:
USING THE MODALITY OF MUSIC TO TEACH SCIENCE CONCEPTS TO ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED URBAN MIDDLE SCHOOL YOUTH: AN EVIDENCED BASED PRACTICE GROUNDED IN HOWARD GARDNER'S CONCEPTUALIZATION OF MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES presented on March 27th 2009 at the 6th Annual Education Research Conference at Lamar University. Manuscript selected for "Outstanding Original Work."

EXAMINING THE IMPACT OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT ON THE EMPLOYMENT OUTCOMES OF PERSONS WITH VISUAL IMPAIRMENTS AND BLINDNESS presented on March 28, 2008 at the 5th Annual Education Research Conference at Lamar University. Manuscript selected by reviewers as "Outstanding Original Work."

MINORITY AND MAJORITY CLIENTS WITH COGNITIVE, PSYCHOSOCIAL, AND OTHER MENTAL IMPAIRMENTS: INVESTIGATING DIFFERENCES IN CASE SERVICE COSTS presented on March 30, 2007 at the 3rd Annual Education Research Conference at Lamar University. Paper also selected for "Outstanding Research."

Professional Affiliations:
Psi Chi- National Honor Society in Psychology
TRAN- Texas Rehabilitation Action Network

Publications:
Whitfield, H. W. & Lloyd, R. (2008, April). American Indians/Native Alaskans with Traumatic Brain Injury: Examining the Impairments of Traumatic Brain Injury, Disparities in Service Provision, and Employment Outcomes. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin 51(3) 190-192.

Whitfield, H.W. (2009, Oct). Occupations at case closure for vocational rehabilitation applicants with criminal backgrounds. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 53(1), 56-58

Whitfield, H.W., Venable, R. H., & Broussard, S (2010, Jan). Are client-counselor racial/etchnic matches associated with rehabilitation successful outcomes? Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin 53(2), 96-105.

Additional Information: I have completed 42 semester hours of graduate and undergraduate courses in statistics, research, and mathematics. I am proficient in using SPSS for data analysis.

 

HAROLD WHITFIELD, ED.D. • PO BOX 3305 • BEAUMONT, TX 77704