Michael J. Marlowe Appalachian State University, USA
Mike Marlowe is a professor of special education at Appalachian State University in the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina. He has also taught special education at the University of Wyoming and Tennessee Technological University. He specializes in coursework in emotional and behavioral disorders and classroom management.
Prior to university teaching Mike taught children in classrooms for emotional and behavioral problems in the public schools of Indiana and Kentucky. He has also worked as a wilderness instructor in the Daniel Boone National Forest, as director of an alternative school, and as a community placement worker at a psychiatric hospital. He was inducted into the Order of Kentucky Colonels because of his work in special education. He is a member of the Council for Exceptional Children and the Council for Children’s Behavioral Disorders.
Mike has published extensively and presented at state, national, and international conferences on Torey Hayden’s approach to teaching children with emotional and behavioral problems. Mike and his artist wife Susan have three children, who all live far away: Auckland, New Zealand, Los Angeles, and Denver. He enjoys nature, hiking with his yellow lab, Gracie, and an occasional round of golf. Questions or comments can be directed to email@example.com.