Official Retirement Citation (2001)
"Joe Hasazi has contributed steadily and importantly to the department and to his colleagues, and has managed to say the right thing, always, to keep departmental meetHasaziings m perspective. He has supervised on doctoral dissertations, and contributed enorHasazimously to the local community through his service on boards of social service agencies. His sense of humor and contribution to all of us will be sorely missed."
-Professor David C. Howell
Education: AB, 1965; M.S. 1968; Ph. D, 1970, University of Miami.
UVM Career: Assistant Professor, 1970-74; Associate Professor, 1974-01. Director of Clinical Training, 1974-77, 1989-90, 1993-95.
Key Scholarly Interests: Developmental psychopathology, mental retardation.
Publication Highlights: Published dozens of book chapters, technical reports, and papers in journals ranging from the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis and Journal of Abnormal Psychology, to Developmental BeHasazihavioral Pediatrics and Pediatric Dentistry
Teaching/Research/Memberships: Supervised 34 doctoral dissertations and many M.A. theses; over $2 million in research grants and contracts; spearheaded passage of psyHasazichology licensing law for Vermont PsychoHasazilogical Association and chaired State of VerHasazimont Licensing Board for 5 years; first chair of Continuing Education Committee of AmeriHasazican Psychological Association; co-founded Behavior Therapy and Psychotherapy Center at UVM; on 3 editorial boards and ad hoc reviewer of articles for 10 major Journals.
Other Professional Experience:Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Stanford University 1976-77, Visiting Professor, Department of Psychology, UniHasaziversity of Lisbon, 1985.
Awards and Honors: Doctor of Science (Honorary), 1982, Universidad Autonoma De CentroAmerica (Costa Rica); Fulbright Scholarship, 1985.
Community Service: Service on boards of Epilepsy Foundation of Vermont, Howard Mental Health Services, Inc. Resources for Community Living; Crime Victims Assistance Fund; and Epilepsy Foundation of America, Youth Transition Project. Service on the Family Proceedings Advisory Committee, which drafted Vermont's child custody statute.