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Stephen Stunder, Ed.D

Stephen Stunder, Ed.D

Steve Stunder
Assistant Professor of Human Services
Director, Administration of Human Services Graduate Program
SJH 370
215-753-3610
Educational Background: 

B.A. English/Secondary Education, Saint Joseph’s University

M.A Counseling Psychology, Rosemont College

M.A Human Services Management, Rosemont College

  • Pennsylvania Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
  • Pennsylvania Certified Secondary School Counselor

Ed.D Educational Leadership and Management, Drexel University

Courses Taught: 

Principles of Human Resources in Human Services

Family Services

Principles of Finance in Human Services

Assessment and Evaluation

Human Behavior and the Social Environment

Scholarly Interests: 

Human Services Management Principles

Developing Curriculum for Students with Learning Differences

Transition of Students with Learning Needs to High Education

Educating parents and students on Educational Technology

Selected Publications: 

Stunder, S. J. (2018). How Participation in a Learning Difference Program in an Independent School Affects Students' Academic and Emotional Progress and Definition of Success. Drexel University.

Stunder, S.J. (2019).  Intervention Preparation Workbook.  Recovery Centers of America.

https://help.recoverycentersofamerica.com/rs/956-DDP-611/images/rca-intervention-preparation-workbook.pdf