Lauren Hart Rollins, Ph.D.

Lauren Hart Rollins is an assistant professor of Special Education at the University of West Georgia. She graduated from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, AL with a Ph.D. in Special Education. Lauren taught elementary students with moderate to severe Autism Spectrum Disorders, many of whom had additional emotional and behavior concerns. She has also consulted with local school systems to provide support to teachers and students with severe emotional/behavioral concerns. Lauren has devoted her career to supporting students with and at-risk for emotional and behavioral disorders, Tier 2 and 3 academic and behavioral interventions, self-regulation, teacher well-being and burnout, and effective special education teacher preparation. 

  • B.S., Elementary Education, The University of Alabama, 2013
  • M.A., Special Education, The University of Alabama, 2016
  • PhD, Special Education, The University of Alabama, 2020

Spring 2021 Sections

  • SPED-6709 (Reg & Requirements in Spec Ed) Section: E01
  • SPED-6761 (Classroom Behavior Management) Section: E03
  • SPED-6776 (Curric & Inst Stgy Severe Disa) Section: E01

Fall 2020 Sections

  • SPED-3714 (Behavior & Classroom Mgmt) Section: 02
  • SPED-4760 (Curric & Method II: Severe Dis) Section: 01
  • SPED-6776 (Curric & Inst Stgy Severe Disa) Section: E01

Summer 2020 Sections

  • SPED-6709 (Reg & Requirements in Spec Ed) Section: E03
  • SPED-6776 (Curric & Inst Stgy Severe Disa) Section: E01