Curriculum Vitae Robert Savage Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology Faculty of Education, McGill University



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Curriculum Vitae

Robert Savage

Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology

Faculty of Education, McGill University


PERSONAL INFORMATION 2

Education 2

Employment 2

Awards and Distinctions 3

RESEARCH AND SCHOLARLY ACTIVITY 5

RESEARCH AND SCHOLARLY PRODUCTIVITY 10

To date I have 85 peer reviewed publications (including ‘in press’): 10

Journal Articles: 66 Peer Reviewed 10

Papers Accepted / In Press 10

Journal Articles: Peer Reviewed - Papers Published 11


Papers under review 16

Journal Articles: Advanced State of Preparation 17

Book chapters and proceedings: Published and in Press 18

Book chapters: Advanced State of Preparation 19

Book Reviews 19

Research reports (Examples) 23

Presentations and Conferences 25

Professional Workshops given 38

Workshops Taken 40

TEACHING AND GRADUATE SUPERVISION 40

Courses Taught at McGill 40


Graduate Research Supervision 40

Masters and Ph.D Committees (Exemplification prior to 2014) 44

Independent Research Internship Credits 45

SERVICE 46

Administrative Responsibilities – Department Committees 46


Faculty Committees 46

University Service 47

Committees Outside McGill 47

Professional Service 47

Research Review 48

Granting Review 49

Professional and academic Memberships 49

Community 49




Curriculum Vitae

Robert Savage

Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology

Faculty of Education, McGill University



PERSONAL INFORMATION


Education





1998

Ph.D. Research (Experimental Psychology)

University of London, Institute of Education (Ph. D completed in 3 years)





1999

M.Sc. Professional Educational Psychology (Qualified School Psychologist)

University of London, Institute of Education





1994

M.Sc. Research Degree in Experimental Psychology

Cambridge University, St John’s College





1992

Post-graduate Certificate in Education

Cambridge University, Homerton College





1989

B.A. Honours Degree in Experimental Psychology

Oxford University, Worcester College




Employment





2006

Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, McGill University, Montreal


2003


Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, McGill University, Montreal.


2008 – 2012

Program Director Inclusive Education, Program Director Human Development, Ph. D program, M. Ed Inclusive and General and 5 associated undergraduate and certificate in education programs.

2001 – 2002

Consultant Educational Psychologist for Advanced Learning Sciences, Hampstead.

2001 – 2002

Associate Lecturer Professional Educational Psychology training course, University of London & Institute of Education, London.

1999 – 2002


Professional Educational Psychologist (School Psychologist) for the London Borough of Sutton

Eligible for royal chartered status as professional Educational Psychologist (Cert. Psychol).



1999 – 2002

Post-Doctoral researcher with Dr Morag Stuart at the London University Institute of Education

1995 – 2002

Associate Lecturer for Open University

1994 – 1997

Lecturer in Psychology, East Berkshire College A levels, GCSEs (equivalent to CEGEP)

1997 – 1998

Research Officer at the National Foundation for Educational Research.

1990 – 1991


Research Assistant Department of Employment project on ‘broad skills’ in the National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs).

Awards and Distinctions





2013

Petitioned by president elect and SSSR board to stand for role of President of The Society for the Scientific Study of Reading (vice-president, president- president-elect sequence).


2013

Article by Kirby and Savage (2008) in top 10 downloaded articles from Literacy, two years in a row.


2007

William Dawson Scholar. The William Dawson Scholarship is equivalent to a Canada Research Chair Tier 2.


2012


William Dawson Scholar Renewed

Two papers (Savage et al., 2003; Savage & Carless, 2005) selected among 14 included from 6,632 included in latest Cochrane collaboration systematic review on effective early preventative reading intervention: MacArthur et al. Phonics training for English-speaking poor readers http://www.cochrane.org/ (published online, December 2012). My data represents 25% of the total in the review.

Savage et al. (2003) & Savage & Carless (2008) included in ‘What Works Clearing House’ (U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Educational Sciences) review of best practice.

These same papers included in Torgerson Brooks and Hall re-review of RCT research on synthetic versus analytic phonics instruction (review for UK government, Department of Education forthcoming).

SSHRC Insight Grant application ‘Responding to Intervention: Schools where all children learn to read’ ranked 2nd out of 70.


2011

Nominated by my graduate team for a distinguished teaching award.

Haigh, Savage, Genesee and Erdos (2011) 4th most coted article in Journal of Research in Reading.


2009

Savage et al. (2003) paper on reading intervention placed on Journal of Research in Reading all-time ‘classic’ most highly-cited papers http://www.wiley.com/bw/vi.asp?ref=0141-0423&site=1.


2008

Plain language summary of our research on early reading intervention disseminated by UK government to all schools in England and Wales.


2007

2006


Dr Noni McDonald award, Canadian Paediatrics Association award for best paper of the year.

Canadian Speech and Language Association Editors award for best paper of the year (with Professor Susan Rvachew)

Savage et al. (2001) cited in the Rose Review of Literacy Policy in England and Wales, influencing all subsequent national policy.





2004


SSHRC research grant application was short-listed for the AURORA prize for new researchers.

2002

Honorary Research Associate, University College, London.


2001

Honorary Research Associate, Institute of Education, London

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