Dr. Diamond has worked with young children with high and low incidence disabilities at the elementary level as a teacher and a new teacher mentor. Prior to her current position she advised graduate students in initial graduate licensure programs. She currently works as an Assistant Professor in Special Education in the College of Education at the University of Nevada, Reno. Her dissertation focused on impact of problem solving interventions with young children with developmental disabilities. Her current research interests are the availability of quality early childhood and special education services for young children, interdisciplinary training programs, instructional approaches to teaching problem solving, and both in school and out of school supports for families and children.
- Ph.D., Early Childhood Special Education and Autism, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
- M.Ed., Special Education, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
- B.S., Early Childhood Education, University of Nevada, Las Vegas