Christine Neddenriep is Professor of Psychology and the Coordinator of the School Psychology Program at UW-Whitewater. Prior to joining the faculty at UW-Whitewater, she practiced as a school psychologist for several years. Her research interests include the implementation and evaluation of academic and behavioral interventions in educational settings. She also possesses expertise in evaluating programs aimed at promoting the health and wellbeing of young children in early learning settings. Beginning in 2015, she has worked with the Department of Instruction (DPI) and the Wisconsin Alliance for Infant Mental Health (WI-AIMH) in evaluating the effectiveness of Pyramid Model Practices in Wisconsin. She is currently collaborating with partner agencies in Wisconsin to implement and evaluate the effectiveness of Behavior Help Wisconsin-- a program designed to prevent the early expulsion of young children from childcare settings. Dr. Neddenriep teaches coursework in academic interventions, school-based consultation, behavioral assessment and intervention, and research methods. She also supervises practicum students and interns.