Loyola University Chicago

School of Education

Faculty and Staff Directory

Shriberg, David

Title/s: Professor

Specialty Area: School Psychology

Office #: Lewis Towers 1034, WTC

Phone: 312.915.7087

E-mail: dshribe@luc.edu

CV Link: Shriberg-CV


My research and teaching interests center on the application of social justice principles to educational practice. I strive to be a student-centered instructor who both challenges and supports students as they develop as agents of social justice.


Ph.D., Northeastern University, Boston, MA

Program Areas

  • School Psychology (Ed.S., Ed.D., Ph.D.)

Research Interests

  • Applied social justice
  • School/family/community collaboration
  • Bullying prevention

Professional & Community Affiliations

  • Journal of Educational & Psychological Consultation, Editor
  • American Psychological Association, Division 16 (School Psychology),Applying Psychology in the Schools Book Series Editor
  • Trainers of School Psychologists (2010-2011), President
  • National Association of School Psychologists, Contributing Editor, Communique

Courses Taught

  • CIEP 462 Seminar in Professional School Psychology
  • CIEP 466 Special Topics: Family/School/Community Collaboration
  • CIEP 525: Leading for Social Justice in School Psychology
  • ELPS 432 Multiculturalism for Social Justice


Selected Publications

  • Shriberg, D., Burns, M. K., Desai, P., Grunewald, S., & Pitt, R. (2015). A multi-year investigation of combating bullying in middle school: Stakeholder perspectives. School Psychology Forum: Research in Practice, 9(2), 143-161
  • Shriberg, D., Vera, E., & McPherson, A. C. (in press). Preparing school professionals to deliver services using a social justice framework. Invited chapter to appear in E. C. Lopez, S. G. Nahari, & S. Proctor (Eds.), The handbook of multicultural school psychology (2nd ed.).
  • Shriberg, D. & Moy, G. (2014). Best practices in social justice advocacy for school psychologists. In P. L. Harrison & A. Thomas (Eds.), Best practices in school psychology VI. Bethesda, MD: National Association of School Psychologists.
  • Moy, G., Briggs, A., Shriberg, D., Jackson, K., Smith, P., & Tompkins, N. (2014). Developing school psychologists as agents of social justice: A qualitative analysis of student understanding across three year.  Journal of School Psychology, 52, 323-341. DOI: 10.1016/j.jsp.2014.03.001.
  • Shriberg, D., & Desai, P. S. (2014). Bridging social justice and children’s rights to enhance school psychology scholarship and practice. Psychology in the Schools, 51, 3-14. DOI: 10.1002/pits.21737.
  • Shriberg, D., Song, S. Y., Miranda, A. H., & Radliff, K. M. (2013). School psychology and social justice: Conceptual foundations and tools for practice. New York: Routledge.
  • Shriberg, D., Schumacher, R., McMahon, K., Flores, S., Moy, G., Swidzinski, J., & Tompkins, N. (2012). Facilitating effective family-school collaboration practices in an urban Catholic school using an action research methodology. Catholic Education: A Journal of Inquiry and Practice. 15, 226-252.