Samuel Endris is a PhD student in the special education program at Indiana university. He works as a graduate research assistant under the supervision of both Dr. Nord and Dr. Andresen at the Institute on Disability and Community at Indiana University (IIDC).
Endris’ research and clinical background spans many areas including community, employment of people with disabilities, clinical mental health of people with disabilities, social inclusion, and school-to-adult transition.
Endris holds a bachelor's in Psychological Science and a master’s in Rehabilitation Counseling from Ball State University.
I have a strong passion for advocating, leading, and helping others! I have experience in a variety of areas including ABA, employment services, residential living, day programs, and clinical and psychological mental health interventions. My future endeavors include a potential future clinical director role for a nonprofit organization or returning as a professor to continue my research! My desire is to further our ability to aid those with disabilities in their right to services.
- Clinical Mental Health for People with Disabilities
- Employment Opportunities for People with Disabilities
- Intellectual/Developmental & Autism Spectrum Disorder
- School to Adult Transition