Robert Cameron (PhD)
Meet the always cool, calm and collected Robert.
Robert is a teacher and dissertation coach with decades of experience working with individuals from all walks of life, both within and outside of academia.
Robert has a passion for the social sciences, combined with a knack for translating complex research and theory into practical, actionable results.
- Methodologies: Qualitative and mixed methods (involving basic statistics)
- Collection methods: Interviews, focus groups, observation, digital content
- Analysis methods: Qualitative analysis – content, narrative, discourse, and phenomenological analysis. Quantitative: descriptive statistics
- Research interests: Systems theory, family systems, interpersonal violence, social justice
- Supported software: Word, Excel, ATLAS.ti
Robert’s working experience includes a diverse and interesting mix of roles both within and outside of academia.
Outside of academia, Robert has been actively involved in various public service roles. He has served in the US military as a bomb disposal expert (testimony to his relentlessly cool-headed disposition), as a Program Manager at the Department of Community Corrections and Rehabilitation, and later as a Research Manager.
Within academia, Robert has taught at several universities over the last two decades. He is currently an adjunct professor at Salem International University, where he has taught undergraduate and graduate courses for the past eight years. Besides lecturing and teaching, he has helped students formulate, design, and carry out postgraduate-level capstone/research projects on a variety of topics.
Robert has extensive experience using research to solve complex problems in the human services field, including the implementation of evidence-based practices. He is a scholar-practitioner who prides himself on making complex academic concepts accessible, meaningful, and practical for all.
Robert completed his BA in Criminal Justice at Metropolitan State University. He then completed his MA in Human Development at St. Mary’s University of Minnesota, followed by a PhD in Human Services at Walden University, which focused on the ways survivors of intimate partner violence seek support in online social spaces.
Robert also has extensive experience in the technical writing field, including writing, editing, proofreading, and consulting about complex technical documents. He is also an associate member of ACES: The Society for Editing.
Robert’s work experience, education, and training make him a well-rounded coach who can help students move confidently toward their academic goals.
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