Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Policy Studies, Georgia State University, 2015.
Master of Science in Professional Counseling, Georgia State University, 2004.
Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Language and Literature, University of West Georgia, 2000.
Human Research Protection (IRB)
Qualitative Research Methods
Dr. Harley Granville is a research associate II in the Center for Evaluation and Research Services. Granville conducts evaluation site visits, focus groups and individual interviews. He also meets with CERS clients and consults with CEHD faculty on qualitative research design as well as IRB proposal preparation for their funded projects. Granville is a staff senator in the University Senate for the 2016-2018 term, serving on the Faculty Affairs and Cultural Diversity Committees. Granville is also a member of the University Staff Council and serves on the Executive Committee.
Granville has two peer-reviewed journal publications, as well as over 20 paper and poster presentations. His presentations were given at state, national and international conferences. In 2016, Granville gave a half-day training session on theory of change articulation for the National Professional Grant Writer’s Association Annual Conference.
Granville is also a long-serving technical editor for the Journal of Individual Psychology, University of Texas Press, and past technical editor for The Journal of Intergroup Relations, National Association of Social Justice Workers.
Curlette, W. L., & Granville, H. G. (2014). “The four Crucial C’s in Critical Friend’s Groups.” The Journal of Individual Psychology, 70(1), 22-30.
Sprouse, D., Ogletree, S. L., Miller, M. T., Granville, H. G., & Kern, R. M. (2005). “An Adlerian model for alliance building.” The Journal of Individual Psychology, 61(2), 137-148.
Granville, H. G., Curlette, W. L., Benson, G. T., Ogletree, S. L., Hendrick, R. C., & McIntyre, Q. (2016, March). “Enculturating for Belonging-Social Interest within Professional Development Schools: The real work in Critical Friends Groups.” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Washington, DC.
Granville, H. G., Curlette, W. L., Benson, G., Hendrick, R. C., Ogletree, S. L., & Martin, C. (2015, March). “Fostering educational equity in PDS schools through Enculturating for Belonging-Social Interest: A grounded conceptual analysis of CFG work.” Session presented at the 2015 Professional Development Schools National Conference, Atlanta, GA.
Granville, H. G., Curlette, W. L., Ogletree, S. L., Benson, G. T., & Hendrick, R. C. (2014, May). “Two new uses for the Crucial C’s: Writing successful grant proposals and reconceptualizing Critical Friends Groups (CFGs).” Poster presented at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the North American Society of Adlerian Psychology, Chicago, IL.