Dr. Evan Dean Borisinkoff, PhD, BCBA, LBA

Associate Professor

Office: Memorial Hall 210 J
Email: evan.borisinkoff@minotstateu.edu
Phone: 858-3055

Evan Dean Borisinkoff, Ph.D., BCBA, LBA, Associate Professor at Minot State University (MSU) teaches undergraduate and graduate level coursework for the Department of Special Education and is Program Director for the AS, BS and MS degrees in Disability Human Services. Dr. Borisinkoff currently teaches classes in the areas of assistive technology, special education law and policy, disability legal rights, positive behavior supports and applied behavior analysis.

Dr. Borisinkoff graduated from the Educational Specialties Department of Special Education at the University of New Mexico earning a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Special Education with an emphasis in Intellectual Disability and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Dr. Borisinkoff earned his AA, BS and MS degrees in Developmental Disabilities and Severe Multiple Disabilities from MSU. He has completed postgraduate work in the study of Autism Spectrum Disorders and behavioral pediatrics. Dr. Borisinkoff is a licensed Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) having completed the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) verified course sequence (VCS) program at the University of North Dakota.

During his professional career, he has worked in a variety of educational and human services settings and has over twenty years of experience in the field of developmental disabilities. Dr. Borisinkoff has worked with adults with developmental disabilities in both residential and supported employment settings in Minot, North Dakota. He worked for a Community Centered Board serving adults with Developmental Disabilities as a Resource Coordinator and Case Manager in Denver, Colorado and taught public school students with high intensity needs for ten years in New Mexico. He has expertise and research interests in transition, positive behavior supports and applied behavior analysis. Dr. Borisinkoff is professionally affiliated with the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD) and Council for Exceptional Children (CEC).