Interim Associate Vice President for University Outreach, Public and Community Services
Director, South Central Comprehensive Center (SC3); Principal Investigator, Central Comprehensive Center (C3); and Director, Educational Training, Evaluation, Assessment and Measurement (E-TEAM)
Belinda Biscoe, PhD
PhD, University of Oklahoma
MA, BA, Fisk University
Dr. Belinda Biscoe is associate vice president of University Outreach, Public and Community Services Division. Also within University Outreach, she serves as director of the South Central Comprehensive Center (SC3), principal investigator for the Central Comprehensive Center (C3), and director of Educational Training, Evaluation, Assessment and Measurement (E-TEAM).
Dr. Biscoe's areas of expertise include: research and evaluation, higher education administration, nonprofit administration, public school administration, school reform, early literacy, public school issues, substance abuse prevention, mental health, resilience, homelessness, workforce development, juvenile justice, lifespan developmental psychology (with an emphasis on early childhood and adolescence), and substance abuse treatment, including client management, women and family issues, polydrug abusers, co-occurring disorders, and self-help organizations. Dr. Biscoe is also a co-founder of the Eagle Ridge Institute, a nonprofit substance abuse organization in Oklahoma City.
During the course of her career, she has written and received funding for more than 47 major grants, resulting in the application of millions of dollars to support initiatives for common education, non-profit organizations, and higher education. She is an accomplished public speaker, having presented papers at local, state, and national conferences.
Dr. Biscoe is certified as an Oklahoma Certified Alcohol and Drug Director/Program Administrator (OCADDPA) and Internationally Certified Prevention Specialist (ICPS).