Skip Navigation

Kendra Williams Diehm

Kendra Williams Diehm, Ph.D.

Professor; Executive Director, Zarrow Institute on Transition & Self-Determination

Stacy Reeder

Educational Psychology
Special Education
Phone: (405) 325-8951
Office: Collings Hall 302

Kendra L. Williams-Diehm is a professor in the Special Education program in the Department of Educational Psychology. Her primary research interests include comprehensive transition services with a focus on self-determination and post-secondary outcomes for students with disabilities (specifically intellectual and developmental disabilities). A secondary research interest focuses on the role culture and family plays in both the education of and outcomes for students from diverse backgrounds. Dr. Williams-Diehm also actively teaches both undergraduate and graduate students in the Educational Psychology department, especially in teacher preparation programs.

Prior to coming to the University of Oklahoma, Dr. Williams-Diehm was at the Beach Center on Disability at the University of Kansas.

pdfView CV for Kendra Williams-Diehm (PDF)


Research Interests:

  • Secondary Transtion & Self-Determination
  • Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
  • Cultural Impact
  • Teacher Preparation