Scott Lissner

Editorial Board Member
Association of Higher Education And Disability


L. Scott Lissner has served as the Americans With Disabilities Act Coordinator for The Ohio State University since January of 2000. He is responsible for disability related policy initiatives, and is the university's grievance officer for disability related concerns. Lissner also serves as a catalyst and clearinghouse for disability related initiatives and as a liaison to the disability community. Currently Lissner is on the editorial board for the Journal of Post secondary Education and Disability and a member of the professional development committee for the Association of Higher Education And Disability. He has published journal articles and interviews on disability issues, regularly presents at national conferences and consults on access, accommodations and instructional issues at with schools, agencies and businesses. Lissner has a Bachelor of Arts in psychology and economics from Rutgers University, and a Master's degree in counseling from Hunter College of the City University of New York. He has conducted doctoral level study and research in cognitive psychology with a focus on learning and memory at Adelphi University; and is currently ABD in the University of Virginia's Educational Policy Studies program writing a dissertation on disability policy.