Sheri A. Bauman
Dr. Sheri Bauman is a professor and director of the Counseling graduate degree program at the University of Arizona. Prior to earning her doctorate in 1999, Dr. Bauman worked in public schools for 30 years, 18 of those as a school counselor. She is also a licensed psychologist although she is not in practice at this time.
Dr. Bauman conducts research on bullying, cyberbullying, and peer victimization. She also studies teacher responses to bullying. She is the recipient of two grants from the National Science Foundation. She has given presentations on topics related to bullying/cyberbullying at local, state, national, and international conferences. She has published two books: Special Topics for Helping Professionals (2007, Pearson), Cyberbullying: What Counselors Need to Know (2011, American Counseling Association), and is lead editor of Principles of Cyberbullying Research: Definition, Measures, and Methods (with Donna Cross & Jenny Walker, 2013, Routledge). Her vita includes over 50 publications in peer-reviewed journals, many book chapters, three training dvds for counselors, and numerous other publications. She is currently analyzing data from her National Science Foundation longitudinal study, and working on two co-authored books: Mental Health in the Digital Age (with Dr. Ian Rivers, Brunel University, London) and Group Counseling with Persons with Disabilities (with Linda Shaw and Paul Bourgeois, University of Arizona.