Ernest Biller, Ph.D.
College of Education
Campus Locations: Moscow
Curriculum and Instruction
With UI Since 1992
Ph.D. Special Education Administration, Southern Illinois University. Jan 1982
M.S. Rehabilitation Administration and Services, Southern Illinois University. Jan 1979
B.S. Special Education, Southern Illinois University. Jan 1971
Dr. Biller's most recent research has focused on the history of career development, mainly the works of Frank Parsons, founder of the American counseling movement.
Dr. Biller is a native of California and completed all of his training in the state of Iliinois. Prior to coming to the University of Idaho he was on the faculty at Ohio State University in rehabilitation counseling. His primary subject is the career development of adolescents and Young adults with learning disabilities. More recently he has focused on the history of career development, mainly the writings of Frank Parsons (1854-1908) He has recently republished two works of Parsons and is currently working on a biography of Parsons. Dr. Biller's main hobby is international travel and in the last year has been to China, Guam, Japan, Philippines, and the island country of Palau. Most of those visits were associated with the delivery of career development training. Dr. Biller is currently the coordinator for career and technical teacher preparation at UI.
- Biller, E.F., "Using Dependable Strengths for Multicultural Career Counseling," Referred Eric/Cass CD Document, North Carolina., Jan 2002.
- Biller, E.F., "Career Guidance Blueprint for Career Lessons That Meet Standards," CD Document, Idaho State Division of Professional & Technical Education, Boise, Idaho., Jan 2002.
- Biller, E.F., ed., "The Idaho Adult Career Development Model" (revised ed.)., Jan 2002.
- Biller, E.F., ed., "Blueprints: The Toolkit for the Idaho Comprehensive Guidance Model.", Jan 2001.
- Biller, E.F., ed., "The Tool Kit For School Counselors.", Jan 2001.
- Biller, E.F., and Schoffler, S. (2001, 2002 revised), "Exploring Career Pathways Over the Internet.", Jan 2001.
- Biller, E.F., and Schoffler, S., "Exploring Career Pathways - CD-ROM," University of Idaho, ACTE Curriculum Center., Jan 1999.