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Lee Mason

Assistant Professor of Special Education

Interdisciplinary Learning & Teaching

Office: MB 2.222     COEHD Bio

T:  210.458.4524 or 210.458.2007

Email: lee.mason@utsa.edu


Dr. Lee Mason is a board certified behavior analyst (BCBA-D) and an assistant professor of special education at the University of Texas at San Antonio, where he is director of the Teacher Education: Autism Model (TEAM) Program. He has worked with individuals with autism spectrum disorders and other intellectual disabilities since 2000. Dr. Mason received his BA in humanities from Trinity University, MEd in special education from Stephen F. Austin State University, and PhD in education from Utah State University. Dr. Mason taught special education in public, private, and residential schools, and currently directs the TEAM Autism Center. He teaches graduate courses in special education and applied behavior analysis. Dr. Mason’s current research interests include behavioral phenomenology, discrimination training, and the multiple control of verbal behavior.