Vicki E. Tomlin

UAP-Non-Teaching Fac Adjunct; Adjunct Faculty

Professional Biography

Dr. Tomlin received her PhD from the University of Denver. She served as a school psychologist for K-12 youth for over 25 years and monitored academic initiatives within thirteen states as a Senior Monitor to American Institutes for Research/U.S. Department of Education. Vicki was the grant coordinator for the Refugee School Impact Grant and assisted in the development of cross-site instrumentation for assessing positive youth development for fifteen study sites comprised of African American, Latino, Navajo, Yankton Sioux, and Asian / Pacific Island target populations. Dr. Tomlin also led CDC's empowerment evaluation processes to enhance the effectiveness of statewide prevention programs in under-represented Colorado communities. She became an assistant clinical professor at the University of Denver in August 2013.


  • Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, University of Denver, 1994
  • EdS, School Psychology, University of Northern Colorado, 1978
  • MA, Guidance/ Counseling, University of Denver, 1973
  • BS, Special Education, Indiana State University, 1970

Licensure / Accreditations

  • Colorado Professional Special Services License