Name:  Giancarlo Anselmo
Title:  Assistant Professor of Psychology 
Education: Ed.D. in School Psychology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
S.S.P in School Psychology, Winthrop University
M.S. in School Psychology, Winthrop University
B.S. in Psychology, Eastern Michigan University
Office:  129 Kinard Hall   
Phone:  803/323-2635 
Area(s): curriculum-based measurement, assessment of reading and math, multi-tiered systems of support, behavior management, social-emotional screening and intervention


College of Arts and Sciences

Faculty & Staff Profiles

Dr. Anselmo is an assistant professor of psychology at Winthrop. He currently teaches undergraduate courses in the psychology department and is part of the graduate teaching faculty in the School Psychology Graduate Program at Winthrop.  Before becoming a full time faculty member in 2019, Dr. Anselmo taught at Winthrop in an adjunct capacity since 2004.  After obtaining his degrees in school psychology, Dr. Anselmo worked as a nationally certified school psychologist in Cleveland County, NC for 15 years.  He served many roles within the school system including: serving students and families in preschool through high school settings, Responsiveness to Instruction (RtI) coordinator, Lead RtI school psychologist, and Multi-Tiered Systems of Support Program Specialist.

Dr. Anselmo currently teaches courses in disorders of childhood and adolescence, psychological tests and measurements, and supervision courses within the school psychology program.  Research interests include: placement models for specific learning disabilities, reliability and validity of curriculum-based measurements, and social-emotional risk screening measures.  Dr. Anselmo is currently a member of the National Association of School Psychologists, North Carolina School Psychologists Association, and the South Carolina Association of School Psychologists.  He is also a licensed Psycho-Educational Specialist in South Carolina.