Mike Raulin
District Governor -  2017-2018



Mike Raulin joined Rotary in 2004 shortly after moving to Ohio. He has held several roles in the Canfield club, including president, photographer, website coordinator, co-editor of the newsletter, Interact representative, and chair of the Public Relations, Membership, and Vocational committees. He won the Rookie of the Year award and the club won several district awards for projects he headed. He has attended four RI Conventions and every district conference except one since joining Rotary.
Mike also served as the district website coordinator, the chair of the District Technology Committee, and Assistant Governor. He is a facilitator at All-Ohio PETS and a facilitator at RYLA. He is a Paul Harris Society Member. He was also a website coordinator for Rotary Global History Fellowship.
Mike received his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin. He was on the faculty of SUNY at Buffalo for 25 years, where he served as Director of the Psychological Services Center, Director of the Ph.D. Clinical Psychology program, and the founder and director of the department’s Anxiety Disorders Clinic. He is currently on the faculty at Youngstown State University.
Mike has published 30 articles or chapters and is author of an abnormal psychology textbook and coauthor of a research methods textbook (now in the 8th edition). He has served on the editorial board of two top journals and has reviewed papers for 20 different journals. He has also reviewed NIH grant applications.
Mike has been active in psychological affairs. He was president of the Psychological Association of Western New York, chaired the program committees for the Society for Research in Psychopathology and the Eastern Psychological Association, and was president of the National Association of Directors of Psychology Training Clinics and secretary of Society for Research in Psychopathology. He has an excellent reputation for his teaching, with evaluations that consistently place him among the top instructors at the university. He has won awards for teaching and public service and is listed five different Who’s Who volumes.
Mike is looking forward to being district governor, meeting Rotarians throughout the district and sharing his passion for Rotary.