Five students in the Department of Early Childhood, Special Education, and Rehabilitation Counseling recently received fellowships fellowships gifted to the department by previous faculty members and alumni.
The Barbara J. Edwards Special Education Fellowship was awarded to Mark Samudre, a Special Education doctoral student.
The Mike Nelson Graduate Fellowship was awarded to Kathryn Gorton, an Applied Behavior Analysis master’s degree student. This fellowship is for students conducting research with students with emotional and behavioral disorders as part of their graduate program.
The Blackhurst Student Research Fund was awarded to three doctoral students in the Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education program: Rebecca Crawford, Meg Gravil, and Mary Howard. This fund is for students who are doing research activities as part of their graduate work.