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Education faculty awarded $799k federal grant to study special education issues
Professor Mary Lynn Boscardin and assistant professor Rebecca Woodland of the School of Education have been awarded a four-year, $799,860 grant from the U.S. Department of Education to help prepare future leaders in the field of special education. Click for more information.

Faculty awarded $799k to train speech-language pathologists with special ed focus
Two faculty members have been awarded a four-year, $799,602 grant by the U.S. Department of Education to train the next generation of doctoral leaders in speech-language pathology to provide better services to public school students with speech and language disabilities. Click for more information.

Training Speech Language Pathologists in the Public Schools to Deliver Reliable Evidence-based Models of Technology Effectively (REMOTE)
Drs. Mary Adrianopoulos (Project Director) and Mary Lynn Boscardin (Project Co-Director) have been awarded a five year $1.25 million grant through the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs, to train approximately SLP masters students to work in public school classrooms as SLP specialists in the assessment and intervention of children with ASD. Click for more information.