Sarah Fefer (FRS ’18-’19) has been selected for the 2019 Child Intervention, Prevention, and Services (CHIPS) fellowship. CHIPS is a “dynamic interdisciplinary training consortium, created to bolster mental health research in the areas of intervention, prevention, and the provision of services for children and adolescents.”
Sarah will receive a $2,500 travel award to attend two national meetings of her choice or to visit with out-of-town mentors. She will participate in a five-day, intensive institute hosted by Dr. Joan Luby at the Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.
This is a wonderful opportunity for Sarah to continue to develop her research on parent-teacher intervention for children’s challenging classrooms behaviors.
The CRF team wishes a warm congratulations to Sarah.