CEHS students win awards at Student Research Days
04 May 2021
Eight students in the College of Education and Human Sciences won awards during Student Research Days, held April 12-16. The week-long virtual event was hosted by the Office of Undergraduate Research, and the Office of Research and Economic Development. Over 200 graduate and undergraduate students participated in the celebration of student research and creative work.
Faculty, postdoc and graduate student judges met with students during Zoom Q-and-As and evaluated their presentations. Graduate students were awarded with $400 travel grants to help with conference travel costs. Undergraduates were awarded prizes valued at $250 sponsored by their academic colleges.
CEHS honorees and links to their video presentations are provided below.
- Karalynn Brown and Donna Chen (School Psychology) View presentation here
- Dan Wang and Qingyu Jiang (Child, Youth and Family Studies) View presentation here
- Madison Bosilevac (Communication Sciences and Disorders) with advisor Michael Hebert: “Writing for Students with Visual Impairments: A TVI National Survey,” view presentation here
- Chloe Strong (Communication Sciences and Disorders) with advisor Naomi Rodgers: “How Local School-Based Speech-Language Pathologists Facilitate Skill Transfer and Generalization for Students Who Stutter,” view presentation here
- Anna Suppes and Isabeau Tholen (Communication Sciences and Disorders; Child Youth and Family Studies) with advisor Derek Rodgers: “A Survey of Special Educators Regarding their Instructional Literacy Practices for Students with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities,” view presentation here
For a complete list of winners, click here.
College of Education and Human Sciences