Students

IMG_1751With a focus on interdisciplinary training and the resolve to address complex issues affecting young children at risk for or with disabilities and their families, CEC-RAP welcomes students from across campus to join the center’s activities. Students are encouraged to participate in projects with our community partners, complete service learning hours, join our ongoing research or design and complete independent research under the supervision of our faculty and collaborators.

Current Participants:

  • Jessica Clark
  • Sara Dibiase
  • Kaylyn Evans
  • Olivia Emerson
  • Sarah Falls
  • Abby Gist
  • Kaitlyn Grace
  • Julianne Isabel
  • Jane Katz
  • Jennifer Main
  • Alexis Martian
  • Vanessa Ramos
  • Kayla Ramsey
  • Jessie Rishell
  • Paola Rodriguez
  • Lyndsey Serino
  • Megan Snow
  • Lauren Strode
  • Kaylea Todd
  • Skye Wallace
  • Madeline Sisco

 

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Another goal of the Center is to support exceptional students through funded personnel preparation projects. The following funded projects are currently affiliated with CEC-RAP:

For more information, please review the project websites by clicking on the name of the project or contacting the Project’s Principal Investigator.