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Three College of Education faculty members recently received competitive Outreach Scholarship Grants from Auburn University's Office of the Vice President for University Outreach.
Drs. DaShaunda Patterson and Gregory Ern received a $15,000 grant for their project, "Alabama Partnership for Research and Training on Positive Academic and Behavior Supports.''
Patterson and Ern, assistant professors in the Department of Special Education, Rehabilitation, Counseling/School Psychology, are continuing a partnership between Auburn University and the Alabama State Department of Education . Now in its second year, the collaboration involves research, training and technical assistance on school-wide academic and behavior support for K-12 public schools in East and Central Alabama.
Dr. Carolyn Wallace, an associate professor in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching, received $9,668 for "Preservice Science Teachers Volunteering in an After-School Program: Service Learning through Environmental Education Projects.'' Wallace's project will offer graduate students enrolled in an alternative master's and certification program in secondary science to interact with children in the Opelika after-school program.
Last Updated: May 17, 2011