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Graduate Students Co-Author Paper and Present at State Conference
Marcie Paulhamus and Amanda Reese, students in the school psychology program, co-authored an article in Pennsylvania Teacher Educator with Dr. Patricia Arter and Dr. Frank DeMatteo entitled "Bridging the Gap: An Interdisciplinary, Experiential Model between School Psychology and Special Education. The paper was also presented at an author's roundtable at the Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators conference in Harrisburg October 2012.
Students present at the Pennsylvania Council for Exceptional Children Conference
Graduate School Psychology students Marcie Paulahamus, Amanda Reese, Jule Grant, Celeste Maldonado, and Meghan Bedwick presented their research with young adults with autism, Transition: It Takes a Village, with faculty Dr. Patricia Arter and Dr. Francis DeMatteo. Sponsored by Dr. Michelle Gonzalez, undergraduate Education students, Jared Yanniello and Anna Wildman did a poster presentation titled: From Volunteering to Meaningful Friendships and Leanne Feeney presented Video Modeling for Independent Living Skills.