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Educational Psychology graduate student selected as CEC doctoral student scholar

Viveca Pinto, a doctoral student in Educational Psychology was selected through a national competition to participate in the Division for Research of the Council for Exceptional Children (DR-CEC) 2010-2011 cohort of Doctoral Student Scholars in Special Education Research. Viveca was nominated by her advisor, Professor Kristen McMaster.

DR-CEC Doctoral Student Scholars will participate in an online seminar and discussion series designed to foster connections among students at different universities and contribute to raising the standard of research in the field through sustained inquiry into the question, "What makes for excellence in special education research?" Seminars will be led by noted scholars recognized for making outstanding contributions to the field, including: Dr. Karen Harris of Vanderbilt University, Dr. Stephanie Al Otaiba of Florida State University, and Dr. Michael Wehmeyer of the University of Kansas.

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