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NCSER announces FY 2018 Research Training Programs in Special Education Awards

The National Center for Special Education Research (NCSER) recently made seven awards under the FY 2018 Research Training in Special Education Program (CFDA 84.324B) to applications considered under the August 2017 deadline. These awards are:

Early Career Development and Mentoring

Optimizing Emergent Literacy Interventions for Children with Autism
University of Minnesota, Veronica Fleury

Partnering with Early Intervention Providers to Increase Implementation of Parent Coaching for Families of Children with ASD
University of Pennsylvania, Melanie Pellecchia

Developmental Relations Between Language Ability and Behavior Problems
Virginia Commonwealth University, Jason Chow

Postdoctoral Research Training in Special Education and Early Intervention

Autism Postdoctoral Training Program Addressing the Educational Needs of Pre-K through Secondary Aged Students
University of California, Davis, Emily Solari

Post-Doctoral Research Training Program in Special Education: Evidence-Based Practice in Early Intervention and Early Learning
University of Kansas, Judith Carta

Postdoctoral Training Program in Prevention Science at the University of Oregon: Preparing Education Researchers to Prevent Social and Behavioral Problems in Schools
University of Oregon, Elizabeth Stormshak

Methods Training Using Sequential, Multiple Assignment, Randomized Trial (SMART) Designs for Adaptive Interventions in Education

Getting SMART About Adaptive Interventions in Education
University of Minnesota, Daniel Almirall