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Congratulations to our 2014 CPD graduates!

Sue Reeves

05/01/2014

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Congratulations to 10 students employed at Utah State University’s Center for Persons with Disabilities who will graduate this weekend! They are:

  • Matt Brodhead, from Harbor Springs, MI, is a teacher with Autism Support Services: Education, Research and Training (ASSERT). He will graduate with a Ph.D. in Disability Disciplines and has accepted a position as assistant professor of educational studies at Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN.
  • Shauna Crane, from Logan, works at the Center for Technical Assistance for Excellence in Special Education (TAESE) and has been with the CPD for 28 years. She will graduate with an Executive Master of Human Resources from Huntsman School of Business at USU.
  • Karla Gomez, from the Dominican Republic, is a data clerk in the Start Smart K-3 Plus project. She will graduate with a Master of Business Administration degree from USU.
  • Merlym Ramirez, from the Dominican Republic, is a data clerk in the Start Smart K-3 Plus Project. He will graduate with a Master of Science in applied economics degree from USU.
  • Yamil Vargus, from the Dominican Republic, is a data analyst on the Start Smart K-3 Plus Project. He will graduate with a Master of Science in applied economics from USU.
  • Brian Hess, from Salt Lake City, is a tutor with ASSERT. He will graduate with a Bachelor of Science in psychology and, after a trip to California, plans to pursue a master’s degree as a board certified behavior analyst.
  • Alexandra Johnson, from Hyde Park, works at the Developmental Skills Laboratory. She will graduate with a Bachelor of Science in both psychology and art. She plans to continue working at DSL and attend USU in fall 2015 for a master’s degree, eventually pursuing a career in art therapy.
  • Brooke Rice recently began working as a clinician in Up to 3 Early Intervention and will graduate with a Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology.
  • Amy Schultz, from Ammon, Idaho, is a tutor with ASSERT. She will graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Disorders from USU and plans to attend the University of Utah for a master’s degree in speech-language pathology.
  • Jose Orozco Franco, from Mexico City, is a data collection clerk in the Start Smart K-3 Plus project. He will graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in International Business and plans to start a Master’s degree in finance in the fall.

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