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McIntosh receives Distinguished Early Career Research Award

Dr. Kent McIntosh

Kent McIntosh, an associate professor in the Department of Special Education and Clinical Sciences, has been recognized with the Distinguished Early Career Research Award by the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC).

In recognition of the critical role of research to both current practice in and the future of the field of special education, the Distinguished Early Career Research Award recognizes individuals who have made outstanding scientific contributions in special education, in basic and/or applied research, within the first 10 years following receipt of the doctoral degree. Nominations are sought across all areas of Special Education as well as all forms of research methodology. The award, co-sponsored by the Donald D. Hammill Foundation, includes a $1,000 honorarium. The award is presented at the DR reception held during the annual CEC convention and includes an invited presentation at the next year's CEC convention.