2023-2024 Jean S. Garvin Fellows Announced

Funded projects include examining Deaf-space, and researching equity with Vermont Act 173
A pale-skinned young woman with wavy dark hair falling to her shoulders stands in a shady glen, smiling gently at the camera.

The UVM Center on Disability & Community Inclusion (CDCI) and the UVM College of Education and Social Services (CESS) are pleased to announce six new Jean S. Garvin Research Fellows for the 2023-2024 academic year. This year's fellows are planning to research a wide range of topics pertaining to the lives of students and young adolescents with disabilities in Vermont. 

They include...

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UVM researchers and Vermont Agency of Education partner to create community schools

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Kaitlin Northey receiving her award from VTAEYC Executive Director Sharron Harrington and NAEYC CEO Michelle Kang. (Photo: Katie Titterton)

Advancing Equity and Excellence in Early Childhood Education

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