Bruhn receives 2017 Ted Carr Initial Researcher Award

Bruhn receives 2017 Ted Carr Initial Researcher Award

Allison Bruhn, an assistant professor of special education in the College of Education, has received the 2017 Ted Carr Initial Researcher Award from the Association for Positive Behavior Support.  This award is given to an early career researcher whose work in positive behavior support reflects conceptual sophistication, applied relevance, and promise of substantial contribution to the field.