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Latest edition of ‘The disAbility Advocate’ now available online

May 28, 2016

The latest edition of “The disAbility Advocate,” the annual alumni newsletter for UW-Madison’s Department of Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education, is now available online.

disAbility AdvocateHighlights from the online Spring 2016 issue include:

Letter from the Chair: Fong Chan

Cover story: UW-Madison faculty members Timothy Tansey and Fong Chan, and alumna Cayte Anderson, are playing leading roles in collaborative new grant projects aimed at improving services for people with disabilities

RPSE notes: Check out highlights from across the department during the 2015-16 academic year

2015-16 scholarship winners

Faculty profile: Taucia Gonzalez is pushing boundaries by focusing her research on a unique combination of issues

Alumni profile: Ami Sha'ked takes the long road to UW-Madison ... and a remarkable career

Student news: Mississippi native Amber Brown learns about UW-Madison via a summer research project, then returns to campus two years later to pursue a master's degree

Staff profile: Five questions with academic department supervisor John Loeffelholz

Alumni updates: Read about all the exhilarating endeavors RPSE alums are up to

A pdf of the print version of “The disAbility Advocate” is available here.

The Department of Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education is housed within UW-Madison's School of Education.