The fifth cohort of students who will receive a scholarship for their Master’s program in Early Childhood Studies has been selected. Fifteen students from the College of Education Early Childhood Studies program will receive funding for their Masters of Education program in 2019-2020 through Project Prepare, a personnel development grant from the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs. Project Prepare is directed by Dr. Mary McLean, faculty member in Early Childhood and Special Education and affiliated with the Anita Zucker Center for Excellence in Early Childhood Studies.

A group of women standing in a courtyard

Row one (in front): Carly Sutliff, Melissa Fabelo, Megan Fryman, Carly King, Eliza Israel, Emily Crumit
Row two: Shoshana Zerbock, Charity Groger, Gabriella Arfaras, Kaitlyn Day, Sarah Bartina
Row three: Abigail Martin, Catherine Partington, Karry Butdorf, Elizabeth Suarez