Caldwell, N. J., May 12, 2017 – Two students in Caldwell University’s doctoral program in applied behavior analysis prepare to take the next step in their career in the fall 2017.
Antonia Giannakakos, M.A., BCBA, a student in the Applied Behavior Analysis Ph.D. program at Caldwell University was offered and accepted a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Montreal. Giannakakos will serve as a fellow in the Laboratory of Applied Behavioural Research under the supervision of Marc Lanovaz, Ph.D. Ms. Giannakakos will begin her fellowship in October 2017.
Lauren Schnell, M.A., BCBA was offered and accepted a tenure-track faculty position in the Department of Special Education at Hunter College in New York, NY. Mrs. Schnell will assume her role as an assistant professor in the applied behavior analysis program at Hunter beginning in the fall 2017.
Giannakakos and Schnell are completing their dissertation requirements under the mentorship of Dr. Jason Vladescu, Ph.D., BCBA-D, NCSP, associate professor in the Caldwell University Department of Applied Behavior Analysis.