Caldwell, N.J., June 2, 2016 – Caldwell University Applied Behavior Analysis doctoral students received awards for their research at The Association for Behavior Analysis International Convention in Chicago in May.
Students Lauren K. Schnell, M.A., BCBA and Catherine Taylor-Santa, M.A., BCBA were honored in the “Student Paper Competition” category and Lauren A. Goodwyn, M.A., BCBA received an award in the “Student Research Grants” category.
Schnell’s advisor is Jason C. Vladescu, Ph.D., BCBA-D, NCSP, LBA assistant professor, applied behavior analysis, and Goodwyn and Taylor-Santa’s advisor is April Kisamore, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LBA, assistant professor, applied behavior analysis.
“We were delighted to receive the news that our students won three of the six Verbal Behavior Special Interest Group awards. This is a testament to their hard work and efforts to advance the science of language development,” said Dr. Vladescu.
The Caldwell Department of Applied Behavior Analysis was well represented at the ABAI Convention with all department faculty and numerous former and current graduate students in attendance.
Collectively they completed over 20 talks, panels, discussant roles, and posters. “We strive to ensure we are active participants in the convention as this provides an important professional opportunity to disseminate research, consume new developments in the field, and network with colleagues from across the world,” said Dr. Vladescu.