James M. Rujimora, currently enrolled in the M.Ed/Ed.S in Mental Health Counseling through the College of Education at UF, was recently awarded first place in the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Programs (CACREP) Leadership Essay Contest.
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F. Chris Curran, associate professor of educational leadership and policy, has been named recipient of the National Academy of Education and Spencer Foundation’s Postdoctoral Fellowship for the 2019 year. This fellowship is one of the highest honors for those early in their career in higher education.
Justin Ortagus, director of the Institute of Higher Education and assistant professor of Higher Education & Policy, who received $373,590 in co-funding to analyze how variations in performance-based funding policies impact outcomes for underserved students and under-resourced institutions. The grants serves as Phase Two of a two-part project to identify the impact of PBF policy design elements on college access and student success.
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