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College of Education graduate students recognized for excellence

Congratulations to the following College of Education graduate students who have been recognized for their excellence in teaching, research, and scholarship:

Preparing Future Faculty Fellows
Abdullah Ahmed Alghamdi, Educational Psychology & Learning Systems
Anas Hamed Almuhammadi, School of Teacher Education
Meshari Alshammari, School of Teacher Education
Wasan Tawfeeq, School of Teacher Education
Sara Tours, School of Teacher Education

Preparing Future Professionals Fellows
Anas Hamed Almuhammadi, School of Teacher Education
Nicole Reid, Educational Psychology & Learning Systems

Gubernatorial Fellowship
Alyssa Hernandez, Educational Leadership & Policy Studies Florida

Triangle Institute/Ethiopia READ Project Summer Internship
Wykia Macon, Educational Leadership & Policy Studies Research

NCAA Graduate Student Research Grant
Matthew Bird, Educational Psychology & Learning Systems

Marvalene Hughes Research Incentive Grant
Smriti Jangra, Educational Psychology & Learning Systems
Lynn Bowens Turner, Educational Psychology & Learning Systems

McKnight Doctoral Fellowship
Clausell Mathis, School of Teacher Education

PEO International Peace Scholarship
Brenda Wawire, School of Teacher Education

National Leadership Consortium in Sensory Disabilities Scholarship
Susan Yarbrough, School of Teacher Education

These students will be recognized at the Celebration of Graduate Student Excellence on Wednesday, April 13, 2016 in the FSU Alumni Center.

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