Special Education Directors,
The University of Arizona has been awarded $2.5M from the US Department of Education for two important projects.
The primary goal of the first project is to prepare teachers of students with visual impairments (TVIs). This project will provide new applicants to the program with full tuition coverage and an opportunity to work closely with scholars from the rehabilitation counseling field. With adoption of the distance education model, all teacher candidates can complete the training program remotely.
If you know of a potential candidate who is considering becoming a TVI, this might be a perfect opportunity with financial support available. Questions can be directed to Sunggye Hong, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Special Education Unit Chair and Program Director of Visual Impairment Specialization at [email protected] and 520-621-0945.
The primary goal of the second project is to prepare educational interpreters. This project is an undergraduate program that will provide new applicants to the program with money for tuition. Undergraduate students must have finished ASL 1 – 6 and have at least 56 general education units completed.
If you know of a potential candidate who is considering becoming an educational interpreter, this is an excellent opportunity with financial support available. Questions can be directed to Dr. Cindy Volk at [email protected].