Amanda L. Sullivan receives mid-career scholarship award

Amanda L. Sullivan, Department of Educational Psychology Birkmaier Educational Leadership Professor and coordinator of the School Psychology Program, was awarded the Tom Oakland Mid-Career Scholarship Award by the Division of School Psychology at the recent conference of the American Psychological Association. The award honors scholars up to 20 years post-grad whose work merits special recognition for advancing the field.

Dr. Sullivan studies education and health disparities affecting young children and school-age youth and the intersections of ethics, educational policy, and research in treatment of individuals with disabilities. She is also the incoming co-editor for Exceptional Children and senior editor for School Psychology Review.