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School of Education’s Bellini, Taylor recognized by CNY rehabilitation counselors group
School of Education’s Bellini, Taylor recognized by CNY rehabilitation counselors groupFebruary 13, 2009Patrick Farrellpmfarrel@syr.edu
The board of directors of Rehabilitation Counselors of Central New York (RCACNY) has chosen two School of Education faculty members to receive awards at the organization’s first Life-Time Achievement Recognition Awards and Rehabilitation Counselor of the Year event.
James L. Bellini, associate professor of counseling and human services and director of the rehabilitation counselor program, has been named RCACNY Educator of the Year 2009.
Steven J. Taylor, co-director of the Center on Human Policy, Law and Disability Studies (CHPLDS) and Centennial Professor in Disability Studies, has been chosen for the RCACNY 2009 Advocacy Award.
In announcing the awards, the RCACNY awards committee congratulated and thanked the recipients “for all they do in their work providing services to people with disabilities and serving as role models for the rehabilitation counselors and rehabilitation professionals in the community.”
Bellini and Taylor will be presented their awards at a reception scheduled for early April at the Sheraton Syracuse University Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center. For more information, visit the RCACNY website at http://www.rcacny.zoomshare.com.