Five faculty members have each received $10,000 New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) Individual Artist grants to carry out creative projects, including several that have a focus on public service in the arts. NYSCA also awarded a $40,000…
Last chance for students with reading disabilities to learn more about their reading, contribute to research
The research study “What Do You See When You Read?” is seeking native English-speaking Syracuse University or SUNY ESF undergraduates, aged 18-25, with diagnosed reading disabilities for participation. Individual, confidential sessions take one hour and involve completion of reading, visual processing and cognitive assessments, including an online Reading Experience Questionnaire.
Register via https://whatdoyousee.acuityscheduling.com or contact Mindy Schreiner Scirri at firstname.lastname@example.org or 716-870-5296. Data collection ends Feb. 10!
Contact Person: Mindy Schreiner Scirri
Doctoral Candidate, Special Education