The Hammill Institute on Disabilities may from time to time award a Hammill Institute on Disabilities Doctoral Fellowship, an activity that furthers the Institute’s charitable mission. The purpose of the Fellowship is to provide financial assistance to students enrolled in a doctoral program, either full or part time. Faculty members identified by the Institute Board are invited to nominate students for consideration and agree to monitor those students who are selected to receive Fellowships.
To be eligible for a Fellowship, a student must meet all of the following criteria.
- Be formally accepted into a doctoral program,
- require financial assistance to complete the degree,
- be a U.S. citizen, and
- be in a program of study benefiting the field of special education, including, but not limited to, teacher preparation, leadership development, or educational psychology.
The following is a list of Hammill Institute on Disabilities Doctoral Fellowship recipients along with their faculty advisors.
|Tamla Lee||2017||Joe Boyle||Temple University|
|Brenda de la Garza||2018||Steve Chamberlain||UT Rio Grande Valley|
|Leah M. Zimmermann||2018||Deborah Reed||University of Iowa|
|Alexcia Moore||2019||Margaret Flores||Auburn University|
|Fatmana Kara Deniz||2019||Kyle Higgins||University of Neveda, Las Vegas|
|Monique Matute-Chavarria||2019||Kyle Higgins||University of Neveda, Las Vegas|
|Heather Francis||2019||David Scanlon||Boston College|
|Lori Dunn||2019||David Scanlon||Boston College|
|Frankie Norris||2020||Bertina Combes||University of North Texas|
|Virginia McClurg||2020||R. Steve McCallum||The University of Tennessee, Knoxville|
|Lydia Sollenberger||2020||John Hoover||University of Colorado Boulder|
|Kira Alexander||2021||John Murphy||University of Central Arkansas|
|Allison Hancock||2021||Ronald Gillam||Utah State University|
|Zaira Jimenez||2021||Michael Solis||University of California Riverside|
|Aya Shhub||2021||Michael Solis||University of California Riverside|