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Doud and Kast-Black receive Graduate Student Showcase awards

Anna Doud with award certificate
Anna Doud

Anna Doud and Cherrynn Kast Black, both graduate students in the College of Education, received awards at the Graduate Student Showcase April 14.

Doud, master of arts in counseling candidate, received the College of Education Top Honors Award for her research, Usability Testing of a Technology-Based Bystander Intervention for Middle School Students in Rural, Low-Income Communities: A Mixed Methods Approach. Committee: Diana Doumas and Aida Midgett.

Cherrynn Kast Black and Jennifer Snow
Cherrynn Kast Black with Interim Dean Jennifer Snow


Kast Black, doctor of education in curriculum, instruction and foundational studies candidate, received the Graduate College Scholar Dean’s Award for COED for, What’s up with Words? A Systematic Literature Review of Vocabulary Instruction. Committee: Jennifer Snow and Katherine Wright.

Graduate students in the College of Education conduct faculty-supported research as part of their programs and contribute to the college’s mission of excellence in graduate programs, doctoral study and research.

Congratulations to the 2022 College of Education Graduate Student Showcase winners!

View the complete list of 2022 winners here