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Special Acknowledgments

April 22, 2015

Keya Middleton (Creative Arts Therapy, MS, ’15) has been nominated as a finalist for the prestigious Fulbright US Student Program for study and research or teaching English abroad in 2015-16.  Middleton attained her B.A. in Criminology and a minor in Dance at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She later joined the research team at Temple University’s Center of Obesity Research and Education (CORE), working on the Get Health Philly initiative and the United Cerebral Palsy (UCP), Central PA’s Academic and Community-Based Participatory Research partnership. Keya is now a 2nd year Masters student attaining her degree in Dance/ Movement Therapy and Counseling. Her faculty mentor is Ellen Schelly Hill, MMT, BC-DMT, LPC. Keya hopes to teach English in Taiwan, while contributing diverse innovation to classrooms through creativity.

Florina Apolinar Claudio (Couple and Family Therapy, Doctoral Candidate) has been selected to receive a Family Process grant in support of her Dissertation about “Perceived Impact of Person-of-the-Therapist Training (POTT) Model on Drexel University Master of Family Therapy Postgraduates' Clinical Work: A Grounded Theory Study.”