Our autism center is staffed by graduate students in the Clinical, Counseling, School Psychology (CCSP) and Special Education, Disabilities, and Risk Studies (SPEDR) programs. While a large portion of their research and clinical work is focused on autism, they have other coursework and program requirements that they are required to complete. You can find more information on the web about the Counseling, Clinical and School Psychology Program and Emphasis in Special Education, Disabilities and Risk Studies Program.
Dr. Robert Koegel is a professor in both departments and accepts graduate school applicants of both programs.
Dr. Ty Vernon is a researcher in the Department of CCSP and accepts graduate school applicants of the CCSP program
Please feel free to contact a current graduate student if you are interested in their area of research. Information regarding graduate students can be found here.
Currently we have been fortunate to be in a position to be able to offer financial support to our graduate students. With some exceptions, students are usually offered stipend/wages and tuition and health insurance for 4 years of study.
Types of financial support currently provided consist primarily of: