Our Department has long been a leader in research that promotes effective, inclusive outcomes for individuals with disabilities across the life span. Faculty and students pursue research, teaching, and service activities that improve the quality of life for individuals with disabilities and their families. 

A gift to the Department of Special Education will directly impact opportunities for research, teaching, and service activities that address our primary mission of improving the quality of life for individuals with disabilities and their families. 

 

Phillip C. and Beverly Kramer Goldstick, acting on their desire to help children and their families in a tangible way, generously endowed a sustainable training and research program in the area of communication disorders in children and youth in the Department of Special Education.