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Funding Opportunities

Project TI3

Trauma-Informed Early Intervention, Early Childhood Special Education, and Social Work

Do you want to:

  • Get a master’s degree in early childhood special education?
  • Learn more about trauma-informed, equity-centered practices?

Then consider Project TI3! 

This full-time, funded master’s program in early childhood special education includes high-quality coursework, individualized practicum experiences, traineeships with faculty, peer mentors, and more! 


Participants will receive:

  • Tuition waiver
  • Monthly stipend
  • Waiver of most university fees


Participants must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident to qualify for funding.  Participants also must sign a service agreement indicating that they will work in their field for two years for every year of funding received.

Application Process

Applicants should submit an online application to the early childhood special education master’s program via the Graduate College website: 

All applicants will be considered for funding.

Contact Information

For more information, please contact:

  • Dr. Jessica Hardy –
  • Dr. Catherine Corr –

If you are interested in social work and Project TI3, please see this website.


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