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Faculty Member Receives Ronald Troyer Research Fellowship

Sally Beisser, professor of education, received the Ronald Troyer Research Fellowship for the 2016-2017 academic year.

President Martin shared, “this fellowship was established by the Drake University Board of Trustees in 1999 to honor former provost Ron Troyer and to recognize both scholarly accomplishment and future promise. Dr. Beisser has the distinction of being the first woman and the first faculty member from the School of Education to receive this award. In the past five years, she has published 36 juried publications in peer reviewed journals, 24 juried conference publications in national and international proceedings, and presented 145 juried conference presentations at state, national, and international conferences. This fellowship will advance her current research on early childhood practice in gifted education.”