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Jul. 29, 12:30 pm
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Jul. 29, 06:00 pm
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Hilltop Closed
Jul. 29, All day
Fall New Student Orientation & Enrollment
Jul. 29, 06:00 pm
Hilltop Closed
Jul. 30, All day
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Jul. 31, All day
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Aug. 01, All day

Susan Palmer

Susan Palmer

Research Professor, Special Education
785-864-0270
1200 Sunnyside Ave., 3103 Haworth Hall

Curriculum vitae (pdf)

Academic Degrees

  • Ph.D., Human Development and Communication Sciences, University of Texas, Dallas, Texas, 1989
  • M.S., Special Education, University of Texas, Dallas, Texas, 1985
  • M.S., Reading--Special Education, College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, New York, 1974
  • B.S., Elementary Education, Penn State University, University Park, Pennsylvania, 1969

Specializations

Self-determination, Early Childhood, Access to the General Curriculum


Kansas Teacher Service Scholarship

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Special Education Events
Aug 15
Doctoral Orientation
02:00 pm
Aug 18
New GTA Conference
08:00 am
Aug 21
KU Teaching Summit
08:30 am
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