Graduate Research Associate Noé Erazo Advances to Doctoral Candidacy
Mr. Noé Erazo, a Graduate Research Associate within CFS's Rightpath Research and Innovation Center, has advanced to a Doctoral Candidacy in the college’s interdisciplinary program in Behavioral and Community Sciences.
Mr. Erazo submitted a mock grant proposal as a qualifying exam entitled, Identification and Validation of Sequences of Spanish Verb Tense Acquisition. Beyond passing with flying colors, Mr. Erazo, along with his advisor, Dr. Jason Anthony, submitted the revised proposal just one week later to the National Science Foundation with sights set on a Doctoral Dissertation and Research Improvement Grant.
Congratulations and good luck, Noé!