Alyssa Rojas, MS, RBT, a doctoral student in the Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) program, was named Distinguished Scholar of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies. The mission of this distinction is to support the advancement of elite graduate students on their journeys toward becoming leaders in behavioral science. Graduate students who are selected as Distinguished Scholars work under the guidance of the center's advisors and trustees on collaborative projects. These projects aim to produce information on high quality behavioral services and science and promote global collaboration among behavioral organizations.
ABA doctoral student named Distinguished Scholar by Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies
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