Sarah Bloom, PhD, BCBA-D, an associate professor in the Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) program in the Department of Child and Family Studies, was recognized with the Outstanding Mentor award at the 2023 Association for Behavior Analysis Conference. The award is a direct result of Bloom's students' efforts to recognize her exemplary mentorship. Their testimonials highlight her dedication, the impact she has made on their lives, and her unwavering commitment to the field of behavior analysis.
ABA associate professor awarded for outstanding mentorship
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