Congratulations to Emma Langley
A milestone for CEDAR’s PhD programme – congratulations to Emma Langley who is the first of CEDAR’s PhD students to have a research article accepted by a peer review academic journal. Emma is funded by the ESRC Doctoral Training Centre and our research partner Cerebra. Her paper “Parental relationship satisfaction in families of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): A multilevel analysis” with supervisors Vaso Totsika and Richard Hastings is to appear in the journal Autism Research. CEDAR’s PhD course in Education and Psychology registered its first students in October 2014.
Geoff Lindsay announces the launch of Frontiers in Education, a new open access journal for which he is Speciality Chief Editor for the Special Educational Needs section. For more information see http://journal.frontiersin.org/journal/education/section/special-educational-needs
Geoff Lindsay celebrated his 21 years at the University of Warwick, including 17 years as Director of CEDAR - seen here with Professor Stuart Croft, Vice Chancellor at the University’s recent long service awards event.