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The Alabama Rehabilitation Association recently honored one former and one current College of Education faculty member at its annual meeting in Auburn.
The ARA established the Clarence D. Brown Diversity Award in honor of the emeritus professor of rehabilitation counseling, who served as graduate program officer from 1991-2003. During his time at Auburn, Brown received the Alumni Undergraduate Teaching Excellence Award, the Student Government Association's Outstanding Faculty Member award and the Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award.
Dr. E. Davis Martin, interim head of the Department of Special Education, Rehabilitation, Counseling/School Psychology, received the Distinguished Service Award on behalf of the Alabama Rehabilitation Counselors and Educators Association, a division of the ARA. The award recognized Martin's service in a number of capacities -- as vice chair of the Alabama State Rehabilitation Council and chair of its Program Evaluation and Consumer Services Committee, chair of the Advisory Committee for the Governor's Office on Disability, his development and presentation of Certified Rehabilitation Counselor workshops for the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services and other presentations on ethical behavior to rehabilitation personnel.
Last Updated: May 16, 2011