Doctoral student Stephanie Devine becomes a trainee of the Nevada Leadership Education in Neuro-developmental and Related Disabilities (NvLEND).
Over the next 10 months, Stephanie Devine, doctoral student in the Department of Educational and Clinical Studies, will train with 13 other individuals from across the State of Nevada on issues related to special education and disability issues. Devine was selected after a competitive application process, and she is excited to work with what she cites as the best training in the State of Nevada on these issues.
Devine received a bachelor’s degree in English from California Lutheran University in 1998 and a master’s degree in Special Education from University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) in 2009. She worked for the Clark County School District as a special education teacher, specializing in Intellectual Disabilities and Autism for seven years. Currently, Devine is working on a doctoral degree in Special Education at UNLV as well as serving as a Visiting Lecturer in the College of Education.