Student

Katherine Sanchez

Ed.D. student
Special education
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  • Research Interests
    Training in applied behavior analysis using cognitive apprenticeship model.
  • Biography

    I am a currently employed at Rutgers university New Brunswick campus as a behavior specialist at the Rutgers center for adult autism services. I graduated with my undergraduate degree from Hartwick college where I was a part of phi sigma phi sorority. I graduated from Rutgers university-New Brunskwick with my masters in special education with a focus in applied behavior analysis.

    Hobbies: I enjoy reading, singing, and working out at the gym when I have free time. I also enjoy attending church on Sunday’s and doing volunteer work on weekends.

  • Why the GSE?

    Having a strong program with a cohort was important to me. I already knew staff that are amazing in the GSE from my masters program so I wanted to continue here at Rutgers.

    I aspire to learn about education and how I can use what I learn to make a difference in training relating to ABA.

  • Favorite Memory at the GSE

    My cohort is an amazing and supportive group of people.

  • Advice for Incoming Students
    Build connections with your cohort. They will be there and understand you during this journey!
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