Vera Kaelin becomes NIDILRR Switzer Merit Research Fellow

Vera Kaelin, PhD candidate in Rehabilitation Sciences, secures the prestigious NIDILRR Switzer Merit Research Fellowship to support her dissertation research.  This fellowship supports highly qualified individuals who are in the early stages of building their research careers to support the full inclusion and participation of individuals with disabilities. Vera is a graduate research assistant in the Children’s Participation in Environment Research Lab (CPERL), where she will be supported to complete this research. Vera and her dissertation chair, Mary Khetani, share more about the significance of this award here.