The Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (RRTC) on Blindness and Low Vision at Mississippi State University (MSU) sponsors the Anne Sullivan Macy Fellowship in collaboration with the University's Department of Counselor Education and Educational Psychology. Emphasizing rehabilitation research in the area of blindness and low vision, the program was started in the fall of 1992 with the goal of producing scientist-practitioners well grounded in state-of-the-art research methods and practices.
Accredited by CACREP and CORE, this advanced degree program requires students to pursue and to attain a doctoral degree. The fellowship experience includes a paid graduate assistantship with the RRTC; tuition reimbursement; participation in ongoing applied research; involvement with professional groups, state agencies for the blind and consumer advocacy organizations; and involvement in regional and national training conferences. For more detailed information about the Anne Sullivan Macy Fellowship Program, please contact the RRTC director.
Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (RRTC) on Blindness and Low Vision
P.O. Drawer 6189
Mississippi State, MS 39762
(662) 325-8693(TDD) Fax: 662-325-8989