The School for Global Inclusion and Social Development's Dr. Laura Bozeman was named the 2018 Father Carroll Award recipient at the Northeast Regional Association and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired regional conference.
This award recognizes exemplary performance where efforts of the individual have had a significant impact on the lives of people with visual impairment. The recipient may be a professional or volunteer with a minimum of ten years of service. The recipient must be known as outstanding and have a reputation as an innovator, a mover, a shaker, and have a positive impact on the lives of people with visual impairment. Recipient must be a current AER member.
Bozeman was honored in recognition of the significant impact she has had on the lives of people with visual impairment and for her reputation as an innovator in the field of vision studies for over 40 years.