Bart Epstein, CEO of the Jefferson Education Accelerator (JEA) represented JEA and the Curry School of Education at the White House on several occassions this fall. Read more about Bart's time at the White House.
Aubree Surrency, fourth year speech pathology and audiology student shares her unparalleled Curry School journey. Aubree is a prime example of how Curry students learn in and out of the classroom – through research, internships, volunteer opportunities, and professional organization involvement. Aubree is also a 2016 recipient of the Asa B. Johnson Scholarship and plans to pursue a career as a speech pathologist after her walk across The Lawn.
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