The Dr. Ted Daniels Scholarship
Dr. Ted Daniels enjoyed an extensive career in rehabilitation, expanding over 35 years as an administrator, manger, educator, and recipient of over 26 honors and awards for his service to the profession and the community. Even in the throes of his health challenges, he found the stamina to offer on-line support to his students. He held academic appointments at Coppin State University, The George Washington University, and the University of the District of Columbia. As his last major accomplishment, Dr. Daniels led the development of a successful one million dollar grant to institute a graduate program in rehabilitation counseling at the University of the District of Columbia, his Alma Mater. Inspired by the consistent theme of diversity and inclusion throughout Dr. Daniels’ career and his unwavering commitment to his students, the Council on Diversity and Equity established the Dr. Ted Daniels Scholarship Fund to annually support students to attend NCRE training conferences to interact with rehabilitation educators and professionals.
Dr. Ted Daniels Scholarship Award
The deadline date for graduate student members to submit application was Friday, August 11, 2017 by 4:00PM PT. No Extensions.
Inspired by the consistent theme of diversity and inclusion throughout Dr. Daniels’ career and his unwavering commitment to his students, the Council on Diversity and Equity established the Dr. Ted Daniels Scholarship Fund to support the development of graduate or undergraduate students who demonstrate commitment to the advancement of diversity, academic excellence, leadership and community service in the field of rehabilitation.
The Dr. Ted Daniels Scholarship Award of $1,000.00 will be used to support the recipient’s registration, hotel accommodations, and travel expenses related to attendance at the Fall 2017 NCRE/RSA/CSAVR National Rehabilitation Education Conference in Arlington, VA. Availability of scholarship will be determined on a year-by-year basis.
Donating to the Dr. Ted Daniels Scholarship Fund
You can help by donating to the scholarship fund! Please note: Credit card companies charge a transaction fee for using their services. For this reason, we can only accept a check. For more detailed information please download the Scholarship Fund Donation Form