Karla L. Snipes – Psychology

  • October 20th, 2008
A native of Montgomery, AL, she received her B. S. in psychology (cum laude) from Alabama State University. She then taught abstinence education to 6th-12th graders in Bullock County, Alabama and was the advisee for the LIFESavers (Leaders Inspiring Freedom through Education) Club. During her Ph.D. program, she received a UA National Alumni Association License Tag Graduate Fellowship and currently holds a fellowship with the Southern Regional Education Board’s Doctoral Scholars Program. Her research interests include the impacts of cultural diversity and socioeconomic status in public schools. Karla also is a participant in Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

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