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UW-Madison alum Schrank named Fulbright Specialist

June 11, 2018
UW-Madison alumnus Fredrick A. Schrank has been named a J. William Fulbright Specialist by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

In his new position as a Fulbright Specialist, Schrank is hosted by the School/Applied Child Psychology program ‚Äčat McGill University in Montreal, where he will deliver specialty lectures on curriculum development in cognitive assessment.

Schrank earned a master's degree in 1975 in counseling and guidance, and Ph.D. in 1980 in counselor education, both from the School of Education. Later, Schrank earned a post-doctoral diploma in school psychology from the American Board of Professional Psychology and was elected president of the American Academy of School Psychology.

Schrank is the senior author of the "Woodcock-Johnson IV," which is one of the most widely used and respected individually administered batteries of cognitive, oral language and achievement tests.
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