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Honors: Xue Xing
Xue Xing (Teaching and Learning) received the 2018 Outstanding Paper Presentation Award for her research, "The Relationship Between Students’ Career Exploratory Activities and Their Post-High School Educational Work Outcomes." The award was presented at the annual conference of the Association for Career and Technical Education Research (ACTER) in San Antonio. ACTER is a professional association for scholars and others with research interests in career and technical education and the workforce development.
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