The Mississippi Association for Education & Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired (MAER) awarded Dr. Adele Crudden (left) and Kendra Farrow (right) with two esteemed awards.
Crudden, professor, is the recipient of the 2019 John Maxson Outstanding Service Award. This award recognizes the recipient as someone "who has rendered outstanding and noteworthy service." The award was named in honor of former NRTC Training Director John Maxson. Crudden is “thankful for such a great and unexpected honor.”
Farrow, Research and Training Associate, was awarded the 2019 Sam Johnson President’s Award. This award is for outstanding service to MAER. Farrow, immediate past president of MAER currently serves as secretary and is a member of the conference planning committee. She says that she is “honored to have been selected for this recognition.”