Old Main Society Member, Charles Salzberg is making a difference in Special Education at USU
Dr. Salzberg has been a professor of special education and psychology at Utah State University since 1982. He served 13 of those years as department head of the Special Education and Rehabilitation Department. In spite of the demands of an administrative position, he continued to be highly productive. Chuck was recently recognized, along with his wife Sarah Rule, with the Eagle Award from the American Council on Rural Special Education (ACRES). This award recognized the career-long leadership of Salzberg and Rule in bringing education to people with disabilities in rural settings, both as individuals and as a team.
Charles Salzberg, PhD, Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation
"Between the two of them, they've offered service to the field of special education for 80 years," said David Forbush, special education director for the Cache County School District. Forbush chaired the ACRES board at the time Salzberg and Rule were selected.
Source – Emma Eccles Jones College of Education & Human Services Newsletter December 2009