THE LYNDAL M. BULLOCK SCHOLARSHIP FUND

The CCBD Foundation is delighted to partner with Dr. Lyndal M. Bullock’s students, colleagues and friends in establishing a legacy scholarship for his contributions to the field of behavior disorders.

Through the educators it helps to encourage and train, the Lyndal M. Bullock Scholarship strives to continue Dr. Bullock’s work by providing financial support for educators seeking training in regard to best teaching practices for students with emotional or behavioral disorders.

Your one-time gift will be used to grow the Lyndal M. Bullock Scholarship, and to help fund its awards.
We will also share scholarship winner information and the names of donors (but not donation amounts) with Dr. Bullock. Please let us know if you would prefer to remain anonymous, by leaving a note in the payments comment area.
Mail your check to the following address:

Lyndal Bullock Scholarship Fund
CCBD Foundation
10 Independence Drive
Merrimack, NH 03053

Make the check out to 'CCBD Foundation', and put ‘Lyndal Bullock Fund’ in the note field.

The CCBD Foundation also accepts donations such as gifts of stock, real estate, or estate / probate giving. We are always happy to discuss any idea you have in mind. To talk with us about other giving options, contact us at contact@ccbdfoundation.org.
The Lyndal M. Bullock Scholarship is intended to help fund graduate studies related to future work with children and youth with behavioral disorders.

Winners must be current members of CCBD, and must provide evidence that they are about to pursue, or a presently pursuing, graduate studies in an academic discipline of or have an academic focus that pertains to serving children and youth with emotional or behavioral need.
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Dr. Lyndal M. Bullock, Regents Professor in Special Education at the University of North Texas, has over 40 years’ experience in the field of special education. He is considered a national leader in special education with expertise in working with children and youth with emotional/behavioral problems. Prior to joining the faculty at the University of North Texas, he was on the faculties of the University of Florida, University of Oklahoma, and the University of Louisville. During his time at universities, he has chaired in excess of 80 doctoral dissertations.

Dr. Bullock is a past president of the Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders (1979-1980), the Council for Exceptional Children (1980-1982), the Teacher Education Division of CEC (1990-1991), and is currently on the Executive Committees of the Division of International Special Education Services and the Pioneer Division of CEC. In addition, he has served on the nominating committee of the CEC Board of Directors. For six years he served as the chairperson for the CCBD Regional Services and Membership Committee and from 1993 – 2007, he served as chairperson of the CCBD Professional Development Committee during which time he chaired 8 biennial international conferences and 15 international forums.

He is the recipient of several notable awards: J. E. Wallin Award from the Council for Exceptional Children, Excellence in Teaching Award given by the Teacher Education Division of CEC, Outstanding Leadership Award by the CCBD, the Showcase Honoree for the CEC Pioneer Division, and the Leadership Award in Behavioral Disorders given by the Midwest Symposium in Behavioral Disorders.

Dr. Bullock has served on the editorial boards Behavioral Disorders, and Teacher Education and Special Education, and as associate editor for Preventing School Failure and Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties.

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