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JVIB Peer Reviewers

Print edition page number(s) 248-249

The Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness (JVIB) commends all of its peer reviewers for the enormous amount of time and expertise they contribute to the journal. The names of those who reviewed manuscripts received in 2010 are presented below with our sincere appreciation. The winners of the JVIB Peer Reviewers of the Year Award for 2010 are Karen Blankenship and Sunggye Hong. These reviewers were chosen for the outstanding quality of their work, as well as for the timeliness of the reviews they completed in 2010.

Carolyn Albright
Immaculata University

Jim Allan
Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired

Carol Allman
Tallahassee, Florida

Sheila Amato
Massapequa Park, New York

Grace Ambrose Zaken
Hunter College, City University of New York

Tanni Anthony
Colorado Department of Education

Tom Attebery
Atlantic Provinces Special Education Authority

Julie Bardin
Wake County Public School System, Raleigh, NC

Janet Barlow
Accessible Design for the Blind

Billie Louise Bentzen
Accessible Design for the Blind

James O. Bickford
Portland State University

Ava Bittner
Wilmer Institute, Johns Hopkins University

Karen Blankenship
Vanderbilt University

Eugene Bourquin
Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youths and Adults

Laura Bozeman
University of Massachusetts, Boston

Anna Bradfield
Bridgewater State University

Bob Brasher
American Printing House for the Blind

Mark Brennan
AIDS Community Research Initiative of America

Alison Brewer
Ohio School for the Blind

Susan Bruce
Boston College

Michele Capella-McDonnall
Mississippi State University

Alysa Chadow
California School for the Blind

Joan B. Chase
Dunedin, Florida

Deborah Chen
California State University, Northridge

Christine Clark-Bischke
Illinois State University

Kari Chiasson
University of North Dakota

Verena Cimarolli
Jewish Home Lifecare

Margaret Cleary
Boulder, Colorado

Augustus Colenbrander
Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute

Holly Cooper
Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired

Isiaah Crawford
Seattle University

John E. Crews
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Adele Crudden
Mississippi State University

Roger Cummings
W. G. "Bill" Hefner VA Medical Center

Peg Cummins
Teachers College, Columbia University

Gislin Dagnelie
Wilmer Institute, Johns Hopkins University

Frances Mary D'Andrea
Pittsburgh, PA

James Deremeik
Wilmer Institute, Johns Hopkins University

KC Dignan
Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired

Jamie Dote-Kwan
California State University, Dominguez Hills

Elizabeth Erwin
Montclair State University

Charles Farnsworth
Dominican College

Diane Fazzi
California State University, Los Angeles

Stu Filan
Jewish Guild for the Blind

Marshall Flax
Wisconsin Council of the Blind and Visually Impaired

Francesca Fortenbaugh
University of California, Berkeley

Amy Freeland
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Missy Garber
Montgomery County Intermediate Unit, Norristown, PA

Jay Gense
Western Oregon University

Bryan Gerritsen
North Ogden, Utah

Deborah Gold

Gretchen Good
Massey University, New Zealand

Gregory L. Goodrich
VA Palo Alto Health System

Marcy Graboyes
Salus University

Amy Guerette
Florida State University

David Guth
Western Michigan University

Rod Haneline
Leader Dogs for the Blind

Beth Harris
North Carolina Central University

Jane Harty
Kentucky School for the Blind

Tina Herzberg
University of South Carolina Upstate

Cay Holbrook
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

Mark Hollins
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

Sunggye Hong
San Francisco State University

Amy Horowitz
Fordham University

Mary Lou Jackson
Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Harvard Medical School

William H. Jacobson
University of Arkansas, Little Rock

Song-Jae Jo
Daegu University, Korea

Elga Joffee
New York City Department of Education

Randall Jose
Houston, TX

Cheryl Kamei Hannan
California State University, Los Angeles

Matt Kaplowitz
Bridge Multimedia

Bernadette Kappen
New York Institute for Special Education

Stacy Kelly
Illinois State University

John M. Kennedy
University of Toronto

Corinne Kirchner
Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health

Steven J. LaGrow
Massey University, New Zealand

Holly Lawson
George Mason University

Sandra Lewis
Florida State University, Tallahassee

Lauren Lieberman
The College at Brockport

Janice Lloyd
James Cook University, Australia

Richard Long
Western Michigan University

Jan Lovie-Kitchin
Queensland University of Technology, Australia

Amanda Lueck
San Francisco State University

Ann MacCuspie
Atlantic Canada

Linda Mamer
Provincial Outreach Program for Students who are Deafblind, British Columbia, Canada

James Robert Marston
Atlanta VA Medical Center

Sue Martin
Department of Veterans Affairs

Jennifer Masoodi
Chapman University College

Carey Matsuba
British Columbia Children's Hospital, Canada

Duncan McGregor
York Region District School Board, Canada

Donna McNear
Cambridge, MN

Lylas Mogk
Henry Ford Center for Vision Rehabilitation and Research, Michigan

Marja Mogk
California Lutheran University

Sam Morgan
New York Deaf-Blind Collaborative

Sandra Newcomb
University of Maryland

Trisha O'Connell
WGBH National Center for Accessible Media

Cynthia Owsley
University of Alabama, Birmingham

Jaclyn Packer
New York, NY

William Penrod
Northern Illinois University

Nana Phan
Utah Foundation for the Blind and Visually Impaired

Rona Pogrund
Texas Tech University

Paul Ponchillia
Western Michigan University

Ike Presley
American Foundation for the Blind

Christopher Ray
University of Texas, Arlington

Rebecca Renshaw
University of Pittsburgh

John Rieser
Vanderbilt University

Marianne Riggio
Perkins School for the Blind

Cecilia Robinson
Region 4 Education Service Center, Houston, Texas

Deborah Rooks-Ellis
University of Maine

L. Penny Rosenblum
University of Arizona

David B. Ross
Kutztown University

Wendy Sapp
Visual Impairment Education Services

Dona Sauerburger
Gambrills, Maryland

Eileen Schanel-Klitsch
Salus University

William Seiple
Lighthouse International

Lisa Serino
Arizona State School for the Deaf and Blind

Rona Shaw
Dominican College

Anjoo Sikka
University of Houston, Downtown

Rosanne Silberman
Hunter College, City University of New York

Jerome Siller
Manhasset, NY

Annette Skellenger
Southeast Regional Cooperative, Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind

Derrick Smith
University of Alabama at Huntsville

Thomas Smith
Northern Illinois University

Susan Jay Spungin
Blind Biz, Inc.

Joan Stelmack
Hines VA Hospital

Eric Sticken
Northern Illinois University

Jodi Sticken
Northern Illinois University

Jay Stitely
Tennessee School for the Blind

Melva Stolhand
Sumner, WA

Janet Sunness
Greater Baltimore Medical Center

Anna Swenson
Fairfax County Public Schools

Penni Telleck
Pittsburgh, PA

Irene Topor
University of Arizona

Pearl Van Zandt
Nebraska Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired

Catherine Wall Emerson
Western Michigan University

Robert Wall Emerson
Western Michigan University

Sheri Wells Jensen
Bowling Green State University

Stephen Whittaker
Moss Rehabilitation Hospital, Philadelphia

Michael Wigle
Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired

Mark Wilkinson
University of Iowa

Michael Williams
Atlanta VA Medical Center

Karen Wolffe
Career Counseling & Consultation

Diane P. Wormsley
North Carolina Central University, Durham

Darick Wright
University of Massachusetts, Boston, Perkins School for the Blind

Kim Zebehazy
University of British Columbia, Canada

Sharon Zell Sacks
California School for the Blind

George J. Zimmerman
University of Pittsburgh

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