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IHDD director receives advocacy award

Zolinda Stoneman

Zolinda Stoneman, director of the Institute on Human Development and Disability in the College of Family and Consumer Sciences, received the 2015 Award for Advocacy from the Georgia Historical Records Advisory Council.

The award recognizes Stoneman’s contributions toward the founding of the Georgia Disability History Alliance.

Hank Huckaby, chancellor of the University System of Georgia, presented the award to Stoneman in October.

Stoneman also was presented with the Easter Seals Southern Georgia Distinguished Service Award in 2015 for her numerous contributions to the disability community.