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Faculty Research Series: How Do Babies Solve Problems; Parent Involvement in ADHD Children’s Academic Success

Professor K. Grobman and Professor M. L. Kelley present their work
When Oct 08, 2009
from 05:30 PM to 06:30 PM
Where East Laville Lobby
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Thursday kicks off this semester’s Faculty Research Series, a great chance for you to grab some free food and to see what your favorite professors do when they’re not in class! This week, Professor Kevin Grobman will be presenting his research on how babies solve problems, and Professor Mary L. Kelley will discuss her work in education, determining how parent involvement in ADHD children’s school lives affects their academic success. The research series is not just a great opportunity to learn about your professors, it’s also a great networking tool to help you with your own undergraduate research! Stop by the East Laville lobby on Thursday, October 8th from 5:30-6:30 PM, and don’t forget to mark your calendars for the next three Thursdays to see what else the series has to offer you!

 

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