Honors Alumna Emily Jorgenson presented a workshop “Pretend Play and Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder” based on the research conducted for her Honors thesis at Kappa Delta Pi’s 51st Biennial Convocation 2017 on October 26-28.
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"The University Honors College generously paid for the registration fee for me to attend and present at Kappa Delta Pi's 51st Convocation. The workshop presentation was based on the research conducted for my undergraduate Honors thesis." Emily Jorgenson