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Project L/EARN News and Events » Kimele Gray receives Award

2011 Project L/EARN intern earns research award at the National Institute of Science conference


March 2012: Kimele Gray (L/EARN 2011) received a research award at the 69th Annual Joint Meeting of the National Institute of Science – Beta Kappa Chi conference, hosted by Tennessee State University and Fisk University in Nashville. She received the award for her summer Project L/EARN paper on “The Effect of Paternal Parenting Stress on Child Cognitive Development at 24 Months of Age,” which she wrote under the supervision of faculty mentor Dr. Antoinette Farmer, Professor of Social Work at Rutgers. The 2012 conference theme, Social Determinants of and Progress in Health Disparities, was incredibly informative and motivating for conference attendees. Kimele is a senior majoring in psychology at Delaware State University, where she is a member of their McNair Research Program. She will be starting doctoral work in psychology and cognitive neuroscience in Fall 2012.

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