17th Annual Graduate Research and Scholarly Projects (GRASP) Sympoisum

Viewing has concluded. Congratulations to our winners!

  • 1st place: Kylie Darland (advisor Erin O'Bryan), Masters of Communications Sciences and Disorders program: The Effects of Varying Melodic Intervals in Melodic Intonation Therapy for Persons with Aphasia
  • 2nd place: Rosalind Canare (advisor Rhonda Lewis), PhD candidate in Community Psychology program: Perceptions of Food Quality in Correctional Facilities
  • 3rd place: Aleshea Her and Yasmin Tang (advisor Trisha Self), Masters of Communications Sciences and Disorders program: Post-Secondary Education Experiences and Needs of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Welcome from Interim Executive Vice President and Provost, Dr. Shirley Lefever

Welcome from Graduate School Dean and Associate Vice President of Research, Dr. Coleen Pugh


The Graduate School would like to thank all of the faculty research advisors and our volunteer judges and statiticians. GRASP wouldn't be possible without your support. Thank you!