Milora Morely gives award winning Autism presentation

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Milora Morely is the recipient of the Excellence in Undergraduate Research Award.  She was honored at a luncheon on April 29 and received a cash prize for her work.

Milora Morley

The winning project titled, “Missing Incidents in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Antecedents, Descriptions, and Consequences” was presented at the 2013 Undergraduate Research and Arts Colloquium. The project was completed under the mentorship of Meredeth A. Rowe, RN, PhD, FGSA, FAAN, professor and endowed chair in the USF College of Nursing.

The award is based on nominations from event facilitators, and reflects Morley’s ability to engage her audience, address questions, and the overall quality of her presentation.

Milora Morely is earning a bachelor’s degree from the USF College of Public Health. This fall, she begins graduate studies in epidemiology.

Written by Natalie D. Preston, USF College of Public Health

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