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Strong Story | Gemma Brodney

gemma brodney   meredith autism program   wings  

After serving in the Marine Corps and attending community college, Gemma Brodney, '17, transferred to Meredith College to complete her undergraduate degree. She was drawn to Meredith’s focus on women and its exceptional programs for students who want to work with children and families, particularly the Meredith Autism Program.


Award-Winning Geneticist and Autism Researcher Visits Meredith

meredith autism program   psychology  


Gemma Brodney

child development   commencement 2017   meredith autism program   psychology   wings-adult education  

Wings student Gemma Brodney was drawn to Meredith's programs that prepare grads to work with children and families.


Katie Burnet

commencement 2016   exercise and sports science   going strong   meredith autism program  

Lacrosse player Katie Burnet's Meredith experience was shaped by personal guidance from her faculty and coach.


Katy Clary

meredith autism program   psychology   religious and ethical studies   study abroad   undergraduate research   videos  

Katy Clary's Meredith experience prepared her to thrive in graduate school.


MAP Director Kathryn Dove Named A Health Care Hero

awards   meredith autism program  


MAP Director Receives Health Care Hero Award

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Mary Jessup Gooden

commencement 2015   internships   meredith autism program   psychology   strongpoints   undergraduate research  

Psychology major Mary Jessup Gooden completed multiple internships and engaged in undergraduate research.


Psychology at Meredith Playlist

meredith autism program   psychology   research  

Our psychology students acquire both research skills and practical skills in applied settings. In addition to internships outside of campus, Meredith offers a unique on-campus learning experience through the Meredith Autism Program (MAP). Students also have numerous opportunities to conduct research, and many go on to present their studies at regional, national, or international psychology conferences.