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Graduate and Undergraduate Research Assistants
BARBARA T. HODGDON, M.S.
Advised by Dr. Wong, Barbara is pursuing her doctoral degree in Human Development and Family Science. Her research focuses on family caregiving, health, and wellness in midlife and late adulthood. Barbara was an Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (2018-2019) and a scholar in the Ohio Scholars in Aging Program (2019). In 2019, Barb received the Ohio Association of Gerontology and Education (OAGE) Jerome Kaplan Award for the best graduate student paper.
Hannah is majoring in biology and minoring in business. She plans to attend dental school after graduating. She is a member of the Mount Leadership Society Scholars Program where she serves the community through a variety of projects, programs, and events.
Natalie is majoring in Speech and Hearing Science with a minor in Disability Studies. She plans to attend graduate school for speech-language pathology or audiology.
Former ‘Lab’ Member
Banff, a Labrador retriever, is from the Canada litter. He was the lab’s first ‘lab’. Banff graduated from the 4Paws Service Dog training program in December 2018. Presently, Banff is living his best life as a service dog. Congratulations!! We are extremely proud of you! We miss you!
Born in June 2018, Dresden was a member of the lab from August 2018 to April 2019. He is a part of the Magic Day golden retriever litter. Dresden graduated from the 4Paws Service Dog training program in October 2019, and he now is an official service dog! We miss you so much, Dresden! Congrats on your amazing achievements! Follow him at @4paws_dresden
MONIQUE R. JACKSON
Monique graduated in May 2019 with a major in Human Development and Family Science. She will be obtaining her clinical doctorate in Physical Therapy at The Ohio State University. Monique is the recipient of OSU’s Graduate Enrichment Fellowship (Funding Period: 2019-2022), which covers three years of tuition and stipend funding.
BROOKE E. NORMAN
In May 2019, Brooke graduated with a major in Human Development and Family Science. Brooke will be obtaining her doctorate in Occupational Therapy at The Ohio State University. Brooke is the recipient of OSU’s University Fellowship (Funding Period 2019-2020), which funds her graduate school training (tuition & stipend) for one year. During her undergraduate training, Brooke was a member of the 4Paws student organization where she helped to train future service dogs (e.g., Banff, Dresden).