A Brandywine senior and Schreyer Honors Scholar will be presenting her exciting research next month at the Capitol in Harrisburg. Lauren Lomas, a Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) major, is the fifth student in the campus’ history to be selected for this honor. Her poster presentation, “Impact of Technology on the Parent-Child Dyad and Self-Regulation,” is the result of a nine-month study conducted alongside Dr. Jennifer Zosh, her faculty mentor and Assistant Professor of HDFS.
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Lauren’s enthusiasm for her work reflects the Honors program’s commitment to academic excellence. “The honor of presenting my research in Harrisburg to state legislators means so much to me,” she writes. “I’m looking forward to showing, through presenting my research, how great of an impact my undergraduate education has had on me. Conducting my own research project has helped me to grow academically and personally.”