Lauren Streeter earns award at the National SAEOPP McNair Research Conference
Music education major, Lauren Streeter’s research presentation earned her a 2nd Place National Award in the Humanities Division at the 22nd Annual National SAEOPP McNair Research Conference in Atlanta this past summer.
The conference provides opportunities for young scholars to share their research, provide exposure to the key issues in research and higher education, facilitate the interaction between graduate school representatives, graduate faculty, McNair and SSS scholars, and provide forums for discussion of intellectual issues.
Lauren is a junior at the School of Music, and her presentation was “Modifying Teaching Strategies in Music Classrooms to Provide an Inclusive Environment that Enhances Social Skills among Children Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.”
SAEOPP McNair/SSS Scholars Research Conference is designed to attract undergraduate and graduate students from all TRIO programs within the U.S. and the Trust Territories.