ABA undergraduate students take a photo at the poster presentation session.
Graduate and undergraduate Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) students recently participated in poster presentation sessions, sharing the findings of their research projects with fellow students, faculty, and mentors.
Organized and hosted by ABA doctoral candidate Madeline Risse, the undergraduate research poster session introduced the students to research dissemination. Research projects included evaluations of effects of prompting on physical activity in elementary children.
The ABA program also held its 16th annual Community Applications of Behavior Analysis Expo for its graduate students. The program's affiliated agencies and supervisors also attended the event.