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Aging studies PhD student facilitates session at FCOA conference

Cassidy Doyle with session discussants

Doyle sits with the session's discussants.

Cassidy Doyle, a PhD student in the School of Aging Studies, facilitated the session “Advancing Your Career in Aging at Any Age” at the Florida Council on Aging (FCOA) conference. Session discussants covered the importance of remaining patient as you begin your career, always building upon your data interpretation skills, and allowing your passion for your work to inspire others. Doyle is the first student to be sponsored by AARP Florida to attend the conference.

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