UMD showcases student research

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The College of Education and Human Service Professions at UMD hosted the 2nd Annual CEHSP Research & Scholarship Showcase Thursday.

Thirty-seven undergraduate and graduate students presented their research in topics spanning psychology of authoritarianism, idealization of a first romantic kiss, and awareness of the speech-language pathology profession.

This was also the first year that the event was held in person.

"It feels really good,” said Kaille Bechthold, a 2nd year graduate student. “I mean, our field deals so much with communication that it was really weird to do it over Zoom for an entire year and a half. So, it’s really great to get to this last step in our education process and be able to do it in person and see people face to face and present this research that we’ve been doing for our whole grad program.”