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Allyson O'Donnell (at left with her lab team), assistant professor in the Department of Biological Sciences, was selected for a five-year, NSF Faculty Early Career Development Program Grant, which is awarded to less than 10 percent of all applicants. Teaching and learning strategies include the use of signed conversation, role play, games and exercises to embed vocabulary and principles unique to a visual language.

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