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Research experience at MSU propels Meldrum toward career in speech language pathology


MSU Photo by Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez

Jacie Meldrum poses for a photograph. Meldrum, a Montana State University student majoring in early childhood education and child services in the College of Education, Health and Human Development, graduated May 4. She participated April 30 in the Council of Undergraduate Research 23rd Annual Posters on the Hill in Washington, D.C., representing Montana, and sharing her research to congressional representatives on difficulties faced by rural parents of children with disabilities in accessing and engaging health services.

By Anne Cantrell

MSU News Service

BOZEMAN - A research class Havre High School graduate Jacie Meldrum opted to take her first year at Montana State University has propelled her toward a future career that she previously didn't even know existed.

It also led to her participation in one of the country's most prestigious undergraduate research fairs. Meldrum presented her research poster, "Families' Experiences with Early Intervention Services in Montana: Alignment with Evidence-Based Recommended Practices," at the Council on Undergraduate Research's Posters on the Hill event held April 30 i...

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