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Video game research of UW-Madison’s Travers shows promise for autism

Video game research of UW-Madison’s Travers shows promise for autism

Brittany Travers, a faculty member with the Department of Kinesiology's occupational therapy program, is conducting groundbreaking research at UW-Madison's Waisman Center. Travers is studying children with autism spectrum disorder by using a Wii to learn more about how helping them improve their motor skills may have a positive impact on their symptoms.​ It was during her time in graduate school that Travers first began to notice slight differences in the way people with ASD moved compared to those not on the spectrum.
February 06, 2016
UW-Madison alumna Sherry Lucille was recently featured in an article by Madison365 headlined, " 'Love Released' Highlights Local African-American Women Writers." Lucille, along with Fabu Phillis Carter and Catrina Sparkman will co-host the Love Released Launch Party on Saturday, Feb. 13 at Central Branch Library, where Lucille will be releasing her novel titled, “Love Promises.” Lucille earned a master's in counseling from the School of Education in 1988.
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