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Kenmore resident to present research during symposium at Rocky Mountain College

Kenmore resident Gillian Burden-Williams will present research during second annual research symposium at Rocky Mountain College on April 9-10.

“These days every field requires evidence-based solutions, and all the graduate schools are requiring some research experience,” said Ambrin Masood, assistant professor of psychology. “This symposium exposes our students to the scholarly activities other students conduct on our campus and fosters their interest in scientific research,” she said. “All 10 presenters are sharing interesting research."

Burden-Williams research explores men’s willingness to take risky actions even if they are involved in a committed relationship. She is mentored by Masood.

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