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The evidence is in and the Mensa Foundation's forensic science Colloquium was a hit! Forensics and crime-scene professionals wowed a sell-out crowd Tuesday at the Sheraton Boston with real-life stories and presentations from crime site to cop shop to research room.
My colleagues, Dr. Megan Foley Nicpon and Ms. Alyssa Doobay, and I thank you and the entire Mensa Education & Research Foundation for the award received for our paper, “Gifted Girls and Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Psychometric Case Study Comparison." We very much appreciate the recognition.
Susan G. Assouline, Ph.D.
Professor of School Psychology
The University of Iowa
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