Congratulations to COSI undergraduate Isabella Beninate for for winning first place in the Schuberts@Intersections competition

The Schubert Center for Child Studies announced the winners of the fall 2020 Schuberts@Intersections competition. To celebrate and encourage students whose research is focused on children or adolescents, the Schubert Center sponsors a competition for recognition each semester during Intersections. The students’ research covers a wide range of topics and disciplines, from engineering medical devices to analyzing social structures and policies.

First place (which includes an honorarium of $150) was awarded to Isabella Beninate for her research project “Condensed Bilingual Input Output Survey for Increased Clinical Efficiency.”