The FRC's 2016 Annual Report Is Now Available
Click here to read about the exciting things that have been happening at the FRC over the past year.
Thriving With Autism Piano Recital Recording Now Available
On Wednesday, April 5th, The Autism Program and the School of Music hosted Thriving With Autism, a piano recital featuring Dr. Charles Smith, an Illinois graduate with autism who came back to campus to perform and share his personal story. In case you weren't able to attend the event, a recording has been placed on YouTube and can be played below. Additionally, check out the interview with Dr. Smith and UI-7 Newsbreak's Charlotte Collins.
|Thriving With Autism Piano Recital|
|Interview With Dr. Charles Smith|
STRONG Kids (HDFS 494) Undergraduate Research Program Accepting Applications
The FRC is now accepting applications for its STRONG Kids undergraduate research course. This year-long supervised research course provides students with first-hand experience working as part of a research team and develops a working knowledge of the theory and applications of transdisciplinary research. Applications are due by April 21st at 5:00 p.m. More information can be found here.
Help Us Congratulate These College of ACES Funk Award Winners
The FRC is so happy for the HDFS faculty, students, and staff who are recipients of College of ACES awards! Please join us in congratulating:
The FRC Bids Farewell to Communications Specialist Tyler Wolpert
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Communications Specialist Tyler Wolpert has accepted a positon within the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research at the University of Illinois, and will be leaving the FRC. Tyler has been a fantastic part of the organization over the past three years, and we wish him well on this new opportunity.