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Gunnar gives keynote at Northwest Area Foundation

Megan Gunnar
Megan Gunnar, professor at the Institute of Child Development, recently gave the keynote address to a strategic convening of African American community stakeholders who are working across disciplines to understand the latest brain research and its application to working with families throughout the community. "Early childhood research in the past couple of decades has profoundly changed how we think about young children's development," Gunnar said. The convening, held on May 11 at the Northwest Area Foundation, included approximately 50 professionals from various disciplines addressing the needs of young children.

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