Royce Fellowship Presentations | February 15, 2022



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In February 2022, 21 Royce fellows presented their wide-ranging research conducted in the Summer of 2021. The cohort shared their experiences and projects in person and virtually.

Featuring Royce Fellows:
1:15 Noy Alon:
Parents’ Long-Term Experience in a Recreational Dance Program for their Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

15:30 Nelson Lin:
Trauma and stressor-related disorders among layperson opioid overdose responders

31:25 Ashlyn Lovato:
Land-Based Learning: The interconnected relationship between land, language, and culture in Santa Clara Pueblo

48:58 Roshan Sapkota:
Pivoting Project Purpose due to the Pandemic: Prison Health Disparities


Established in 1996 through the generosity of Charles Royce, '61, the Royce Fellowship supports Brown undergraduates as they carry out independent engaged research projects of their own design in locations across the United States and around the world. Fellows conduct their research under the supervision of a faculty member and as part of an interdisciplinary cohort of students from across the university.
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