Congratulations Sahvannah on winning the prestigious Susan J. Hunter Research Impact Award!

Read more here: In the Undergraduate scholar category the Susan J. Hunter Research Impact Award goes to Sahvannah Michaud for her symposium project #708, “The Relationship Between Adverse Childhood Experiences, Working Memory, and Perceived Stress in Older Adults”. Savannah’s work was done in the UMaine Cognition Aging Resiliency Enhancement (CARE) Lab, which is directed by her faculty mentor Dr. Rebecca MacAulay, Assistant Professor of Psychology. This project was a team effort in the CARE Lab, along with students Amy Halpin and Angelica Boeve.