Professor Grills-Taquechel Delivers Distinguished Alumni Lecture at Virginia Tech

Professor Amie Grills-Taquechel is delivering a lecture at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (VT) on October 3rd, 2013, as a distinguished alumni.

Professor Grills-Taquechel’s lecture will focus on her research, which is primarily concerned with child anxiety. Her lecture is titled Applying a social-ecological model of youth anxiety to inform research and practice. Professor Grills-Taquechel says the talk with “detail [her] work discussing anxiety and reading difficulties in young children.”

The lecture is open to the Virginia Tech. and larger community. VT is also offering Continuing Education Credits for community professionals who attend.

In addition to the lecture, Professor Grills-Taquechel will receive special recognition from Virginia Tech. as a distinguished alumni. Professor Grills Taquechel received her PhD from the Virginia Tech Clinical program in 2003.

Learn more about Professor Grills-Taquechel’s lecture at Virginia Tech.

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