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Huffington Post: Katie Stoudemire ’03 Brings Hands-on Learning Activities to Hospitalized Children

Katie Stoudemire '03 works with hospitalized children.
Katie Stoudemire '03 and a young patient.

An article presented by TIAA for the Huffington Post spotlights the work of Katie Stoudemire '03, the founder of Wonder Connection, a grant-supported program to help hospitalized children and teens foster a love of natural sciences through hands-on learning.

"Doctors and nurses ably battle the afflictions of a child's body, but don't always have the time or resources to stave off the boredom, loneliness and powerlessness that comes with being restricted to a room for months on end," the writer says. "That's why Stoudemire has made choice a pillar of her program, leaving the decision of whether and how to participate in Wonder Connection's activities completely up to the children."

Read the Huffington Post article.

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