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Chloe Andre

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Chloe Andre is a second year graduate student in the Behavioral and Brain Sciences PhD program at the University of Georgia. Chloe earned her B.S. in Psychology and Criminal Justice from Northeastern University in 2018. After this she worked for two years in a developmental neuroscience lab at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, before becoming a member of the GABBA lab under the supervision of Dr. Allison Skinner. Broadly, she is interested in how racial stereotyping and discrimination lead to disparities within the U.S. 

Articles Featuring Chloe Andre
Wednesday, April 28, 2021 - 2:12pm

Congratulations to two of our doctoral students for their recent awards from the UGA Graduate School!

Kelly Rea received a Communication of Research and Scholarship Award from the Graduate School to support the development and dissemination of an eBook…

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