Exploring the science and lived experience of autism

Allison Rogge, JS '19, works with faculty and students to better understand what it means to live with autism

July 1, 2019

Before graduating from U.Va. in May, Allison Rogge, the Sidonie K. Evans Family Jefferson Scholar, took a course with Psychology professor Vikram Jaswal in which studied the cognitive and social processes of individuals on the autism spectrum. Click the link below to learn more about the impact of their studies.

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Allison Rogge

Sidonie K. Evans Family Jefferson Scholar

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Fellowship

The Jefferson Fellowship is the premier graduate fellowship offered at the University of Virginia. Based solely on merit, the Fellowship seeks to attract Ph.D. and M.B.A. candidates.

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Legacy

The Jefferson Scholars Foundation, like its namesake, knows that virtue and talent come from all walks of life. Indeed it is this knowledge that drives the Foundation to search the world over for its recipients.

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Scholarship

The Jefferson Scholarship is the premier undergraduate scholarship at the University of Virginia. Scholars are selected through a rigorous selection process that is based on exceptional performance in the areas of leadership, scholarship and citizenship.

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