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UMSL Daily Interviews MIMH’s Rachel Winograd

UMSL Daily Interviews MIMH’s Rachel Winograd

Rachel Winograd was in an internet café in Central America when she found out that she got accepted into the University of Missouri–Columbia’s graduate program for clinical psychology. The San Francisco Bay Area native, who studied both psychology and theater at Emory University in Atlanta, was working on a farm while waiting to see where tentative future plans for graduate school might take her. Read the entire interview on UMSL Daily’s blog.

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