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  1. Hello,
    I am an occupational therapy graduate student at Sacred Heart University, in Trumbull, CT. I am working on a research project on the use of therapy dogs with undergraduate and graduate students. I noticed that the University of Illinois has a therapy dog program at the undergraduate library. I was wondering if there was someone that would be willing to answer a few questions about this program.

    Caroline Braaksma, OTS
    Sacred Heart University
    Occupational Therapy ’14
    SOTA President

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