AFDE's association with the International Graphonomics Society [IGS] provides a valuable resource for research. IGS and the members of IGS are internationally recognized in academia for valuable contributions to the knowledge of graphic behavior and motor control as it is applied to forensic science, biophysics, education, neuropsychology, experimental psychology, paleography, pattern recognition and other facets of handwriting and drawing. Conferences of AFDE and IGS were held concurrently in London, Ontario [Canada] in 1995 and in Scottsdale, AZ in 2003.
Avni Pepe is a graduate student studying with Drs. Bryan Found and Doug Rogers. Here he receives his prize certificate from AFDE President, Emily Will.
- Photo by Patti Fisher
AFDE is pleased to announce that Best Student Paper Award will be presented again at the 2013 IGS Conference.