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A University Student and New Technology
Kathryn Webster lost her sight three years ago due to health complications. She had already dreamed of her future and wasn’t about to let her eye sight change her plans. So, she entered Wake Forest University to pursue a dual degree in mathematics and business.

With the help of members of the assistive technology department, Kathryn is succeeding in all of her difficult courses. She has learned new technology to use in different classes to accomplish different tasks and has helped to pave the way for future students who are visually impaired.

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Evening the Odds
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