Join us for our first Distinguished Science of Learning Fellowship Showcase
SLI's fellowship program provides funding for pre- and post-doctoral students to enhance their training by (1) conducting interdisciplinary science of learning research and (2) learning to effectively communicate science to the public. As a capstone to their 2-year fellowship, our fellows will showcase their research projects and their approach to disseminating findings to the public.
Learn about exciting work from:
- Kara Blacker, Departments of Psychological & Brain Sciences and Neurology
"Working Memory Training: Near Transfer and Changes in Alpha Oscillations"
- Eleanor Chodroff, Departments of Cognitive Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering
"Large Scale Learning of Speaker Variation"
- Emily Coderre, Department of Neurology and School of Education
"An Interdisciplinary Approach to Improving Reading Comprehension in High-Functioning Individuals with Autism"
- Aaron Steven White, Department of Cognitive Science and the Center for Speech and Language Processing
"Learning to Relate Meaning to Form"
Hors d'oeuvres, beer, and wine will be served.