Fellows

The Distinguished Science of Learning Fellowship Program 

The Distinguished Science of Learning Fellowship Program provides fellows the opportunity to gain experience beyond their current training in (a) conducting interdisciplinary research in the science of learning and (b) learning how to effectively communicate and translate scientific findings to practitioners, policymakers, and the general public. The fellowship program is open to pre-doctoral and post-doctoral applicants within and outside of Johns Hopkins University.

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Aaron Steven White

Distinguished Science of Learning Fellow
Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, Whiting School of Engineering

I am interested in the relationship between word meaning and language structure. My work focuses specifically on how this relationship can be leveraged by both humans and computers to learn the meanings of words.

Bob Wiley

Distinguished Science of Learning Fellow
Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, School of Education

I am interested in what processes and knowledge are essential to becoming an 'expert' in a particular domain.