Here we feature the successes of our students in the Ph.D. in Educational Neuroscience program as well as student research assistants and interns in VL2's resource hubs.
PEN Student Diana Andriola Participates in AAAS Catalyzing Advocacy in Science and Engineering (CASE) Workshop and Accepted to Harvard University's ComSciCon 2019 Flagship Workshop
The PhD in Educational and Neuroscience (PEN) Program at Gallaudet University is excited to announce that Diana Andriola participated in the AAAS Catalyzing Advocacy in Science and Engineering (CASE) Workshop and was also selected to attend Harvard University's ComSciCon 2019 Flagship Workshop.
Emily Kubicek Selected to Participate in Society for Neuroscience’s 2019 Early Career Policy Ambassadors Program
Emily Kubicek (Dr. Lorna Quandt, Advisor), a third year PhD in Educational Neuroscience (PEN) Program student, has been selected to participate in Society for Neuroscience's 2019 Early Career Policy Ambassadors Program.
Adam Stone, a fourth-year Ph.D. in Educational Neuroscience student, is mentioned as a student researcher in a National Science Foundation story and video explaining research being conducted by Dr. Rain Bosworth (PI) and Dr. Karen Dobkins (co-PI) in Dobkins' Infant Vision Lab at San Diego State University.
Victoria Mousley, a research assistant to Dr. Laura-Ann Petitto in her Brain and Language Laboratory for Neuroimaging (BL2) at Gallaudet University, has won a prestigious scholarship for young leaders.
Geo Kartheiser, doctoral student in the PEN program, was featured in an article on the San Diego State University News Center website. Kartheiser interned in Dr. Karen Emmorey's laboratory in summer 2014, with support from a scholarship provided by Jeffrey and Sheila Lipinsky from the Lipinsky Family Foundation.
Geo Kartheiser, a second-year student in Gallaudet University's Ph.D. in Educational Neuroscience Program (PEN), has been awarded the prestigious individual National Research Service Award National Institutes of Health (NIH) graduate pre-doctoral fellowship. Geo is Dr. Laura-Ann Petitto's graduate student in her Brain and Language Laboratory for Neuroimaging (BL2).