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News & Announcements Archive
May 24, 2017
Carli Heiman & Alana Disabatino Elected to Phi Beta Kappa By Krieger School of Arts & Sciences
Carli Heiman A&S ’16 and Alana DiSabatino A&S ’17 were invited to join Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious academic honor society. As members, they will be among the company of some the nation’s most influential figures. We congratulate Carli and Alana for this incredible honor.
May 15, 2017
Video for STEM-for-All Video Showcase By Krieger School of Arts & Sciences
Follow the link above to watch the Minds that Build video that our Language & Cognition Lab made for this showcase. 150+ teams submitted their cutting-edge research projects on innovative work aimed at improving teaching and learning of STEM. The event runs May 15 – 22. Tune in and vote for your favorite videos!
May 12, 2017
Our Summer STARs By Krieger School of Arts & Sciences
Congratulations to cognitive science majors Delaney Ubellacker and Kim Wong for receiving STAR awards! These rising juniors will receive summer stipends to stay in Baltimore to conduct research. Delaney will work in the CogNeuro Lab with Prof. Rapp and grad student Bob Wiley. Kim will work in the Cognitive Neuroscience Lab with Prof. McCloskey.
May 10, 2017
Flipped Learning By Krieger School of Arts & Sciences
Profs. Rapp and Park flipped their classroom and redesigned it with an active learning approach. Professors across the university are dramatically reinventing the way they teach in an effort to improve instruction and adapt to a generation raised in a wired world. For the full article, click the link above. (JHU Arts & Sciences Magazine, Spring 2017 cover story)
May 2, 2017
Prof. Wilson Receives Undergraduate Faculty Advising Award By Krieger School of Arts & Sciences
Prof. Colin Wilson, Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Cognitive Science, was conferred the 2017 Undergraduate Faculty Advising Award. This honor is given annually to a faculty member in the Krieger School who has demonstrated a dedication to undergraduates and their education through excellence in advising. Click the link above for more details.
May 1, 2017
Ioana Grosu Receives Excellence in Cognitive Science Award By Krieger School of Arts & Sciences
Each spring, our faculty members choose a graduating cognitive science major with the strongest combination of academic excellence and outstanding accomplishments in research. This year, Ioana Grosu will receive the 2017 Excellence in Cognitive Science Award. Ioana is an exceptional student and tremendous undergraduate research assistant. Congratulations, Ioana! Click the link above for more details.
May 1, 2017
What makes a good speller (or a bad one)? By Krieger School of Arts & Sciences
In the context of the National Spelling Bee, Brenda Rapp, lead author of the Brain study on the ‘Neural bases of orthographic long-term memory and working memory in dysgraphia’ explains how some people’s brains retrieve words (or don’t) and how we manage to get them out (or not). So what is it that separates the spelling stars from the dictionary-deficient?
April 21, 2017
Aaron White Accepts an Assistant Professorship By Krieger School of Arts & Sciences
Aaron Steven White will soon join University of Rochester as a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the Department of Linguistics and the Goergen Institute for Data Science. Bravo, Aaron! Click the link above to read more.
March 20, 2017
Celia Litovsky Receives NSF Graduate Research Fellowship By Krieger School of Arts & Sciences
The NSF GRF program recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported STEM disciplines who are pursuing research-based graduate degrees at accredited US institutions. Celia’s funded project is a cognitive neuropsychology study investigating visually guided reaching of an optic ataxia patient, advised by Dr. Michael McCloskey.