Our New MA and PhD Cohorts Starting Fall 2019 Posted on: August 20, 2019 Posted in: news We welcome eight new graduate students joining our department this fall. They come from a variety of backgrounds. We can’t wait to start working with them! Hyun Min, MA student. Holds a BS in Physics and Math from Johns Hopkins University. Interested in computational approaches to linguistics and mathematical properties of natural language. Kevin Tjokro, MA student. Holds a BA in English & American Literature and Language & Mind. Interested in language processing, spelling/reading, aphasia, cognitive neuropsychology, and orthographic processing. Emalie McMahon, PhD student. Holds a BA in Neuroscience. Interested in cognitive neuroscience and visual perception. Gemma Nicholson, MA student. Holds a bachelors degree in psychology from Quinnipiac University. Interested in social perception, social interactions, neuroimaging, nonverbal communication, judgments, and cognitive neuroscience. Emily Jacobs, MA student. Holds a BS in Psychology from Susquehanna University. Interested in cognitive neuropsychology, cognitive neuroscience, and fMRI. Karl Mulligan, PhD student. Holds a BS in Computer Science and BA in Linguistics and Cognitive Science from Rutgers University. Interested in natural language processing, learnability, syntax-semantics interface, pragmatics, numerical cognition, and spatial cognition. Eric Elmoznino, MA student. Holds a BAS in Computer Engineering from University of Toronto. Interested in consciousness, formation/representation of causal models, representation of abstract knowledge/information, vision, and computational models. Feikai Lin, MA student. Holds a BS in Molecular & Cellular Biology from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Interested in cognitive neuroscience, and mid-level and high-level vision.