Undergraduate RA Ashley Gleason presented her research study at the NTID Scholarship Symposium to an audience of faculty, staff and students. Her presentation was titled The MMN as a Customized Indicator of Audiovisual Integration in CI Users.
Congratulations to Sarah Kimbley, who today successfully defended her thesis proposal titled Social Factors Predicting English Literacy Outcomes of Deaf Children in a Bilingual Educational Setting.
Congratulations to Doctor Geo Kartheiser, who successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis today!
Come visit us in our new home. Starting July 1st, the deaf x lab is now based in Rosica Hall 1140 at RIT/NTID. We’ll miss our friends in the NTID Center on Cognition and Language, but they still have the coffee machine!!!
Deaf x lab researchers Geo Kartheiser and Brennan Terhune-Cotter will be presenting at the Workshop on Reading, Language and Deafness in San Sebastian, Spain, this October. Geo will present a poster titled “Preliminary Assessment of Cognitive Fluidity in Deaf College Students from Diverse Linguistic Backgrounds”, and Brennan will be giving an oral presentation (sic) titled Read more about deaf x lab is off to the WoRLD conference in Spain[…]
The deaf x lab is thrilled to announce a new collaboration between RIT, Boston University and U Penn. With support from NSF, we will be starting a new project called “Multimethod Investigation of Articulatory and Perceptual Constraints on Natural Language Evolution”. Using computer vision and human movement modeling techniques, we will be asking whether sign Read more about New NSF Grant: Articulatory and Perceptual Constraints on Natural Language Evolution[…]
Deaf x Lab Director, Dr. Matt Dye, was inducted into the RIT PI Millionaire Club after receiving over $1 million in federal funding since joining RIT in 2015.
Congratulations to deaf x lab graduate research assistant, Priya Patil. Her team took first place in the NTID Next Big Idea business competition!
Deaf x lab research assistant Carolyn Gershman has accepted a Post-baccalaureate Fellowship in Developmental Psychopathology and Social Neuroscience at Yale University. We all wish her the best for her new adventure this coming Fall, and we know she’ll go on to do great things. Congratulations, Carolyn!
Deaf x lab director, Matt Dye, gave a presentation last week at the AAAS 2018 meeting in Austin TX. You can read more about the symposium (in Swedish!) on the Stockholm University Phonetics Blog.