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Ashley Gleason Awarded $5,000 Gilman Scholarship

Congratulations to deaf x lab undergraduate research assistant Ashley Gleason, who was recently awarded a $5,000 Gilman Scholarship for a Society, Culture, & Gender summer study abroad program in Amsterdam, Netherlands hosted by IES Abroad. Ashley will be taking an interdisciplinary approach to her studies,...

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Sarah Kimbley Off to Gallaudet!

Sarah Kimbley, a graduate student working in the deaf x lab, has accepted the offer of a place in Gallaudet University’s PhD Program in Educational Neuroscience (PEN). We’re all very proud of Sarah’s accomplishment, and it’s a reward for all of the hard work. (Always...

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Deaf x Lab at Imagine RIT

The Deaf X Lab will be hosting an arts and crafts exhibit at the 2019 Imagine RIT Innovation and Creativity Festival. Aimed at kids aged 3 years and older, we’ll have brain-inspired arts ad crafts, plus an opportunity to get a print out of your...

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Carolyn Gershman Accepts Fellowship at Yale

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,...

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Farewell to Chloé Stoll

A sad farewell to Chloé Stoll, as she returns to France to continue her PhD studies. Chloé was so much fun to have around, an amazing colleague, and she even spent 30 minutes of her farewell party collecting data. Look out for some great articles...

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Lab Welcomes Fulbright Scholar, Chloé Stoll

Chloé Stoll, a doctoral student with Olivier Pascalis at Université Pierre Mendès France, was awarded a Fulbright scholarship to spend six months working at RIT/NTID in the deaf x lab. While she’s here, Chloé will be conducting research on the effects of deafness and signing on...

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