NeuroLearn Lab undergraduate research assistants, Ashley Lauterbach and Tamika Crane did an excellent job presenting their research posters at the Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference 2016 at GSU. In addition, Tamika won the Neuroscience Award and overall 2nd Place Award for best poster, and Ashley’s poster made it to the final round […]
NeuroLearn Lab undergraduate research assistants Gerardo Valdez, Ashley Lauterbach, Tamika Crane, Jessica Walker, and Peyton Raley all did an excellent job presenting research posters at the Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference on April 13, 2016. Gerardo Valdez won 2nd place in the Social/Behavioral Sciences category for his poster. Way to go all of you!
Two NeuroLearn Lab students have recently received awards. Undergraduate Ashley Lauterbach was awarded the Theresa Nash Bernstein Scholarship in International Travel to help support her study abroad in Costa Rica this summer. Graduate student Sonia Singh was awarded a Language and Literacy Fellowship. Bravo for these wonderful accomplishments, ladies!
Two NeuroLearn Lab undergraduate research assistants were recently accepted to Georgia State University study abroad programs and received scholarships to participate. Jessica Walker will be studying psychology in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Ashley Lauterbach will be studying Spanish in Costa Rica. Great job!
NeuroLearn Lab undergraduate research assistant and Brains and Behavior Summer Fellow, Ashley Lauterbach, concluded her summer fellowship by presenting a poster: Lauterbach, A.M., Deocampo, J. A., & Conway, C.M. (July 2015). Neuropsychological correlates of sequential learning may differ for children with a cochlear implant. Poster. Brains & Behavior Scholar Poster Session, Georgia State University, Atlanta. […]
NeuroLearn Lab undergraduate research assistant, Ashley Lauterbach, was awarded a Brains and Behavior Summer Fellowship. Read more about the Brains and Behavior Summer Scholars Program at http://neuroscience.gsu.edu/scholars-program/. Keep up the good work, Ashley!