As the academic year comes to a close, many of our lab members are preparing to move on to exciting new opportunities. We are so proud of all of our team members' accomplishments, and we wish them success as they begin new chapters in their lives.
Dr. Myrna Cintrón-Valentin, who recently defended her doctoral dissertation in Psychology at the University of Michigan, Bilingual Research Data Specialist for the Department of Justice in California.
Ella Deaton will be attending the Ph.D. program in Linguistics at the University of Washington.
Elizabeth (Libby) Garno is returning to Ann Arbor to pursue a Master's degree through the Educational Leadership & Policy program in the School of Education at the University of Michigan.
Kelly Kendro will be joining the Language and Development lab in the Psychology department of the University of California, San Diego as the lab coordinator.
Sean Lang will serve in the Peace Corps in Guatemala starting in September 2019.
Dr. Ana M. Silva has received a Carolina Postdoctoral Fellowship at UNC, Chapel Hill.
Ishan Vashishta will be working with Amazon in Boston.
Michael Ward has been named a 2019-2020 Fulbright Scholar for the program in Taiwan.
We would also like to extend our congratulations to our ten graduating seniors!
Katherine Hall (Linguistics, Spanish)
Brianna Holt (Movement Science, and Spanish)
Kelly Kendro (Cognitive Science, Romance Languages and Literatures)
Lydia Kudret (Biopsychology, Cognition, and Neuroscience; Spanish)
Sean Lang (Neuroscience, Spanish)
Sean Moore (Anthropology, Screen Art & Cultures)
Fawnnie Pamenan (Biology, Spanish)
Sarah VanDiepenbos (Cellular and Molecular Biology, Spanish)