Maddie Bloomquist presented “Examining linguistic behavior of a virtual museum guide” at the CCBS Undergraduate Poster Session and at the CCBS HumCog365 outreach event.
Anna Boyer presented “Video enhancement effects and their impacts on use of American Sign Language in the performing arts” at the Denman Undergraduate Research Forum. Anna will also be attending a Ph.D. program at UC Davis, working with Dr. David Corina on neurolinguistics of ASL.
Oscar Coppola won third place in the Engineering & Technology category at the 2023 Denman Undergraduate Research Forum for his presentation, “An Extension of Stanley’s Symmetric Acyclicity Theorem to Signed Graphs”. Oscar will be attending the Mathematics Ph.D. program at the University of Maryland.
Margot Hare won a Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship for summer advanced Russian language study.
Chase Harmon won a Radley M&P Scholarship Award and the Kenneth E. Naylor Award for Slavic Studies in Balkan and East European Linguistics.
Graduating senior Hannah Kitsmiller will be attending a Speech-Language Pathology M.S. program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, working with Dr. Ciara Ousley.
Graduating senior Jason Kovatch will be attending the Ohio State University College of Optometry.
Henry Leonardi presented “Synthetic data augmentation for dialogue systems: Improving chatbot performance through generated question-answer pairs” at the Denman Undergraduate Research Forum.
Graduating senior Emily Sagasser will be attending the Linguistics Ph.D. program at the Ohio State University.
Maxine Xu presented “Plural implicatures: Understanding how informativity influences computation costs” at the Denman Undergraduate Research Forum.