Rhodes College hosts the Alliance for Advancement of Liberal Arts Colleges (AALAC) on Vision Science and the Liberal Arts, a funded proposal submitted by Dr. Haberman. Click here to see the talks!
Another successful VSS! Six students presented five posters in St. Pete Beach, Florida.
— Three students will be funded to work in Dr. Haberman’s laboratory during the summer via the Rhodes Neuroscience Fellowship.
— Dr. Haberman presents research to the National Academy of Sciences’ Standing Committee on Reducing Counterfeiting Using the Behavioral Sciences
— Dr. Haberman collects data at the American Orthotics and Prosthetics Association (AOPA) meeting in Boston, MA, for his project on how humans perceive the size of prosthetic devices.
— All lab members presented original posters at Vision Sciences Society in St. Pete’s Beach, FL.
— Lauren Ulrich (2016) accepted into physical therapy graduate program at William Carey University
— Hayden Schill (2016) accepts a full-time lab management in Jeremy Wolfe’s Visual Attention Laboratory at Harvard’s Brigham & Women’s Hospital.
— Dr. Haberman accepted into the ERP Bootcamp, a competitive, advanced training workshop that takes place every July at UC Davis.
— Malerie McDowell (2017) and Sneha Suresh (2019) accepted into the St. Jude Summer Plus Program, a year-long internship that allows students to work closely with scientists at St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.