Emma ZeeAbrahamsen had her paper, “Correcting ‘confusability regions’ in face morphs,” accepted into the journal, Behavior Research Methods! Congratulations, Emma!
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.