Ed is in San Francisco for the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association where he is chairing a session titled Contributions of Basic Cognitive Processes to School-Based Mathematics Learning: Uncovering the Neural Pathways. The program includes Justin Halberda (Johns Hopkins), Ed, Miriam Rosenberg-Lee and Kristen Pilner Blair (both Stanford), and builds from an understanding of
Our two Undergraduate Research Scholars, Jen Hathaway and Christina Tran will be presenting in Talk session III (3:45 – 5:00 pm) in the Wisconsin Idea room this Thursday, April 18 as part of the Undergraduate Research Symposium: http://www.learning.wisc.edu/ugsymposium/ Please attend to support all undergraduate research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The Educational Neuroscience lab is excited to welcome our first PhD student, Liz Toomarian! Liz comes to us from U.C. San Diego, where she did her undergraduate studies in Cognitive Science, with a specialization in Neuroscience. As an undergrad, she worked on intervention projects to help children with dyslexia, and has been a research assistant