Congratulations to graduate students Melissa Elston and Katerina Faust! Melissa won the prestigious National Science Foundation predoctoral fellowship, and Katerina received an honorable mention!
Perri Klass, a pediatrician, science writer, and NYU professor of pediatrics and journalism, wrote a wonderful article for the Harvard Medicine magazine on why we study both baby babbling and birdsong. Perri took the time to visit our lab and get an in-depth understanding of what we do and why we do it. Thanks, Perri!
B.A.B.Y. Lab director Dr. Mike Goldstein was recently interviewed on the Sift podcast, which was broadcast on NPR stations nationwide: Social Guide to Babbling
Two of our 2013-14 honors thesis students, Chantall Hoff and Brenna McGuire, were featured in a story on their language development research: Oh, B.A.B.Y.: Undergrads study language in kids
Our research was featured in a New York times article about early vocal development: Understanding ‘Ba Ba Ba’ as a Key to Development
Congratulations to graduate students Gina Mason and Samantha Carouso, who both won the prestigious National Science Foundation predoctoral fellowship!