Haley Vlach, Associate Professor in the Department of Educational Psychology, has been named an advisor recipient of the Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Fellowship for the 2022-2023 academic year for two submissions.
The Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Fellowship provides research training and support to undergraduates. Student recipients receive a $3,000 stipend (purpose unrestricted) to pursue their designated research topics with the aid of a faculty/staff advisor. The faculty/staff advisor also receives a $1,000 stipend to support their advisee’s research efforts.
Vlach will work alongside undergraduate recipients Olivia Goulette and Zechun Zhao as they use the funds to support their research projects.
Goulette, a communication sciences & disorders major, was awarded the fellowship for her project “Hands-On or Hands-Off? Embodiment and its Effect of Novel Word Disorders Learning and Generalization in Children.” And Zhao, a psychology and statistics double major, was awarded the fellowship for his project titled “The Effect of Spaced Learning on Second Language (L2) Vocabulary Acquisition.”
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