This year, the DUCK lab has 4 graduating seniors. We will be sad to see them go, but we wish them luck as they embark on their next endeavors!
Cherish Li- Cherish spent the past two semesters in the lab working on two studies, one of which was our partnership with the Greensboro Science Center. In the fall, she will be attending East Carolina University as graduate student in the Human Development and Family Science M.S. program.
Emily Herry- Emily has been in the lab for the past three semesters and ended her time here by developing and piloting a study on how children view the transgressions of others. While at UNCG, she earned the Student Excellent Award, the highest honor given to Undergraduates. She will be entering the M.A./Ph.D. Lifespan Development program at NC State University in the fall.
Jessica Barselow- Jessica is a graduate of Guilford College and has been a volunteer in the lab for the past three semesters working on a study of children’s memories for past events. She will be attending UNCG in the fall to pursue a M.A./Ph.D. in Human Development and Family Studies.
Danielle Guilbeault- Danielle has worked in the lab for the past two semesters on various projects, including a study examining how children view performance feedback from others. Next year, Danielle plans to return to the lab to continue to gain research experience before applying to graduate programs.