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Lauren Covey receives NSF Honorable Mention

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Graduate student Lauren Covey received honorable mention in this year's competition for National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships. Regarded as one of the premier fellowship awards in the sciences, they provide a full stipend each year for three years of graduate study. This fellowship program is extremely competitive and honorable mention is a recognition of the strength of the student's proposal and potential. Lauren received an honorable mention for her proposed ERP project on the processing of gender agreement in Hindi by second language learners and heritage speakers. Lauren is working with Professors Gabriele and Fiorentino.


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