IASCL Media Coordinator

Starting in January 2023 I became the Media Coordinator for the International Association for the Study of Child Language (IASCL). I curate the Association’s social media pages on Facebook and Twitter and the Association’s website. I also started a video interview series, which can be found on the website’s Resources for Researchers.


I’ve written about the ManyBabies-AtHome project for the International Association for the Study of Child Language (IASCL) blog series, titled Collecting child language data online using eye-tracking.

Cogtales, is “a blog by young female cognitive scientists” that I’ve contributed to, writing a guide for writing effective introductory emails.

Media Articles

I’ve appeared in articles for various awards I’ve been given or to be recognized as an alumnus.

Together with my collaborator, Christina Bergmann, our meta-analysis on infant mispronunciation sensitivity won the Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences (BITSS) MetaLab challenge calling for meta-analyses on cognitive development. Read more

My alma mater, the University of Wisconsin - Green Bay, has written a few articles about me, both generally and specifically in the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences and Psychology Department.

In 2010, I won a Graduate Scholarship from the Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society to support my graduate studies in Göttingen, Germany.

In 2009, I won a Summer Research Grant from the Psi Chi Honor Society to work at Dartmouth College.