Meg Gotowski returned to Rutgers in May 2023 to get hooded at the School of Graduate Studies Convocation. Congratulations, Dr. Gotowski!
Dr. Syrett, Alison English, and Dr. Alrenga pose for a picture after Alison successfully defended her senior honors thesis. Alison handmade tiny wug dolls for Drs. Syrett and Alrenga!
Maddie and Deshik represented Rutgers Linguistics and LDLS at the Prospective Student Open House in April 2023.
The LDLS seniors and Dr. Syrett pose for a picture at the Annual Undergraduate Linguistics Celebration in April 2023. We’re so proud of our graduating seniors, and we wish them … Read More
Deshik, Madison, and Vaishnavi successfully presented our lab’s research on ‘partial objects’ at the Aresty undergraduate research symposium on April 28, 2023. Well done, team!
Research Assistants Vaishnavi and Khushi present their poster on word learning and adjectives at the 2022 Aresty Summer Science Symposium. Amidst posters dedicated to genetics, molecular biology, physics, and the … Read More
Meg Gotowski (recently defended PhD) and Dr. Kristen Syrett (PI) presented their experimental work on the syntactic bootstrapping of adjectives as a paper at the Boston University Conference on Language … Read More
On Thursday, July 21, Meg Gotowski successfully defended her dissertation, entitled, “Syntactic Bootstrapping in the Adjectival Domain: Learning Subjective Adjectives.” Meg (soon to be officially Dr. Gotowski!) was advised by Dr. … Read More
Recent graduate Nishtha Trivedi and Dr. Syrett celebrate at the 2022 School of Arts and Sciences Convocation in May. Congratulations, Nish!
Amy Rosen graduates from Rutgers! We’re so very proud of you, Amy!