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SVC Professor Starting Student Research and Development Group

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Posted: Monday Oct 7, 2013

Oct. 7, 2013

Dr. Junlei Li, left, Associate Professor for Early Learning and Children’s Media at the Fred Rogers Center, Saint Vincent College, has initiated a new student research and development group, Incubator 143. The group aims to incubate positive change for children’s development by integrating developmental science and communication. Li, who is also a professor of psychological science at Saint Vincent, held the first meeting of the group on Oct. 2 in the multimedia laboratory at the Rogers Center. Members of the group include Alaina D’Aloiso, a freshman education major from Pittsburgh (15241); Julia Hlavacik, a sophomore psychology major from York; Kathryn Klawinski, a sophomore education major from New Kensington; Adam Burgh, a freshman history education major from Lawrence; Maura Snyder, a freshman psychology major from Murrysville; Katrina Nemchik, a freshman computer science major from Latrobe; and Molly Ouchis, a junior education major from Reading. D’Aloiso, Burgh, Snyder and Nemchik are also Fred Rogers Scholars. The project is made possible by a research fellowship Dr. Li received from Remake Learning, funded in part by the MacArthur Foundation and other local foundations.


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