Senior Research Assistant/Project Coordinator
Naureen received her B.A. in Psychology from The University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and went on to receive her M.A. in Clinical Psychology in 2009. Naureen currently works on projects that focus on the role of gesture in the acquisition of learning in school-aged children. She works on the Mental Rotation project, which focuses on early spatial learning in kindergarten children, as well as the Math project, which looks at the role of gesture while solving equivalency problems in 3rd and 4th grade students. Naureen is interested in the role that gesture plays in learning and the ways that this type of research can be used in classroom settings.
Contact Naureen for more information or assistance on:
IRB-related matters including–
Historical record of protocol events
Submission of adverse events
Human subject training and certification
Annual employee safety training
Research Assistant/Project Coordinator
Zena attended the University of Rochestor for her B.A, in American Sign Language. She then went on to get her Master’s in Deaf Education at Boston University and graduated in 2017. Zena is currently working on the Math Gesture project with deaf and hearing students. She is interested in established methods of bilingual deaf education, as well as ways to improve on current practices.
Contact Zena for more information or assistance on:
The Center for Gesture, Sign and Language (CGSL)
*Carolyn has recently retired and will be working with the SGM Lab on a part-time basis*
Lab Manager/Project Coordinator
Markie received her B.A. in Psychology from the University of Connecticut, where she also worked in the Language Creation Lab. She is currently working on the Guatemalan Homesign Project. She enjoys living in Chicago and working in the Goldin-Meadow Lab.
Contact Markie for more information or assistance on:
Grant proposals and reports
Purchase of lab supplies, equipment & software
General employee and student support