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Adam Stone Receives Two Graduate Awards

May 12, 2017

Adam Stone, Dr. Petitto’s doctoral student in Gallaudet University’s Ph.D. in Educational Neuroscience (PEN) Program and a graduate research assistant in Dr. Petitto’s Brain & Language Laboratory for Neuroimaging (BL2), was honored with two awards at the 2017 Graduate Awards and Hooding Ceremony.

Mr. Stone was awarded the Ph.D. in Educational Neuroscience Outstanding Student Research Award, awarded to a student, who, during their time in the PEN Program has, through laboratory participation, publication, presentations, and leadership, demonstrated outstanding research skills and potential as a future researcher and scholar in the discipline of Educational Neuroscience. He was also awarded the Graduate Student Research/Writing Award, awarded to graduate students who completed an outstanding research document in their academic program. Mr. Stone’s PLoS ONE publication on fingerspelling and reading fluency was selected as part of his award nomination (Stone, Kartheiser, Hauser, Petitto, & Allen, 2015).

In addition to Mr. Stone’s awards, Dr. Guinevere Eden (Georgetown University) was honored with the Graduate School Outstanding Collaboration Award for her exemplary collaboration and support given to the PEN Program since its inception in 2013. Read here for more information on the awardees.

The PEN Program (L-R): Dr. Tom Allen, Dr. Ilaria Berteletti, Dr. Laura-Ann Petitto, Dr. Clifton Langdon, Adam Stone, Dr. Lorna Quandt, and Geo Kartheiser

Pictured (left to right): Adam Stone receives his award from Dr. Laura-Ann Petitto; Dr. Guinevere Eden (Georgetown University) receives her Outstanding Collaboration Award.

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