Alumni News & Features

Deena Skolnick Weisberg (Class of 2003) was interviewed on Stanford Pathways on March 3, 2010, by Aisha Wells ('11).


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Peter Lubell-Doughtie (Class of 2006) was interviewed on Stanford Pathways by Jan Overgoor (M.S. '12) on November 22, 2010.


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Michael Frank (Class of 2004) joined the Stanford Psychology Department faculty in 2010. Just before that, he was interviewed on Stanford Pathways by Justine Kao ('11) on March 2, 2010, about his Symbolic Systems education and his development as a Brain and Cognitive Sciences Ph.D. student at MIT. 


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Aman Kumar (Class of 2009) wrote an article this summer for Psychology Today reporting on his first experience at the National Stutterers Association conference. The article is titled "The Catharsis of Communicative Diversity".


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LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman (Class of 1989) talked about how his undergraduate education in Symbolic Systems affected the decisions he has made as an entrepreneur and venture capitalist in remarks at the 20th Anniversary Celebration of Stanford's Human Computer Interaction Laboratory, February 20, 2011.  video link

 


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In a recent appearance on campus, Marissa Mayer (Class of 1997) discussed the ways in which Google incorporates the humanities in innovation. Marissa is Vice President of Consumer Products and the youngest member of the Google Executive team. She begins her lecture in the video below by talking about her ...


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Symbolic Systems Forum
presents
"Early Word Learning Through Communicative Inference"

Michael C. Frank ('03)
Psychology Department
http://www.stanford.edu/~mcfrank/

Thursday, February 24, 2011
3:30-4:20 pm [NOTE TIME]
Building 460, Room 126
map link: http://campus-map.stanford.edu/index.cfm?ID=01-460

ABSTRACT:

How do children learn ...


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