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RAD (Rawson & Dunlosky) Lab

The RADlab (Drs. Rawson and Dunlosky, and all graduate students who work with them) meets one evening every other week throughout the year to discuss research. One member begins the meeting by discussing on-going research, which often involves discussing new data or research ideas. Afterwards, over dinner (usually pizza or Chinese cuisine), three members individually choose to present a separate article that they have recently read. These presentations are brief, because they are styled after talking to someone about a paper you just saw at a conference (so the presenter must go sans notes and just talk about his or her article in a manner that can be entertained (and hopefully will entertain) the entire group.


Heather Bailey; Amanda Lipko; and Mike Serra

Julie Baker; Angie Jones; Mary Pyc


Marissa Hartwig; Nic Wilkins

Mary Pyc; Heather Bailey; Robert Ariel

Amanda Lipko; Julie Baker; Angie Jones with little Josie

IMAGE: RADlab 2008-2009

Nic Wilkins; John Dunlosky; Cindy Widuck

Marissa Hartwig; Katherine Rawson; Mary Pyc; Heather Bailey

Robert Ariel; Angie Jones; Stacy Lipowski

IMAGE: radlab_2010

Mary Pyc; Stacy Lipowski; Marissa Hartwig

Kalif Vaughn; Robert Ariel; Angie Jones; Nic Wilkins

Cindy Widuck; Katherine Rawson; John Dunlosky

IMAGE: Radlab_2012

Angie Jones; Christina Poulin; Katie Wissman; Katherine Rawson; Michael Mueller

Marissa Hartwig; Uma Tauber; Nic Wilkins; Kali Vaughn; Robert Ariel; John Dunlosky

IMAGE: The RaD Lab 2013 table  


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