Congrats to Allyson Ettinger on winning a prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. The fellowship provides 3 years of research support, in the form of stipend, tuition, and access to other resources, and is worth around $130,000 for 2014-2017. Allyson’s proposal described how she is planning to study interpretive processes by combining linguistic, computational, and neurocognitive approaches.
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