Congratulations to Meryl Rueppel, this year's recipient of the Marshall M. Weinberg Award for Exceptional Cognitive Science Honors Thesis!
This award is bestowed annually to an exemplary submitted Honors Thesis paper (written by a declared Cognitive Science student) in recognition of outstanding research performance in the field of Cognitive Science.
Meryl Rueppel graduated with High Honors on the Philosophy track of the Cognitive Science major and a minor in Digital Studies. She also served as a Cognitive Science Peer Facilitator over the past year, where she mentored peers through their Cognitive Science experience. She is excited to begin a research role at U of M this summer and hopes to eventually pursue a PhD in Clinical Psychology. Meryl's thesis was entitled "Relationships Among Internalizing vs. Externalizing Symptoms, Post-Error Slowing, and Gender".