SSPP Award goes to CUNY Philosophy Student Javier Gomez-Lavin

SSPP Award goes to CUNY Philosophy Student Javier Gomez-Lavin

Michael Beran, President of the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, has announced that one of our students, Javier Gomez-Lavin, was awarded a Graduate Student Travel Award to attend the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology annual meeting next month in Charleston, South Carolina. Javier will present “The end of working memory: Describing a new neuro-ontology of central executive processes”. The Student Travel Award is a competitive award given to only a small number of student attendees to the meeting, and award winners present a paper in the program and receive recognition at the annual Business meeting that concludes the meeting.

Also presenting at the SSPP is CUNY Philosophy Professor John Greenwood with “All the way up or all the way down?” at the Contributed Session on Comparative Psychology and CUNY PhD Student Zoe Jenkin with “Crossmodal interactions and the revision of modularity”. CUNY PhD Students Kate Pendoley and Lauren Alpert will comment on student presentations.

View the entire 2014 program here.