Congratulations go out to Zoë Waelchli, Heather Stephens and Daniel Schmidtke for successfully defending their theses this week.
Zoë defended her MSc thesis entitled “Recall of Compound Words in Simple and Complex Span Tasks” on Tuesday August 23rd. Heather followed on Wednesday August 24th successfully defending her MSc thesis entitled “The Interpretation of Pronouns in Proxy Counterfactuals”. Also on Wednesday, Daniel (or rather Dr. Dan) successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled “Semantic Processing of Morphologically Complex Words: Experimental Studies in Visual Word Recognition”.
While we will miss seeing these fabulous students around our department, we know that they are off to bigger and better things and we wish them all the luck and happiness in the world. Congrats again!