Proceedings for the National Academy of Sciences
In 2020, I co-authored a paper along with Dr. Morlaes and Dr. Firestone in the Journal for the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences: Sustained Perception of Perspectival Shape. My primary responsibility was designing and building the testing apparatus that we used for our novel 'real-world' portion of the experiment, which mimicked the conditions of the earlier experiments that were done online, but had the value of being 3 dimensional rather than constrained to a computer screen.
Macksey National Undergraduate Humanities Symposium
In 2020, I also was accepted to present at the inaugural Macksey Symposium, however it was moved to an online format due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here I presented my previous research on Billie Holiday's childhood, but with the addition of more extensive mapping regarding current-day crime statistics in Baltimore city. These maps were developed using Baltimore City Government's public data and my own data analysis using R.