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GRADS@WORK: CAS Summer Symposium on Dynamic Dyadic Systems Analysis of Conversation Data

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Members of the CAS community participated in the PSU/CAS Summer Symposium on Dynamic Dyadic Systems Analysis of Conversation Data. The symposium emphasized hands-on work on data from studies of interaction brought to the symposium by invited experts and their research teams. Leading and supporting the work sessions were Mimi Brinberg, post-doctoral research scholar in CAS, and PhD students Scott Li and Yuwei Li. Other graduate students made time to attend the sessions to learn new methods for studying the dynamic of communication. 
 
Photo 1: Mimi Brinberg explains an analytical method to Professor Lisa Neff and graduate student Rachel Blickman from the University of Texas, while Yuwei Li offers hand-on support.
 
Photo 2: Maddy Jupina, Lynsey Medd, J.J. De La Cruz, D.J. Barger, and Kelly Sweeney in attendance at the symposium.
 
Photo 3: Scott Li works with Professor Marie Haverfield, from San Jose State University, and Professor Jen Theiss and graduate students Jorlanditha Austin and Hannah Jones from Rutgers University.