Hi there! My name is Ezra M. Wingard, and I am a recent graduate of SUNY Oswego. I have a wide range of research interests, from gender representations in the brain, the default mode network, neural network biases, to attention dynamics involving memory and learning, how we can categorize neural representations (such as through an analog or descriptive approach), and aphantasia’s effect on percepts in the brain.
I am eager to meet new individuals within the realm of cognitive science, psychology, and surrounding areas, so if you’re interested in meeting virtually, please feel free to email me or send me a text!
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B.A. in Cognitive Science & Psychology, Minor in French, 2023
*Supervised interns and volunteers
*Managed and organized inventory system
*Engaged with campus individuals to promote food pantry
*Maintained statistics and pertinent information
*Oversaw marketing efforts
*Collaborated in leadership role
*Helped develop education and event plans for weekly programs
*Skillfully communicated and maintained confidentiality
*Spoke effectively in public on diverse topics
Notable Awards, Honors, and Accomplishments
Notable Honors and Awards recieved during my time as an Undergraduate at SUNY Oswego include:
*SUNY Oswego’s Honors College Program – Spring 2021 - Spring 2023
*Member of 2 honors societies - Psi Chi and Pi Delta Phi (Psychology and French respectively) – Spring 2022 - Present*Made Senior Officer of Pi Delta Phi – Spring 2023*Merit Scholarship – Fall 2019 - Spring 2023
*Dean’s List – Fall 2021 - Fall 2022
*President’s List – Fall 2019 - Spring 2020
*Distinguished Cognitive Science Senior Award – Spring 2023
*Excellence in French Award – Spring 2023