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In 2017 I was awarded the National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship in Human-Computer Interaction.

This 3-year fellowship allowed me to fully dedicate myself to building MindScribe.

Here you can read my NSF GRFP Personal Statement and my NSF GRFP Research Plan.

Use those links to learn more about my approach in developing an embodied conversational agent for low-income and multilingual early childhood communities.

A photo of a post-it note and a sharpie marker. On the post-it note, Layne Jackson Hubbard wrote "Thank you!" and drew a 3-dimensional cube.
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