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Josh Senior, a GEMSTEM scholar in Mara Mather’s Emotion and Cognition Lab earned second place in the Life Sciences category at the USC Undergraduate Symposium. Senior presented his research project, Mechanisms of Attentional Control and Suppression in Aging, to a community of scientists and a panel of judges and received a $500 prize.

The USC Undergraduate Symposium for Scholarly and Creative Work provides students with the opportunity to exhibit research and creative work with the university community. Each year, the Undergraduate Symposium awards first and second prizes for outstanding work in each of the five academic categories: (1) Arts & Architecture, (2) Humanities, (3) Life Sciences, (4) Physical Sciences, Mathematics & Engineering, and (5) Social Sciences.

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