As a research assistant, Liz is often traveling around the country for in-school data collections where she administers paper and online surveys in classrooms. She aids in qualitative data coding, grant writing, content development, study recruitment, and study coordination, in addition to her role as IRB administrator. She is proficient in survey creation platforms such as Qualtrics and Surveymonkey, as well as iRT’s proprietary data collection system, eTrove. Liz contributes creatively to the development of new projects and programs, with a focus on inclusivity and LGBTQ representation; she also frequently lends her voice for narrations and videos. A big fan of the Durham Scrap Exchange, Liz enjoys crafting and textile arts from jewelry making, fused glass, quilting and apparel sewing, and more!
B. S., 2017, Psychology (major), Hispanic Studies (minor). University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Reeder, L. C. (2017) The Author Recognition Task: Does Presentation Matter? [Unpublished undergraduate senior honors thesis]. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Reeder, L. C. & Arnold, J. (2017, March 30th – April 1st): The Author Recognition Task: Does Presentation Matter? [Poster Session]. CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing 2017, Cambridge, MA, United States.
Federal Grants and Contracts
HONORS & AWARDS
2017 David Bray Peele Memorial Research Aware for Undergraduate Research, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill