Dec 9, 2021 • 29M

23 - Special Episode: What Is It Like to Get (Paid) Summer Research Experience at CSLI?

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Stanford Psychology Podcast
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In this episode, Natalia, a former CSLI intern, chats with Erica Yoon, the teaching coordinator for the CSLI Summer Internship Program. Along with hearing from other former interns, they go over the structure and overarching goals of the program, and how it fits into the overall mission of the Center for the Study of Language and Information (CSLI). Erica is particularly excited about attracting diverse students to the program and offers some insight into the application process.
For more information on CSLI, you can visit the center's webpage ( or follow the official Twitter feed (@StanfordCSLI).
For detailed information about applying to the summer internship, please visit the application page (

The CSLI Internship Program is headed by Michael  Frank (Principal Investigator) and Christopher Potts (Co-Principal Investigator). It is funded by the NSF's Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program (Award #1950223).

Special thanks to participating alumni:

Nicholas Wright, College of William & Mary

Jiayi Wang, Boston University

Jon Saad-Falcon, Georgia Institute of Technology

Shayan Hooshmand, Columbia University