Nathaniel Serio is a student in the School of Arts and Sciences Honors Program, where he studies philosophy, cognitive science, and linguistics. His main research interests lie broadly at the intersection of these fields, but he is particularly captivated by issues surrounding language acquisition and development. Currently, Nate is a research assistant at the Rutgers Laboratory for Developmental Language Studies and the University of Pennsylvania’s Child Language Lab. At Rutgers, he serves as Vice-President of the Philosophy Club, Treasurer of Phi Sigma Tau —The International Honor Society in Philosophy, and a course instructor for “Exploring Philosophy” as part of the FIGS program.
2019 - 2020 Fellows
- Research Topic: The 30 Million Word Gap