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Participants

David Almog, Northwestern University
Jenna Anders, Harvard University
Luisa Cefala, University of California, Berkeley
Dan Connolly, Carnegie Mellon University
Angela Crema, New York University
Zach Freitas-Groff, Stanford University
Benedict Guttman-Kenney, University of Chicago
Ruru Hoong, Harvard University
Kristy Kim, University of California, Berkeley
Felipe Lobel, University of California, Berkeley
Jessica Min, Princeton University
Jing Xian Ng, University of Pennsylvania
Babasoji Oyemakinde, University of Memphis
Ricardo Pommer, Columbia University
Kate Reinmuth, Stanford University
Germán J. Reyes, Cornell University
Claire Shi, Harvard University
Rex Sitti, University of New Mexico
Mario L. Small, Columbia University
Sara Spaziani, Brown University
Michael A. Varley, University of Chicago

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