Emma graduated from Harvard with honors, earning a degree in Psychology. Immediately following graduation, she volunteered at an eco-friendly bed-and-breakfast in a rainforest in Costa Rica for 8 months. After returning to the States, Emma worked as a lab manager in a social neuroscience lab at Stanford. She is now pursuing her Ph.D. in psychology at Dartmouth.
High school: Reseda High School
Harvard UniversityCambridge, MA
Dartmouth CollegeHanover, NH
|2023||Ph.D. Psychological and Brain Sciences|
News and Highlights
Emma Templeton, MS ’09 published a paper that was recently covered in the Vox article What smartphone photography is doing to our memories by Brian Resnick. The article discusses technology’s effects on our memory and ultimately our experience of the world around us. Emma’s research as a graduate student at Dartmouth dives deeper into assessing smartphones’ impact on our cognitive abilities. Plus, she recently received an award for being an outstanding graduate student teacher, nominated by her undergraduate students!