joined the Furman faculty in 2005, soon after completing her Ph.D. at Carnegie Mellon University. Her laboratory, the Furman Learning Lab, is home to a number of
research projects that broadly investigate cognitive development. She welcomes any student with an
interest in child development to meet with her to discuss how they can
become involved in research. She has overseen more than 90 research presentations involving undergraduates, and regularly supervises student thesis projects.
Dr. Hahn is committed to contributing to the high quality, liberal arts
education that Furman offers its students. She is passionate about
teaching and rountinely participates in workshops to develop new
pedagogical techniques. In addition to her on-campus courses,
Dr. Hahn also teaches a study-away course on Poverty and Child Development
that is part of Furman’s southern Africa program.