I’m Mark Seidenberg, a professor in the department of psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. I was originally a psycholinguist but you could call me a cognitive scientist or cognitive neuroscientist and I’d be good with it. I grew up in Chicago, and went to a few colleges but only Columbia gave me any degrees, including a Ph.D. I was a professor at McGill University and then at the University of Southern California before returning to the Midwest in 2001. I’ve conducted a lot of research on language and reading. If you’re curious, this is our lab website.
Postdoctoral Research Associate @UWMadison.
I'm Nancy Zellmer. I co-founded one of the first SAAS businesses in 1995 and sold it in 2020. During that time, while parenting two daughters, I hired, managed and grew a developer staff, created products and managed client relationships.
I'm Jim Zellmer. I co-founded one of the first SAAS businesses in 1995 and sold it in 2020. During that time, while parenting two daughters, I hired, marketed our visual and cloud software products and lead product experience design. I also negotiated third party licensing agreements and helped customers with competitive analysis.