As the 2017-2018 school year winds down, several of our lab members have been presenting their research. Tessa Boutwell and Karime Cameron both presented posters at the Curry Research Conference, where Tiffany Leones gave a symposium talk. Tessa spoke about our work looking at childhood play experiences and the relation to gendered beliefs about toys as adults, along with spatial skill and STEM interest and efficacy. Karime presented the preliminary results of an experiment from our Curiosity in the Classroom project, showing that our curiosity-promoting intervention appears to have a positive effect on question asking, at least in boys. Tiffany presented some data from our SLAP playgroups at the Discovery museum, discussing our challenge in promoting more representation use during spatial play. All of the students did a fantastic job representing the lab! Additionally, our USOAR student, first-year undergraduate Gracie Tillman, also presented our curiosity-promoting experiment from her own perspective helping to collect the data at the USOAR poster session. Congrats to all of our students on getting our research out there and learning to give professional presentations!