Dr. Caroline DeLong co-chaired a special session on June 5 at the 21st International Congress on Acoustics that was held in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Her special session was called “Perceiving Objects” and her co-chair was Dr. Eduardo Mercado from the University at Buffalo. Dr. DeLong also presented a talk titled “Recognizing Objects from Multiple Orientations Using Dolphin Echoes.” Her co-authors included two RIT alumnae: Amanda Heberle (class of 2012) and Kayla Mata (class of 2013). Dr. DeLong was co-author on a talk called “Exploring the Capacity of Neural Networks to Recognize Objects From Dolphin Echoes Across Multiple Orientations” which was presented by Matthew Wisniewski (a graduate student at UB). Both papers are published in Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics (http://asadl.org/poma/).