The popular Toronto based magazine Now featured a profile lab alumni Monique Tardif. The article featured stories on recent university graduates working in their chosen field, and discussed Monique’s experience finding a music cognition position shortly after graduation. During her time at McMaster, Monique competed a thesis related to rhythm perception in 2015, previously held an NSERC-USRA, and played for several years in the University Percussion Ensemble. The article discusses her experiences as a student in McMaster’s innovative new music cognition specialization, her research as part of our team, and her new professional role as lab manager at Ryerson University’s SMART Lab. This feature not only provides insight into careers in the arts, but gives perspective on one alumni’s experience combining her interests in the arts and sciences. Click here to read the article.