Congratulations to Brittany Kondo who successfully defended her M.Sc. thesis. Her work on object-centric temporal navigation for information visualizations featured two major projects, one on time-varying information graphics and one on dynamic graphs. This work will be published in November in both a full paper and a poster at IEEE VIS in Paris. Brittany has been a core member of the vialab for four years, since being hired after third year undergrad as a research assistant. Brittany is accomplished student, having received support for this research through an NSERC SurfNet Special Projects award, an ICCD Scholarship, an Ontario Graduate Scholarship, and a finalist award for the Google Anita Borg Scholarship. Brittany leaves the lab to join Oculus Info in Toronto in September.