We congratulate the recipients of recent Master's and Doctoral degrees!
MS: Alison Binder, Lap-Ching Keung, Albert Lo, Seyed Orazani, Hemapreya Selvanathan, and Merika Wilson.
PhD: Levi Adelman, Samantha Bernecker, Rosanna Breaux, Nathan Carnes, Karin Garber, Lauren Hartstein, Mengyao Li and Jeffrey Winer.
Genna Santorelli awarded the American Psychological Foundation's 2017 Benton-Meier Neuropsychology Scholarship. The $2,500 award will support the dissertation research for her project entitled, ‘Emotional Response to Negative Mood Induction in Older Adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment.’
Andrea Silva-Gotay, student in the Neuroscience and Behavior Graduate Program, received a NIH “The Whole Scientist” scholarship to attend the Jackson Laboratory workshop in May 2017. She was also nominated and awarded travel funding to attend the Institute for Teaching and Mentoring this October in Atlanta, Georgia. Additionally, Silva-Gotay presented her work on myelination in early adolescence and the impact of alcohol as part of a symposium at the Research Society on Alcoholism this past June.
Sam Scott, Biochemistry major working on his thesis in the Richardson Lab, received an Honors Research Grant from the Commonwealth Honors College to support his research on sex differences in adolescent development and myelination of corticolimbic pathways.
Brian Lickel and Becky Ready to Professor
Bernhard Leidner to Associate Professor
Tammy Rahhal to Senior Lecturer II
Christina Metevier and Rebecca Stowe to Senior Lecturer
Ashley Woodman, Continued Appointment