Awards

Undergraduate Melanie Camejo Coffigny receives grant for thesis research

Undergraduate Melanie Camejo Coffigny receives grant for thesis research

Melanie receives a Bass Connections pilot grant to support her thesis study which will enroll individuals with low levels of depression and anxiety (who are currently excluded from our neuroscience research) into our study on health behavior change.

2010 CGS Dissertation Award

2010 CGS Dissertation Award

Gregory Samanez-Larkin has been awarded the 2010 Council of Graduate Schools (CGS) Distinguished Dissertation Award for Social Sciences for his dissertation “Incentive Processing in the Aging Brain: Individual Differences in Value-Based Learning and Decision Making Across the Adult Life Span.” The CGS award recognizes the year’s best social science dissertation in the country.