Congratulations to ADD Lab PhD student, Lindsay Conner, on receiving an award from the UCF Summer Mentoring Fellowship Program. Lindsay, along with three other incoming Psychology grad students (pictured here), took part in this campus-wide competitive fellowship program. The program provides funding support from the College of Graduate Studies for underrepresented students to complete summer research projects before they begin graduate school. Lindsay’s summer project study examined consumer decision-making processes through brain imaging. She presented her preliminary findings at the fellowship showcase in front of an interdisciplinary audience of students and faculty. For more highlights, read the College of Sciences Newsletter story here.
First-year PhD student, Kylie Fernandez, presented her research at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society annual meeting in NYC. Her poster entitled, “Asymmetry in attention and memory while learning in gain versus loss domains”, presents work in collaboration with Dr. Camelia Kuhnen of the UNC Kenan–Flagler Business School.
The Graduate Dean’s Fellowship to superior graduate students who are newly enrolling in one of UCF’s graduate programs. These awards provide one year of support to the most qualified applicants to the institution. Congratulations, Lindsay!
Trustees Fellowships are awarded to superior graduate students who are enrolling in one of UCF’s doctoral programs. These awards provide multi-year support to the most qualified applicants to the institution. Congratulations, Kylie!