Published: April 4, 2016

bryan gardiner stevensCU-Psychology and Neuroscience Professor Angela Bryan (Social) and graduate students Casey Gardiner (Social, mentored by Angela Bryan) and Courtney Stevens (Clinical, mentored by Kent Hutchison) received awards last week at the Society of Behavioral Medicine annual conference in Washington, D.C. Angela received the Senior Mentor Award from the Student Special Interest Group, which recognizes “outstanding mentors...who have a record of strong mentorship and have demonstrated significant impact on the training and careers of their mentees.” Casey received a Citation Award and Meritorious Student Award, as well as a Student Abstract Award from the Student Special Interest Group, for her presentation regarding monetary incentives to eating healthily. Finally, Courtney received the society's Distinguished Student Excellence in Research Award, which “recognizes students who demonstrate excellence in student-conducted behavioral medicine research.”