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Mike Baratta receives CU Diversity award and funding for outreach

April 1, 2022

CU Psychology and Neuroscience Assistant Professor Michael Baratta (Behavioral Neuroscience) and the Behavioral Neuroscience Diversity Task Force (comprised of undergraduates, BN PhD students and postdocs) received an award from the Kahn Family Teaming Fund to fund ongoing Diversity Task Force outreach efforts

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Psychology and Neuroscience Good News(letter)!

March 11, 2022

Because we could all use some good news, please enjoy the first ever Psychology and Neuroscience Good News(letter)! The last year has been a challenging time for our entire community. During such times it is important to appreciate our core strength—our people. We can take pride in the fact that...

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Linda Watkins in the news

March 10, 2022

CU Psychology and Neuroscience Distinguished Professor Linda Watkins (Behavioral Neuroscience) was in the news, with an article in Colorado Arts and Sciences Magazine about her continuing research into treating osteoarthritic pain in dogs.

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Ryan Curtis receives CU Open Educational Resources Champion Award

March 4, 2022

CU Psychology and Neuroscience Teaching Associate Professor Ryan Curtis was selected as the recipient of the annual CU OER (Open Educational Resources) Champion Award.

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June Gruber receives BFA Faculty Excellence Award

March 3, 2022

CU Psychology and Neuroscience Associate Professor June Gruber (Clinical) received the 2022 Boulder Faculty Excellence Award for Excellence in Teaching and Pedagogy.

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Sona Dimidjian and Joey Levy in the news

Feb. 28, 2022

CU Psychology and Neuroscience Professor and Director of the Crown Institute Sona Dimidjian (Clinical) and graduate student Joey Levy (Clinical) were in the news, being interviewed for an article in Colorado Arts and Sciences Magazine about an online therapy tool (Mindful Mood Balance, MMB) she and several colleagues created to help people get treatment for depression using Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MCBT), a therapy that has been shown to help alleviate symptoms of depression significantly when used in conjunction with typical depression care.

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Laurel Gibson on Science Friday

Jan. 28, 2022

CU Psychology and Neuroscience graduate student Laurel Gibson (Social, mentored by Angela Bryan) appeared on the NPR show Science Friday speaking about the impact of cannabis use on exercise.

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Anne Pierce receives travel award

Jan. 26, 2022

CU Psychology and Neuroscience graduate student Anne Pierce (Behavioral Neuroscience, mentored by Zoe Donaldson) received a travel award from the International Behavioral Neuroscience Society (IBNS) to travel to the society's annual meeting in Glasgow, Scotland, in June, 2022

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Leaf Van Boven and Alex Flores in the news

Jan. 18, 2022

CU Psychology and Neuroscience Professor Leaf Van Boven (Social) and graduate student Alex Flores (Social) were in the news, being interviewed for an article in CU Boulder Today about some research of theirs published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).

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Several Psychology and Neuroscience graduate students receive Beverly Sears Awards

Jan. 11, 2022

CU Psychology and Neuroscience graduate students Lauren Finkelstein (Clinical, mentored by Joanna Arch), Laurel Gibson (Social, mentored by Angela Bryan), Charleen Gust (Social, mentored by Angela Bryan), Liz Slivjak (Cliincal, mentored by Joanna Arch), and Brittany Tokasey (Social, mentored by Tiffany Ito) received grants through the Beverly Sears Graduate Student Research Grants Program

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