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David Roalf and Allison Anacker receive Ashworth Graduate Training Award

Two Behavioral Neuroscience graduate students have received Ashworth Graduate Training Awards.

David Roalf will use his award to attend a Workshop on Decision Neuroscience at the University of Michigan.

Allison Anacker will use her award for a sabbatical in Dr. Young's lab at Emory University.

The Ashworth Graduate Training Award benefits graduate students who wish to enhance their graduate training . Examples for awards include but are not limited to attending workshop/courses, "sabbatical" training at a distant laboratory; focused purchase of classic textbooks.  Since 2005, eleven graduate students have received support from the Ashworth Graduate Training Fund.


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