PBS Emeritus Professor Stephen Grossberg’s book, Conscious Mind, Resonant Brain: How Each Brain Makes a Mind, has won the 2022 PROSE book award in Neuroscience from the Association of American Publishers.
Congratulations to PBS Professor Donna Pincus on being named the Feld Family Professor of Teaching Excellence! The Feld Family Professorship recognizes a CAS faculty member of international renown in any field, who has demonstrated a sustained record of excellence in undergraduate and graduate teaching and mentoring as well as in their scholarship.
Congratulations to Prof. Tim Brown who was honored by the Association for Behavioral & Cognitive Therapies with its 2021 Outstanding Research Activities Award
Congratulations to Bonnie Brown, Nurse Administrator and Health Communications Specialist, Center for Anxiety & Related Disorders (CARD), for winning a CAS 2021 Outstanding Service Award for Staff.
Congratulations to PBS Asst. Prof Steve Ramirez (CAS’10) for winning the University’s highest teaching honor, the Metcalf Cup & Prize for Excellence in Teaching.
PBS Professor Helen Tager-Flusberg has won the Lifetime Achievement Award of the International Society for Autism Research. Congratulations!
Congratulations to Psychology PhD student Kristy Cuthbert for winning the Outstanding Student Clinician Award from the Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology. Kristy’s clinical work focuses on treatment for individuals with complex trauma and emotion dysregulation. Kristy works with Drs. Michael Lyons as her research mentor and Dr. Lisa Smith as her clinical mentor. […]
We are pleased to announce that Professor Alice Cronin-Golomb has received an Outstanding Mentor Award from the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program. We congratulate her on this honor!
Congratulations to undergraduate psychology major, Kesha Perkins, for receiving the Dean Elsbeth Melville Scholarship for the 20/21 academic year! The Melville Scholarship, established in 1978, honors Dean Melville’s “splendid and varied contribution” to the education and lives of women at BU. Only two scholarships are awarded each year to top-ranked women in the junior class […]
Congratulations to Dr. Joanne Hebden Palfai, Director of Academic Affairs and Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, the winner of the 2020 Susan K. Jackson Award. Each year one faculty member, one staff member, and one graduate student is chosen for this award because their actions and initiatives help foster the […]