Researcher Receives W. T. Grant Foundation Award
The William T. Grant Foundation has announced its 2011 William T. Grant Scholars. The program supports the professional development of highly promising early-career researchers in the social and behavioral sciences. Over five years, each scholar will receive $350,000, and mentoring from experts in areas pertinent to their research.
Amanda Guyer, a researcher at the Center for Mind and Brain and assistant professor for Human and Community Development, was one of five William T. Grant Scholars.
Read more at the W.T. Grant Foundation site.