NSF CAREER Grants

Carrie Gates | February 4, 2015  

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Two psychologists in Notre Dame’s College of Arts and Letters—Associate Professor Ying “Alison” Cheng and Assistant Professor Jill Lany Early Career Development (CAREER) Awards from the National Science Foundation (NSF) in 2014.

These awards, which include five years of support to the faculty members, add to the recent success of the Department of Psychology. Associate Professor Nicole McNeil received the department’s first CAREER grant in 2012 for her work on the development of mathematical thinking.
 
“The CAREER grant is the most prestigious investment that NSF can make in the development of the nation’s most promising scientists,” said Daniel Lapsley, professor and chair of the department, “and there is probably not a single psychology department in the country that can boast of having three faculty members who hold a current NSF Career grant.”

Read more at The College of Arts and Letters.

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