Dr. Sturz wins American Psychological Association (APA) award
Dr. Brad Sturz has won the American Psychological Association's (APA) Division 6 (Behavioral Neuroscience and Comparative Psychology) Brenda A. Milner Award. This award recognizes the author of an outstanding paper in the field of Behavioral Neuroscience or Comparative Psychology, published or in press, who is a member of Division 6 and who received his/her Ph.D. within five years of the date of the deadline for submission of the award nomination. Brad won this award for being first author of the paper: "Learning of absolute and relative distance and direction from discrete visual landmarks by pigeons (Columba livia)," which was published in the Journal of Comparative Psychology, 123, 90-113. Dr. Sturz will travel to the annual APA convention this August to accept the award.