Davis Travel Fellowship Winner to Study Human Attention in Netherlands
Attention is a strange cognitive function – we only become aware of it when we don't have enough of it.
This is the observation of assistant psychology professor Paige Scalf, and she's going to travel halfway around the world to learn more about why that is, thanks to a recent award.
Scalf is this year's recipient of the George H. Davis Travel Fellowship, an award established by the UA Foundation in 2009 to fund work-related international travel for early-career faculty members. Named for Regents' Professor Emeritus of Geosciences George H. Davis, who served as provost from 2000-2007, the $5,000 award is given annually to UA faculty members in the first five years of their appointments.
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