Jorge Martins Earns Anderson Graduate Research Award
Congratulations to graduate student Jorge Martins who earned the Donald K. Anderson Graduate Research Assistant Award. This award from the Graduate School recognizes Jorge's outstanding contribution to scholarship, future promise as a scholar, originality & imagination, and research mentoring to peers & undergraduates.
To date, Jorge has authored or co-authored 10 publications, all of them peer-reviewed. Eight of these publications have resulted from research Jorge has conducted at Mizzou . In the past year alone, Jorge has co-authored two journal articles and been first author on two more. He also currently has another co-authored manuscript under review and several more first- and co-authored manuscripts in preparation. In addition to his publications, Jorge also has been very active in presenting his work at national and international professional conferences. He has presented his research at both alcohol specialty conferences, such as the Research Society on Alcoholism and the Collaborative Perspectives on Addiction (CPA) meetings, as well as more general Psychology (American Psychological Association) and Social/Personality conferences (Society for Personality and Social Psychology).