Sage Junior Research Fellowships

The SAGE Junior Fellows Program supports the intellectual development of early-career UCSB postdoctoral scholars across the University. Fellows form a group bound by a common pursuit: to understand the mind and brain through a variety of complementary disciplines. Fellows form a close community through luncheons, meetings with SAGE visiting scholars and speakers, and quarterly presentations of their scholarship. Fellows each receive a credit that can be used to: support novel or high-risk scholarly pursuits or collaborations; organize an interdisciplinary symposium/workshop on a topic of the mind/brain; develop a series of public events; or enable an undertaking of the Fellow’s choice. Fellowships are awarded on a 1-year basis, with the possibility to extend to 2 years based on achievement demonstrated in Year 1.

With generous support from Hearst Foundations


Gary Lewis

Gary Lewis was a SAGE Junior Fellow from 2011-2012. His research is broadly centered on the origins and implications of social perception, social attitudes, and personality, utilizing a range of methods including behavior genetics, neuroimaging, and lab experiments. He currently holds a senior lectureship (associate professor) in the Department of Psychology at Royal Holloway, University of London.

 

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