Highest Distinction for Sam Rahman
Congratulations to Sam Rahman who was awarded the Highest Distinction for his undergraduate research project and thesis. Sam presented his written thesis and talk, titled A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO DEEPLABCUT AND SIMPLE BEHAVIORAL ANALYSIS, to his distinction committee and colleagues at the VetMed Basic Science building on April 18th, 2022 . Sam’s distinction committee (Professor Justin Rhodes, Psychology; Assist. Professor Jake Hinman, Psychology; and Assist. Professor Paul Bonthuis, Comparative Biosciences) unanimously and without reservation recommended Sam for literally the highest distinction possible for his Individual Plan of Study in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Sam’s future plan is to pursue a PhD in the field of Neuroeconomics.