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James McGinley, a graduate student in Quantitative Psychology, is the recipient of hte 2013 Enoch Gordis Research Recognition Award.

The Gordis Research Award is awarded by the Research Society on Alcoholism in recognition of outstanding biomedical and psychosocial research among graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.

James won for his research on innovative modeling framework for ordinal adolescent alcohol use data.

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