Melissa Glenn, associate professor of psychology, is a recipient of a 2017-18 James McKeen Cattell Fund Fellowship. For more than 50 years, the fund has provided support for the science and application of psychology. This award includes financial support to extend Glenn’s sabbatical from one semester to two. Her sabbatical activities will include collaborating with colleagues in Canada to develop ethologically rich behavioral methods that better represent the complexities of human behavior and dysfunction than existing assays. This is central to her efforts to improve the translational success of animal models in treating human psychological disorders.