The Center for Research on Families (CRF) has announced the recipients of this year's Student Research Awards.
CRF is committed to supporting students engaged in family research, with student researchers addressing family challenges such as malnutrition in older adults, women’s health in remote regions of the world, health effects of breastfeeding, socioemotional development of the multiracial children, how brain structures affect memory and how young children’s ability to understand language influences brain development.
The awards program recognizes outstanding student research on issues related to families.
Dissertation Award Recipients:
Bi-sek Hsaiao, School of Public Health and Health Sciences, nutrition
Sarah McCormick, College of Natural Sciences, psychological and brain science
Merika Sanders, College of Natural Sciences, psychological and brain science
Methodology Scholarship Recipient:
Christina Rowley, College of Natural Sciences, clinical psychology
Travel Award Recipients:
Youngjoon Bae, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, sociology
Melise Edwards, College of Natural Sciences, neuroscience and behavior
Olivia Laramie, School of Behavioral Sciences, public policy
Learn more about the awardees and their research here.