Kristen Harknett, PhD, associate professor in Social and Behavioral Sciences, has had her research cited multiple times this Spring.
The Beth Hess Award was established in 2005 to support first generation college students who began their academic careers in a community college, have faced significant obstacles, are committed to teaching and mentoring other first-generation students, and exemplify Beth’s commitment to professional service and social justice work.
Op-Ed: My sisters and the long, terrifying shadow of mass violence
The Innovative Research on Aging Awards recognize excellent applied research that offers important
implications for the senior living industry. Created to inspire next practices, the annual awards honor
groups and individuals committed to bringing research to real life, thereby improving the senior
Each year, Mather LifeWays Institute on Aging reviews dozens of submissions on a wide range of
topics, including health and well-being of senior living residents, technological advancements for older