C2LS 2015 Summer Supplement Award Winners

Published: Aug 13, 2015

The Center for Life Course and Longitudinal Studies is pleased to announce the summer supplement awards for 2015.


Kelsey Cundiff, for her project “Youth Employment Effects on Delinquency.” Her faculty mentor is Jeremy Staff.

Lauren Knoth, for her project “Juvenile Arrest as a Networked Turning Point: A Longitudinal Examination of the Relationship between Informal Labeling and Changes in Network Structure.” Her faculty mentor is D. Wayne Osgood.

Andrea L. Ruiz, for her project “The Effects of Childhood Trauma on Adult Interpersonal Relationships: The Role of Religion as a Moderator.” Her faculty mentor is David Johnson.


For more information about our Summer Supplement Awards please click here.