Winners of the 2014 C2LS Graduate Student Summer Supplement Competition Announced

Published: Jun 26, 2014

The Center for Life Course and Longitudinal Studies (C2LS) is pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 Graduate Student Summer Supplement competition for student-initiated projects dealing with life course studies.

2014 Winners

Hannah Furnas for her research project titled “Capturing Complexities: A Sequence Analysis to Investigate Couples’ Family Planning Trajectories in Malawi.” Leslie’s work on this project is mentored by Professor Jenny Trinitapoli.

Brendan Lantz for his research project titled “Co-offending, Age, and Experience among Burglary Offenders.” Brendan’s project is being mentored by Professor Barry Ruback.

Wade Jacobsen for his research project titled “School Suspension as a Turning Point.” Wade’s research is mentored by Professor Wayne Osgood.

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