NIA Predoctoral Training Program (1T32AG033533)
Sponsored by NIA, CCPR training program "Economics and Demography of Aging Training" supports 6 predoctoral trainees each year for 5 years starting from 5/1/2011. NIA traineeships are intended to support training in the demography of aging, broadly defined. Examples of relevant areas of research include but are not limited to retirement, intergenerational relations, and life course processes in health, especially during old age.
The traineeships provide monthly stipend and support for tuition and training-related expenses. All trainees are required to pursue their training and related research on a full-time basis.
Selections of trainees for the following academic year are made every spring quarter. Solicitations for applications are distributed over CCPR and other mailing lists in Winter Quarter. Selections are announced at the beginning of June. Appointments are normally from September 1 to August 31 of the following year.
Current Trainees: 2012-2013
Mary Ann Bronson - Department of Economics
Sean Fahle - Department of Economics
Alexandra Dupont - Department of Psychology
Sarah Schlabach - Department of Sociology
Julia Simon Thomas - Department of Sociology
Frederick Harig - Department of Community Health Sciences
- Sean Fahle - Department of Economics
- Kenneth Mirkin - Department of Economics
- Joel Moore - Department of Economics
- Jacqueline Torres - Department of Community Health Science
- Jenjira Yahirun - Department of Sociology