Congratulations to Victoria Marino, Hillary Rouse, and Maureen Templeman on successfully defended their dissertations in June!
Congratulations to PhD students Victoria Marino, Hillary Rouse, and Maureen Templeman, who defended their dissertations in June!
Victoria has been a student with us since her time as an undergraduate student in our Aging Sciences program. Her dissertation, "Multidimensional Well-Being Across Time Scales in Caregivers and Non-Caregivers" was successfully defended on June 11. Victoria will move to Boston as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Lifespan Stress and Health at the VA Boston/Boston University.
Hillary Rouse's dissertation, "Early Indicators of Cognitive Dysfunction: The Role of Mild Behavioral Impairment" was successfully defended on June 25. Hillary is now working as a Clinical excellence lead at SiteRx.
Maureen Templeman’s dissertation, "Stressors, Resources, and Psychological Well-Being Among Working Black and White Caregivers in the United States" was successfully defended on June 25. Maureen will be moving to Springfield, Missouri to be an Assistant Professor of Gerontology in the Psychology Department at Missouri State University.