SSHD Emerging Scholars Committee:
The goal of the SSHD Emerging Scholars (ES) Committee is to engage and support graduate students, post-doctoral researchers, and early career faculty interested in pursuing multidisciplinary research in human development across the life span. To support this goal, the committee focuses on linking emerging scholars to established faculty members of the Society both at the Biennial Meeting, and, in addition, through a variety of social networking and information sharing platforms (e.g., @SSHDNews). The ES Committee welcomes nominations of exceptional graduate students, post-doctoral researchers, and early career faculty from around the world who will represent the next cohort of multidisciplinary life-span researchers.
Parissa Ballard, PhD, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health and Society Scholar
Radoveta Dimitrova, postdoctoral researcher, University of Stockholm
G. John Geldhof, Assistant Professor, Oregon State University
Travis Marn, MEd, Graduate student, University of South Florida
Alan Meca, PhD, Instructor, Florida International University
Chris Napolitano, PhD, postdoctoral researcher, University of Zürich
Noah Webster, PhD, Assistant Research Scientist, University of Michigan
Please direct any questions to: Chris Napolitano
The Emerging Scholars Committee is committed to supporting diversity in the life span developmental / life course research community, and particularly encourages individuals from under-represented groups to inquire about joining.