Hartford Doctoral Fellows Program
Funded by the John A. Hartford Foundation
Administered by the Gerontological Society of America
The Hartford Doctoral Fellows Program prepares the next generation of social-work innovators and leaders for faculty positions in CSWE-accredited institutions. If you’re looking to fill such a position, please give serious consideration to this talented pool of individuals.
Click on a Fellow’s name to see his or her curriculum vitae as a PDF. Or, if you prefer a compiled list of curricula vitae for all of the Fellows, click here.
Please feel free to contact them directly should you desire to set up an interview.
2011 Hartford Doctoral Fellows
Louanne Bakk, MSW
Michigan State University School of Social Work
Dissertation title: Gender and Racial Disparities in Cost-Related Medication Nonadherence: The Effect of Medicare Part D and Factors Impacting Compliance Among Older Women and Blacks
Tamara J. Cadet, MPH, MSW
Simmons College School of Social Work
Dissertation Title: Exploring Psychosocial Factors and Cancer Screening: A Comparison of Older Hispanic and Non-Hispanic White Women
Ernest Gonzales, MSSW
Washington University in St. Louis
George Warren Brown School of Social Work
Dissertation title: Re-entering the workforce after retirement
Kristen A. Gustavson, LCSW, PhD
University of California, Berkeley
Dissertation title: Late Life Depressed Mood: Crafting Meaning from Experience and Knowledge
Lydia P. Ogden, LCSW, MSW, M.Phil.
Dissertation title: Surviving Cumulative Adversities: Understanding the Experiences of Older Adults with Schizophrenia through Life History Narrative Analysis
Tam E. Perry, MSSW, MA
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Dissertation title: Leaving home in late life: Negotiating moves among older adults and their networks in the Mid-western United States
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August 16, 2011