Aprile Benner Receives Early Career Award
Posted: February 27, 2013
Aprile Benner, Assistant Professor of Human Development and Family Sciences and PRC Faculty Research Associate, has received the 2013 Early Career Research Contribution Award from Society for Research in Child Development. The award is given to individuals who have distinguished themselves as emerging scientists and scholars as evidenced through research, publications, and other scholarly activity. The award includes these three contributions:
- For elucidating the complex ways in which schools serve as developmental ecologies;
- For integrating psychological, sociological, and educational perspectives and methods in policy-oriented research on adolescent development;
- For demonstrating innovation in the conceptualization and operationalization of the dynamic and contextualized nature of children’s and adolescents’ developmental pathways.
Congratulations to Dr. Benner.