Kenneth Ferraro selected for Purdue’s 2018 Lu Ann Aday Award
Kenneth Ferraro, Distinguished Professor of Sociology and director of the Center on Aging and the Life Course in the College of Liberal Arts, and NACDA's previous resident scientist (1998-2002), has been chosen as the 2018 Lu Ann Aday Award recipient. Check out the article!
"One of Purdue University’s top three research honors, the Lu Ann Aday Award is designated for exceptional work in the humanities and social sciences.
Ferraro is being honored for his innovative work and impactful contributions to the fields of sociology and gerontology."
May 14, 2018