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The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has awarded a 30-month renewal grant to Jacquelyn James for the purpose of continuing to build a multi-disciplinary research network on the study of aging and work.

 

9 November 2015—The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has awarded a 30-month renewal grant to Jacquelyn James, co-director of the Center on Aging & Work, for the purpose of continuing to build a multi-disciplinary research network on the study of aging and work.

 

photo of Jackie James

We are pleased to announce that the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has awarded a 30-month renewal grant to Jacquelyn James, co-director of the Center on Aging & Work, for the purpose of continuing to build a multi-disciplinary research network on the study of aging and work.  The grant will support two face-to-face meetings of the Network, a series of webinars, virtual meetings, and other recruitment efforts; and newsletters and questionnaires for quality communication with members.