Ms. Danielle Crimmins and Dr. Kate Siegfried-Spellar won best paper at the International Organization of Social Sciences and Behavioral Research (IOSSBR) conference. Ms. Crimmins was an undergraduate student in the Criminal Justice department who graduated in 2012. Through an independent study course Ms. Crimmins and Dr. Siegfried-Spellar worked on a paper that resulted in a publication: “Peer Attachment, Sexual Experiences, & Risky Online Behaviors as Predictors of Sexting Behaviors among Undergraduate Students.” Ms. Crimmins presented the co-authored paper at the IOSSBR conference held in Las Vegas on October 13-14, 2014.
In the Media
The analysis has also identified explicit name-calling and the infantilization of older adults for their vulnerability to COVID-19…Age discrimination therefore occurs on multiple levels for older adults who will continue to bear the brunt of COVID-19 in terms of social burdens and body counts as the pandemic continues its grim march across the globe.