Richard Settersten, 2021 University Distinguished Professor of Human Development and Head of the School of Social and Behavioral Health Sciences in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences will share his research regarding human development and the sociological imagination. Holder of the Barbara E. Knudson Endowed Chair in Family Policy, he is an internationally recognized expert in the field of human development and one of the leading life course scholars in the world. His book, Not Quite Adults, is a seminal work on the modern transition to adulthood. His new book, Living on the Edge, reveals how members of the 1900 generation navigated the revolutionary changes of the 20th century, bringing significant lessons for lives today. He is the recipient of the 2019 Distinguished Lifetime Career Award by the Society for the Study of Human Development, a leading U.S. professional organization in his field.
Wednesday, May 5 at 5:30pm to 6:30pmVirtual Event