The Work and Family Researchers Network is delighted to announce the recipient and honorable mention for 2022 The Kathleen Christensen Dissertation Award

Recipient: Vanessa Conzon, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

Honorable Mention: Shelia Hyde, University of Texas Arlington, USA

This award recognizes a recent graduate of a doctoral program who has already made a significant contribution to the work and family knowledge base. The Kathleen Christensen Dissertation Award has been created to encourage doctoral candidates and early career scholars to reach for/achieve high and rigorous standards of research relevant to the work and family area of study. It provides financial support to help a promising work-family scholar to initiate post-dissertation research.  This award is co-sponsored and co-selected by the Work and Family Researchers Network and the Society for Human Resource Management. This award is made possible by generous support from the Northrop Grumman Corporation, the Families and Work Institute, the SHRM Foundation, SHRM’s National Study of the Changing Workforce, and the Work and Family Researchers Network members. Read more at http://wfrn.org/christensen-award/.