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  • Congratulations to Prof. Christie Sennott on receiving the 2014 Purdue Center for Families Award for Excellence in Family Research for her paper, "Low-Income Women's Navigation of Childbearing Norms Throughout the Reproductive Life Course.".
  • Prof. Brian Kelly was appointed to the Scientific Advisory Board for the U.S. National Drug Early Warning System.
  • Sociology Ph.D. student Yosef Yang wins the 2014 Martin Levine Student Paper Prize from the American Sociological Association's Sociologist AIDS Network
  • Prof. Mike Vuolo was elected as a Council Member for the American Sociological Association's Section on Alcohol, Drugs, & Tobacco
  • CRYPH Symposium: On Friday April 10th, Prof. Brooke Wells, Ph.D. of the City University of New York will speak about Conflict Motivation Theory and its application to the study of drinking and sexual health
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Welcome to CRYPH

The Center for Research on Young People's Health brings together scholars with interests in the social, psychological, and cultural influences of health among adolescents and young adults. The Center is an emerging site of innovative research, student training, and networking within this substantive area. The Center serves as a site of project development in the area of young people's health and facilitates collaborations among social and behavioral scientists across the university.