We are seeking to recruit one doctoral student in sociology to work on a collaborative NIH NIA R01 research grant entitled: Area-level Socio-economic Conditions and Individual-level Health and Mortality: Exploring Place-Based Mechanisms and Individual-level Psychosocial Processes. The student will work under the direction of Dr. Sara Grineski in Sociology at the University of Utah, alongside a research team that includes Dr. David Curtis, Dr. Dennis Wei and Dr. Yue Zhang (all at University of Utah), Dr. Ming Wen at Hong King University, and other RAs and post-docs at both institutions. They will also be an affiliate with the Center for Natural and Technological Hazards at the University of Utah.
A 1U4U initiative funded project "Testing of an indoor climbing program to promote physical, mental, and social well-being for college students." We are recruiting participants for this study. The research team consists of the investigators below and ten research assistants. We would like to promote the health and well-being of college students through this and future studies. Akiko Kamimura, PhD & Max Coleman, PhD - Sociology Jeff Rose, PhD - Park, Recreation & Tourism Kathy Francheck-Roa, MD - Pediatrics Tim Brusseau, PhD - Health & Kinesiology Xiaoming Sheng, PhD - Nursing