The APLUS Research Award

Designed to promote multidisciplinary research and policy discourse on the financial well-being of young adults through scholarly publications.

This competitive award provides emerging scholars with financial support and mentoring to develop, present, and publish a manuscript using the APLUS data.

Award Funding provided by Dr. Soyeon Shim, Ted Kellner Bascom Professor and Dean, Human Ecology, University of Wisconsin-Madison


Congratulations to the Recipients of the
2017 APLUS Research Award!

 
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Trajectories of financial capability and their associations with financial stability and  
life decisions in young adulthood: A longitudinal investigation of APLUS project

 
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Sun Young Ahn
Assistant Professor
Washington College
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Dayoung Bae
Postdoctoral Research Associate
University of Georgia
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The Effect of Debt on Young Adult Well-being and Life Course Transitions
APLUS Research Award Proposal Submission

 
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Katrina Cherney
Doctoral Candidate
McGill University
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David Rothwell
Assistant Professor
Oregon State University
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A longitudinal study of antecedents and evolution of financial overconfidence among young adults

 
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Melody Harvey
Doctoral Candidate
Pardee Rand
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Jeremy Burke
Research Scientist
University of Southern California’
Center for Economic and Social Research
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A Developmental Examination of Financial Parenting and Financial Self-Efficacy during the Transition to Adulthood:
A Cross-Lagged Model

 
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Jessica Rudi
Research Specialist
University of Minnesota
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How does perceived financial well-being vary with funding options used to pay for college?

 
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Robin Henager Greene
Assistant Professor
Whitworth University School of Business
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Sophia Anong
Associate Professor (7/1/2018)
University of Georgia
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Financial education and financial literacy: Longitudinal and mediation analysis

 
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Travis Mountain
Assistant Professor
Virginia Tech
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Namhoon Kim
Doctoral Candidate
Virginia Tech
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