Spring 2005 IBS News Archive

Kathleen Tierney has been chosen to lead a study of "societal issues associated with terrorism in the U.S." as part of $12 million grant from Homeland Security Department.


Kathleen Tierney spoke about her research on disasters (earthquakes, hurricanes, and terrorist attacks) Thursday, February 10, 2005 at the Koenig Alumni Association. Her talk "The Truth about Homeland Security" was part of the Newsworthy@CU series sponsored by the CU Alumni Association.


Richard Jessor has been selected as the recipient of the Society for Adolescent Medicine's most prestigious award, the Outstanding Achievement in Adolescent Medicine Award, for 2005. The society is a multidisciplinary organization of professionals committed to improving the physical and psychosocial health and well-being of all adolescents. The Outstanding Achievement Award in Adolescent Medicine was established in 1981. The intent of this award is to recognize individuals nationally and internationally for their commitment to improving health and health care resources for adolescents and young adults. Although all recipients to-date have been members of the Society, awards are made irrespective of membership. Jessor will be presented this award at the society's annual meeting in Los Angeles on Friday, April 1, 2005.


The Population Aging Center hosted the Third Annual Wits-Brown-Colorado-APHRC Colloquium on Emerging Population Issues, April 3-April 5, 2005.  (Program)