Each year, the Center for Families supports the work of faculty and students conducting family research across campus. CFF works to improve the quality of life for families by providing research to employers, policymakers, human service professionals, and extension educators and specialists, to help them work more
Center for Families Advisory Council member, Candice Lange, is now the director of the Jane Brock-Wilson Women in Management Center in the Krannert School of Management.
Center for Families, in partnership with Sagamore Institute, have invited researchers from around the state to provide insight into critical issues facing Indiana families from infants and children to the aging and elderly.
This month the Center for Families founding donor, Lorene Burkhart, is celebrating her birthday! Since 1994, Lorene’s gift to CFF has made a difference in the lives of families by impacting policy and legislation, creating new knowledge, and supporting communities.
A $4.8 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. will help support the Military Family Research Institute at Purdue University as it works to improve the lives of members of the military, veterans and their families.
Members of the Wisconsin Legislature honored the career of Karen Bogenschneider with a joint resolution for her outstanding service to Wisconsin, her leadership of the nonpartisan Wisconsin Family Impact Seminars and her stellar academic career. CFF also wish Karen success and happiness
SPEAK MODalities (autism therapy applications SPEAKall! and SPEAKmore!) wins the 2017 Edison Gold Award for Language Learning Products, the Milken Family Foundation Grand Prize and the ChanceLight Behavioral Health and Education Prize. Congratulations Dr. Oliver Wendt (Center for Families 2012
Dr. Karen Foli, School of Nursing, has been awarded the Lorene Burkhart Award for Excellence in Research about Families. Foli’s article “Post-adoption depression: Parental classes of depressive symptoms across time”, co-written with Dr. Susan South, Dr. Eunjung Lim, and Amber Jarnecke, was selected
Since 1994, the Center for Families has supported family research at Purdue University. This funding is possible due to the generosity of CFF advocates and donors. Learn more about the CFF funding program and read about past funding recipients. CFF is