Society 2030 presents graduate student competition awards

 

Society 2030 steering committee members Wayne R. McCullough (left) and Toni C. Antonucci (right) present the award to Stephanie M. Carpenter and David M. K. Knapp (center). Photo by Eva Menezes.

Society 2030 steering committee members Wayne R. McCullough (left) and Toni C. Antonucci (right) present the award to Stephanie M. Carpenter and David M. K. Knapp (center) during a Society 2030 meeting on March 19. Click image for larger view. Photo by Eva Menezes.

David M. K. Knapp, a doctoral student in Economics, and Stephanie M. Carpenter, a joint doctoral student in Marketing and Social Psychology, have won the first annual Society 2030 Graduate Student Competition. The competition awards projects that address and offer solutions to problems facing society in 2030.

Knapp won first place for his project “A Nudge to Improve Retirement Planning Through Social Security.” Carpenter won second place for “The Positive Consequences of Diminished Inhibitory Control Across the Consumer Lifespan.” Learn more about the winning projects on the Society 2030 website.

The Society 2030 Consortium brings together U-M researchers and corporate leaders to prepare for society’s changing demographic reality.

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