Professor Michael Jenuwine received the 2011 Rodney F. Ganey, Ph.D., Faculty Community-Based Research Award April 11.
The award is given each year by Notre Dame’s Center for Social Concerns to a faculty member who completes a research project that addresses a need within South Bend or the surrounding area.
Professor Jenuwine was honored for conducting the first study of guardianship cases that has ever been done in Indiana and thereby making possible significant improvements in the state’s guardianship legislation.
A short video describing Professor Jenuwine’s research is available here.
More information about Professor Michael Jenuwine is available here.
More information about the Center for Social Concerns is available here.