The Women's Lifespan Development Research Lab
The Women’s Lifespan Development Research Lab was established in 2019 by Dr. Mary A. Hermann. Lab faculty provide research mentorship to graduate students interested in this line of research. Research projects include studies about girls' psychosocial development, the experiences of women in college, the experiences of mothers, the experiences of women in middle adulthood, the experiences of women in late adulthood, and the experiences of working women.
The Women's Lifespan Development Research Lab mission
To promote further understanding of the experiences of girls and women and to advocate for social justice. Though the primary focus of the lab is women’s experiences, researchers also seek to advance understanding of the experiences of people across the gender spectrum.