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Congratulations to Kristin Buss on being named the Tracy Winfree and Ted H. McCourtney Professor in Children, Work, and Families

Kristin Buss, head of the Department of Psychology in the Penn State College of the Liberal Arts, has been named the Tracy Winfree and Ted H. McCourtney Professor in Children, Work, and Families.
Congratulations to Kristin Buss on being named the Tracy Winfree and Ted H. McCourtney Professor in Children, Work, and Families

Kristin Buss, Ph.D.

Kristin Buss, head of the Department of Psychology in the Penn State College of the Liberal Arts, has been named the Tracy Winfree and Ted H. McCourtney Professor in Children, Work, and Families.

“I came to Penn State because it is one of the best places in the world to be a developmental scientist,” said Buss, who, among her other accomplishments, was instrumental in establishing Parents And Children Together (PACT), a university-community partnership and research initiative that works to promote the health and well-being of children, youth and families from diverse backgrounds in the greater Harrisburg area.

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