de Tornyay Center for Healthy Aging


2003 - 2004 Scholars

The de Tornyay Center and Aljoya Healthy Aging Scholars at the May 2004 Scholars Presentations and Reception event

Below is a list of scholarship recipients for the 2003-2004 academic year and their research topics. 




Faculty Mentor

Victoria Rose BrunetteAssisting the Family Caregiver: Providing Care for the Older Adult Desiring Hospice in the HomeBasia Belza
 Daniel DingleA Review of Acupuncture Research in the Treatment of Heart Disease in the ElderlyJane Cornman
 Elizabeth Ann DunnThe Health Benefits of Yoga for Aging AdultsCathryn Booth-LaForce
 Stephanie GrompeDepression and Pleasant Events in Assisted Living Residents with DementiaRebecca Logsdon
 Ingrid Chrie LanderthDepression and Older AdultsMarilynn Albert
 Karen Ann LasotaDeclining Social Connections and Friendships in Older AdultsMarie-Annette Brown
 Kara Anne MullaneDietary Fiber Intake and Its Relation to Predominant Stool Pattern in Women with Irritable Bowel SyndromeMonica Jarrett
 Susan RudolphStroke Knowledge in SeniorsEleanor Bond
 Saroj Bala SivaramakrishnanHealthy Aging among U.S. LatinosAnnie Bruck
Pat OlsenParticipant Evaluation of the Community-Based Health Enhancement ProgramSuzanne Sikma
 Diana L. SchaeferThe Lived Experience of Caregiving in the Cultural Context of the Vietnamese Immigrant Community among Older Vietnamese CaregiversMarjorie Muecke
 Elena SiegelA Descriptive Study of Licensed Nurse-Nursing Assistant Communication: Managing Care of Older Adults in Long Term Care Settings

Heather Young

Tsae-Jyy "Tiffany" WangAquatic Exercise to Improve Function in Older Adults with OsteoarthritisBasia Belza