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Carlyn Vogel successfully defends dissertation

Carly Vogel defends her dissertation

Carlyn Vogel, PhD successfully defended her dissertation titled, "Assisted Living Administrators’ Perspectives of How COVID-19 Affected Direct Care Staff." Vogel’s dissertation major professor was Debra Dobbs, PhD. Her committee included Lindsay Peterson,  PhD; Hongdao Meng, MD, MPH, PhD; and Victor Molinari, PhD, ABPP from the School of Aging Studies; MingYang Li, PhD from the College of Engineering; and outside chair Nan Sook Park, PhD, MSW from the School of Social Work. Vogel expects to graduate Dec. 10. Congratulations, Dr. Carly Vogel! 

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