Leadership in 1984–85

Sharon Price

1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 Sharon Price (PhD, Iowa State University) became the 42nd President of NCFR. She is a Professor Emerita and former Department Head in the Department of Child and Family Development at the University of Georgia. She was also on the faculties of Gerontology and Women’s Studies and has published extensively in professional journals. She and Patrick McKenry coauthored and coedited Divorce, Families and Change: Coping with Stressful Events and Transitions and Families Across Time: A Life Course Perspective. Her research focused on the study of widows who live on family farms. She has won several teaching awards, including the Osborne Award, and the highest honor for teaching at the University of Georgia, the Josiah Meigs Award. She is active in several professional organizations and has served in many capacities.

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 In her Presidential Address, “Alpha and Omega,” she made the following comments:

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 NCFR has been and will continue to be significant to the professional growth of its members and to myriad other individuals and organizations interested in and concerned with people and families. Just as the frailty of the dollar impacts on the economy of individual families and affects every fiber of their relations with each other and their world, so too is this a crucial period in the life of the NCFR and its future. As families who face reality muster their resources to face the issue realistically, so too, I call upon all of you to be of help in the month ahead to balance NCFR’s fiscal future.


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