According to the Institute for Social Research (ISR), the Robert Kahn Fellowship for the Scientific Study of Social Issues “[provides] dissertation support for one doctoral candidate each year from the University of Michigan community who is committed to using empirical science to help solve the deep and abiding challenges confronting society. The Fellowship [is] awarded to the candidate whose research gives most promise of dealing innovatively with some major social problem.” Sara Stein, a PhD student in Psychology and Social Work, won the fellowship based on her proposal titled “Towards Intentional Relational Well-Being: Syndemic Contributions of Mental Health, Trauma Exposure, and Sociodemographic Factors to Risk for Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) Victimization.”