Matthew Fullen, Education, published “Defining Wellness in Older Adulthood: Toward a Comprehensive Framework,” Journal of Counseling & Development 97.1 (2019): 62–74, for which he was awarded a 2019 Bronze Innovative Research on Aging Award by Mather LifeWays Institute on Aging. In addition, he published “The Current State of Gerontological Counseling Research: A 26-Year Content Analysis,” Journal of Counseling & Development 97.4 (2019): 387– 97, with Sean Gorby, Christian D. Chan, Robert A. Dobmeier, and Justin Jordan. Fullen also was awarded a grant of $49,996 from Mather LifeWays for the project titled “Identifying Next Practices for Older Adult Engagement in Wellness Practices” as Co-Principal Investigator with Philip Clarke from Wake Forest University.