Student Seminar Series (2021-2022)
All meetings are from 12-1 p.m.
Meeting 1 (8/26) Minding the Gatekeepers: Referral and Recruitment of Postpartum Mothers with Depression into a Randomized Controlled Trial of a Mobile Internet Parenting Intervention to Improve Mood and Optimize Infant Social Communication Outcomes (Kathleen Baggett, School of Public Health)
Meeting 2 (9/23) Preventing Child Maltreatment among Infants Discharged from the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) (Rachel Culbreth, Department of Respiratory Therapy)
Meeting 3 (10/28) Associations between childhood maltreatment and educational, health and economic outcomes among middle-aged Chinese: The moderating role of relative poverty (Xiangming Fang, School of Public Health)
*Meeting 4 (11/18) Community-engaged research in violence prevention (Elizabeth Mosley, School of Public Health)
Meeting 5 (1/27) TBD (Melissa Osbourne, School of Nursing)
Meeting 6 (2/24) Adaptation and implementation of the SafeCare parenting model in refugee community (Dan Whitaker, School of Public Health)
Meeting 7 (3/24) TBD (Callie Burt, Department of Criminology)
**Meeting 8 (4/28) National Center for Child Trafficking (Shannon Self-Brown, School of Public Health)
*3rd Thursday of the month
** Time for this seminar will be from 11-12
The Center supports a monthly seminar series for students that covers a range of topics relevant to the etiology, prevention, and/or reduction of interpersonal violence. Seminars are led by Center faculty who each present on topics in their areas of expertise, such that across the year, students are exposed to a broad scope of violence research. Seminars will be held on the last Thursday of each month from 12-1 p.m.