Student Seminar Series
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.
Center for Research on Interpersonal Violence (2018-2019)
All meetings are from 12-1 p.m.
Meeting 1 (8/30) Introduction to the Seminar Series, Validity of Laboratory Research (Dominic Parrott, Psychology)
Meeting 2 (9/27) How #metoo changes research (Sarah L. Cook, Department of Psychology)
Meeting 3 (10/25) Alcohol-related violence among youth in Uganda (Monica Swahn, Public Health)
Meeting 4 (11/29) The measurement and modeling of population heterogeneity in violence and victimization using data from multiple sources as multiple levels (Katherine Masyn, School of Public Health)
Meeting 5 (1/31) Biosocial Underpinnings of Recurring Victimization (Leah E. Daigle, Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology)
Meeting 6 (2/28) Real world implementation and implementation/dissemination research (Dan Whitaker, School of Public Health)
Meeting 7 (3/28) A public health approach to improving evidence-based practices for youth impacted by child maltreatment (Shannon Self-Brown, School of Public Health)
Meeting 8 (4/25) Topic TBA