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2016/2017 Research Assistantships Awarded

Alyssa Jones, Department of Psychology.  The Mary Byron Scholars Program is supporting Alyssa's work with Dr. Christal Badour on developing a comprehensive model of emotional experience and emotion regulation among female victims of interpersonal violence.

LaKeysha Singleton, College of Law: LaKeysha is employed within the OPSVAW as a Research Assistant to Executive Director Carol E. Jordan to assist with a research project related to the mandatory reporting of crime and abuse.

 

2016/2017 Graduate Fellowships Awarded

Steven Kaiser, Department of Political Science. The OPSVAW Graduate Fellowship supports Steven's work entitled Beyond Conventional Measures Endorsement of Intimate Partner Violence and Attitudes Toward Rape Victims.

 

 

2016 Supplemental Awards

Eteri Tsintsadze-Maass, Department of Political Science:  The OPSVAW Graduate Fellowship supports Etuni’s work on the association of democratic institutions and women’s rights, specifically including violence against women.

Sarah Beth Bell, Department of Psychology: The OPSVAW Research Assistantship supports Sarah Beth’s work on the use of the PR-A paradigm to study aggressive behavior.

 

2015/2016 Graduate Fellowships Awarded

Ellen Stone, Department of Psychology: The OPSVAW Graduate Fellowship supports Ellen's work on the role of sexualized stereotypes in sexual harassment, dating violence, and rape.

Dakota Thomas, Department of Political Science:  The OPSVAW Graduate Fellowship supports Dakota's international work on how women's suffrage affects trends in violence against women and broader trends of democratic instability.

Lisa Schroot, Department of English & the Department of Gender & Women's Studies: The OPSVAW Graduate Fellowships supports Lisa's work on rape culture in American literature and society.

 

2014/2015 Graduate Fellowships Awarded

Kathleen Clark, Department of Political Science:  The OPSVAW Graduate Fellowship supports Katie's work that examines how sexual violence during conflict (war) contributes to negative political outcomes on post-civil conflict society.

Kellie Lynch, Department of Psychology:  The Mary Byron Scholars stipend supports Kelly’s research program involving application of applied psychosocial theory to perceptions of rape and victim blaming.

Jenna Jewell, Department of Psychology:  The Mary Byron Scholars stipend supports Jenna’s research program on adolescents’ perceptions of gender-based teasing, bullying, and rejection within their middle school classrooms; and on the negative mental health outcomes that are a result of the victimization experienced by gender atypical adolescents.

 

2014/15 Graduate Research Assistantships Awarded

Molly Coffey, College of Law:  Molly was employed within the OPSVAW as a Research Assistant to Executive Director Carol E. Jordan during the summer and fall of 2014 to assist with projects on civil orders of protection and other legal topics.  

 

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