THE COHORT FOUR FELLOWS 2014–2016
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
PhD, Social Work, University of Maryland-Baltimore
Working to understand factors related to organizational fidelity to a child maltreatment prevention program.
University of California-San Francisco
PhD, Clinical Psychology, University of Oregon
Working to interrupt intergenerational transmissions of maltreatment via trauma informed, attachment-based, community-building, prenatal and perinatal group interventions.
University of Alabama
PhD, Social Work, The Florida State University
Focusing on the intersection of disability and child well-being to inform policy and practice through a social justice lens.
University of Iowa
PhD, Social Welfare, The University of Kansas
Preventing child abuse and neglect by boosting families' financial certainty and positive parenting strategies.
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
PhD, Special Education, University of Illinois
Supporting the well-being of young children with disabilities (birth-8 years old) and their families.
Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago
PhD, Social Welfare, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Promoting family economic security and well-being through applied research and governmental partnerships.
Center for Racial Justice in Education
PhD candidate, Social Policy, Brandeis University
Utilizing participatory action research to advance racial equity in the early childhood teaching workforce.
MS, Criminal Justice and Criminology, Georgia State University
Using data to drive strategies to combat human trafficking and elevating survivors' voices and experiences throughout the research process.
PolicyLab at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
DrPH, Public Health, Johns Hopkins University
Using health services research and program evaluation to identify opportunities for strengthening maltreatment prevention programming.
PhD, Social Work, Boston University
Advancing scientific knowledge related to evidence-based preventive interventions designed to improve the health and well-being of vulnerable children, youth and families.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
PhD, Clinical Psychology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Integrating research, practice, and policy to improve the lives of vulnerable children and families.