Resources for Students
2010 IPRC Student Small Grant Recipients
Ashley Brooks, doctoral student in the Department of Health
Behavior and Health Education for research on: The trajectories of
Adolescent Dating Abuse Perpetration and Victimization: The Impact
of Pubertal Timing and the Role of Peer Context.
Short-term Special Project for a graduate student at the North Carolina Injury and Violence Prevention Branch (IVPB)
The North Carolina Injury and Violence Prevention Branch (IVPB) within the Division of Public Health seeks assistance with increasing its capacity to use policy as a public health intervention. This is a great opportunity that could be translated into master's thesis project and/or other school related needs.
Doctoral and Post-Doctoral Fellowships for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect
The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago, a research center focused on child and family policy, have launched the Doris Duke Fellowships for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect for doctoral and dissertation students. The new program aims to identify and nurture promising leaders in child abuse prevention.
2009 Susan P. Baker Award Recipient
IPRC is pleased to announce the winner of the Susan P. Baker Paper Prize to Heath Luz McNaughton Reyes for her paper entitled /Alcohol Use of Dating Violence Perpetration during Adolescence: Exposure to Family, Peer and Neighborhoods Violence as Moderators/. Heathe is a recent graduate of the Department of Health Behavior and Health Education in the Gillings School of Global Public Health.