Partner Violence
  • Article
  • Jul 18 2023

A new study conducted by a group of researchers has found that people who experience interpersonal violence or child abuse face a more than 20% increased risk of developing diabetes.

  • Podcast
  • Mar 30 2023

On this episode of ‘Behind the Blue’, Dean Heather Bush (College of Public Health) talks about her journey from statistics to public health, the variety of disciplines in the college and how their work impacts our daily lives, and what the College has planned for the 2023 National Public Health Week coming up April 3-9.

  • Article
  • Dec 20 2022

Center for Research on Violence Against Women Director Ann Coker, Ph.D., provides answers to scenarios that may come up during the holidays and strategies to handle them.

  • Article
  • Dec 8 2021

College of Social Work study showed Black survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV) receive less workplace support than their White counterparts.

  • Article
  • Nov 10 2021

A new program supported by the UK’s Center for Research on Violence Against Women (CRVAW) and Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) will provide seed funding for research projects that address violence against women.

  • Article
  • Sep 20 2021

This year’s Campus Responses to Sexual Misconduct conference, held virtually Sept. 30-Oct. 1, focuses on interventions designed to change campus culture.

  • Article
  • Apr 8 2021

The series features presentations by endowed faculty and staff covering a range of topics including intimate partner psychological abuse, financial abuse and the reported increase in intimate partner violence during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Article
  • Oct 14 2020

“We were pleased at the quality of the proposals we received but two proposals stood out that had strong methodology, existing expertise and potential to grow into larger research projects that were ultimately selected for funding,” said Diane Follingstad, director of CRVAW.

  • Article
  • Jul 1 2020

“The significance of addressing health and other inequities has never been greater,” said Nancy Schoenberg, CHET director. “While we received numerous rigorous proposals, these projects stood out for their capacity to employ stellar research approaches to make impactful change."

  • Article
  • Oct 26 2018

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, an opportunity for individuals to think about their role in ending intimate partner violence in our communities.