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Angelevska, KristinaAngelevska, Kristinaangelevska.kristina@gmail.comProgram Assistant, Macedonian-American Alumni Associationhttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Angelevska_Kristina_GBV_2022.jpg
Blewitt, BaileyBlewitt, Bailey<p>​Bailey Blewitt is currently a sophomore from Georgetown, DE. She is pursuing a Dual B.A. in Psychology and Women and Gender Studies with a concentration in Domestic Violence Prevention Services, with an additional Minor in Human Development and Family Sciences. She is an undergraduate researcher at the Center for the Study and Prevention of Gender Based Violence where she assists with a variety of research projects and initiatives. Her current research interests include dynamics of institutional betrayal and the impact on marginalized racial groups and individuals.​<br></p>bblewitt@udel.eduUndergraduate student majoring in Psychology, Women and Gender Studies with DVPS Concentration, Minor in Human Development and Family Scienceshttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Bailey Blewitt.jpg
Brewer-Smyth, KathleenBrewer-Smyth, Kathleen<p>​Kathleen Brewer-Smyth, PhD, RN, MSN, CRRN, FAAN completed a master's degree, PhD, and postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania where she studied primarily neuroscience nursing, victimology, and forensic neuroscience. She is a neuroscience nurse specialist, board certified rehabilitation registered nurse (CRRN) and associate professor in the School of Nursing where she teaches neuroscience nursing and conducts research that involves neuroscience and life-long bio-behavioral health outcomes of the cycle of trauma, abuse, and violence that often begins in childhood. She has published and presented extensively on these topics. She is the author of Adverse Childhood Experiences: The Neuroscience of Trauma, Resilience and Healing throughout the Life Course.   ISBN 978-3-031-08800-1  ISBN 978-3-031-08801-8 (eBook) <a href="https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-08801-8"> </a><a href="https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-08801-8">https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-08801-8</a> published by Springer Nature.  She was awarded the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses Doctorate-Prepared Researcher Award for her work that has been referenced by scholars and policymakers worldwide. She was inducted as a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing (FAAN) because of the global impact of her work.​<br></p>kbsmyth@udel.eduhttps://www.udel.edu/academics/colleges/chs/departments/son/facultykathleen-brewer-smyth/Associate Professor, School of Nursinghttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Kathleen Brewer-Smyth.jpg
Camphausen, LaurenCamphausen, Lauren<p>​Lauren Camphausen is the program manager for the Master of Public Health program at the University of Delaware where she supports program development, continuous improvement and recruitment and academic success of program students. Prior to joining the University of Delaware, Lauren worked for over ten years in the field of domestic violence, providing leadership and ingenuity to Delaware's nationally-recognized gender-based violence prevention efforts. In this work, Lauren served as lead evaluator on Delaware's CDC-funded domestic violence prevention project and later served as the project principle investigator/project director and as director of prevention at the Delaware Coalition Against Domestic Violence. <br></p>campl@udel.eduMPH Program Manager, Epidemiology, University of Delawarehttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Camphausen_Lauren_GBV_2022.png
Cantalupo, Nancy ChiCantalupo, Nancy Chi<p>​<span lang="EN">Professor Cantalupo is a nationally-recognized scholar and expert on Title IX, sexual harassment, and gender-based violence in education.  Her scholarship draws from her over 25 years of anti-campus sexual harassment and gender-based violence work as a researcher, campus administrator, victims’ advocate, attorney, and policymaker and focuses on the use of law to combat discriminatory violence, particularly gender-based violence. </span>​<br></p>cantalun@georgetown.eduhttps://law.wayne.edu/profile/hj2619Associate Professor of Law Sexual Harassment and Gender-Based Violence Law, California Western School of Lawhttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Cantalupo_Nancy_GVB_2022.png
Cortina, HannahCortina, Hannah<p>Hannah is a Ph.D. candidate in the Criminology department at UD. She predominately study prisons and how incarceration affects in-prison experiences and recidivism upon release. She is interested in how correctional treatment programs, correctional policy and correctional culture impact how people respond to their incarceration. Hannah is currently a research assistant at the Center for Drug and Health Studies where she is the project director of the first randomized control trial of CBI:CC inside prisons. As an RA at CDHS, she also assists on other projects which include qualitative and aggregate level data.<br></p>hcortina@udel.eduCriminology/Sociology Experiences of incarceration, correctional treatment programs, multi-method studies, reentry, University of Delawarehttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Cortina_Hannah_GBV_2022.png
Corwin, DavidCorwin, David<p>​David Corwin is an instructor and associate director LGBTQ Studies, feminist and queer theory, television studies, friendship studies and rhetoric, critical trauma studies and rhetoric, ecofeminism at George Mason University. David holds a B.A. in English and Humanities from Milligan College and an MAIS in Women and Gender Studies and an MA in English literature, both from Mason. They are also currently a doctoral candidate in the Writing and Rhetoric Program at Mason, where their dissertation research looks at the rhetoric of trauma and friendships in Post 2010 television.  They currently serve as a faculty member in Women and Gender Studies and the School of Integrative Studies at George Mason University where they also serve as the associate director for Women and Gender Studies. ​<br></p>dcorwin@gmu.eduhttps://wmst.gmu.edu/people/dcorwinInstructor and Associate Director LGBTQ Studies, George Mason Universityhttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Corwin_David_GBV_2022.jpg
Deng, MaggieDeng, Maggie<p>​Miaomiao (Maggie) Deng (she/her/hers) is a Master's student at the University of Delaware, majoring in Statistics. A proud Blue Hen, she also completed her undergraduate studies at UD, earning a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics. She is actively engaged as a Data Analyst at the center, where she focuses on gender-based violence and the rights of Asian and Asian-American women. Maggie's work is driven by her dedication to these critical issues, aiming to contribute valuable insights through her statistical expertise. She is expected to graduate with her Master's degree in May 2024, continuing to bridge her statistics skills with sociology research.​<br></p>Master’s student in the Department of Applied Economics & Statisticshttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Maggie Deng.jpeg
Fleury-Steiner, RuthFleury-Steiner, Ruth<p>​302-831-8560​​<br></p>rfs@udel.eduhttps://www.cehd.udel.edu/faculty-bio/ruth-e-fleury-steiner/Associate Professor, Human Development and Family Scienceshttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/FleurySteiner_Ruth_GBV_2022.jpg
Foltz, KatelynFoltz, Katelyn<p>​Katelyn Foltz (she/her/hers) earned her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Global Studies: Securities and Justice from the University of Virginia in 2018. She earned her Master of Arts in Sociology at George Mason University in 2020. Her thesis, “The United States' History of Unsportsmanlike Conduct & the Portrayal of Colin Kaepernick: How the Culture Surrounding Football Reinforces the White Supremacist Patriarchy & Nationalism," used content analysis, ethnography and interviews to demonstrate how the culture surrounding football reinforces ideas of white paternalism and hegemonic masculinity. Currently, she is pursuing her Ph.D. in Sociology at the University of Maryland – College Park. Her research is focusing on the media coverage of WNBA and MNBA athletes' involvement in Black Lives Matter protests during the Summer of 2020.​<br></p>kfoltz@umd.eduhttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/foltz.jpg
Hattery, Angela J.Hattery, Angela J.<p><a href="/_layouts/15/FIXUPREDIRECT.ASPX?uid=ahattery&Name=Angela+Hattery&WebId=a6bbfd6c-c2c1-4e3a-b41f-f2a728bcf93c&TermSetId=076c452c-c955-44a3-a5c6-6aa912465a97&TermId=47a6c055-4e5f-470e-8814-04bbb0c10bf0&UrlSuffix=ahattery" target="_blank">​Angela J. Hattery</a> is a professor of Women and Gender Studies and co-director of the Center for the Study and Prevention of Gender-Based Violence at the University of Delaware.</p><p>She is the author of 11 books, including her most recent book, <em>Gender, Power and Violence: Responding to Intimate Partner Violence in Society Today (2019)</em>, which followed on the heels of <em>Policing Black Bodies: How Black Lives are Surveilled and How to Work for Change (2018)</em> as well as dozens of book chapters and peer-reviewed articles. Her forthcoming book, <em>Way Down in the Hole: Race, Intimacy and the Reproduction of Racial Ideologies in Solitary Confinement</em>, explores the ways in which racial antagonisms are exacerbated by the particular structures of solitary confinement.</p><p>Dr. Hattery serves as a consultant to agencies that seek to combat violence against women, and she regularly appears as an expert on these issues with major U.S. T.V. and radio news media. She teaches courses on race and gender inequality, families and methods.<br></p><h2>Publications</h2><div>Hattery, A. J., Smith, E., Magnuson, S., Monterrosa, A., Kafonek, K., Shaw, C., Mhonde, R. D., & Kanewske, L. C. (2022). Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Research Teams: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. Race and Justice. <a href="https://doi.org/10.1177/21533687221087373" target="_blank">https://doi.org/10.1177/21533687221087373 ​</a><br></div><div><br>​<br></div><p><br><br></p>hatterya@udel.eduhttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/faculty/wgs-faculty/ahattery?uid=ahattery&Name=Angela%20HatteryCo-Directorhttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Hattery_Angela_GBV_2022.jpeg
Horney, JenniferHorney, Jennifer<p>​<span lang="EN">Jennifer Horney is professor and founding director of the Epidemiology Program and Core Faculty at the Disaster Research Center at the University of Delaware. Her research focuses on the health impacts of disasters. She received her Ph.D. and MPH from the University of North Carolina, where her research focused on the role of social factors during disasters. She is currently a member of the Board of Scientific Counselors for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Center for Preparedness and Response, a member of the National Academies of Sciences’ Committee on Integration of Public Health and Human Services Following Large Scale Disasters, and a member of the Publications Board of the American Public Health Association. </span><br></p>horney@udel.eduhttps://www.drc.udel.edu/people/faculty/horneyj?uid=horneyj&Name=Jennifer%20HorneyProfessor, Epidemiology, University of Delawarehttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Horney_Jennifer_GBV_2022.png
Kafonek, KateKafonek, Kate<p>​Specialty: Title IX, Sexual violence education and prevention at the K-12 and college-level, Intimate partner violence victimization​<br></p>katherine.kafonek@stockton.eduAssistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Victimology & Victim Services, Stockton Universityhttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Kate Kafonek.jpg
Kearl, HollyKearl, Holly<p>​Holly Kearl is an expert on the global problem of sexual harassment in public spaces, or street harassment. She is the founder of Stop Street Harassment, an author, and a community manager with the Aspen Institute.​<br></p>hollykearl@yahoo.comhttp://hollykearl.com/Founder/Ceo of Stop Street Harassmenthttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Kearl_Holly_GBV_2022.jpg
Kiss, MarissaKiss, Marissa<p>​Marissa Kiss, Ph.D., earned her doctorate in sociology at George Mason University in 2020. Her dissertation, "Baseball: The (Inter) National Pastime," examined immigrant Major League Baseball players and immigration policy. Her primary research interests include inequality, immigration, race, media studies, and sports.<br></p>mkiss@gmu.eduhttps://iir.gmu.edu/people/mkissResearcher, Institute for Immigration Research, George Mason Universityhttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Marissa Kiss - Marissa Kiss.jpg
Laberge, MarieLaberge, Marie<p>​​302-831-6748​<br></p>mlaberge@udel.eduhttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/faculty/mlabergeAssociate Professor, Women & Gender Studieshttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Laberge_Marie_GBV_2022.jpg
Leon, Chrysanthi S.Leon, Chrysanthi S.<p>​302-831-8683​<br></p>santhi@udel.eduhttps://www.soc.udel.edu/people/faculty/santhiAssociate Professor, Sociology and Criminal Justicehttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Leon_Chrysanthi_GBV_2022.jpg
Ley, BarbaraLey, Barbara<p>​Barbara Ley joined the Department of Communication in 2011, with a joint appointment in the Department of Women & Gender Studies. Her research and teaching focus on public understandings of and engagements with science, technology, and medicine. Her current research projects relate to digital technology, culture, and women's health; environmental health science, politics and prevention; and science, media and public opinion. Her 2009 book, From Pink to Green: Disease Prevention and the Environment Breast Cancer Movement, presents a cultural history of activists' efforts over the past two decades to push for increased scientific and public attention to environmental causes of breast cancer and disease prevention more generally . She has also published articles in journals such as Science Communication, Public Understanding of Science, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, and Chinese Journal of Communication. Ley received her Ph.D. from the Department of History of Consciousness at the University of California at Santa Cruz, and she spent several years during graduate school working for environmental health policy organizations in Washington, D.C.<br><br></p>bley@udel.eduhttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/faculty/bleyAssociate Professor, University of Delawarehttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Ley_Barbara_GBV_2022.png
MacWade, MeganMacWade, Megan<p>​I am passionate about domestic violence in mothers and how that affects family dynamics, as well as brain injury related to domestic violence. I plan to graduate in May 2026. I want to continue doing research as a career.​<br></p>mmacwade@udel.eduUndergraduate student majoring in Psychology and Women & Gender Studies with a concentration of Domestic Violence Prevention and Serviceshttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Megan MacWade.jpeg
Mendoza, Maria PaulaMendoza, Maria Paula<p>​Maria Paula Mendoza (she/her/hers) is a Sociology PhD student at the University of Delaware and a graduate researcher for the Center for the Study and Prevention of Gender-Based Violence. She received her Bachelor's in both Sociology and Criminology from the University of Florida and her Master's in Sociology from the University of Delaware. Her Master's thesis, titled “Defund the Police: Perceptions from 2020 to 2022," uses a critical race theory lens to investigate public perceptions of the Defund the Police movement and how these perceptions have changed over time. Maria Paula's current research examines the help-seeking behaviors and experiences of survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV) and explores the possibilities of non-carceral responses for addressing gender-based harm.</p><p>Maria Paula serves as the lead graduate researcher and project manager for the Center, where she leads qualitative and quantitative research projects relating to IPV survivors' experiences engaging with the criminal and/or civil legal system(s). Maria Paula also serves as a community representative for the Center, where she collaborates with community partners to translate research into practice and works with coalition task forces dedicated to domestic violence, victims' rights, and sexual violence in Delaware.​​​<br></p>mendozam@udel.eduhttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Documents/Mendoza_CV.pdfSociology PhD student in the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justicehttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Mendoza.jpg
Miller, Susan L.Miller, Susan L.<p>​302-831-1562​​<br></p>slmiller@udel.eduhttps://www.soc.udel.edu/people/slmillerProfessor, Sociology and Criminal Justicehttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Miller_Susan_GBV_2022.jpg
Mirance, Katie Mirance, Katie <p>​Katie Mirance is a PhD student in the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice at the University of Delaware. She obtained her bachelor's degree in criminology from Mount Aloysius College. Katie also received her M.A. in sociology from the University of Delaware. Her master's thesis was titled "Power in a Frame: A Content Analysis of Media Framing on Intercollegiate Athletes Accused of Sexual Misconduct," which focused on national-level and university-level newspapers' portrayal of athletes accused of sexual misconduct and how this perpetrates a culture of toxic masculinity. Her current research concentrates on gender-based violence within the institution of sport.​<br></p>kmirance@udel.eduSociology PhD Candidate in the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justicehttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Katie Mirance.jpeg
Monterrosa, AllisonMonterrosa, Allison<p>​Dr. Monterrosa is an assistant professor of Ethnic Studies at Cal State San Marcos. Her areas of specialty include critical criminology & socio-legal studies, medical sociology, critical race theory, and the intersections of race, class, gender and sexuality. Research topics include gender-based violence, the criminal-legal system, state violence, racialized health disparities and the health implications of racism and social policy.<br></p>amont037@ucr.eduAssistant Professor, California State University at San Marcoshttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Monterrosa_Allison_GBV_2022.png
Naccarelli, JenniferNaccarelli, Jennifer<p>​</p><p><a href="/_layouts/15/FIXUPREDIRECT.ASPX?uid=jnacc&Name=Jennifer+Naccarelli&WebId=a6bbfd6c-c2c1-4e3a-b41f-f2a728bcf93c&TermSetId=076c452c-c955-44a3-a5c6-6aa912465a97&TermId=47a6c055-4e5f-470e-8814-04bbb0c10bf0&UrlSuffix=jnacc">Dr. Jennifer Naccarelli</a> is an associate professor and the associate chair of Women and Gender Studies and the co-director of the Center for the Study and Prevention of Gender-Based Violence at the University of Delaware.<br></p><p>Since 2011, she has served as the director of UD’s Domestic Violence Prevention and Services Program and implemented the first of its kind undergraduate advocacy training program. In this capacity she teaches, researches, publishes and designs curriculums and field experiences in the field of gender-based violence. Her work explores the intersection of feminist theory and practice through the integration of experiential learning within undergraduate coursework.</p><p>An advocate of community engaged scholarship and education, she builds and sustains partnerships with local and national agencies to support professional development of students and support the mission and needs of partner agencies.</p><p>In 2020, Drs. Hattery and Naccarelli were named the founding co-directors of the Center for the Study and Prevention of Gender Based Violence.<br><br></p>jnacc@udel.eduhttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/faculty/wgs-faculty/jnacc?uid=jnacc&Name=Jennifer%20NaccarelliCo-Directorhttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Naccarelli_Jennifer_GBV_2022.jpg
Porter, Emma FreetlyPorter, Emma Freetly<p>​Dr. Emma Freetly Porter is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Graduate School of Education, Psychological and Educational Services Division. She received her PhD in Counseling Psychology from the University of Denver. She currently serves as a consulting editor for the APA journal, Psychotherapy. Her research interests include: cultural humility, reducing racial/ethnic disparities in psychotherapy outcomes, and gender-based violence and institutional violence, including the impact of marginalization on outcomes. She also has past clinical experiences working in a variety of high acuity settings, including with incarcerated individuals.​<br></p>eporter14@fordham.eduVisiting Assistant Professor, Division of Psychological & Educational Services at Fordham Universityhttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Emma Freetly Porter.jpg
Pugh, BrandiePugh, Brandiebpugh@udel.eduSociology and Criminal Justice Intergenerational transmission of violence; structural inequality; critical sociology/criminology, University of Delawarehttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Pugh_Brandie_GBV_2022.jpg
Qui, XueliQui, Xueli<p>​Xueli Qiu is a Ph.D. student in the Human Development and Family Sciences program. Since 2015, she has been committed to promoting gender equality and bringing attention to the empowerment of women and adolescents. Her research interests include gender-based violence, comprehensive sexuality education and sexual health and rights. She is also a young Chinese feminist activist. Her goals for the future are to bridge the worlds of academia and activism and to be a feminist scholar.​<br></p>sherryq@udel.eduHuman Development and Family Sciences, University of Delawarehttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Qiu_Xueli_GBV_2022.png
Roberts, SavannahRoberts, Savannahsavrob@udel.eduPsychological & Brain Sciences, University of Delawarehttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Roberts_Savannah_GBV_2022.png
Seguin, Angela DiNunzioSeguin, Angela DiNunzio<p>​302-831-3457​<br></p>aseguin@udel.eduAssistant Director for Victim Advocacy, Student Wellness & Health Promotionhttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Seguin_Angela_GBV_2022.jpg
Shah, ZainabShah, Zainab<p>​Zainab Shah is the Program Coordinator for Victim Advocacy at the University of Delaware's Student Wellness and Health Promotion. Zainab helps students who have experienced sexual violence, domestic violence and stalking by providing individual advocacy and support, helping victims and survivors through the university's Title IX process, as well as civil and criminal courts and more. Zainab also engages in many prevention and education efforts on campus to address root causes of the widespread issue. Prior to working at the University, Zainab was the Training Specialist for the Delaware Coalition Against Domestic Violence. In this role, Zainab provided training, technical assistance and support to statewide member and community partners on domestic/intimate partner violence, prevention, and related topics. Zainab has previously worked as the Domestic Violence Administrative Assistant for the Wilmington Police Department in the Victim Services Unit. Zainab graduated of University of Delaware, with a Bachelor of Arts in Women and Gender Studies and has dual concentrations in Domestic Violence Prevention and Services and Women in a Global Perspective and received her master's degree in Social Justice and Human Rights from Arizona State University. Since 2015, she has served as a Victim Advocate with UD's Sexual Offense Support, where she provides hotline services and training to students and university groups on gender-based violence and healthy sexuality. Zainab is a nationally certified Victim Advocate through the National Organization for Victim Assistance. She is also certified as a Delaware Domestic Violence Specialist in both Direct Services/Systems Advocacy and Prevention. ​<br></p>zshah@udel.eduProgram Coordinator, Victim Advocacy at the University of Delaware Student Lifehttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Zainab Shah.jpg
Shaw, Cameron C.Shaw, Cameron C.ccarte17@gmu.eduResearch Associate (Schar School of Policy and Government); Adjunct Instructor (Women and Gender Studies); Doctoral Student (Higher Education)https://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Shaw_Cameron_GBV_2022.png
Smith, EarlSmith, Earl<p>​<span lang="EN">Earl Smith, PhD, is Emeritus Distinguished Professor of American Ethnic Studies and Sociology at Wake Forest University, and is currently teaching classes in Sociology, African and African American Studies, and Women & Gender Studies at the University of Delaware.  </span></p><p><span lang="EN"></span>Dr. Smith earned his Ph.D. at the University of Connecticut.  His teaching and research focus on the sociology of sport, social stratification, criminal justice, and race.  He is the author of 12 books, including his most recent book, <em>Gender, Power and Violence</em> (2019), and <em>Policing Black Bodies</em> (2018) as well as dozens of book chapters and peer-reviewed articles.  He has written several books on the impact of social inequality on Black families.  His book <em>Race, Sport and the American Dream</em>, which has been published in three editions, remains the only book on the market that examines structural racism in the Sport World. On a regular basis he is consulted as an expert by the <em>New York Times</em>, <em>USA Today</em>, and a variety of other news outlets.  He teaches courses on social stratification, race and ethnicity, social problems, race and gender, and sexuality and sports.​<br></p><h2>Publications</h2><div>Hattery, A. J., Smith, E., Magnuson, S., Monterrosa, A., Kafonek, K., Shaw, C., Mhonde, R. D., & Kanewske, L. C. (2022). Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Research Teams: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. Race and Justice. <a href="https://doi.org/10.1177/21533687221087373" target="_blank">https://doi.org/10.1177/21533687221087373 ​</a><br></div><div><br>​<br></div><p><br></p>smithea@udel.eduhttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/faculty/smitheaProfessor, Women & Gender Studies, University of Delawarehttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Smith_Earl_GBV_2022.png
Smith, LindsaySmith, Lindsay<p>​Lindsay Smith is a doctoral student in the department of Criminology, Law and Society at George Mason University. She previously earned her Bachelor of Art's degrees in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Missouri and her Master of Arts in Criminology, Law and Society from George Mason University. As a graduate research assistant for the Center for Advancing Correctional Excellence!, Lindsay studies correctional issues with an emphasis on reintegration success, gender-based violence, sexual victimization, LGBTQ+ issues. Lindsay also teaches undergraduate summer courses such as Crime Victims and Victimology and Community Corrections at George Mason University.​<br></p>Criminology, Law & Society Gender-based violence, corrections, LGBTQIA+, sexual victimization, George Mason Universityhttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Smith_Lindsay_GBV_2022.jpg
Stetz, MargaretStetz, Margaret<p>​Margaret D. Stetz is the Mae and Robert Carter Professor of Women's Studies and Professor of Humanities at the University of Delaware, with secondary appointments in English and in Material Culture Studies. <br></p>stetzm@udel.eduhttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/faculty/stetzmMae & Robert Carter Professor of Women's Studies and Professor of Humanities, University of Delawarehttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Stetz_Margaret_GBV_2022.png
Zurita, ZarahZurita, Zarah<p>​Zarah Zurita Quiroga (she/her/hers) is an undergraduate student at the University of Delaware majoring in Sociology and Women & Gender Studies with a concentration in Domestic Violence Prevention & Services. Zarah is passionate about gender-based violence in the Latinx community, and intergenerational trauma. She plans to graduate in May 2025. Zarah also assists the center as the social media manager.​<br><br></p>zarahzur@udel.eduUndergraduate student majoring in Sociology and Women & Gender Studies with a concentration in Domestic Violence Prevention and Serviceshttps://www.wgs.udel.edu/gbv/Research Assistants/Zarah Zurita.jpeg

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