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Katherine is a Ph.D. candidate in Criminology in the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice. Her research interests involve intimate partner violence and sexual assault prevention and education at the K-12 and college level. Her dissertation, “The new ‘sex ed’: Contextualizing
literacy and self-efficacy among high school students” explores how and what
teenagers learn about healthy sexual behaviors and healthy relationships. Katherine’s research has been published in Violence Against Women, Feminist Criminology, Journal of School Violence, and Family Relations.
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Mia is an undergraduate student at the University of Delaware studying Communications. She plans to graduate in May of 2021 with a Bachelor of Arts. Mia assists the Center for the Study and Prevention of Gender-Based Violence in upkeeping the Center’s website and social media channels.
Ania earned her bachelor of arts in psychology and master of science in human development and family studies at Auburn University. She is now a sociology PhD student with an emphasis on race/ethnicity and gender at the University of Delaware. Ania’s research interests are centered on gender-based violence, particularly sex trafficking and domestic violence in Black communities.