V. Skye Wingate

One out of every five students reports being a victim of bullying. While the most common measure of bullying is frequency, Wingate examines and measures bullying severity by looking at its severity and intention, and its effects alongside bullying frequency.

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B.D. Wortham-Galvin

Half of the world’s population lives in urban areas, and by 2050, that figure will rise to two-thirds. Wortham-Galvin has dedicated her career to finding proactive solutions to the particular problems posed by humanity’s migration to urban living.

Mary Ellen Wright

Substance use disorder is a national crisis, especially when the addict is a mother. The problem is compounded by a complex domestic situation or marginalized family. Wright explores how systems and processes address these problems, the best strategies for response and caring can be applied to aid in recovery.

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Heidi M. Zinzow

A licensed clinical psychologist and professor, Zinzow addresses risk, protective factors for trauma victimization and how to ameliorate associated mental health symptoms, focusing on developing intervention and prevention programs.

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