Tag Archive for: researchers

Unlocking Potential: Navigating Youth Mentoring through Participatory Research on Social Capital

Reference: Radlick, R. L., & Przedpelska, S. (2024). Participatory research approaches to studying social capital in youth mentoring: Not the panacea we hoped for. Children and Youth Services Review, 156, 107205. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2023.107205 Summarized by Ariel Ervin About the Study: Norway has become a destination for refugees in recent decades. However, while many newcomers are resilient, […]

WT Grant Foundation: Learning Across Contexts: Bringing Together Research on Research Use and Implementation Science

By Lauren Supplee, Allison Metz, and Annette Boaz, reprinted from the William T. Grant Foundation Recent publications by implementation researchers underscore promising new directions in implementation science while also acknowledging potential challenges for the field to address in the years ahead (Beidas et al., 2022; Metz et al., 2022).12 At the same time, scholars in […]

Charting the Community Psychology Landscape: A New Ranking System for Research Output

Reference: Ruesink, L., & Jason, L. A. (2023). Ranking the community psychology research output of institutions and authors: A new system of evaluating the field. Journal of Community Psychology. Summarized by Ellen Parry Luff About the Study: Researchers use various research methods to explore the contributions of the community psychology field. They use genealogical methods […]

Tricia Shalka on experiences of international college students

Dr. Tricia Shalka is an assistant professor in the Warner School’s higher education program at University of Rochester. Dr. Shalka’s primary research investigates the impacts of traumatic experience(s) on college students, particularly in terms of developmental outcomes.  Her most recent work in this area explores the intersection of identity development and trauma in college students.  […]