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Melissa Schnurr

Melissa Schnurr

Spring 2012

"Travel Support to Present at the Society for Research on Adolescence"

Grant in Aid of Research

Final Report: "I was granted $400 in the spring 2012 to support my travel to the Society for Research on Adolescence Biennial meeting. While at the conference in Vancouver, I presented a paper titled, “The impact of collective efficacy on risks for adolescents’ perpetration of dating violence” in a symposium with other researcher’s from around the US who examined longitudinal precursors and consequences of dating violence. This symposium spurred a special issue of the Journal of Youth and Adolescence, in which my paper will be published. I also presented a poster titled, “Technology as a form of dating violence among college students” that I co-authored with a UWGB undergraduate student, Mary (Maggie) DeLong. This poster will be turned into a paper and submitted for publication by the end of the year. Aside from publications, no other work will be completed related to these projects. The GIAR funds assisted me financially by paying for the cost of travel, hotel, and meals while I was at the conference."


Fall 2010

"Longitudinal Impact of Girls’ Exposure to Domestic Violence in Early Childhood"

Grant in Aid of Research


Fall 2009

"Proposal for Travel Aid to the Society for Research on Adolescence Biennial Meeting"

Grant in Aid of Research