Total Credits: 1 including 1 Category II CEs
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Dr. Lisa Fedina is an assistant professor at the School of Social Work at the University of Michigan. Her research investigates health and mental health outcomes associated with gender-based violence and the connections between different forms of violence across the lifespan. She is particularly interested in understanding how social policy and structural factors perpetuate inequalities in violence and health, and improving systems-level (e.g., criminal justice, healthcare) responses to gender-based violence.
Alondra D. Garza is a doctoral candidate at Sam Houston State University (expected May 2022) and incoming assistant professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Central Florida and an affiliate with the Violence Against Women Faculty Research Cluster. Her research focuses on the criminal justice response to violence against women and how the social stratification of victims (e.g. gender, race and ethnicity, sexual orientation, legal status, etc.) influences responses, treatment, and decision-making. In 2021, she was selected as a Ruth D. Peterson Fellow by the American Society of Criminology. Her recent work has appeared in Crime & Delinquency, Criminal Justice and Behavior, and Journal of Interpersonal Violence, among others.
TK Logan, Ph.D. is a professor at the University of Kentucky, Department of Behavioral Science. Her research focuses on gender-based violence including coercive control, sexual assault and stalking, firearm-related risks, personal safety planning and fear reduction, effectiveness of interventions, substance use disorder treatment recovery, and health disparities. Dr. Logan is an author on over 175 research articles and book chapters and serves on the editorial board of four journals. Dr. Logan’s books include: Women and Victimization: Contributing Factors, Interventions, and Implications (American Psychological Association Press) and Partner Stalking: How Women Respond, Cope, and Survive (Springer Publisher). Dr. Logan is also involved with a several community boards and national organizations working to prevent gender-based violence.
Dean & Professor, University of Maryland School of Social Work
Judy L. Postmus began her term as dean of the University of Maryland School of Social Work (UMSSW) on July 1, 2020. Selected after a nationwide search, Postmus succeeded Richard P. Barth, PhD, MSW, who had served as the school’s dean since 2006.
Postmus joined UMSSW after 14 years with the School of Social Work at Rutgers University. She was a professor as well as associate dean for faculty development and strategic initiatives (2018-2019) and associate dean for research and faculty development (2019-2020).
Postmus’ research has focused on the physical, sexual, and economic victimization of women. At Rutgers, she was the founder and director of the Center on Violence Against Women and Children (2007-2018), which works to eliminate physical, sexual, and other forms of violence against women and children — and the power imbalances that permit them — through multidisciplinary research, education, and community engagement.
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BIBLIOGRAPHY & REFERENCES
Backes, B. L., Fedina, L., & Holmes, J. L. (2020). The criminal justice system response to intimate partner stalking: A systematic review of quantitative and qualitative research. Journal of family violence, 1-14.
Fedina, L., Backes, B. L., Sulley, C., Wood, L., & Busch-Armendariz, N. (2020). Prevalence and sociodemographic factors associated with stalking victimization among college students. Journal of American college health, 68(6), 624-630.
Logan, T. & Walker, R. (2021). The impact of stalking-related fear and gender on personal safety outcomes. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 36, 13-14, 7465-7487. https://doi.org/10.1177/0886260519829280
Logan, T. (2021). Beyond A Dichotomy: Examining Stalking Threats and Threat Context for Women Stalked by (Ex) Partners, Acquaintances, and Strangers. Journal of Threat Assessment and Management, 7, 1-2, 13-28. https://doi.org/10.1037/tam0000136
Garza, A. D., Franklin, C. A., & Goodson, A. (2020). The nexus between intimate partner violence and stalking: Examining the arrest decision. Criminal justice and behavior, 47(8), 1014-1031.
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