Tag: Courtenay Cavanaugh

Innovative Peer-to-Peer Delivery of Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Program Could be Model for Colleges Nationwide

Innovative Peer-to-Peer Delivery of Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Program Could be Model for Colleges Nationwide

An innovative, peer-to-peer delivery of TakeCare – a widely used sexual assault prevention and awareness program – developed at Rutgers University–Camden could serve as a model for psychology courses nationwide.

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Professor and Her Students Pioneer Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Program on Campus

Professor and Her Students Pioneer Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Program on Campus

Prof. Courtenay Cavanaugh and students in her Violence Against Women and Women’s Health course have pioneered the novel, peer-facilitated delivery of a sexual assault prevention and awareness program at Rutgers–Camden.

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Keeping Track: Psychology Grad Puts Research Plans Into Action

Keeping Track: Psychology Grad Puts Research Plans Into Action

By Tom McLaughlin Kaci Mial has a purpose. With just the right guidance, recalls the 2015 Rutgers University–Camden graduate, she knew that she could put her plan into action. So the Pemberton native sought a scholar and educator who shared her specialized research interests and found the perfect match in Courtenay Cavanaugh, an assistant professor […]

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Research Study Maps Availability of Female Condom in Philadelphia Area

Research Study Maps Availability of Female Condom in Philadelphia Area

A Rutgers study assessed the availability of the female condom in the Philadelphia metropolitan area.

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Rutgers-Camden Researcher Explores Impact of Childhood Trauma in Adulthood

Rutgers-Camden Researcher Explores Impact of Childhood Trauma in Adulthood

Courtenay Cavanaugh, an assistant professor of psychology at Rutgers University–Camden, and fellow researchers examine the heterogeneity of adverse childhood experiences in a new study.

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