The aim of this local pilot-study is to further develop and qualitatively assess an educational gardening program for incarcerated women in Northeast Ohio. This is part of a larger project that started in Spring of 2019 and will continue until 2021.
Prosecutors are responsible for investigating and charging people with crimes on behalf of the government. They are known for handling a lot of cases, some of which involve high-profile offenders and such serious crimes as murder or sexual offenses. Prosecutors also face a tremendous amount of pressure to “win” their trials.
The goal of this project is to document the perceptions and experiences with health, health care and interpersonal violence among female former prison inmates. Successful reentry of former inmates into society remains an important goal for community, healthcare, and criminal justice professionals. An important component of reintegration is assessing health, health care and interpersonal violence experiences among inmates during and after release from prison.
This is part of a study that is designed to examine the effects of Prenatal Alcohol Exposure (PAE) on patterns of risky behaviors among juveniles. PAE is a serious public health concern that affects large numbers and can have life-long consequences. While a sizable literature on PAE exists, there are two primary limitations in the field that this study will address.
This study will collect and analyze data on the experiences of our campus community, focusing on mental health, well-being, and how these affect student’s academic performance and persistence. Online surveys will be conducted in the fall semesters for three years (2019-2021) on a sample of students, faculty and staff. The 2019 student survey has completed. Data are ready for analysis.