Vangie Foshee, Ph D, is a public health researcher and professor specializing in health behavior and education.
Research interests Adolescent health Child development Health behavior Injury prevention Maternal health Substance abuse Violence prevention Research activities Vangie Foshee's research examines various problematic adolescent behaviors.
Her etiological research has included identifying determinants of violence between adolescent dating couples, adolescent cigarette smoking and alcohol use, and adolescent sexual behavior.
Intervention studies have included development and evaluation of Safe Dates, a school and community-based adolescent dating violence prevention program, and development and evaluation of a family-based adolescent substance abuse prevention program called Family Matters.
Teaching responsibilities include secondary analysis and research methods and program evaluation. The Effects of the Evidence-Based Safe Dates Dating Abuse Prevention Program on Other Youth Violence Outcomes.
Christine Agnew-Brune, Vangie Foshee, Rosalyn Lee, Luz Reyes, Thomas Simon, Chiravath Suchindran, Kevin Vagi (2014).
Choose any graduate courses related to human behavior within the fields of psychology, counseling, social work, human services, health care, public administration, education, or business. Upon completion of all required coursework: To support your academic and professional success, residencies provide learning and community-building experiences in a stimulating scholarly environment.For this specialization, you must complete three four-day residencies (SHB-R8930, SHB-R8931, SHB-R8932). One course typically requires 10 to 12 hours of study per week. Each unit consists of readings, discussions, and other activities you will be expected to complete throughout the week.Assignments are due on Sundays, though not every course requires an assignment each week.In each course, you will receive a detailed scoring guide that describes expectations for every graded assignment.Grades are based on your participation in weekly reading discussions and completion of assignments.You will also be assessed on your ability to demonstrate an understanding of expected outcomes for your program or specialization.