- September 27, 2022
Assistant Professor Karen Trister Grace shares eight forms intimate partner violence, sometimes called domestic violence, can take. Some are commonly known and others are less visible.
- Washington Post: Dr. Jhumka Gupta discusses the need for universities to consider how their violence protection programs help or fail to help their international studentsJuly 23, 2022
How a university failed a student allegedly killed by her ex-boyfriend.
- College of Health and Human Services Faculty Discuss Public Health Implications of Supreme Court Ruling Limiting Women’s Reproductive FreedomJune 24, 2022
Faculty in the College of Health and Human Services share insight on the public health implications of the U.S. Supreme Court’s June 23, 2022, decision overturning Roe v. Wade, the 1973 landmark decision protecting a woman's liberty to choose to have an abortion.
- June 2, 2022
Intimate partner violence expert Denise Hines discusses the prevalence of bidirectional violence and other lesser known facts about intimate partner violence (IPV) in wake of a high-profile defamation trial.
- Mother Jones: Dr. Denise Hines discusses intimate partner violence in relation to the Amber Heard vs. Johnny Depp trialMay 31, 2022
And the Winner of the Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard Trial Is…Men.
- April 21, 2022
Expert addresses common misconceptions about men who experience intimate partner violence.
- April 19, 2022
Leading expert on male victims of domestic violence and false allegations against them is at George Mason University, located two miles from Johnny Depp-Amber Heard defamation trial.
- February 19, 2022
Daphne King, EdD, associate professor in the Department of Social Work, shares teen dating violence warning signs and tips for parents during Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (February).
- Wed, 08/11/2021 - 16:18
Drawing on 20 years of practice as a nurse-midwife, Dr. Karen Trister Grace’s research interests are in reproductive coercion, intimate partner violence (IPV), pregnancy intention and health disparities. Dr. Grace recently conducted research addressing solutions to housing instability for IPV survivors, as well as a mixed methods study exploring reproductive coercion in Latina women. She has an interest in birth outcomes related to IPV and reproductive coercion, and the intersection with unintended pregnancy. Dr. Grace is the lead editor of the 3rd edition of the “Prenatal & Postnatal Care: A Person-Centered Approach” textbook.