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Elisabeth F. Maring
Ph.D., Family Studies, University of Maryland, 2006
Adolescents and families, community violence, substance abuse, healthy homes, at-risk youth and families, cross-cultural and international research on families
USDA: Maryland Private Well Water Education Project (PI) (in collaboration with MIAEH)
ADVANCE Women in Science: Maryland Well Water Program to Achieve Testing, Education and Research [Water] (Co-PI)
USDA: Rural Health and Safety (Co-PI)
University of Maryland Extension: Part of a Larger Picture: Healthy Homes Community Health Workers Course
University of Maryland Extension: Maryland Private Well Water/Safe Water Education Clinics (Co-PI)
FMSC 110S Families and Global Health
Maring, E. F., Wallen, J., & Malik, B. B. (2012, December). Drug abuse in India: Grounding research in an ecological risk and resilience framework. Family and Consumer Sciences Journal, 41(2), 172-182.
Maring, E. F., & Koblinsky, S. K. (accepted with revisions). Teachers' challenges, strategies, and support needs in schools affected by community violence: A qualitative study. Journal of School Health.
Maring, E. F., Singer, B. J., & Shenassa, E. D. (2011). Healthy homes: A contemporary initiative for extension education. Journal of Extension, 49(2).
Braun, B. & Maring, E. F. (2011). Home environments and their relationship to safety. Encyclopedia of Family Health. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Maring, E. F., Singer, B. J., & Shenassa, E. D. (2010). Making the transition from lead poisoning prevention to healthy homes: A qualitative study. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, 16(5) (Suppl), S53-S60.
Maring, E. F. (2008). Fostering resilience against community violence among children in the United States (pp. 163-175). In D. P. Singh and M. Singh (Eds.) Violence: A concern for peaceful co-existence. Patiala, India: Publication Bureau.
Maring, E. F., & Braun, B. (2006). Drug, alcohol and tobacco use in rural, low-income families: An ecological risk and resilience perspective. Journal of Rural Community Psychology, E9(2), 1-18.