Courtney (she/hers, they/them) is a second-year student in the Applied Social and Community Psychology program. They currently work at the Innovation Studies Lab and the Center for Family and Community Engagement. They earned an M.Ed. in Counseling from NC State and has been working in community and forensic settings for 10 years.
Courtney's research currently focuses on evaluating the implementation of randomized-control trials and mental health assessment in jail settings.
Courtney hopes to pursue the research and design of accessible and anti-oppressive community, forensic, and organizational services. Courtney is especially interested in neurodiversity and the empowerment of Autistic and neurodivergent people.
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Eva entered the Applied Social and Community Psychology program at North Carolina State University in the fall of 2019. Between the time that Eva completed her B.A. in Political Science from Colorado College in 2017 and began the program here at NCSU, she conducted research in a variety of settings from the Congressional Research Service to a Community Psychology lab at the University of Hawaii.
Her current research is focused on the impact of trauma education in the criminal justice context and the examination of heterogeneity among individuals involved in terrorism.
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Sarah entered the Applied Social and Community Psychology program at North Carolina State University in the fall of 2018. She has worked in social science research for more than 7 years, focusing in areas related to forensic psychology, public policy, legal system issues, and substance use.
In addition to her studies with the Forensic Psychology Lab at NC State, Sarah also works as a public health analyst in the Behavioral Health Division at RTI International.
Her research interests focus on legal system reform, particularly as it relates to issues of social justice for vulnerable populations, such as people who have indigent defense status, people who are housed in jails or prisons, and people who use drugs.
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