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1 KAROL L. KUMPFER Curriculum Vitae EDUCATION University of Utah Architecture/ Salt Lake City, Utah General Education B.A Colorado Women's College Psychology Denver, Colorado (Spent junior year at University of Vienna studying psychoanalytic and existential psychology) M.A University of Utah School Psychology, Salt Lake City, Utah Educational Psychology Department; Experimental Psychology, Psychology Department Ph.D University of Utah Counseling Psychology, Salt Lake City, Utah Educational Psychology Department; Experimental Psychology, Psychology Department Post-Ph.D. University of Minnesota Post-doctoral studies in 1975 Minneapolis, Minnesota child development Institute of Child Development DISSERTATION AND THESIS TOPICS Kumpfer, K. L. (1970). Effects of a Masking Task on Human Eyelid Conditioning With Continuous and Intermittent Reinforcement. Unpublished master s thesis, University of Utah, Salt Lake City. Kumpfer, K. L. (1973). Effects of Instructional Sets on Differential Conditioning of the Electrodermal Response During Acquisition, Transfer, and Extinction. Dissertation- Abstracts-International, Vol. 33(7-B):

2 HONORS Colorado Women's College Dean's Honor's List, 1964, 1965, 1966 Academic Scholarship, B.A. Magna Cum Laude, 1966 University of Utah Society of Sigma Xi, 1972 to present Listed in: Who's Who in the West, 21st Edition Who's Who of Emerging Leaders in America, 2nd Edition International Who's Who of Professional and Business Women, 1990 Who's Who in the West, 24th Edition Who s Who in Medicine, Who s Who in Medicine and Public Health, Who s Who in America, Who s Who in the West, 36 th Edition Who s Who in America, Who s Who in American Women, Who s Who in Medicine and Healthcare, PUBLIC SERVICE HONORS Public Health Service, Commission Corps, Luther Terry Award, 2000 (One honor award per year for outstanding service in public health, prior awardees include C. Everett Koop, Antonio Novella, and Surgeon General Satcher) Distinguished Service Award, Executive Office of the U.S. President, April Professional Awards 1998 Certificate of Appreciation: National Institute on Drug Abuse, for NIDA-G review committee member ( ) Achievement Award: For Outstanding Support in the Prevention of Substance Abuse, District of Columbia Department of Health 1999 Exemplary Program Award for Strengthening Families Program, Center for Substance Abuse Prevention 2000 Certificate of Appreciation: State of North Carolina 2001 Certificate of Appreciation for Presidential Term ( ): Society for Prevention Research 2002 Certificate of Appreciation for Member of Board of Directors (1997 to 2002), Society for Prevention Research 2003 Service Award, Miami Coalition for Drug Abuse Prevention 2

3 2008 Community, Culture, and Prevention Science Award: Society for Prevention Research 2009 Senior Researcher Award: College of Health, University of Utah 2010 Equity and Diversity Award Life time Career Award: University of Utah ELECTED OFFICES Sophomore Class Representative Colorado Women's College College Treasurer Colorado Women's College COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC AWARDS 1964 Member, Colorado Women's College Ski Team, Winners of NCCA First Place Annual Ski Team Award WORK HISTORY/EXPERIENCE Summer 1965 Assistant Counselor, Upward Bound Project, Colorado Women's College. 9/65-9/66 Research Assistant for Dr. John McCollough, Psychology Professor, Colorado Women's College on Human Learning Project for US Department of Defense. Research Assistant, San Jose State University. Spent summer meeting with professors and research assistants from five colleges and universities to summarize everything known in research literature about human learning. 10/66-6/71 Research Assistant for Psychology Department Chair and Social and Behavioral Sciences Dean, Dr. William Prokasy, University of Utah. Director of Psychophysiology Research Laboratory (supervised undergraduate and graduate students). 7/69-4/70 School Psychology Intern, Granite School District, Salt Lake City. 1/70-1/71 Co-Director, Salt Lake Drug Crisis Center (currently the Community Counseling Center). 7/70-6/71 Counseling Intern, University of Utah Counseling Center and Granite Mental Health Center (inpatient unit). 7/71-1/73 Assistant Professor of Psychology, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio (accepted temporary position for a tenure track faculty member on maternity leave). Group Psychotherapist, Counseling Center, Oberlin College. In-Residence Counselor, Special Programs Women's House, Oberlin College (developed a feminist women's residential house and was faculty residential advisor for first year). 1/73-6/75 Long Range Academic Planning Specialist, Department of Academic and Financial Planning, University of Utah (developed annual University wide strategic staff, program, and fiscal strategic plans, managed data bases, chaired planning committees successful in creating new programs, such as the 3

4 Department of Family and Consumer Studies, an Interdisciplinary Center for Family Life and Human Development, Women's Studies, and an Interdisciplinary Center for Environmental Studies). Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Psychology, University of Utah (taught courses in Human Development, Human Learning, and Sex-Role Socialization in Education, served on graduate committees and chaired the Departmental Research Committee). Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Utah. 8/75-8/76 Research Associate, Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota (conducted research on sensation and perception in infants and supervised graduate students; left to accept Assistant Professor position). 9/76-6/77 Assistant Professor of Psychology (tenure track), Colorado Women's College, Denver, Colorado (left because of College closure). Member, Academic Senate, Chair of Senate Faculty Reduction Plan Committee (responsible for plan to reduce faculty by half). Counselor (part-time), Counseling Center, Colorado Women's College (conducted psychotherapy groups for women students). 6/77-1/79 Private Practice in Psychology, Director, Alta Institute, Denver, Colorado (conducted group psychotherapy in wilderness settings). Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychology, Denver University, Metropolitan State College, and Webster College, Denver, Colorado (taught clinical, human development, social psychology, introductory psychology, and statistics courses). 2/79-9/80 Psychologist, Copper Mountain Mental Health Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. Staff Psychologist at South Valley Alcohol and Drug Counseling Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. Unit Chief of Partial Care, Intensive Treatment Unit (designed new day treatment program for chronically mentally ill using more psychosocial rehabilitation programming and therapeutic recreational programming including wilderness experiences, supervised four staff including one recreational therapist, one family therapist, and two social workers), Salt Lake City, Utah. Unit Chief of Special Services (developed new community support programs for job training, housing, supervised living for chronically mentally ill clients and aging clients with funding attracted on several grants written, staffed Catalyst, now the Utah Alliance for the Mentally Ill, supervised two staff specialists), Salt Lake City, Utah. 9/80-6/84 Assistant Director and Psychologist, State Division of Alcoholism and Drugs (SDAD), Salt Lake City, Utah (managed the office and supervised staff, including the Planner, Coordinators of the Program Assistance Unit and Research and Evaluation Unit and research staff working on two federal grants from NIDA and NIAAA. Direct responsibility for evaluation and program planning (Medicaid, direct long term care, public inebriate programs, 4

5 prevention demonstration programs, recreational rehabilitation, funding development, grant writing, clinical and research technical consultation). 9/82-9/86 Principal Investigator, NIDA Prevention Research grant, "Prevention Services to Children of Substance Abusing Parents," #DA Responsible for direction of $360,639 Prevention Research Project involving supervision of two Ph.D. Psychologist Research Coordinators, 3 Research Assistants, 8 halftime prevention intervention specialists, and consultants. 6/84-7/89 Research Assistant Professor and Grant Writing Specialist, Social Research Institute (SRI), Graduate School of Social Work, University of Utah. Primary responsibility for funding development and grant writing, information collection and dissemination (data base library, computer searches, SRI colloquiums, newsletter and Social Facts: Utah In Perspective). Developed and taught six courses on: (1) Program Evaluation, (2) Clinical Research, (3) A/CP Research, and (4) A/CP Grant Writing and Management. Supervised 12 student independent research projects, and staff of one Ph.D. Psychologist, one Ed.D., eight graduate students, one professional secretary, two MS project specialists, and two work study students. 7/86-7/89 Psychologist, Western Institute of Neuropsychiatry (WIN), Day Treatment and Aftercare Coordinator for the inpatient alcohol and drug treatment unit, supervision of three aftercare treatment staff, psychological testing, group psychotherapy, family educational lectures, newsletter editor, workshops and retreats. Professional Staff Member, WIN Hospital, clinical psychological practice and participation in the development of the hospital regulations, clinical procedures and policies. 7/86-7/89 Assistant Professor (tenure track), Department of Psychiatry, University of Utah. Research on chemical dependency and grant writing, and supervision of psychiatry residents in independent study in alcohol and drug abuse etiology and treatment. 7/88-7/89 Research Associate Professor, Social Research Institute, Graduate School of Social Work, University of Utah. Primary responsibilities in grant administration for substance abuse and delinquency prevention grants and contracts received from DOE, OJJDP, OSAP, and FIPSE, and evaluation of the NIMH/DART depression grant. 7/89-2/98 Associate Professor (tenure track, departmental hard money budget line for nine month academic position increased to 100% starting in ), Department of Health Promotion and Education, University of Utah. Responsibilities include.25 FTE teaching and graduate student supervision,.75 FTE research, grant writing and management of prevention evaluation and research grants and contracts, including supervision of up to 14 research staff members, including seven Ph.D. Psychologists: Dr. Charles Turner, Emeritus Professor of Psychology, Dr. Steven Harrison, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Social Work, Dr. Elizabeth Griffin, Research Associate in Health Education, Dr. Rose Alvarado, Research Associate in Health Promotion and Education, 5

6 Dr. Connie Tait, Research Associate from Central Connecticut State University, Dr. Steve Alder, Assistant Professor in Family and Preventive Medicine, and Dr. Keely Coffrin, Research Associate with Informatix, and nine master's level professionals: Kay Kendall, Kate Bunnell, Rod Hopkins, John Librett, Alison Millward-Librett, Won Hee Kim, Masa Sasagawa, Lynn Dickey, and Renee Burke. Principal Investigator: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) Parenting Strategies Project (1987- to present); PI, Autonomic Hyperactivity in Children of Alcoholics Biomedical Research grant (1989 to present), and FIPSE Theoretical Research Project on Social Ecology Model of Collegiate Alcohol and Drug Abuse (3/89 to 1/90); and PI on OSAP Prevention Research Evaluation Network Coordinator (2/90 to 2/91), Salt Lake Valley Drug Abuse Prevention Coalition University Subcontract, Salt Lake City, Utah (10/90 to 1/92). Evaluation Director for a number of alcohol and drug prevention programs including: 1. CSAP Young Children of Substance Abusers (YCOSA) Project, Selma, Alabama (10/87 to 8/91); 2. University of Utah FIPSE Alcohol and Drug Education Program (7/88 to 7/90); 3. Snow College FIPSE Alcohol and Drug Education Program (7/88 to 7/90); 4. Assistant Evaluator for CSAP Utah Community Youth Activity Project, State Division of Substance Abuse (10/89 to 10/90 and 9/92 on); 5. CSAP Safe Haven Program, Detroit City Health Department, Detroit, Michigan (9/90 to 6/92); 6. CSAP Strengthening Hawaii's Families, Coalition for Drug-free Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii (9/90 to 6/92); 7. CSAP Salt Lake Valley Drug Abuse Prevention Coalition, Salt Lake City, Utah (10/90 to 7/92); 8. Denver Area Youth Services, Strengthening Hispanic Families Program, CSAP High risk Youth grant (10/91-7/96); 9. Asian Association of Utah's CSAP Prevention Through Interception (PTI) (10/91 to 9/96); 10. CSAP Hispanic Youth Leadership Institute for IHRD, Salt Lake City, Utah (10/91 to present); 11. University of Utah FIPSE Alcohol and Drug Education Program (7/92 to 7/94); 12. Centro de la Familia, CSAP Neuvo Dia: Hispanic Adolecent Female grant, Salt Lake City, Utah (10/94-7/95); 13 Asian Association of Utah's CSAP Replication grant, Dare to Be You (10/95 to 10/98). 14. Raindancer Youth Services, St. George, Utah, CSAT Adolescent Treatment Grant (10/02 to 10/05) 6

7 15. State of New Jersey, Strengthening Families Prevention Initiative, (7/02- on) 16. Hampton Community Coalition, Evaluator (7/02-on) 9/95-12/95 Visiting Research Associate Professor, Addiction Research Foundation, Toronto, Canada. Responsible for working on NIAAA grant, creating a culturally-appropriate Canadian version of the Strengthening Families Program. 3/96-9/96 Visiting Professor, University of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Responsible for implementation of Australian Strengthening Families Program with Dave Compton, Ph.D., the Dean of the College of Health at the University of Utah. 2/98-3/00 Director, Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Washington, DC. (Responsible for the vision and leadership of the major federal agency responsible for substance abuse prevention, managing a staff of 135 employees, a budget of 165 million, the National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Information (NCADI), the National Center for the Advancement of Prevention (NCAP), seven regional Centers for the Application of Prevention Technology, hundreds of community grantees evaluating prevention services. Responsible for the creation of the National Registry of Effective Prevention Programs (NREPP), the Prevention Decision Support System, (www.preventiondss.org), the CSAP Core Measures Initiative, GPRA measures, the American Indian Substance Abuse Prevention Initiative, and the Family Strengthening Initiative funding 142 grantees for $200,000 each. 3/00 7/05 Associate Professor (tenure track), Department of Health Promotion and Education, University of Utah. Responsibilities include.33 FTE teaching and graduate student supervision,.67 FTE research, grant writing and management of prevention evaluation and research grants and contracts, including supervision of up to 15 research staff members, including three Ph.D. Psychologists: Dr. Charles Turner, Emeritus Professor of Psychology, Dr. Rose Alvarado, Research Associate in Health Education, and Dr. Keely Coffrin, Research Associate with Informatix; three doctoral candidates: Araceli Flores, Angela de la Hoz, and Julia Gossett; and eight master's level professionals: Sarah Tronrud, Christine Lee-Cavaness, Elizabeth Stepan, Brad Dalton, Sara Collings, Kimberlie Rew, Amy Barry, and Andrea McCune. 5/04-6/04 Visiting Professor, University of Islas Baleares, Palma Mallorca, Baleares, Spain. Responsible for advising university staff on research design, measurement issues, adaptation and implementation of Spanish version of the Strengthening Families Program. 7/04-7/06 Chair of College of Health Research Committee ( Associate Dean for Research ). Responsibilities (.50 FTE) included development of a College of Health Research Committee, a Dean s Incentive and Creative Grant Program, staffing grant reviews, creating and managing a COH Research Seminar 7

8 7/05-on Series, develop needs assessment and plan for a COH Research Center, developing and awarding COH Research Awards, teaching grant writing courses and workshops for faculty and graduate students. Professor, Department of Health Promotion and Education, University of Utah. Responsibilities include 1.00 FTE teaching and graduate student supervision, and grant writing, and supervision of 2 research assistants for Strengthening Families Program distribution. 7/06-7/07 Sabbatical Leave. University of Balearic Islands, Mallorca, Spain, Responsibilities include implementation of SFP in Spain to begin RCT in 5 cities in Spain with Spanish researchers. Submission of two R0-1 research grants with 5 other faculty in COH, visiting universities to explore how their research centers are funded, completing journal publications and two books. 7/07-7/09 Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Health Promotion, University of Utah 7/08-on 7/09-on Chair, On-line Course Committee, Department of Health Promotion, University of Utah Chair, International Study Abroad Committee, Department of Health Promotion, University of Utah CONSULTING POSITIONS (All of these consulting positions are a result of grants, which I worked on for other government agencies. Most of these positions provide research data useful for publications and some provide partial support and professional opportunities for other University faculty and students.) 7/88-7/93 Senior Research Evaluator, Macro Systems, International. Consultant for National Evaluation of the Office of Substance Abuse Prevention's High Risk Youth Programs and Pregnant Drug Abusing Women and Infant Program. 7/89-7/91 Evaluation Consultant, Colorado Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division, Denver Colorado (ADAD) for Colorado Youth Activity Program. 7/89-7/91 Evaluation and Program Consultant, Prevention Center, Boulder, Colorado for OSAP High-risk Youth Grant on Mentoring. 9/91-9/96 Evaluation Director, Hispanic Youth Leadership Institute Program, IHRD. 9/91 - on Evaluation Consultant, Asian Association of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah for the Prevention Through Intervention (PTI) Program. 4/92-4/94 Clinical Program and Evaluation Consultant, House of Hope, Women's and Children's Residential Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program. 6/92-6/94 Cross-cultural Program Consultant, Coalition for Drug-free Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii for Strengthening Hawaii's Families Program. 6/92-3/98 Evaluation Consultant, Denver Area Youth Services (DAYS), Denver, Colorado for Strengthening Hispanic Families Program. 7/92-7/93 Research Literature and Program Consultant, Project Reality for Women's and Children's Treatment Program. 8

9 7/92-9/94 Evaluation Consultant, Detroit City Health Department for Strengthening African American Families Program. 10/95-6/98 Evaluation Director, DARE To Be You Parenting Program, CSAP grant to Asian Association of Utah 2/00 - on On-line Technical Assistance in Program Evaluation and Family-focused Prevention to over 50 community-based agencies this year. TA in grant writing and program evaluation. 2/00 - on Co-Principle Investigator, Graduate School of Social Work, University of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY. Implementation of NIAAA grant on Strengthening Families Program in Canada and Buffalo. 5/01 - on Evaluation Consultant, Betty Ford Center, Children s Program, evaluation consultant. 7/01 9/01 Evaluation Consultant, Swiss government, Zurich, Switzerland. 9/01 9/08 Evaluation Consultant, New Jersey Department of Substance Abuse, conducting cross-site evaluation of their Strengthening Families Program. 12/01-7/02 Consultant, Center for Alcoholism and Substance Abuse. Columbia University for their CASA Community Health Project in three cities: Seattle, Baltimore and Atlanta. 9/03 9/04 Research Consultant, College of Public Health, Oxford University, Brooks College, Oxford, England. 1/04 - on Research Consultant, Department of Psychology, University of Islas Baleares, Palma Mallorca, Baleares, Spain. 9/07- on Research Consultant, United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime, Vienna, Austria UNIVERSITY OF UTAH TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES College of Social Work Winter 1986 SW 735: A/CP Grant Writing and Management (26 students) Fall 1985 SW 735R: A/CP Grant Writing and Management (8 students) Winter 1985 SW 647: Program Evaluation (21 students) Spring 1985 SW 735R: A/CP Grant Writing and Management (26 students) Spring 1985 SW 738A: Research: Clinical/Direct Practice (19 students) Spring 1985 SW 738B: Research in Admin. & Planning (21 students) SW 694: Independent Research (12 students) Department of Health Education (*Team taught with College of Health Dean, Dr. David Compton) Spring 1990 HE 580: Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Practicum (10 students) Summer 1990 HE 650: Grant Writing (12 students) Winter 1991 HE 650: Grant Writing (25 students)* Spring 1991 HE 610: Program Evaluation (10 students) Winter 1992 HE 650: Grant Writing (15 students)* 9

10 Spring 1992 HE 610: Program Evaluation (11 students) Summer 1992 HE 650: Grant Writing (13 students) Winter 1993 HE 650: Grant Writing (21 students) Spring 1993 HE 422: Program Evaluation (32 students) Fall 1993 HE 103: Alcohol and Drug Use (63 students) Fall 1993 HE 654: Introduction to Research (20 students) Winter 1994 HE 103: Alcohol and Drug Use (71 students) Winter 1994 HE 650: Grant Writing (28 students)* Spring 1994 HE 103: Alcohol and Drug Use (56 students) Spring 1994 HE 610: Program Evaluation (21 students) Fall 1994 HE 103: Alcohol and Drug Use (44 students) Winter 1995 HE 103: Alcohol and Drug Use (46 students) Winter 1995 HE 580: Family Focused Interventions for Prevention of Health Problems in Youth (26 students) Winter 1995 HE 650: Grant Writing (21 students)* Spring 1995 HE 610: Program Evaluation (20 students) Summer 1995 HE 580: Family Focused Interventions for Prevention of Health Problems in Youth (24 students) Summer 1995 HE 650: Grant Writing (17 students) Summer 1995 HE 580: Health and Mental Health Issues of Women (7 students) Fall Sabbatical at Addictions Research Foundation, Toronto, Canada Spring Sabbatical at University of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Fall 1996 HE 518: Drug Prevention and Education (40 students) Spring 2000 HE 6500: Grant Writing (4 students) Fall 2000 HE 6300: Program Evaluation Fall 2000 HE 5800: Family-focused Prevention (3 students) Spring 2001 HE 6500: Grant Writing (8 students) Fall 2001 HE 6100: Evaluation Practicum (2 students) Fall 2001 HE 7060: Prevention Research, online doctoral level class (12 students) Spring 2002 HE 6500: Grant Writing (3 students) Spring 2002 HE 7070: Family Strengthening, online doctoral level class (10 students) Fall 2002 HE 4220: Program Evaluation (33 students) Fall 2002 HE 6100: Evaluation Practicum (6 students) Fall 2002 HE 5800: Grant Writing (8 students) Fall 2002 HE 7060: Prevention Research, online doctoral level class (2 students) Spring 2003 HE 6500: Grant Writing (11 students) Spring 2003 HE 7070: Family Strengthening, online doctoral level class (2 students) Fall 2003 HE 4220: Program Evaluation (30 students) Fall 2003 HE 6100: Program Evaluation, graduate level class (12 students) Fall 2003 HE 7060: Prevention Research, online doctoral level class (4 students) Spring 2004 HE 6500: Grant Writing (25 students + 3 College of Health faculty) Spring 2004 HE 7070: Family Strengthening, online doctoral level class (8 students) Spring 2004 HE 7071: Strengthening Families Practicum, online class (3 students) 10

11 Fall 2004 HE 7060: Prevention Research, online doctoral level class (9 students) Fall 2004 HE 6100: Program Evaluation, graduate level class (12 students) Fall 2004 HE 6550: Research Methods and Design, graduate level class (18 students) Spring 2005 HE 6500: Grant Writing (12 students) Spring 2005 HE 7070: Evidence-based Family Interventions, online doctoral level class (4 students) Spring 2005 HE 7071: Strengthening Families Practicum, online class (7 students) Summer 2005 on SOPHE Alcohol and Drug Prevention (online class for national organization, SOPHE) as purchased by Texas A & M Fall 2005 HE 7060: Prevention Research, online doctoral level class (9 students) Fall 2005 HE 6100: Program Evaluation, graduate level class (12 students) Fall 2005 HE 6550: Research Methods and Design, graduate level class (18 students) Spring 2006 HE 6500: Grant Writing (12 students) Spring 2006 HE 7070: Evidence-based Family Interventions, online doctoral level class (4 students) Spring 2006 HE 7071: Strengthening Families Practicum, online class (7 students) Sabbatical Fall 2007 HE 7060: Prevention Research, online doctoral level class ( students) Fall 2007 HE 6100: Program Evaluation, graduate level class (12 students) Fall 2007 HE 6550: Research Methods and Design, graduate level class (18 students) Spring 2008 HE 6500: Grant Writing (12 students) Spring 2008 HE 7070: Evidence-based Family Interventions, online doctoral level class (4 students) Spring 2008 HE 7071: Strengthening Families Practicum, online class (7 students) Spring 2008 UGS 2008 Drug Theory, Policy, and Practice: An Interdisciplinary Analysis (team taught, Dr. Peggy Battin, course leader) Fall 2008 HE 7060: Prevention Research, online doctoral level class ( students) Fall 2008 HE 6100: Program Evaluation, graduate level class (12 students) Fall 2008 HE 6550: Research Methods and Design, graduate level class (18 students) Spring 2009 HE 5500: Intro Grant Writing (3 students) Spring 2009 HE 6500: Grant Writing-Health (22 students) Spring 2009 Hon 3372 Drug Theory, Policy, and Practice: An Interdisciplinary Analysis (team taught, Dr. Peggy Battin, course leader) Summer 2009 HE 5500: Intro Grant Writing (3 students) Summer 2009 HE 6500: Grant Writing-Health (11 students) Summer 2009 HE 5800: Strengthening Families class (7 students) Fall 2009 HE 4180: Prevention: ATOD&Violence, online undergraduate class (17 students) Fall 2009 HE 6180: Prevention: ATOD&Violence, online doctoral level class (10 11

12 students) Fall 2009 HE 6600: Health Research Design, graduate level class (7 students) Spring 2010 HE 5100: Program Evaluation, undergraduate level class (12 students) Spring 2010 HE 6100: Program Evaluation, graduate level class (12 students) Spring 2010 HE 5500: Grant Writing (9 students) Spring 2010 HE 6500: Grant Writing (12 students) level class (4 students) Spring 2010 Hon 3372 Drug Theory, Policy, and Practice: An Interdisciplinary Analysis (team taught, Dr. Peggy Battin, course leader) COURSES TAUGHT (in alphabetical order) Abnormal Psychology Advanced Statistics Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Practicum Alcohol and Drug Use Art of Being Single Behavior Modification Child Development Cognitive Psychology Developmental Psychology Drug Prevention and Educ. Evaluation Practicum Experimental Psychology Family Focused Interventions For Prevention of Health Problems in Youth Family-focused Prevention Grant Writing Health and Mental Health Issues of Women Humanistic Psychology Human Development Human Learning Metropolitan State College Metropolitan State College University of Utah University of Utah Colorado Women's College Oberlin College Oberlin College Denver University University of Utah, Department of Educational Psychology Oberlin College Metropolitan State College Colorado Women's College University of Utah University of Utah Colorado Women's College Oberlin College University of Utah, Department of Health Education University of Utah University of Utah (4 departments) University of Utah University of Utah, Psychology Department University of Utah, Department of Educational Psychology Oberlin College University of Utah, 12

13 Introductory Scuba Diving Introduction to Psychology Introduction to Research Introductory Statistics Introduction to Personality Mid-Life Crisis: Life Over Thirty Prevention Research Program Evaluation Principles of Eastern Psychology Psychology of Women Psychological Research Practicum Research Methods Sex-Role Socialization Social Psychology Substance Use and Abuse Systems and Theories in Psychology Department of Educational Psychology Oberlin College (Winter Term course) Oberlin College Metropolitan State College Webster College Denver University University of Utah Metropolitan State College Colorado Women's College University of Utah, Psychology Department (with Dr. Gillilan) University of Utah University of Utah Colorado Women's College, Psychology Department Oberlin College Metropolitan State College University of Minnesota Oberlin College at University of Utah (Winter Term intensive course) University of Utah, Department of Health Education University of Utah, Department of Educational Psychology Webster College University of Utah Colorado Women's College DEVELOPMENT OF NEW COURSES Oberlin College Winter 1971 Psych. Psychological Research Practicum (Winter-term intensive course) Spring 1972 Psych. Behavior Modification (New upper division elective course) Fall 1972 Psych. Psychology of Women (New upper division elective course) Colorado Women's College Spring 1977 Psych. Art of Being Single (New upper division elective) Spring 1977 Psych. Principles of Eastern Psychology (New upper division elective) University of Utah Spring 1974 Ed. Psych. Sex-Role Socialization in Education (New Graduate level course) 13

14 Spring 1975 Psych. Humanistic Psychology (New Honor's Seminar) Summer 1975 Psych. Mid-Life Crisis: Life Over Thirty (New upper division elective developmental seminar developed with Dr. Gillilan) Winter 1986 Social A/CP Grant Writing and Management (Developed core Work graduate course with Dr. Lefferts from University of New York: Stoneybrook) Spring 1990 Health Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Practicum (A new Ed. experimental course involving students in prevention theory, planning, and implementing prevention programs, not repeated after FIPSE grant funding it ended. With new two year FIPSE grant beginning fall 1992 it could be repeated) Spring 1991 Health Ed. Program Evaluation (graduate class) Summer 1991 Health Ed. Grant Writing (Summer DCE course for community members in grant writing that included a grant review process.) Winter 1995 Health Ed. Family Focused Interventions for the Prevention of Health Problems in Youth. Summer 1995 Health Ed. Health and Mental Health Issues of Women Fall 1996 Health Ed. Drug Education and Prevention Fall 2001 Health Ed. Family Strengthening (online course) Spring 2001 Health Ed. Prevention Research (online course) Fall 2002 Health Ed. Program Evaluation (Undergraduate Major s Class) Spring 2004 Health Ed. Strengthening Families Practicum (online course) Summer 2005 Health Ed. Alcohol and Drug Prevention (online course for SOPHE) Fall 2005 Health Ed Research Methods and Design, graduate level class GRADUATE STUDENTS SUPERVISED (23 Ph.D.) Oberlin College Psychology University of Minnesota Child Development M.A., 1971, Judy Horowitz (Chair) Children's Creativity Ph.D., 1976, Gordon White (Chair) Auditory Perception in Infants University of Utah Educational Psychology Educational Psychology Educational Psychology M.S., 1974, Karen J. Tyler (Chair) Cognitive Style and Sex Role Adherence in Elementary School Students M.S., 1974, William Hobson Bodell (Member) A Comparison of Student's Responses to a Set of Visual Stimuli in Open Area Facilities and Self-contained Classrooms M.S., 1975, Susan Marinel Greene (Chair) 14

15 Health Education Health Education Health Education Health Education Health Education Educational Psychology Health Education Family and Prev. Medicine Health Education Health Education Marketing Health Education Health Education Health Education Health Education Teacher's Perceptions of Male and Female Students Ph.D., 1991, Donald Zane Gray (Member) Multidimensional Health Status Risk-Adjustments to Medicaid Health Maintenance Organization Capitation Payment Rates Ph.D., 1991, Bradley Neiger (Member) Resilient Reintegration: Use of Structural Equations Modeling Ph.D. candidate, 1991, Shelley Wood (Co-Chair) (Left program before completion) Ph.D. candidate, 1991, Rod Jackman (Chair) (Left program before completion) M.S., 1992, Susan Dougherty (Member) (non-thesis) Master s Project on dental hygiene curriculum/practicum for dental hygiene students Ph.D., 1992, Robert Conger (Member) A Tri-modal Clinical Intervention for Conduct Disordered Children Ph.D., 1994, Deon Dunn (Member) Resilient Integration of Married Women with Children MSPH., 1994, John Librett (Member) Sense of Community as a Prerequisite to Community Health Program Effectiveness M.S., 1995, Gina Lutkritz (Chair) (non-thesis) Master s Project on Evaluation of Job Corps Alcohol and Drug Education Program M.S., 1995, Lori Reed Morris (Member) Thesis topic not determined yet: interested in health cost containment issues M.S., 1995, Kay Kendall (Member) Thesis topic not selected yet: interested in evaluating effectiveness of marketing strategies for private non-profit sector M.S., 1996, Robin Christensen (Member) (non-thesis) Master's Project on Effectiveness of Social Support and Stress Inoculation Training in Ameliorating Teacher's Stress Responses Ph.D., 1996, Robert Walker (Chair) Resilient reintegration of adult children of perceived alcoholic parents Ph.D., 1996, Wilma Johnson (Chair) Life improvement strategies among rural Aymara women of Bolivia: empowerment, income generation and reproductive health options Ph.D., 1996, Kathleen Poole (Chair) Impact of lifestyle-related risk and participation on absenteeism 15

16 Educational Psychology Recreation and Leisure Health Education Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Health Education Health Education Health Education Health Education Health Education Health Education Health Education Health Education Parks, Rec. Tourism Parks, Rec. Tourism Social Work Ph.D., 1997, Heidi Posavac (Member) Social comparison contrast effects on measures of body esteem: A study of the interaction between contextual and perceiver characteristics M.S., 1997, Shane Pegg (Member) The effects of aqua exercise on the life satisfaction, self esteem, perceived control and fitness levels of older adults M.S., 1998, Masa Sasagawa (Chair) Autonomic Hyperactivity in Adult Children of Alcoholics Ph.D., 2001, Paul Wright (Member) Effect of an asset-based recreation curriculum on developmental assets of court-supervised youth, assessed through triangulation of youth, parent, and probation officer appraisal. M.S., 2004, Julia Gossett (Chair) Grant submission to NIDA entitled, Strengthening Families for the Transition to Adulthood Ph.D., 2004, Elizabeth Herald (Chair) Contributions of Substance Abuse to Increased Health Care Costs in Elderly M.S., 2005, Kait Humphrey (Member) Thesis topic: Secondary data analysis of American Cancer Society data M.S., 2005, Angela De La Hoz (Hispanic)(Chair/Member) Thesis topic: Effectiveness of Strengthening Families Program with Hispanic families compared to non-hispanic families M.S. 2005, Mira Park (Asian) (Chair) Thesis topic: The impact of the qualities of health educators on intervention outcomes M.S., 2005, Michelle Yuskatis (Member) Thesis topic: Tooth decay prevention intervention with Midvale Elementary School students M.S., Fall 2006 Angela Livingston (Member) Thesis topic: PKU prevention and education Ph.D., Fall 2006, Beverly Webber (Member) Dissertation Interest: Resilience program study for diabetes prevention M.S., Fall 2006, Keri Schwab (Member), Thesis topic: Studying Family Leisure from a Systems Perspective M.S., Fall 2006, Jessica Moran (Member), Thesis topic: Funding development for Bikes Belong Program Ph.D., 2006, Evelyn Castro (Hispanic) (Member) 16

17 Health Education Social Work Health Education Health Education Health Education Nutrition Health Education Health Education Health Education Dissertation Interest: Study of messages that parents naturally use to help their children not to become drug abusers (Fordham University, through Robert Wood Johnson s Leaders in Prevention Program) M.S Gena Fletcher (Member) Thesis Topic: Evaluation of the Mayor s physical fitness program Ph.D., Trinidad Arguello (Hispanic) 2006 (Member) Dissertation Interest: Family interventions for Hispanic youth in mental health services Ph.D., Elizabeth Harald, RN, 2007 (Chair) Dissertation Topic: The Effect of a Brief Alcohol Education Intervention with Home Health Care Patients Ph.D., Jaroonrat Rodniam (Asian) 2007 (Chair) Dissertation Topic: The impact of parental monitoring on delinquency prevention in Thailand Ph.D., Dagan Wright 2007 (Chair) Dissertation Interest: Computer assisted instruction of Public Health 101 basics to public health workers at the Utah Department of Health M.S. Audrey Lee (Asian), Ph.D (Member) Topic: Feasibility and Efficacy of an Nutrition Intervention in Female Athletes Ph.D., Julia Gossett Summerhays (Chair/Member) Dissertation: Not sure of topic as Glenn became her chair Ph.D., Ana de Melo (Hispanic) (Chair, she left to return to Portugal) Dissertation Interest: Evaluation of outcomes for a parenting program for Portuguese high-risk families: In Search of Family Treasures. (her own program she developed. She came mostly to learn how to write grants and evaluate her own parenting program) Ph.D., Sandra Smeeding, 2008 (Chair) Dissertation Interest: Evaluation of the VA Integrative Health Clinic Outcomes 17

18 Health Education M.S. Rorie Duprie (Native American) (Chair) Thesis Topic: Healthy Minds over Time: An assessment of brain health activity in retirement communities Health Education Ph.D., Beverly Hyatt Neville 2009 (Chair) Dissertation Interest: Ten Year Outcome Evaluation of Salt Lake County Employees Wellness Program CURRENT GRADUATE STUDENT COMMITTEES Interdisciplinary Parks, Rec. Tourism Health Education Health Education Health Education Health Education Health Education Health Education Ph.D., Blanche Friday (Member, former RA) Dissertation Interest: Social Work, Counselor Education, and Native American Studies (University of Wyoming) Ph.D., Keri Schwab (Member), Dissertation Topic: Studying Family Leisure from a Systems Perspective Ph.D. Robin Hyatt 2010 planned graduation (Chair) Dissertation Topic: Outcome and Process Evaluation of the Build A Bone Program for Osteoporosis Prevention Ph.D. Diane Leggett 2010 planned graduation (Chair) Dissertation Topic: Evaluation of a Stress Management Program for Nursing Students M.S, Nathan Smith, 2010 (Chair) Thesis Topic: Effectiveness of a Multi-component Wilderness Experience on Improved Client Self-Efficacy, Self Esteem, Anxiety, and Depression M.S Cathryn Clayton, Ph.D (Chair) Thesis Topic: Communication Guidelines Regarding H1N1 Pandemic Flu Outbreak in Schools M.S Christy Carlson (Member) Thesis Topic: Wii Would Like to Play in Salt Lake County (evaluation of a Wii physical activity program) M.S Ilene England 2010 (Member) Thesis Topic: Wii Would Like to Play in Salt Lake County (evaluation of a Wii physical activity program) 18

19 Health Education Health Education Health Education Health Education Health Education M.S. Jackie Barco (Member) Thesis Topic: Feminist Approach to Attitudes Influencing Female Perpetrated Intimate Partner Violence M.S Qing-Qing Hu 2010 (Chair) Thesis Topic: Survey of Family Risk and Protective Factors in US Chinese Families Compared to Asian and Non-Asian Families M.S Jing Xie, 2010 (Chair) Thesis Topic: Comparison of Family Factors Influencing Children and Adolescents Mental Health in Chinese- American, Asian and Non-Asian Families M.S Cyrstal Ashton, 2011 planned (Chair) Thesis Topic: Matrix Model Health Survey in Remote Kenya Ph.D., Joaquin Fenollar 2012 (Advisor and maybe Chair, no committee formed yet) Dissertation Interest: Effectiveness of a Family Physical Activity Program for Diabetes Prevention in Pacific Islander or Hispanic Families GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH ASSISTANTS SUPERVISED * Students who have co-authored/published with Dr. Kumpfer as a result of their work. Psychology Ph.D. Lorraine Duffy (Sept June 1982)* (Asian)(Internship) Psychology Ph.D. Ross Nakashima (Sept Aug. 1983) (Asian) Educational Psychology Ph.D. Lynne Durrant (Sept Aug.1983) Sociology M.S. Jeff Bartlome (Sept Dec. 1986)* Social Work MSW Ann Holman (Oct Sept. 1987)* Social Work Ph.D. Jeanette Drews (Oct June 1988)* Social Work MSW Susan Stringham (Oct June 1988)* Social Work MSW Susan Hansen (Oct June 1988)* Social Work MSW Grace Lui (Oct June 1988) (Asian) Social Work MSW Lucille Hess (Oct June 1988) Social Work MSW Chris Attine (Oct June 1988) (Native American) 19

20 Social Work MSW Ann Pos (Oct June 1988)* Social Work MSW Wendy Child (Oct Sept. 1988)* Social Work MSW Kathleen Catanni (Oct Sept. 1988)* Social Work MSW Kim Clayton (Oct Sept. 1988)* Health Education Ph.D. Mike Tyler (July 1990-Sept. 1990) Mathematics M.S. Helen Young (Oct Dec. 1990) Family & Prev. Medicine MSPH John Librett (Jan June 1992)* Health Education M.S. Kate Bunnell (Jan Sept. 1991)* Health Education Ph.D. Rod Hopkins (Feb July 1992)* Health Education M.S. Masa Sasagawa (May 1991-Dec. 1997)* (Asian) Psychology Ph.D. Casi Chevront (June 1991-Oct. 1991)* Psychology Ph.D. Mike Robbins (June 1991-Oct. 1991)* Psychology Ph.D. Stephen Palmer (June 1991-Oct. 1991)* Health Education Ph.D. Lynn Dickey (July 1992-Dec. 1993)* Public Administration MPA Allison Millward (Sept Dec. 1993)* Health Education M.S. Grace Kim (Oct Dec. 1993) (Asian) Public Administration MPA. Veronica Crandall (Oct June 1994) (African-American) Linguistics M.S. Kate Williams (Oct June 1995)* Marketing M.S. Kay Kendall (Oct Aug. 2001) Health Education M.S. Barye Bluth (July 1995-June 2000)* Educational Psychology M.S. Wilma Tyner (Sept June 1998) (American Indian) Social Work Ph.D. Tracy Golden (Sept Dec. 2001) Nutrition M.S. Sarah Tronrud (July 1999-June 2002) Social Work MSW Christine Lee-Cavaness (May )* (Asian) Family & Prev. Medicine MSPH Elizabeth Stepan (Aug October 2003) Physical Therapy M.S. Brad Dalton (Aug May 2003) Educational Psychology M.Ed. Sara Collings (Aug August 2003)* Health Education M.S. Kimberlie Rew (June Dec. 2002) Health Education Ph.D. Julia Gossett Summerhays (July )* Health Education M.S. Andrea McCune (Oct Jan. 2003) Environmental Studies/ M.S. Amy Barry (Sept Aug. 2004) Political Science Health Education M.S. Angela De La Hoz (Sept Sept. 2003) (Hispanic) Educational Psychology Ph.D. Araceli Flores (Oct 2003-Aug. 2004) (Hispanic) Psychology M.S. Felix DeSeina (Oct Aug. 2006) Health Education M.S. Gena Fletcher (Oct August. 2006) Social Work MSW Ryan Stevenson (Oct present) 20

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