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1 Kitty S. Harris, Ph. D. George C. Miller Family Regents Professor Professor, Department of Community, Family and Addiction Services Texas Tech University Employment Address: Center for the Study of Addiction and Recovery Texas Tech University 1309 Akron / P.O. Box Lubbock, TX Phone (806) Fax (806) Doctor of Philosophy Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX EDUCATION Major: Human Development and Family Studies Emphasis: Addiction Dissertation: The Developmental Effects of Alcoholism on the Adolescent 1974 Master of Science North Texas State University, Denton, TX Major: Speech Communication Emphasis: Rhetoric Thesis: The Rhetorical Structure of the Women s Social and Political Union in Great Britain Bachelor of Science North Texas State University, Denton, TX Major: Secondary Education Minor: Speech Communication, English PROFESSIONAL LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS 1997 present 1995 present 1992 present Certified Prevention Specialist Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor Board Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, Level III Diplomat

2 Kitty S. Harris 2 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY CURRENT POSITIONS 2011 present Professor, Department of Community, Family and Addiction Studies, Tenured present Associate Dean, Outreach and Engagement, College of Human Sciences 2002 present Director, Center for the Study of Addiction and Recovery PREVIOUS POSITIONS Director, Center for Prevention and Resiliency Associate Professor, Department of Applied and Professional Studies Associate Dean of Academics, College of Human Sciences Co-director, Center for Prevention and Resiliency (Formerly the Center for Child and Adolescent Development and Resiliency) Associate Professor, Department of Human Development and Family Studies Adjunct Professor, Department of Educational Psychology Instructor, Department of Human Development and Family Studies Instructor, Continuing Education PRIVATE PRACTICE Adolescent, Adult and Family Therapy Responsibilities: Provided individual, group, and family psychotherapy for adolescents, young adults, and adults CANYON LAKES TREATMENT FACILITY Program Director, Supportive Adolescent Services Responsibilities: Developed and administered an adolescent substance abuse out-patient treatment program; Consulted and contracted with Lubbock Juvenile Justice Center for out-patient services; Assumed responsibility for budgeting and evaluation of the Supportive Adolescent Services program.

3 Kitty S. Harris 3 CHARTER PLAINS BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE SYSTEM Program Director, Outpatient Supportive Adolescent Services Responsibilities: Developed and implemented the Supportive Adolescent Services program; Recruited and supervised all staff involved in program delivery; Organized and facilitated a multi-disciplinary treatment team Clinical Director, Adolescent and Adult Chemical Dependency Units Responsibilities: Supervised all components of program delivery including staff of adult and adolescent chemical dependency units; Developed treatment programming and policies and procedures for client safety; Organized and facilitated a multi-disciplinary treatment team Program Director, Adolescent Substance Abuse Program Responsibilities: Created and implemented in-patient treatment program for adolescents; Developed a policies and procedures manual for the program; Assumed responsibility for budgeting, staffing, and evaluation of the adolescent inpatient treatment program; Facilitated multi-disciplinary treatment team WAYLAND BAPTIST UNIVERSITY Assistant Professor, Department of Speech Communications Instructor, Department of Speech Communications Administrative Responsibilities: Director of Forensics Debate Coach CONSULTING 2006 present The Ranch at Dove Tree TRI Productions, Inc. Mental Health and Substance Abuse Curriculum Development Lubbock Independent School District Alcohol and Drug Related Programming and Training Staff Development K-12 Student Support Team Training Education Service Center Region XVII Drug Free School Programming Charter Behavioral Healthcare System

4 Kitty S. Harris 4 EXTERNAL FUNDING FOR RESEARCH AND TRAINING ACTIVITIES FUNDED Federal Awards Harris, K.S., Laudet, A., Kimball, T.G., Relapse Prevention on College Campuses: Current Models and Characteristics, $43,378, National Institutes of Health / National Institute on Drug Abuse, April 2012-December Harris, K. S., Smock, S., & Baker, A. Creating Recovery Support Communities on College Campuses, $247,500, Health Resources & Services Administration, September August Harris, K. S. Best Practices in Collegiate Recovery Conference, $49,920, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, October 2009 September Harris, K. S., Kimball, T. G, Baker, A. K., & Smock, S. A. Methodology for Effectively Meeting the Needs of Recovering Students, $95,000, U.S. Department of Education, September 2009 August Harris, K. S., Kimball, T. G, Baker, A. K. Methodology for Effectively Meeting the Needs of Recovering Students, $143,449, U.S. Department of Education, June 2008 May Harris, K. S., Kimball, T. G., & Shumway, S. T. Creating Effective Relapse Prevention Strategies for Recovering College Students, $90,000, Center for Substance Abuse Prevention / Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, January 2007 December Harris, K. S., Developing Conceptual Frameworks for Addictive Behavior Research and Interventions in West Texas, Rural Health EXPORT Seed Grant / Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center funded by National Institutes of Health $17,500, February 2007 July Harris, K. S., Creating Effective Relapse Prevention Strategies for Recovering College Students, $99,000, Center for Substance Abuse Prevention / Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, June 2004 September Harris, K. S., Developing Conceptual Frameworks for Addictive Behavior Research and Interventions in West Texas, Rural Health EXPORT Seed Grant / Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, $5,000, National Institutes of Health, April 2005 July Harris, K. S., Methodology for Effectively Meeting the Needs of Recovering Students, $248,535, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration / Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, September 2003 August 2004.

5 Kitty S. Harris 5 State and Local Awards Harris, K. S., National Recovery Student Database, $100,000, John P. McGovern Foundation September 2012-August Harris, K. S., Dodd, S. L. Healthiest Communities and Childhood Obesity Program / Covenant Body Mind Initiative, $250,000, Covenant Health System, July 2012 June Harris, K. S., National Recovery Student Database, $100,000, John P. McGovern Foundation September 2011-August Harris, K. S., Ranch at Dove Tree Program Evaluation, $50,000, The Ranch at Dove Tree, September 2011-August Harris, K. S., Kimball, T. G., & Smock, S. A. Healthiest Communities and Childhood Obesity Program / Covenant Body Mind Initiative, $1,250,000 ($250,000 per year) Covenant Health System, July 2008 June Harris, K.S. United Future Leaders: Civility, Ethics, and Leadership, $1,000,000 ($250,000 per year) United Supermarkets, Inc., January 2007 December Harris, K. S., Development, Delivery, and Evaluation of a Program in Life Skill Development and Enhancement, $500,000 ($125,00 per year), Talkington Foundation. June 2007-December Harris, K. S. & Bell, N. J. Supportive Adolescent Services $700,000 ($50,000 per year) Lubbock Independent School District September 1997 August Harris, K. S., The Ranch at Dove Tree Extension Project: A Partnership for Recovery, $1,575,000 ($315,000 per year) The Aberdeen Foundation, Inc. September 2006 August Harris, K. S. & Bell, N. J. 7 th Grade Transition Project $200,122 ($42,710 for FY ; $22,992 for FY ; $49,000 for FY for 2008) Lubbock Mental Health and Mental Retardation September 2002 August Harris, K. S. & Bell, N. J. 6 th Grade Transition Project $45,984 ($22,992 per year) Lubbock Mental Health and Mental Retardation September 2006 August Harris, K. S. & Bell, N. J. Adolescent Development and Prevention $37,850, South Plains Volunteer Services January 2002 December NOT FUNDED Smock, S. A., Rodgers, B. E., & Harris, K. S. Genetic and Social Support Markers in SDD Relapse Prevention, $298,797, National Institutes of Health, Pending for September 2011 to August 2014.

6 Kitty S. Harris 6 Harris, K. S., Smock, S., & Rushing, S. Obesity/weight Related Prevention in Minority and Underserved Children, $274,961, National Institutes of Health (R21), Pending for December 2010 to November Harris, K. S., Smock, S., & Baker, A. K. Collegiate Recovery Communities: Evaluating a Promising Model for Recovery Promotion and Relapse Prevention on College Campuses, $219,510, U.S. Department of Education, Submitted May Harris, K. S., Smock, S., & Baker, A. K. The Body Mind Initiative - Tarrant County Expansion, $30,000, The Dannon Corporation, Submitted March Harris, K. S., Smock, S., & Rushing, S. Champions for Healthy Kids Grant, $10,000, General Mills, Submitted January Harris, K. S., Kimball, T. G., Shumway, S., & Baker, A. K. Recovery Community Services Program (RCSP IV), Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration, $1,400,000,Submitted Harris, K.S., Shumway, S.S., & Kimball, T.G. Collegiate Recovery Community Prevention Enhancement Project, U.S. Department of Education, $175,000. Submitted Cleveland, H.H, O Boyle, M, & Harris, K.S. Brain/Behavior Correlates of Students Substance Abuse and Recovery. National Institute on Drug Abuse, $361,250. Submitted Cleveland, H.H. & Harris, K.S. Abstinent Lives: A Daily Diary Study of Social Support. National Institute for Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, $143,000. Submitted Harris, K.S., Cleveland, H.H., & Baker, A.K., Recovery Community Services Program (RCSP III), Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, $1,000,000. Submitted Harris, K.S., Baker, A.K., & Sanchez, V.S. Recovery Community Services Program (RCSP II), Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, $1,300,000. Submitted INTERNAL FUNDING ACTIVITIES Center for the Study of Addiction and Recovery $800,000 total ($100,000 per year) Operational funding from Texas the Tech University System, September 2004 August Transition to University as Experienced by Center for the Study of Addiction Student $9,000 ($4,500 per year) College of Human Sciences Seed Grant Funding ( ) Principal Investigator.

7 Kitty S. Harris 7 What Motivates Consumers to Buy Organic Food in the United States? $9,994.48, Pilot Project for the College of Human Sciences (2004), Co-Principal Investigator/Focus Group Leader. PRIVATE INDIVIDUAL AND FOUNDATION DEVELOPMENT AWARDS All private individual donations and foundation donations and awards have been secured as Director of the Center for the Study of Addiction and Recovery and as Director of the Center for Prevention and Resiliency (2002 present) for the purpose of program support and enhancement. UNRESTRICTED FUNDS January 2002 December 2002 $25, January 2003 December 2003 $69, January 2004 December 2004 $102, January 2005 December 2005 $23, January 2006 December 2006 $174, January 2007 December 2007 $346, January 2008 December 2008 $318, January 2009 December 2009 $361, January 2010 December 2010 $380, January 2011 December 2011 $223, January 2012 December , Sub Total $2,078,626.90

8 Kitty S. Harris 8 NEW SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENTS January 2002 December 2002 $80, January 2004 December 2004 $26, January 2005 December 2005 $52, January 2006 December 2006 $35, January 2007 December 2007 $36, January 2008 December 2008 $16, January 2009 December 2009 $30, January 2011 December 2011 $6, January 2012 December 2013 $100, Sub Total $383, ADDITIONS TO EXISTING SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENTS January 2002 December 2002 $68, January 2003 December 2003 $33, January 2004 December 2004 $15, January 2005 December 2005 $3, January 2006 December 2006 $107, January 2007 December 2007 $44, January 2008 December 2008 $50, January 2009 December 2009 $27, January 2010 December 2010 $10, January 2011 December 2011 $16, January 2012 December 2012 $64, Sub Total $442,726.93

9 Kitty S. Harris 9 TOTAL FOUNDATION AWARDS Total Unrestricted Funds $2,078, Total New Scholarships $383, Additions to Existing Scholarship Endowments Building Project Funds ( ) Operating Endowment (2006) McGovern Research Project Fund ( ) Eating Disorder Endowment (2010) Gary Peterson Research Project (2011) Replication Project (2011) Operating Endowment (2012) $442, $2,828, $1,000, $400, $2,070, $100, $400, $3,000, Grand Total $12,703,652.18

10 Kitty S. Harris 10 PUBLICATIONS REFEREED MANUSCRIPTS Pohlmeier, A., Cooper, J., Boylan, M., Harris, K.S., Spallholz, J. & Phy, J. (Submitted). Low insulinogenic diet: A potential treatment for polycystic ovary syndrome? Journal of Metabolic Syndrome & Related Disorders. Taylor, K. & Harris, K.S. (Submitted). A psychosocial profile of early adolescent girls with desirable nutrition parameters. The Journal of Early Adolescence. Shumway, S.T., Dakin, J. B., Smock Jordan, S.A., Kimball, T.G., & Harris, K. S. (Submitted). The development of the hope and coping in recovery scale. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. Bradshaw, S. D., Shumway, S. T., Wang, E. W., & Harris, K. S. (Submitted). Addiction and the mediation of hope on craving, motivation, and coping. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. Bradshaw, S. D., Shumway, S. T., Harris, K. S., & Baker, M. (2013). Predictive factors of readiness for change during inpatient treatment, Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 31 (3). Phy, JL., Pohlmeier, A., Cooper, J., Spallholz, J., Harris, K.S., Boylan, M. (2013). Polycystic ovary syndrome patients achieve successful weight loss and decreased waist and hip circumference after 8-week low starch/low dairy diet. American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Phy, JL., Pohlmeier, A., Cooper, J., Spallholz, J., Harris, K.S., Boylan, M. (2013). Reduction of clinical hyperandrogenism in polycystic ovary syndrome patients after 8-week low starch/low dairy diet. American Society of Reproductive Medicine. Zheng, Y. Wiebe, R.P., Cleveland, H.H., Molenaar, P.C. & Harris, K.S. (2013). An Idiographic Examination of Day-to-Day Patterns of Substance Use Craving, Negative Affect, and Tobacco Use Among Young Adults in Recovery, Multivariate Behavioral Research, 48:2, Shumway, S.T., Bradshaw, S. D., Harris, K. S., & Baker, A. K. (2013). Important factors of early addiction recovery and inpatient treatment, Alcoholism Quarterly, (31) 1, Shumway, S. T., Kimball, T. G., Dakin, J. B., Baker, A. K., & Harris, K. S. (2011). Multifamily groups in recovery: A revised multifamily curriculum. Journal of Family Psychotherapy, 22(3),

11 Kitty S. Harris 11 Harris, K. S., Smock, S. A., & Tabor Wilkes, M. (2011). Relapse resilience: A process model of addiction and recovery. Journal of Family Psychotherapy, 22(3), Wiersma, J. D., Fischer, J. L., Cleveland, H., Reifman, A., & Harris, K. S. (2011). Selection and socialization of drinking among young adult dating, cohabiting, and married partners. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 28(2), Smock, S. A., Baker, A. K, Harris, K. S., & Dsauza, C. (2011). The role of social support in collegiate recovery communities: A review of the literature. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 29(1), Cleveland, H., & Harris, K. S. (2010). Conversations about recovery at and away from a drop-in center among members of a collegiate recovery community. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 28(1), Cleveland, H., & Harris, K. S. (2010). The role of coping in moderating within-day associations between negative triggers and substance use cravings: A daily diary investigation. Addictive Behaviors, 35(1), Bell, N. J., Kanitkar, K., Kierksek, K. A., Watson, W., Das, A., Kostina-Ritchey, E., Russell, M. H., & Harris, K. S. (2009). It has made college possible for me : Feedback on the impact of a university-based center for students in recovery. Journal of American College Health, 57(6), Bell, N. J., Kerksiek, K. A., Kanitkar, K., Watson, W., Das, A., Kostina-Ritchey, E., Russell, M. H., & Harris, K. S. (2009). University students in recovery: Implications of different types of recovery identities and common challenges. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 27 (4), Kerksiek, K. A., Bell, N. J., & Harris, K. S. (2008). Exploring meanings of adolescent and young adult alcohol/other drug use: Perspectives of students in recovery. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 26(3), Harris, K. S., Baker, A. K., Kimball, T. G., & Shumway, S. T., (2008). Achieving systems-based sustained recovery: A comprehensive model for collegiate recovery communities. Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery, 2(24), Cleveland, H. H., Harris, K. S., Baker, A. K, Herbert, R., & Dean, L. R. (2007). Characteristics of a collegiate recovery community: Maintaining recovery in an abstinence-hostile environment. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. 33(1), Herbert, R., Baker, A. K., Cleveland, H. H., & Harris, K. S. (2005). Characteristics of a collegiate recovery community. Family Focus, 8, 8-10.

12 Kitty S. Harris 12 Lee, J. R., Mulsow, M., Fischer, J. L., Harris, K. S., Arredondo, R., & Shumway, S. (2003). Effects of gender, sexual victimization and duration of substance abuse on substance abuse treatment. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 22(1), Harris, K. S. & Ducote, D. (1982). Alcoholism and the family. Tips and Topics in Home Economics, Fall, Smith, D., Asher, R., Ducote, D., & Harris, K. S. (1980). Helping skills for caregivers of young children. Tips and Topics in Home Economics, Fall, Harris, K. S. (1976). Hierarchical rhetoric. Texas Speech Communications Journal, 1(1), REFEREED ABSTRACTS Harp, S., Hoover, L., Boyce, J., Thompson, L., Harris, K. S., Padgett, B., & Liu, M. (July, 2005).U.S. consumer demand for organic food products: An agenda for research. Book of Abstracts: 12 th Recent Advances in Retailing & Services Science Conference. Harris, K. S. (October, 1983). Adolescent alcoholism as it relates to adolescent egocentrism/ sociocentrism in males. Substance and Alcohol Action/Misuse. Harris, K. S. (1983). The effects of alcoholism on ego identity in adolescent males. Substance and Alcohol Action/Misuse, October. Harris, K. S. (October, 1983). Sex differences evident in young adult alcoholics as related to adolescent egocentrism and sociocentrism. Substance and Alcohol Action/Misuse. Harris, K. S. (October, 1983). Ego identity sex differences in young adult alcoholics. Substance and Alcohol Action/Misuse. PROFESSIONAL REVIEWS Harris, K.S. (July, 2012). Journal Reviewer. Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery. Harris, K.S. (April, 2012). Journal Reviewer. Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery. Harris, K.S. (2011). Journal Reviewer. Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery. Harris, K.S. (2011). Journal Reviewer. Alcohol Treatment Quarterly. Harris, K.S. (August, 2010). Journal Reviewer. Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery. Harris, K. S. (May, 2010). Journal Reviewer: Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly. Harris, K. S. (July, 2009). Journal Reviewer: Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly.

13 Kitty S. Harris 13 Harris, K. S. (2003). Substance Abuse Reviewer: The Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy. BOOKS, BOOK CHAPTERS, CURRICULA AND POPULAR PRESS Harris, K. S. & Gould, J. E. (2012). Women and recovery: Finding hope. New York, NY: John Wiley and Sons. Cleveland, H. H., Harris, K. S., & Wiebe, R. P. (Editors). (2010). Substance abuse recovery in college: Community supported abstinence. New York: Springer. Wiebe, R. P., Cleveland, H. H., Harris, K. S. (2010). The need for recovery services. In H.H. Cleveland, K. S. Harris, & R. P Wiebe (Eds.), Substance abuse recovery in college: Building communities to support sustained abstinence (pp. 1-8). New York: Springer. Harris, K. S. and Baker, A. K. (2010). Collegiate recovery communities: What they are and how they support recovery. In H. H.Cleveland, K. S. Harris, & R. P Wiebe (Eds.), Substance abuse recovery in college: Building communities to support sustained abstinence (pp. 9-22). New York: Springer. Baker, A.K. and Harris, K.S. (2010). Questions more answers: Creating effective relapse prevention strategies for recovering college students Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (contract# ). Harris, K. S. & Baker, A. K. (2008). The collegiate recovery community: The benefits of providing recovery support for students struggling with addictive disorders. Student Affairs Leader, 36(13)4-5. Harris, K. S., Baker, A. K., and Thompson, A. A. (2006). Eating Disorders: An Addendum to Making an Opportunity on Your Campus: A Comprehensive Guide for Designing Collegiate Recovery Communities. (Funded by the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment and the U.S. Department of Education). Harris, K. S., Baker, A. K., & Thompson, A. A. (2005). Making an Opportunity on Your Campus: A Comprehensive Curriculum for Designing Collegiate Recovery Communities. A four volume curriculum based on the Center for the Study of Addiction and Recovery that outlines the process of creating and implementing a Collegiate Recovery Community on campuses across the United States. (Funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment) Harris, K. S. (1995). Fragile: Pack with care. Unpublished manuscript.

14 Kitty S. Harris 14 OTHER RESEARCH AND PROFESSIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS Conference Host (2013) Fourth Annual Collegiate Recovery Relapse Prevention Conference. Lubbock, TX. Host, Big XII Faculty Fellowship Awardee (Spring, 2013) Lori Holleran Steiker, Ph.D., ACSW, MSW, University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work Conference Chair (2012) If You Build It, They Will Come: Building and Sustaining Effective Campus Recovery Programs. Department of Education, Washington, DC. Invited Expert Panel Member (2012) Recovery Programs in Educational Settings, Office of National Drug Control Policy, National Webinar. Invited Expert Panel Member (2012) Campus Recovery Programs: Integrating Relapse Prevention Strategies into Comprehensive Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention, Department of Education s Higher Education Center for Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Violent Prevention, National Webinar. Partner, Texas Peer Assistance Program for Nurses (2012) Recognized TPAPN 25 th Anniversary Gala, Austin, TX. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration BRSS TAKS Task 15 (2012) National Symposium on Youth Leadership Development, Listening Sessions Agenda for Youth, Families, Providers, Teleconference. Conference Host (2012) Evolution of Families through Recovery. Lubbock, TX. Conference Host (2011) Second Annual Collegiate Recovery Relapse Prevention Conference. Lubbock, TX. Invited Expert Panel Member (2010) Recovery Summit for Higher Education. The U.S. Department of Education. Washington, D.C. Invited Expert Panel Member (2010) The Summit on Recovery, White House Office of National Drug Control Policy and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Washington, D.C. Conference Host (2010) Recovery and relapse prevention: Best practices for combating addiction and supporting recovery on college campuses. Lubbock, TX.

15 Kitty S. Harris 15 Conference Co-Host (2009) Texas Association of Drug Court Professionals Annual Training, Reyes, R. (Co-Host) and Harris, K. S. (Co-Host), Lubbock, TX. Conference Host (2006) Fifth Annual Association of Recovery Schools Conference, Pathways to Community: Recovery and Education. Lubbock, TX. Invited Expert Panel Member (2005) The Summit on Re-Thinking the Paradigm of Recovery, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Washington, DC. Invited Expert Participant (2004) Ruffin, D. (Chair). Disparities in Healthcare (participants include DeShields, D., Harris, K. S., Ragain, M., Amlane, A., Nairn, R., Patterson, P., & Bennet, S.) Lighting the Path to Preeminence, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX. Subject Expert for Measurement Review (2004) Morrison, G. (Chair). Interaction between Cultures: The Recovery Process Amongst Undergraduates Participating in Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous (participants include Harris, K. S., and Salmeri, P.) Co-Chair ( ) Collaborative Research Team for Eating Disorders, Texas Tech University. Members include Bell, N. J. (Co-chair), Harris, K. S. (Co-chair) Chair (2003 present) Collaborative Research Team for the Center for the Study of Addiction and Recovery, Texas Tech University. Projects include: The National Collegiate Recovery Community Research Consortium The National Longitudinal Recovery Student Database Project Member ( ) Alcohol and Drug Addictions Research Team, Texas Tech University. Members include Cleveland, H. H., Reifman, A., Fischer, J. L., Mulsow, M., and Kimball, T.

16 Kitty S. Harris 16 PRESENTATIONS REFEREED Pohlmeier, A., Boylan, M., Phy, JL., Spallholz, J., Harris, K.S., Chang, H., Cooper, JA. (April 2013). Women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) demonstrate improved fat oxidation after Low insulinogenic diet. Poster presented at the Fifth International Congress on Pre-diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome. Vienna, Austria. Phy, J. L., Pohlmeier, A., Al-Ibraheemi, Z., Cooper, J., Harris, K.S., & Boylan, M. (2013). Women with polycystic ovary syndrome demonstrate improved fasting and 2-hour insulin following 8- week low starch/low dairy diet. Poster presented at the Conjoint Meeting of the International Federation of Fertility Societies and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Phy, J. L., Pohlmeier, A., Cooper, J., Harris, K.S., Watkins, P. & Boylan, M. (2013). Reduction of clinical hyperandrogenism in polycystic ovary syndrome patients after 8-week low starch/low dairy diet. Poster presented at the Conjoint Meeting of the International Federation of Fertility Societies and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Laudet, A., Harris, K.S., Winters, K., Moberg, P.D., Kimball, T.G. (2013). Nationwide survey of collegiate recovery programs: Is there a single model? Poster presented at the College on Problems of Drug Dependence Scientific Meeting (Funded by the National Institutes on Drug Abuse). Harris, K.S., & Kimball, T.G. (2012). Collegiate recovery communities: Engaging a national community of university campuses. Paper presented at the National Outreach Scholarship Conference. Tuscaloosa, AL. Harris, K.S., D Sauza, C.M., Nobles, L. (2012). Achieving the Impossible: The Impact of Collegiate Recovery Communities. Thirty-eighth Annual Texas Association of Addiction Professionals State Conference on Addiction Studies 2012 Leagues under the Sea: A Treasure Chest of Education. San Antonio, TX. Laudet, A., Baker, A. K., & Harris, K. S. (2011). Collegiate recovery communities: Student membership and prospective outcomes. Poster presented at at the 34 th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism. Atlanta, GA. Harris, K. S., Smock, S. A., & Baker, A. K. (2010). Collegiate recovery communities: Facilitating and investigating recovery in the young adult demographic. Poster presented at the College on Problems of Drug Dependency Scientific Meeting, Scottsdale, AZ. Harris, K. S., Walker, L., Smock, S. A., Rushing, S., & Tabor, M. (2010). Body-mind initiative. Poster presented at the National Youth-At-Risk Conference, Savannah, GA.

17 Kitty S. Harris 17 Harris, K. S., & Baker, A. K. (2008). Working with the collegiate addict: What you need to know. National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors Recovery for a Lifetime Conference, Overland Park, KA. Finch, A., Moberg, P. D., Harris, K. S., Baker, A. K., Winters, K. & Seward, C. (2007). Research and evidence of recovery support in recovery high schools and collegiate recovery communities. Joint Meeting on Adolescent Treatment Effectiveness, Washington, DC. Dean, L. R., Cleveland, H. H., Herbert, R., Baker, A. K., & Harris, K. S. (2007). Characteristics of a collegiate recovery community: Maintaining recovery in an abstinence-hostile environment. Texas Council on Family Relations (TCFR) Conference, Austin, TX. Cleveland, H., Herbert, R., & Harris, K. S. (2006). The daily use of abstinence strategies among emerging adults in substance abuse recovery. Conference on Emerging Adulthood, Tucson, AZ. Harris, K. S. and Baker, A. K. (2006). Tertiary prevention: An upside-down look at comprehensive alcohol and other drug prevention for your campus. U.S. Department of Education s National Conference on Alcohol, Other Drug and Violence Prevention in Higher Education, Washington, DC. Harris, K. S. and Salmeri, P. (2006). The ever changing face of collegiate recovery. Fifth Annual Association of Recovery Schools Conference. Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX. Cleveland, H. H., Harris, K. S., Herbert, R. E., Reifman, A., Fischer, J. L., & Mulsow, M. H., (2005). The insulating effects of extroversion on recovery from substance abuse. American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. Harris, K. S., Reifman, A. (Chairs), & Cleveland, H. H. (Organizer). (2005). Building and understanding a collegiate substance use recovery community. (participants include Cleveland, H. H., Comiskey, G. E., Herbert, R. E., Kimball, T., Baker, A. K. and Harris, K. S.). American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. Harris, K. S. & Baker, A. K. (2005). Creating a collegiate recovery community. Fourth Annual Association of Recovery Schools Conference. Augsburg College, Minneapolis, MN. Harris, K. S. & Comiskey, G. E. (2005). Addressing non-substance related addiction. Fourth Annual Association of Recovery Schools Conference. Augsburg College, Minneapolis, MN. Harris, K. S. (2005). No nonsense approach to relapse prevention. Twenty-seventh Annual Regional Institute on Substance Abuse and Addiction, Lubbock, TX. Bell, N. J., Kerksiek, K., Watson, W., Kanitkar, K., Harris, K. S., Sorell, G., & Peek, C. W. (2005). University students in recovery: Developmental pathways during the first year. Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Atlanta, GA.

18 Kitty S. Harris 18 Harris, K. S. & Baker A. K. (2005). Collegiate recovery communities: The importance of continuing care for recovering students in higher education. The 16 th Annual Youth-At- Risk Conference, Savannah, GA. Bell, N. J., Kanitkar, K., Kerksiek, K, Watson, W. K., & Harris, K. S. (2004). Students in recovery: Identity construction during the transition to college. The National Council on Family Relations, Orlando, FL. Harris, K. S. & Baker, A. K. (2004). Collegiate recovery communities: Fighting addiction on college campuses. U.S. Department of Education s National Conference on Alcohol, Other Drug and Violence Prevention in Higher Education, Washington, DC. Harris, K. S. and Baker A. K., (2004). The process model of addiction and recovery. The 3 rd Annual Association of Recovery Schools Conference, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. Harris, K. S. & Baker A. K. (2004). Collegiate recovery communities: The importance of continuing care for recovering students in higher education. The 15 th Annual Youth-At-Risk Conference, Savannah, GA. Harris, K. S. & Baker A. K. (2004). Continuing care for the recovering student: A systems perspective. Texas Association of Marriage and Family Therapists Conference, Houston, TX. Harris, K. S. & Baker, A. K. (2003). On the cutting edge of prevention: Continuing care for the recovering college student. U.S. Department of Education s National Conference on Alcohol, Other Drug and Violence Prevention in Higher Education, Austin, TX. Harris, K. S. (2000). Adolescent resiliency: The key to high risk youth. The 22nd Annual Regional Institute on Substance Abuse and Addiction, Lubbock, TX. Harris, K. S. (1998). Adolescent treatment. The 20th Annual Institute on Substance Abuse and Addiction, Lubbock, TX. Harris, K. S. (1996). Adolescent resiliency. The 18th Annual Institute on Substance Abuse and Addiction, Lubbock, TX. Harris, K. S. (1993). Gender specific prevention strategies for adolescent girls. Texas Conference on Women and Alcohol and Drugs, Houston, TX. Harris, K. S. (1993). Identifying adolescent pain. 36th Annual State Institute of Alcohol and Drug Studies, Austin, TX. Harris, K. S. (1992). Hidden developmental agendas in adolescent chemical dependency treatment. The 35th Annual State Institute on Alcohol and Drug Studies, Austin, TX.

19 Kitty S. Harris 19 Harris, K. S. (1992). The All American Kid : Recognizing the hidden alcohol abuser. American Health Institute, San Antonio, TX. Harris, K. S. (1988). The effect of alcohol and drug abuse on adolescent development. Southwest Conference on Alcohol and Drugs, Phoenix, AZ. Harris, K. S. (1987). An alternative to running in place: Nurturing adolescent development through the prevention of chemical dependency. 30 th Annual State Institute of Alcohol and Drug Studies, Austin, TX. Harris, K. S. (1987). Relapse and the impaired counselor. 30th Annual State Institute of Alcohol and Drug Studies, Austin, TX. Harris, K. S. (1987). Treatment issues in adolescent chemical dependency. South Plains Association of Governments/Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Annual Regional Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute, Lubbock, TX. Harris, K. S. (1984). Adolescent drinking patterns. Sixth Annual Conference on Alcohol Abuse, Lubbock, TX. Harris, K. S. (1983). Prevention of adolescent alcoholism. Fifth Annual Conference on Alcohol Abuse Prevention and Education: A Community Approach, Lubbock, TX. Harris, K. S. (1983). Adolescents and communication. Fourth Annual Conference on Alcohol Abuse, Lubbock, TX. Harris, K. S. (1983). The developmental effects of alcoholism in the adolescent. Substance Abuse Conference, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, El Paso, TX. KEYNOTE ADDRESSES Harris, K.S. (2012). Keynote address: Collegiate Recovery Data: How to Make What We Have Learned Work for Your Campus. The 3 rd National Collegiate Recovery Conference: Understanding and Responding to Young Adult Addiction and Recovery, Kennesaw, GA. Harris, K. S. and Baker, A. K. (2011). Collegiate recovery communities: Help for recovering students in higher education. Third Annual Mississippi Addictions Conference, Jackson, MS. Harris, K. S. (2010). Keynote address: History and overview of collegiate recovery communities. Recovery and Relapse Prevention: Best Practices for Combating Addiction and Supporting Recovery on College Campuses, Lubbock, TX. Harris, K. S. (2006). Keynote address: Recovery and education: How to help adolescents and young adults in recovery for addictive disorders. Nebraska Meeting for Health and Wellness in Education, Omaha, NE.

20 Kitty S. Harris 20 Harris, K. S. (2006) Keynote Address: Leadership. Regional conclave of Phi Upsilon Omicron, Dallas, TX. Harris, K. S. (2005). Keynote address: Mentoring: Modeling what matters. Annual County Extension Agents Conference, Lubbock, TX. Harris, K. S. (2004). Keynote address: The process model of addiction and recovery. The 26 th Annual Regional Institute on Substance Abuse and Addiction, Lubbock, TX. Harris, K. S. (1999). Keynote address: Connectedness, the foundation of wellness. Fourth Annual Conference on Wellness, Educational Service Center, Region 17, Lubbock, TX. Harris, K. S. (1998). Keynote address: Giving adolescents what they need. The 10 th Annual West Texas Institute for Safe and Drug Free Schools, Lubbock, TX. Harris, K. S. (1997). Keynote address: This used to be easier. 13 th Annual Celebrate Children Conference, Austin, TX. INVITED Laudet, A., Harris, K.S., Winters, K., Moberg, P.D., Kimball, T.G. (2013). Collegiate Recovery Programs: Results from the first national survey. Presentation at the 4 th National Collegiate Recovery Conference, Lubbock, TX (Funded by the National Institutes on Drug Abuse). Harris, K.S. (2013). Ethics Series: Women and recovery: A personal and professional reflection. Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX. Harris, K.S. (2013). Woman unbroken: Putting the pieces together through recovery. Betty Ford Women s Symposium: Journey to Wholeness, Los Angeles, CA. Harris, K.S. (2012). Civility in the classroom. Texas Tech University Health Science Center Faculty Retreat, Lubbock, TX. Harris, K.S. (2012). Women and recovery: Finding hope. Recovery 360, Dallas, TX. Harris, K. S. and Baker, A. K. (2011). Recovery protection for young adults. The 3 rd Annual Mississippi Addictions Conference, Jackson, MS. Harris, K. S. and Baker, A. K. (2010). Collegiate recovery communities: Help for recovering students in higher education. The 2 nd Annual Mississippi Addictions Conference, Jackson, MS. Harris, K. S. (2009). Community engagement at the college of human sciences. Texas Tech University System Community Engagement Conference, Lubbock, TX.

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