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EDUCATION


Ph.D., Adult Education/Program Evaluation, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1988.

M.S., Counseling & Guidance, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1975.

B.A., History, Education, Baldwin-Wallace College, Berea, Ohio, 1967; European-American Study Center, Basel, Switzerland, 1965-66.

PRESENT POSITION


Department Chair, Educational Leadership, College of Education, University of Arizona, 7/03-present.

Smith Endowed Chair in Prevention and Education, College of Education, University of Arizona, 1/98-present.

Professor, Educational Leadership Program, College of Education, University of Arizona, 1/98-present.

PREVIOUS POSITIONS


Visiting Scientist, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Division of Violence Prevention, Sabbatical leave, 8/96-8/97.

Associate Professor (7/95-1/98), Assistant Professor (from 9/89), Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Indiana University.

Director, Center for Adolescent Studies, School of Education, Indiana University, 1989-1998.

Associate Research Scientist, Center for Health Services Research and Analysis, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1978-89.

Education Consultant, Lutheran Social Services, Madison, WI, 1974-78.

Instructor, Madison Area Technical College, Madison, WI, 1973-74.

Educational Writer/Art Editor, Visual Educational Consultants, Inc, 1972-73.

Public School Teacher, Grades 6-10, 1967-71.

AWARDS & HONORS (View Complete Record)


Focus Award, Pima County Child Abuse Prevention Council, 2007.

Maria Urquides Laureate Award, College of Education Advisory Board, The University of Arizona., 2007.

Alumni Educator of the Year Award, Baldwin-Wallace College, Berea, Ohio, 2006.

Faculty Outstanding Service Award, College of Education, The University of Arizona, 2003.

U.S. Department of Education, Promising Program for Safe, Disciplined and Drug-Free Schools, presented to SMART Team multimedia conflict resolution software, 2000.

Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) Exemplary Model Prevention Program Award, presented to SMART Team multimedia conflict resolution software, 1999, 2000.

ADOL (Adolescent Directory On Line) Web site address is (http://smith.ed.arizona.edu/drug-info http://smith.ed.arizona.edu/drug-info) Awards in 1997: Education World Site Award, Top 5% of Web Site, Health A to Z Five Star Site, Magellan Three Star Site, Best of Web Award from Surf Select, Snap on Line, Home PC and Pacific Bell.

Town Meeting on Youth & Violence, National University Continuing Education Association’s Noncredit Series Program of Excellence, 1996.

Who's Who in American Education, 1993-95.

Indiana University School of Education Burton W. Gorman Award for Distinguished Teaching, March, 1993.

S.T.A.T.E. (Society for Technology and Teacher Education) Award for Outstanding Contribution, Best Integration of Multimedia into Methods Courses, 1992.

A.M.A. (American Medical Association) National Congress on Adolescent Health Award for Excellence in Education and Prevention presented to BARN (Body Awareness Resource Network) for Comprehensive Health Education and Prevention Program, 1989.

Russell J. Hosler Award for the Outstanding Dissertation, Department of Curriculum and Vocational Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1988.

PUBLICATIONS (View Complete Record)


Book Chapters

Bosworth, K. (Spring 2003). Application of Computer Technology to Drug Abuse Prevention. In W. Bukoski & Z. Slaboda, Handbook of drug abuse theory, science, and practice. New York: Plenum Publishing.

Bosworth, K. (Nov, 2002). Talking it out: A computer-based mediation process for adolescents. In H. Resnick (Ed.), Human services technology: Innovations in practice and education. New York: The Haworth Publishing.

Simon, T., Bosworth, K. & Unger, J. (2001). Component studies. In S. Sussman (Ed.), Handbook of program development for health behavior research and practice (pp. 321-344). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.

Bosworth, K. (2000). Foreword. In W. Hansen, S. Giles & M. Fearnow-Kenney (Eds.), Improving prevention effectiveness (pp. 3-5). Greensboro, NC: Tanglewood Research, Inc.

Bosworth, K. (1994). Computer games and simulations as tools to reach and engage adolescents in health promotion activities. In H. Resnick (Ed.), Electronic tools for social work practice and education (pp. 109-119). Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press.

Bosworth, K. (1994). Developing collaborative skills in college students. In K. Bosworth & S. Hamilton (Eds.), Collaborative learning: Underlying processes and emerging practices, new directions for teaching and learning series, 59 (pp. 25-31). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Journal Publications – Refereed

Arenas, A., Bosworth, K., & Kwandayi, H.P. (2006). Civic service through schools: An international perspective. Compare: A Journal of Comparative Education, v36 n1, p23-40.

Bosworth, K. (2002). Talking it out: A computer-based mediation process for adolescents. Technology in Human Services, 20(1/2), 67-81.

Ferreira, M. M., Smith, G. R., & Bosworth, K. (2002, March 12). Critical dimensions of the caring culture of an urban middle school. International Electronic Journal for Leadership in Learning, 6(3).

Bosworth, K., & Earthman, E. (2002). From theory to practice: School leaders’ perspectives on resiliency. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 58(3), 299-306.

Ferreira, M. M., Smith, G. R., & Bosworth, K. (2001). Metaphors as images of school culture. Journal of School Leadership,11(2), 78-97.

Ferreira, M., & Bosworth, K. (2001) Defining caring teachers: Adolescents' perspectives. Journal of Classroom Interaction, 36(1), 24-30.

Espelage, D.L., Bosworth, K., & Simon, T.R. (2001). Short term stability and change of bullying in middle school students: An examination of potential demographic, psychosocial , and environmental correlates. Violence and Victims, 16(4), 411-426.

Ferreira, M., & Bosworth, K. (2000). Context as a critical factor in young adolescents' concepts of caring. Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 15(1), 117-128.

Espelage, D.L, Bosworth, K., & Simon, T.R. (2000). Examining the social context of bullying behaviors in early adolescence. Journal of Counseling and Development, 78(3), 326-333.

Bosworth, K., Espelage, D.L. , DuBay, T., Daytner, G., & Karageorge, K. (2000). A preliminary evaluation of a multimedia violence prevention program for early adolescence. American Journal of Health Behavior, 24(4), 268-280.

Bosworth, K., Espelage, D.L., & Simon, T.R. (1999). Factors associated with bullying behavior in middle school students. Journal of Early Adolescence, 19(3), 341-362.

Bosworth, K., Gingiss, P., Potthoff, S., & Roberts-Gray, C. (1999). A Bayesian model to predict the success of the implementation of health and education innovations in school-centered programs. Evaluation and Program Planning, 22(1), 1-11.

Bosworth, K., Espelage, D., & DuBay, T. (1998). A computer-based violence prevention intervention for young adolescents: A pilot study. Adolescence, 33(132), 785-795.

Bosworth, K. (1998). Assessment of drug abuse prevention curricula developed at the local level. Journal of Drug Education, 28(4), 307-325.

Dusenbury, L., Falco, M., Lake, A., Brannigan, R., & Bosworth, K. (1997). Nine critical elements of promising violence prevention programs. Journal of School Health, 67(10), 409-414 .

Bosworth, K., Haakenson, P., & McCracken, K. (1997). Teacher talk: Capturing innovative teacher voices on the world wide web. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 5 (4), 319-331.

Bosworth, K., Espelage, D., DuBay, T., Dahlberg, L., & Daytner, G. (1996). Using multimedia to teach conflict resolution skills to young adolescents. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 12(5), 65-74.

Bosworth, K. (1995). Caring for others and being cared for: Students talk caring in school. Phi Delta Kappan, 76(6), 686-693. Also, Educational Psychology Annual Editions, reprinted in Spring, 1996.

Bosworth, K., Haakenson, P., & McCracken, K. (1995). Teacher talk: Capturing innovative teacher voices in a multimedia internet. Technology and Teacher Education Annual, 488-492.

Bosworth, K., Gustafson, D.H., & Hawkins, R.P., BARN Research Group. (1994). The BARN system: Use and impact of adolescent health promotion via computer. Computers in Human Behavior, 10(4), 467-482.

Bosworth, K., & Burke, R. (1994). Collegiate children of alcoholics: Presenting problems and campus services. Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 40(1), 15-25.

Bosworth, K., & Cueto, S. (1994). Drug abuse prevention curricula in public and private schools in Indiana. Journal of Drug Education, 24(1), 21-31.

Gustafson, D.H., Bosworth, K., Treece, C., Wu, Y.C., Palmer, G. S., Moberg, D.P., & Hawkins, R. P. (1994). Predicting adolescent problem use of marijuana: Development and testing of a Bayesian model. International Journal of Addictions, 29, 861-886.

Journal Publications – Other

Bosworth, K. (2001). Integrating drug prevention with academic success. The Alert Educator, Winter, 1-3.

Bosworth, K. (1997). Drug abuse prevention: School-based strategies that work. Washington, DC: Teaching and Teacher Education. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED409316)

Evans, A., & Bosworth, K. (1997). Building effective drug education programs. Research Bulletin (19).

Bosworth, K. (1994). [Review of The annual review of conflict knowledge and conflict resolution, Volume 3, L. S. Bowen & J. P. Gittler (Eds).] International Journal of Conflict Management, 5(2), 199-201.

Monographs

Bosworth, K. & Walz, G. (2003). Resiliency and Counseling Practice. ERIC/CASS.

Bosworth, K. (2000). Protective schools: Linking drug abuse prevention with student success. Tucson, AZ: Arizona Board of Regents.

Bosworth, K. (Ed.). (1999). Preventing student violence: What schools can do. Hot Topic Series. Bloomington, IN: Phi Delta Kappa International.

Bosworth, K. (Ed.). (1997). New directions in drug education programs, Hot Topic Series. Bloomington, IN: Phi Delta Kappa International.

Bosworth, K. & Hamilton, S. (Eds.). (Fall 1994). Collaborative learning: Underlying processes and emerging practices, New Directions for Teaching and Learning Series (No. 59). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

MULTIMEDIA PRODUCED (View Complete Record)


Computer Programs

Smith Initiatives in Prevention and Education (S.I.P.E.) web site, (www.drugstats.org), 1999-present

SMART Team (Students Managing Anger and Resolution Together). A multimedia program to teach anger management and mediation skills. Marketed by Learning Multi-Systems, Inc., Madison, 1996.

ADOL (Adolescent Directory On Line) web site to help teachers, parents and teens find relevant topics on the Web, designed with Kevin McCracken and Chandra Hawley, 1995-2000.

Teacher Talk. A print and video publication to introduce innovative teaching methods to pre-service teachers. Designed with Paul Haakenson and Kevin McCracken, Center for Adolescent Studies, Bloomington, IN, 1993. Adapted for World Wide Web, 1995, (http://www.drugstats.org).

CHESS (Comprehensive Health Enhancement Support System). In process at Center for Health Systems Research and Analysis, Madison, WI.

Videos

“Peaceful Classrooms,” Classroom management strategies, 1996.

“Teacher Talk Forums” Teachers addressing issues of sexuality and violence, 1994-1995.

GRANTS (View Complete Record)


Middle School Violence Prevention Project proposal submitted to RTI International November 2, 2004 ($396,867) (not funded).

The STAR Planning/Training/Coaching Project proposal submitted to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) July 1, 2004 ($2,936,799) (not funded).

The STAR Planning/Training/Coaching Project proposal resubmitted to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) October 1, 2003 ($2,627,383) (not funded).

Community Service as an Alternative to Suspension and Expulsion, funded by Arizona Department of Education, $175,000, 2002-2004, Principal Investigator.

Protective Schools, funded by Arizona Department of Education, $40,000, 2002-2003, Principal Investigator.

Project LINKS with Tucson Unified School District, funded by U.S. Department of Education, Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration and community collaboration, $7.8 million, 2001-2004. (Principal Investigator - University of Arizona Training subcontract - $440,000 for 3 years).

Elementary School Counseling Demonstration Project (CLEAR) with Tucson Unified School District, funded by U.S. Department of Education, $398,750, 2000-2003, (Principal Investigator, University of Arizona Training subcontract - $10,000 for 3 years).

School Action Grant (Tucson Resiliency Initiative), with the Mayor’s School District Action Task Force, funded by Substance Abuse & Mental Health Administration, (SAMSHA), $276,000, 1999-2002, (Principal Investigator, University of Arizona Evaluation subcontract - $15,000 for 2 years).

Center for Adolescent Studies, The Moore Foundation, $342,500, March 1988-December 1997, Director.

A Computer-Based Tool to Prevent Violence in Young Adolescents (SMART TALK), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Public Health Service, $390,000, 1993-1997, Principal Investigator.

Feasibility Study of Use of Technology for HIV/STD Prevention in Rural Areas; Development of an HIV/STD Prevention Computer Software Program for Adolescents. Part of Rural Center for the Study and Promotion of HIV/STD Prevention, U.S. Department of Agriculture, $230,000, 1995, Kris Bosworth, Co-Investigator.

PAPERS AND REPORTS (View Complete Record)


Bosworth, K. (1999, 2000, 2001). Annual report to the Smith Advisory Board, College of Education, The University of Arizona.

Supple, A., Moberg, D.P., Bosworth, K, Wright, S., & Normandin, H. (2000, Fall). Center for health policy and program evaluation, University of Wisconsin-Madison, BARN survey summary report. Final Report to NIDA.

Bosworth, K. (2000). Final report for Community Builders Project, Parents Anonymous.

Bosworth, K. & students in EDL 696a. (2000, May). Integrating resiliency concepts into University of Arizona Initial Teacher Preparation.

Bosworth, K. (Ed.). (1999). A vision of protective schools: Linking drug abuse prevention with student success. Tucson, AZ: Arizona Board of Regents.

Bosworth, K. (1995, June). Project Peace implementation evaluation preliminary report, report to the Indiana Attorney General’s Office and the State Bar Association.

Bosworth, K., Smith, G, Ferreira, M., Jaffe, C., & Smith, D. (September 1, 1992-July 31, 1994). Describing caring institutions and individuals: Final report to the Lilly Endowment.

McCracken, K., Bosworth, K., Schmidt, R., & Haakenson, P. (1994, 1995, 1996). Institute on adolescents at risk resource book. (March, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997). Annual report to the Moore Foundation. A collection of papers and other materials published/presented by the staff at the Center for Adolescent Studies.

SELECTED PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS (View Complete Record)


Bosworth, K. (2004, October). “Resiliency and Protective Schools.” Presented at the National NEA Conference, Washington, D.C.

Bosworth, K., Ford, L., & Paiz, D. (2004, November). “Community Service for Suspended Students.” AZ Department of Education Mega Conference, Tucson, AZ.

Bosworth, K. (2004, November). “Using Discipline Data for School Improvement.” AZ Department of Education Mega Conference, Tucson, AZ.

Bosworth, K. (2004, September). “School Environment and Climate Change Processes.” Presented at the CDC Expert Panel pm Youth Violence.

Bosworth, K. (2004, June). “Student Report of Use of Information from a Multi-media Violence Prevention Program”. The 7th World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion, Vienna, Austria.

Bosworth, K. & Hurley, C. (2004, May). “Successful Implementation of an Evidence-based Violence Prevention Program: A longitudinal case study. Presented at the Society for Prevention Research 12th Annual Meeting, Quebec, Canada.

Bosworth, K. (2004, May). “The Planning/Training/Model for Effective Implementation of Prevention Programs.” Presented at the 11th meeting of the Society for Prevention Research, Toronto, Canada.

Bosworth, K. (2004, May). “Resiliency Building Strategies for Violence Prevention.” Presented to Administrators and School Board of So. Windsor CT Public Schools.

Bosworth, K. (2004, April). “Tucson LINKS” Safe Schools/Healthy Students Conference. Kansas City, Mo.

Bosworth, K. & Ford, L. (2003, November). “Community Service as an Alternative to Suspension or Expulsion.” AZ Department of Education Mega Conference, Phoenix, AZ.

Bosworth, K. (2003, October). “Success of Tucson Resiliency Initiative.” Presented at Tucson Resiliency Initiative Conference, Tucson, AZ.

Bosworth, K. (2003, June 17). “Using Evidence-based Prevention Programs in Alternative Schools.” Center for Learning Excellence Summer Institute. The John Glenn Institute for Public Service and Public Policy, Columbus, OH.

Bosworth, K. (2003, June 17-19). “Students Managing Anger & Resolution Together.” (SMART), Center for Learning Excellence Summer Institute. The John Glenn Institute for Public Service and Public Policy, Columbus, OH.

Bosworth, K. (2003, June 12-14). “An Empowerment Model to Promote Science-based Prevention.” Society for Prevention Research 11th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.

Bosworth, K. (2003, June). “Evaluation of a Grassroots Prevention Initiative.” Society for Prevention Research 11th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.

Bosworth, K. (2003, June). “Innovative Practices in Drug Prevention.” Society for Prevention Research 11th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.

Bosworth, K. (2003, June 11). “Evidence-based Programs and Strategies: A view from the field.” Division of Prevention, Traumatic Stress and Special Programs at SAMHSA, Rockville, MD.

Bosworth, K. (2003, June 6-10). “State of the Art of Evidence-based Tobacco Prevention.” Virginia Tobacco Settlement Foundation, Richmond, VA.

Bosworth, K. (2003, April). “A Model Program: Creating and Maintaining Protective Schools.” Keynote Best Practices in School Based Youth Violence Prevention, Richmond, VA.

Bosworth, K. (2003, April 7-8) “State of the Art of Evidence Based Tobacco Prevention.” Safe Schools/Healthy Students National Conference, Arlington, VA.

Bosworth, K. (2003, February). “Tucson LINKS, A Grass Roots Approach to Prevention.” Bridging the Gap Between Research and Practice: Creating Common Ground in Youth Development Conference, Tucson, AZ.

Bosworth, K. (2003, February). “Youth Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drug Use/Abuse Issues & Solution.” 22nd Annual School Counselor-Administrator Celebration Breakfast, Tucson, AZ.

Bosworth, K. (2002, December). Protective Schools. Keynote at Building the Heart of Successful Schools, Wisconsin, WI.

Bosworth, K. (2002, October 29). “Your School’s Role in Supporting Resiliency in Children.” AZ Department of Education Mega Conference, Chandler, AZ.

Bosworth, K., & Oltrogge, B. (2002, August). SMART Team. Presented at Leaving No Child Behind, U.S. Department of Education Safe and Drug Free Conference, Washington, D.C.

Bosworth, K. (2002, July). Resiliency and Women Leaders. Presented at the Joan L. Curcio International Women’s Leadership Conference, Oxford, England.

Moberg, P., Bosworth, K. & Brown, R. (2002, May). Outcomes of BARN: An Interactive CD ROM in Support of Health Education. Presented at The Society for Prevention Research Conference, Seattle, WA.

Bosworth, K. (2002, May). Creating Resilient Environments: Grassroots Approach to Implementing Evidence-based Prevention Programs. Presented at The Society for Prevention Research Conference, Seattle, WA.

Bosworth, K. (2002, April). “State of the Art of Evidenced-based Drug Prevention”. Keynote at 2002 Substance Abuse Prevention Conference, Chicago, IL.

Bosworth, K. (2001, February). Tucson Resiliency Initiative. 20th Annual School Counselor Celebration Breakfast. Tucson, AZ.

Bosworth, K. (2001, June). Project CLEAR. counselors building capacity in elementary schools. Arizona School Counselor’s Academy, Tucson, AZ.

Bosworth, K. (2001, November). Evidence-based programs: What’s the deal? Presented at Tucson Resiliency Initiative Conference, Tucson, AZ.

Bosworth, K. (2001, March). Building resiliency and enhancing academic success. Invited presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Arizona School Counselors Association, Tempe, AZ.

Bosworth, K. (2001, January). Creating Protective Schools. Invited Keynote Presentation at the Gila County Superintendent's Conference, Globe, AZ.

Bosworth, K., & Oltrogge, B. (April 30, 2001-May 4, 2001). SMART Team: An innovative approach to prevention. From Research to Practice CSAP Conference, Kansas City, MO.

Bosworth, K., & Parish P. (2001, September). Tucson Resiliency Initiative: A grassroots approach to building protective schools. 14th Annual National Prevention Network Research Conference, 2001: Prevention Odyssey, A Journey Through Research and Practice, Charlotte, NC.

Bosworth, K. (2001, September). SMART Team: Using multi-media to teach conflict resolution skills. Presented at the 14th Annual National Prevention Network Research Conference, 2001: Prevention Odyssey, A Journey Through Research and Practice, Charlotte, NC.

Bosworth, K. (2001, December). Evaluation of a multi-media approach (SMART Team) to youth violence prevention. Presented at Mobilizing for a SafeUSA. - A Leadership Conference to Reduce Violence & Injury in America, Atlanta, GA.

Bosworth, K. (2001, June). The counselor’s role in creating Protective Schools. American School Counselors Association (ASCA) Conference, Portland, OR.

Bosworth, K. (2001). Tucson Resiliency Initiative partner-school meeting and celebration of new partners. Tucson, AZ. Bosworth, K. (2001). SMART Team update: Computer-based violence prevention. 9th Annual Meeting , Society for Prevention Research, “Realizing Effective Prevention Policy and Practice Through Science.” Washington, D.C.

Bosworth, K. (2001). Ecological contexts as moderator of risk and protective factors for adolescent substance use. 9th Annual Meeting, “Realizing Effective Prevention Policy and Practice Through Science” Washington, D.C.

Bosworth, K. (2001, March). Protective Schools: Linking prevention with academic success. Keynote presentation at "Healthy Adolescents for a Healthy Arizona" The Arizona Adolescent Health Coalition Annual Conference, Tempe, AZ.

Bosworth, K. (2001, February). Protective Schools: Linking drug abuse prevention with student success. Keynote presentation at "For the Sake of the Children" Empowering Schools: Creating Safe Places to Learn Conference, Waikiki, HI.

Bosworth, K. (2000, October). Where are we? How did we get here? Keynote presentation at Safe and Drug Free Schools section of Improving America's Schools Conference, Louisville, KY.

Bosworth, K. (2000, October). Protective Schools: Linking drug abuse prevention with academic success. Keynote presentation at Improving America's Schools, Louisville, KY.

Espelage, D.L., Bosworth, K., & Simon, T.R. (2000, August). Short-term stability and prospective correlates of bullying during early adolescence. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Bosworth, K., Kamm, K., Chastain, W., Moberg, D.P., & Oltrogge, B. (2000, June). Body Awareness Resource Network (BARN): Prevention software for middle school students. Presented at Society for Prevention Research Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Bosworth, K. (2000, June). Protective Schools: Linking academic success with drug prevention. Presented at Symposium on the Development and Evaluation of Prevention Programs and Policies at Society for Prevention Research Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Bosworth, K., & Moberg, D.P. (2000, June). Schools and prevention. Presented at Society for Prevention Research Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Bosworth, K. (2000, February). School violence: Myths, realities and prevention. Presentation at Annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), Chicago, IL.

Bosworth, K. (2000, April). National School Resource Officer Training.

Bosworth, K. (2000, March). Protective Schools. Centers For Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA.

Bosworth, K. (2000, February). A new generation of prevention curriculum. University of Akron, Robert Wood Johnson Drug Prevention curriculum Work.

Bosworth, K. (1999, November). Safe schools. Presented at the Southern Arizona Middle Level Association Meeting, College of Education, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

Bosworth, K. (1999, November). School readiness and successful implementation of prevention programs. Presented at the annual meeting American Public Health Association (AERA), Chicago, IL.

Bosworth, K. (1999, October). Protecting our children. Keynote presentation at Week Without Violence, Pima Community College, Tucson, AZ.

Bosworth, K. (1999, July). Trends in school violence prevention in the aftermath of Littleton. Presented at Symposium on Violence in Families, Youth and Children, University of Friburg, Switzerland.

Bosworth, K. (1999, July). Using research to design a comprehensive prevention program. Invited presentation for Indiana Department of Education Prevention Workshop, Indianapolis, IN.

Bosworth, K. (1999, June). Future of school-based prevention efforts. Presented at the Society for Prevention Research (SPR), New Orleans, LA.

Bosworth, K. (1999, March). The changing face of violence prevention. Attorney General’s Victim Assistance Conference, Lexington, KY.

Bosworth, K. (1998, December). Working in communities on prevention efforts. Keynote presentation for the State Attorney General’s Conference on Community Violence Prevention, Sacramento, CA.

Bosworth, K. (1998, October). Juvenile violence: Causes and prevention. Presented at College of Education’s Families Together: Project SOAR Parent Workshop, University of Arizona. Tucson, AZ.

Bosworth, K. (1998, September). Preventing violence and promoting peace: A challenge for the public schools. Keynote presentation at Pennsylvania Association of Elementary and Secondary Principals conference on School Violence in Pittsburgh, PA.

Bosworth, K. (1998, July). Implementing effective drug prevention curricula: The role of training. Keynote presentation at the Indiana State Department of Education’s Safe and Drug Free School Conference, in Indianapolis, IN.

Bosworth, K. (1998, June). Computer-based technology and prevention: Results or vaporware? Presented at Society for Prevention Research conference in Park City, UT.

Bosworth, K. (1998, June). SMART talk: Using multimedia to teach teens how to manage conflict. Presented at Society for Prevention Research conference in Park City, UT.

Bosworth, K. (1998, June). An assessment tool for quality drug prevention. Presented at Society for Prevention Research conference in Park City, UT.

Bosworth, K. (1998, May). Youth violence prevention: An american challenge. Presented at The China School of Journalism Symposium on American Culture held in Beijing, China.

Bosworth, K. (1998, April). Implementing prevention in public schools. Invited presentation for Georgia Family Connection Community Partnerships, Atlanta, GA.

Bosworth, K. (1998, April). The changing face of violence prevention. Presented at the 1997-1998 College of Education Dean’s Forum: The Advancement of Knowledge and Practice in Education, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

Bosworth, K. (1998, March). Violence prevention & social skills training in american public school. Presentation given in Russian-American Civics Project, D. Howard Mehlinger, Director at Indiana University.

Bosworth, K. (1997, November). Criteria for evaluating violence prevention programs. Presented at Safe America Conference, Washington, D.C.

Espelage, D., Bosworth, K., Dahlberg, L., Karageorge, K., & Daytner, G. (1997, March). Demographic and psychosocial predictors of fighting in middle school students. Presented at American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Espelage, D., Bosworth, K., Karageorge, K., & Daytner, G. (1997, March). Fighting among male and female middle school students. Presented at American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Bosworth, K. (1997, January). Teen violence and suicide prevention. Presented at the Annual Conference of The Georgia Federation of Professional Health Educators, Norcross, GA.

Bosworth, K., Espelage, D., DuBay, T., Daytner, G., & Karageorge, K. (1996, October). Preliminary findings from the SMART Talk evaluation. Presented at the Third Annual CDC Violence Prevention Evaluation Meeting, Atlanta, GA.

Espelage, D., Bosworth, K., Karageorge, K., & Daytner, G. (1996, August). Family environment and bullying behaviors: Interrelationships and treatment implications. Presented at the 1996 Convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

Bosworth, K., Espelage, D., & Daytner, G. (1996, March). Impact of bullying on middle school structure. Presented at the Sixth Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescents, Boston, MA.

Farrell, A., Dahlberg, L., Bosworth, K., Embry, D., & Meyer, A. (1995, November). Reducing youth violence through skills training: Evaluation of some promising prevention programs. Symposium presented at 29th Annual Convention of the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Washington, D.C.

Bosworth, K. (October 29-November 2, 1995). Using multimedia to teach teens to manage and mediate conflicts. Presented at 123rd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, San Diego, CA.

Bosworth, K. (1995, October). Using multimedia to teach teens to manage and mediate conflicts. Presented at 69th Annual Conference of the American School Health Association, Milwaukee, WI.

Bosworth, K., & Gingiss, P. (1995, September). Computer technologies and drug abuse prevention. Presented at the Eighth Annual National Prevention Network Research Findings Conference, Stevenson, WA.

Bosworth, K. (1995, August). Risk and protective factors; violence and community linkages. Training presentations at Community Team Training Institute of the National Women's Resource Center, Washington, D.C.

Kaufman, S., Bosworth, K., Jones, T., Kottenstette, D., Spegel, N., & Enger, I. (1995, June). Children in conflict symposium. Presented at the Eighth Annual Conference of the International Association for Conflict Management, Elsinore, Denmark.

Bosworth, K., & Hammer, R. (1995, April). Urban middle school student responses to anger situations in school. Presented at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Ferreira, M., Bosworth, K., & Smith, G. (1995, April). The caring culture of a suburban middle school. Presented at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Bosworth, K. (1995, April). Teen violence. Keynote speaker at 16th Annual Media Merit-thon, statewide high school journalism contests, IUPUI Conference Center.

Bosworth, K. (1995, March). What about students who don't care? Presented at Seventh Annual National Dropout Prevention Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

Ferreira, M., & Bosworth, K. (1994, October). Barriers to caring: Early adolescents' perspective. Presented at Midwestern Educational Research Association (MWERA) Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Bosworth, K., Smith, G., Ferreira, M., & Smith, D. (1994, April). Urban and suburban teens' perception of caring. Presented at American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES (View Complete Record)


American Public Health Association - School Health Education Section

Society for Public Health Education

American Educational Research Association

Society for Research on Adolescence

American Evaluation Association

Society for Prevention Research

UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA SERVICE (View Complete Record)


2001-2002

Member - Search Committee – Educational Leadership Program Head

Member – College Personnel Committee

Faculty Advisor – Project SOAR

Appointed member – Senior Leadership Team, College of Education

Member – Dean’s Search Committee, College of Education

2000-2001

Member - Search Committee - Educational Leadership Program Head

Faculty Representative – College of Educational Advisory Board

Member – College Sabbatical Committee

Member – College Personnel Committee

Faculty Advisor – Project SOAR

Member – Educational Leadership Program Faculty Committee to Revise Student Handbook

1999-2000

Member - Search Committee – Educational Leadership Program

Chair – Search Committee - College Director of Development

Chair – Strategic Planning Committee

Faculty Representative – College of Educational International Advisory Board

Member – College Sabbatical Committee

Faculty Advisor – Project SOAR

1998-1999

Chair – School Counseling Advisory Group – Educational Psychology Department

Chair – Advisory Committee School Counseling Search - Educational Psychology Department

Member – College Strategic Planning Committee

Member - Search Committee – Educational Leadership Program

EXTERNAL SERVICE (View Complete Record)


Community

Bosworth, K., Prevention Community Council, Community Partnership of Southern Arizona, 2001.

Protective Schools Interview, KUAT, March 2000.

Panel Member, Rebuilding Tucson Families Broadcast on all local TV channels, June 16, 2000.

Board Member, Tucson Children's Museum, 1999-present.

Board Member, Coming To - Alternative Recovery Theatre, 1999-present.

Program Evaluator, Community Builders, Parents Anonymous, 1999.

Member, Community Advisory Board, Planned Parenthood of Southern Arizona, Tucson, AZ, 1999, 2000.

Evaluator, Mayor’s School District Action Task Force on Initiative and Resiliency, Tucson AZ, 1999.

National

Expert Panel Member, D.A.R.E. Curriculum Design, Robert Wood Johnson, 2000.

Expert Panel Member, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Coordinated Community Responses (CCR) to prevent intimate partner violence, 1999-present.

Focus group on prevention implementation for CSAP, Rockville, Maryland, October 27, 1999.

Centers for Disease Control, (CDC) – DASH – School Violence Guidelines.

Expert Panel Member, Centers for Disease Control, (CDC) – Youth Violence – Best Pictures.

Consultant, Westat, Research Policy Institute, (RPI), Learning Multi-Systems, Inc., 1998-present.

Reviewer, AERA Division D’s 2000 Annual Meeting proposals, 1999.

Grant Reviewer, CDC, Atlanta, GA, August 25-29, 1999.

Program Planning Committee, Society for Prevention Research, Park City, Utah Conference June 4-7, 1998.

Journal Reviewer, Health Education Research: Theory and Practice, American Journal of Public Health, and Health Education, Child Development, Journal of Early Adolescence, 1993-present.

Grant reviewer, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Substance Abuse Policy Research Program, 1996-1997.

Consultant, Resource Network, Austin, TX. Developed a subjective Bayesian model on implementation success of health promotion innovation, 1992-1996.

Grant Reviewer, National Institute of Health, Technology and Human Development Committee (SBIR), 1991-present.

Board of Directors, National Association for Prevention Professionals and Advocates, January, 1992-95.

Methodology consultant, Drug Strategies, Inc., Washington, DC, 1995-present.

Consultant, External Review Panel, School Health 2nd Edition Compilation, American School Health Association, 1995.