The TSS Group is committed to building and maintaining partnerships with community and system agencies. We know that good communication is key to successful partnerships. Thus, our quarterly newsletters are designed to share study progress and new research findings with our partners. Please check this page regularly for announcements and newsletters.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch and the Department of Justice Office of Victims of Crime recognized Anne DePrince with the Vision 21 Crime Victims Research Award on April 11, 2016 in Washington DC. Press release. Award Gallery. Tribute Video.
Anne DePrince received the 2015 Thomas Ehrlich Civically Engaged Faculty Award, a prestigious national honor from Campus Compact that recognizes excellence in community engagement (Fall 2015).
Anne DePrince joined several community partners for a small round table on violence against women with Vice President Joe Biden. Read more at the Rose Andem Center website (19 September 2014).
Anne DePrince and Ann Chu are editors for the APA Books Series "Interventions that Work". The first book in this series, "Treating PTSD with Cognitive Behavioral Therapies," was released April 2014. Click here for more information.
Denver Post (February 2014). Mention of the Women's Health Project in the Denver Post.
HARP Findings (Fall 2013). A summary of the primary findings from the Health Adolescent Relationships Project are now available. Thank you to the adolescents and community partners who made this project possible.
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Last updated: 12 April 2016