About | Free Trial

Last Update

2016-01-06T00:00:00.000Z

This profile was last updated on . .

Is this you? Claim your profile.

Wrong Suzanne Randolph?

Dr. Suzanne Randolph M.

Co-Project Director of the Head Start Violence Prevention Project

University of Maryland

HQ Phone: (410) 369-5200

Email: s***@***.edu

University of Maryland

800 West Baltimore Street

Baltimore, Maryland 21201

United States

Find other employees at this company (44,197)

Background Information

Employment History

Chief Science Officer

The MayaTech Corporation

Affiliations

Member
APHA

Board Member
The HSC Foundation

Member
Society for Research

Associate Professor Emeritus
University of Maryland School of Public Health

Research Coordinator and Faculty Member
Howard University

Education

BS
psychology
Howard University

M.S.
developmental psychology
Howard University

Ph.D.
developmental psychology
Howard University

Ph.D.
developmental psychology
The University of Michigan , Ann Arbor

Ph.D.
developmental psychology
University of Michigan at Ann Arbor

Ph.D.
psychology
University of Michigan , Ann Arbor

doctorate

University of Michigan

Web References (63 Total References)


COSSA - Congressional Seminar Series

www.cossa.org [cached]

Suzanne Randolph, Professor, Department of Family Studies, University of Maryland


Suzanne M. ...

www.thehscfoundation.org [cached]

Suzanne M. Randolph

Suzanne M. Randolph, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of Family Studies at University of Maryland, College Park. Her Ph.D. is in developmental psychology from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. Her BS in psychology is from Howard University. Suzanne teaches courses on research methods, ethnic families, family theories and patterns, and developing logic models and evaluation plans for family programs. Her research interests include a focus on the early development of children in African American families, and evaluation of family-focused, community-based health programs for families of color.
Suzanne has conducted a number of research studies via community-university partnerships including serving as PI on a federally funded study of Community Violence Prevention in Head Start Families, PI of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Evaluation of the Opening Doors Programs, which focused on reducing sociocultural barriers to health care; co-Project Director of a Family Strengthening grant from the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention; focus group leader for the University of Maryland-Vesta, Inc. Partnership for Families with a Member Diagnosed with Schizophrenia; and evaluator for the Norfolk State University-Norfolk Housing Authority Effective Black Parenting Program. She has also served as Co-PI on the NICHD Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development; and Co-PI on the Johns Hopkins University Study of Poverty and the Ecology of African American Children's Development. She was evaluator for the CDC-funded HIV/AIDS Education programs of the American National Red Cross and on the evaluation team of the CDC Minority AIDS Initiative fielded by the MayaTech Corporation of Silver Spring, Maryland. Suzanne has also served on technical work groups and advisory panels for federal and local agencies, including the National Academy of Sciences Panel on Evaluating the Effects of Welfare Reform, and the USDHHS Secretary's Committee on Evaluation of Head Start. She has also served on local panels and boards, including the Washington AIDS Partnership, and the Board of Trustees of the Consumer Health Foundation.
Suzanne is a Past National President of the Association of Black Psychologists, and is a member of the Society for Research in Child Development, the American Public Health Association, and the American Evaluation Association. She has served on the Foundation board since 2004.


Board of Directors | www.hscfoundation.org

www.hscfoundation.org [cached]

Suzanne M. Randolph

Suzanne M. Randolph, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of Family Studies at University of Maryland, College Park. Her Ph.D. is in developmental psychology from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. Her BS in psychology is from Howard University. Suzanne teaches courses on research methods, ethnic families, family theories and patterns, and developing logic models and evaluation plans for family programs. Her research interests include a focus on the early development of children in African American families, and evaluation of family-focused, community-based health programs for families of color.
Suzanne has conducted a number of research studies via community-university partnerships including serving as PI on a federally funded study of Community Violence Prevention in Head Start Families, PI of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Evaluation of the Opening Doors Programs, which focused on reducing sociocultural barriers to health care; co-Project Director of a Family Strengthening grant from the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention; focus group leader for the University of Maryland-Vesta, Inc. Partnership for Families with a Member Diagnosed with Schizophrenia; and evaluator for the Norfolk State University-Norfolk Housing Authority Effective Black Parenting Program. She has also served as Co-PI on the NICHD Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development; and Co-PI on the Johns Hopkins University Study of Poverty and the Ecology of African American Children's Development. She was evaluator for the CDC-funded HIV/AIDS Education programs of the American National Red Cross and on the evaluation team of the CDC Minority AIDS Initiative fielded by the MayaTech Corporation of Silver Spring, Maryland. Suzanne has also served on technical work groups and advisory panels for federal and local agencies, including the National Academy of Sciences Panel on Evaluating the Effects of Welfare Reform, and the USDHHS Secretary's Committee on Evaluation of Head Start. She has also served on local panels and boards, including the Washington AIDS Partnership, and the Board of Trustees of the Consumer Health Foundation.
Suzanne is a Past National President of the Association of Black Psychologists, and is a member of the Society for Research in Child Development, the American Public Health Association, and the American Evaluation Association. She has served on the Foundation board since 2004.


Board of Directors | www.hscfoundation.org

www.hscfoundation.org [cached]

Suzanne M. Randolph

Suzanne M. Randolph, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of Family Studies at University of Maryland, College Park. Her Ph.D. is in developmental psychology from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. Her BS in psychology is from Howard University. Suzanne teaches courses on research methods, ethnic families, family theories and patterns, and developing logic models and evaluation plans for family programs. Her research interests include a focus on the early development of children in African American families, and evaluation of family-focused, community-based health programs for families of color.
Suzanne has conducted a number of research studies via community-university partnerships including serving as PI on a federally funded study of Community Violence Prevention in Head Start Families, PI of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Evaluation of the Opening Doors Programs, which focused on reducing sociocultural barriers to health care; co-Project Director of a Family Strengthening grant from the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention; focus group leader for the University of Maryland-Vesta, Inc. Partnership for Families with a Member Diagnosed with Schizophrenia; and evaluator for the Norfolk State University-Norfolk Housing Authority Effective Black Parenting Program. She has also served as Co-PI on the NICHD Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development; and Co-PI on the Johns Hopkins University Study of Poverty and the Ecology of African American Children's Development. She was evaluator for the CDC-funded HIV/AIDS Education programs of the American National Red Cross and on the evaluation team of the CDC Minority AIDS Initiative fielded by the MayaTech Corporation of Silver Spring, Maryland. Suzanne has also served on technical work groups and advisory panels for federal and local agencies, including the National Academy of Sciences Panel on Evaluating the Effects of Welfare Reform, and the USDHHS Secretary's Committee on Evaluation of Head Start. She has also served on local panels and boards, including the Washington AIDS Partnership, and the Board of Trustees of the Consumer Health Foundation.
Suzanne is a Past National President of the Association of Black Psychologists, and is a member of the Society for Research in Child Development, the American Public Health Association, and the American Evaluation Association. She has served on the Foundation board since 2004.


Board of Directors: About us: The HSC Foundation

www.hscfoundation.org [cached]

Suzanne M. Randolph

Suzanne M. Randolph, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of Family Studies at University of Maryland, College Park. Her Ph.D. is in developmental psychology from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. Her BS in psychology is from Howard University. Suzanne teaches courses on research methods, ethnic families, family theories and patterns, and developing logic models and evaluation plans for family programs. Her research interests include a focus on the early development of children in African American families, and evaluation of family-focused, community-based health programs for families of color.
Suzanne has conducted a number of research studies via community-university partnerships including serving as PI on a federally funded study of Community Violence Prevention in Head Start Families, PI of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Evaluation of the Opening Doors Programs, which focused on reducing sociocultural barriers to health care; co-Project Director of a Family Strengthening grant from the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention; focus group leader for the University of Maryland-Vesta, Inc. Partnership for Families with a Member Diagnosed with Schizophrenia; and evaluator for the Norfolk State University-Norfolk Housing Authority Effective Black Parenting Program. She has also served as Co-PI on the NICHD Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development; and Co-PI on the Johns Hopkins University Study of Poverty and the Ecology of African American Children's Development. She was evaluator for the CDC-funded HIV/AIDS Education programs of the American National Red Cross and on the evaluation team of the CDC Minority AIDS Initiative fielded by the MayaTech Corporation of Silver Spring, Maryland. Suzanne has also served on technical work groups and advisory panels for federal and local agencies, including the National Academy of Sciences Panel on Evaluating the Effects of Welfare Reform, and the USDHHS Secretary's Committee on Evaluation of Head Start. She has also served on local panels and boards, including the Washington AIDS Partnership, and the Board of Trustees of the Consumer Health Foundation.
Suzanne is a Past National President of the Association of Black Psychologists, and is a member of the Society for Research in Child Development, the American Public Health Association, and the American Evaluation Association. She has served on the Foundation board since 2004.

Similar Profiles

Other People with this Name

Other people with the name Randolph

Hugh Randolph
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects

Jill Randolph
American Benefits Council

Cater Randolph
The Town of Palm Beach United Way

Annie Randolph
Brain Injury Alliance of Iowa

Boyd Randolph
Somerset Independent Schools

Browse ZoomInfo's Business Contact Directory by City

Browse ZoomInfo's
Business People Directory

Browse ZoomInfo's
Advanced Company Directory