The CARE Lab is appreciative of our colleagues who work with us to advance the field of relationship and marriage education.
Auburn University, Human Development and Family Studies
Project: Dr. Adler Baeder is a co-editor of the National Extension Relationship and Marriage Education Model. She is also co-author of the couple's education curriculum, ELEVATE: Taking your Relationship to the Next Level, that we are currently pilot testing.
University of Georgia, Human Development and Family Science
Project: Dr. Bryant is a co-author on manuscripts examining the influence of social connections, emotional expressions of gratitude, and couple interactions on marital quality.
University of Missouri, Human Development and Family Studies
Project: Dr. Garneau is co-authoring manuscripts examining how decisions married and remarried couples make around money management are associated with relationship interactions and well-being.
Iowa State University, Human Development and Family Studies
Project: Dr. Hurt is a co-author on manuscripts examining the romantic relationship experiences of low-income African American youth and the influence of youth-focused relationship education on their attitudes and beliefs about relationships.
East Carolina University, Human Development and Family Science
Project: Dr. Mallette is a co-author on manuscripts examining the couple and coparenting relationships of teen parents, unmarried at-risk parents, and foster parent couples.
University of Alabama, Department of Consumer Sciences
Project: Dr. Nielsen was the Co-PI (while at UGA) on the Healthy Families, Healthy Finances(HFHF) study that examined the association between relationship functioning and financial management practices among a random statewide sample of married individuals across Georgia.
Utah State University, Department of Family, Consumer, and Human Development.
Project: Dr. Schramm was the Co-PI (while at the University of Missouri) on the Healthy Relationship and Marriage Education Training (HRMET) project where, along with our collaborators in North Carolina, Iowa, and Arkansas, we developed and evaluated the efficacy of a training that prepared child welfare professionals to integrate relationship education into their services.