Danielle A Augustine
College of Family and Consumer Sciences
Ph.D. Student, Graduate Teaching Assistant
|Degree||Field of Study||Institution||Graduation|
|B.S.F.C.S||Human Development and Family Science||University of Georgia||2015|
|M.S.||Human Development and Family Science||University of Georgia||2020|
Currently, I am investigating the risk and protective factors of anxiety during emerging adulthood using quantitative data from the Maryland Adolescent Development in Context Study (MADICS). I am also working as a researcher at the Carl Vinson Institute of Government, where I am collecting and analyzing qualitative data about 2-Gen practices in collaboratives across the state.
Teaching Assistant: HDFS 2300 The Science of Studying Human Development and Families (Fall 2020)
Teaching Assistant: HDFS 2300 The Science of Studying Human Development and Families (Spring 2020)
Teaching Assistant: HDFS 2950 & 2950L Introduction to Child Development (Fall 2019)
Co-Instructor: HDFS 3710 Mid-life and Later Years (Fall 2018)
Previously, I served as the Facilitator of the Refugee Responsiveness Program, a culturally-responsive family health education program.
Dr. Steven Kogan, Dr. Emilie Smith, Dr. Kalsea Koss
Areas of Expertise
Anxiety and depression in emerging adulthood; health disparities and inequalities; prevention science; public policy; quantitative and qualitative methodologies
DeYoung, S.E., Lewis, D.C., Seponski, D.M., Augustine, D.A., & Phal, M. (2019). Disaster preparedness and well-being among Cambodian- and Laotian-Americans. Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal.