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Faculty Spotlight – Megan Haselschwerdt

Megan Haselschwerdt is an Associate Professor in Child and Family Studies. Along with her research team and faculty collaborators, she studies intimate partner violence (IPV) from the perspective of women, children exposed to violence in their family of origin, and social service providers working with women and children. Her two current research projects include REVEAL (Real Experiences from Violence to Empowerment Across all Levels) and YALL (Young Adults Live and Learn).

In 2021, she was recognized with the Chancellor’s Excellence in Advising award and published her research article, Romantic relationship trajectories: A qualitative analysis of young adults exposed to marital violence, in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence.