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Janis KupersmidtJanis Kupersmidt

Janis Kupersmidt

Alexandria BaxterAlexandria Baxter

Alexandria Baxter

Swati BhattSwati Bhatt

Swati Bhatt

Joel BlochJoel Bloch

Joel Bloch

Karen BurnsKaren Burns

Karen Burns

Kyle BurnsKyle Burns

Kyle Burns

Kim GosnellKim Gosnell

Kim Gosnell

Kelsey HallattKelsey Hallatt

Kelsey Hallatt

Cody HiattCody Hiatt

Cody Hiatt

Elyse KeefeElyse Keefe

Elyse Keefe

Bud LaveryBud Lavery

Bud Lavery

Yu MaYu Ma

Yu Ma

Christina V. MalikChristina V. Malik

Christina V. Malik

Danielle MarrazzoDanielle Marrazzo

Danielle Marrazzo

Abigail MorrisonAbigail Morrison

Abigail Morrison

Madison MorrowMadison Morrow

Madison Morrow

Madison Morrow Research Assistant Madison Morrow works on multiple projects in the area of youth mentoring. The majority of her time is spent assisting in efforts to evaluate a new set of practice enhancements for mentoring programs that are designed to serve the needs of youth whose parents are incarcerated. During her undergraduate work at North Carolina State University, Madison worked with the Teen Health Lab and Forensic Psychology of the Public Interest Lab as a research assistant. She re
Alison ParkerAlison Parker

Alison Parker

Sarah RabinerSarah Rabiner

Sarah Rabiner

Liz ReederLiz Reeder

Liz Reeder

Allison SchmidtAllison Schmidt

Allison Schmidt

Tracy M. ScullTracy M. Scull

Tracy M. Scull

Rebecca StelterRebecca Stelter

Rebecca Stelter

Katie StumpKatie Stump

Katie Stump

Richard Van HornRichard Van Horn

Richard Van Horn

Ashley WebbAshley Webb

Ashley Webb


Katie Stump, Research Scientist

Katie Stump, PhD
iRT Research Scientist
Doctorate in Developmental Psychology,
University of Kansas

Katie Stump, Ph.D., is a Research Scientist at innovation Research & Training. Dr. Stump received her Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology from University of Kansas with a minor in Quantitative Psychology. Her broad research interests include children’s peer relations and social development with a specific focus on power dynamics and friendship networks. At iRT, Dr. Stump’s work has concentrated on mentoring of at-risk youth.

Currently, Dr. Stump is the Project Director for the Mentee Risk Status and Mentor Training project, an OJJDP-funded project designed to develop a youth relationship risk tool that can be used by mentoring programs and to create research-based, best practice recommendations about the most effect methods of mentor training and support.


RECENT PUBLICATIONS:

Kupersmidt, J. B., Stelter, R. L., Rhodes, J. E., & Stump, K. N. (2017). Enhancing mentor efficacy and preparedness through web-based, pre-match training. Journal of Nonprofit Education and Leadership, 7(3), pp. 197-216.

Kupersmidt, J. B., Stump, K. N., Stelter, R. L., & Rhodes, J. E. (2017). Predictors of premature match closure in youth mentoring relationship. American Journal of Community Psychology, 59(1-2), pp. 25-35.

Kupersmidt, J. B., Stump, K. N., Stelter, R. L., & Rhodes, J. E. (2017). Mentoring program practices as predictors of match longevity. Journal of Community Psychology, 45(5), pp.630-645.

Stump, K. N. , Ratliff, J. M., & Hawley, P. H. (under review) A dyadic analysis of power and friendship functioning .

Stump, K. N. , Howard, W. J., & Gallagher, M. W. (2012) Dyadic analyses in SEM. [Available at www.quant.ku.edu]

Hawley, P. H., Stump, K. N. , & Ratliff, J. M. (2011) Sidestepping the jingle fallacy: Bullying, aggression, and the importance of knowing the difference. In D. Espelage & S. Swearer (Eds.), Bullying in North American Schools (pp. 101-115). New York: Routledge.

Stump, K. N. Ratliff, J. M., Wu, Y. P., & Hawley, P. H. (2009) Theories of social competence from the top-down to the bottom-up: A case for considering foundational human needs. In J. M. Matson (Ed.), Social behavior and skills in children (pp. 23-37). New York: Springer.

Gallagher, M. W., Howard, W. J., & Stump, K. N. (2009) Longitudinal mediation within SEM. [Available at www.quant.ku.edu]

Little, T. D., McConnell, E. K., Howard, W. J., & Stump, K. N. (2008) Missing data in large data projects. [Available at www.quant.ku.edu]

TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS:


Stump, K. N., Stelter, R. L., Kupersmidt, J. B., & Rhodes, J. E. (2017). Mentoring children of incarcerated parents  demonstration project: July 2017 data update for mentee characteristics (Report No. 3). Retrieved from the  Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention website:   https://www.ojjdp.gov/programs/Mentee-Characteristics-Snapshot-JUL17.pdf

Stump, K. N., Stelter, R. L., Kupersmidt, J. B., & Rhodes, J. E. (2017). Mentoring children of incarcerated parents  demonstration project: July 2017 data update for mentor characteristics (Report No. 3). Retrieved from the  Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention website:        https://www.ojjdp.gov/programs/Mentor-Characteristics-Snapshot-JUL17.pdf

Stump, K. N., Stelter, R. L., Kupersmidt, J. B., & Rhodes, J. E. (2017). Mentoring children of incarcerated parents        demonstration project: July 2017 data update for enrollment (Report No. 3). Retrieved from the Office of            Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention website:       https://www.ojjdp.gov/programs/Recruitment-and-Enrollment-Snapshot-JUL17.pdf

Stump, K. N., Kupersmidt, J. B., Stelter, R. L., & Rhodes, J. E. (2017). Mentoring children of incarcerated parents        demonstration project: July 2017 data update for mentee risk factors (Report No. 3). Retrieved from the            Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention website:
  https://www.ojjdp.gov/programs/Mentee-Risk-Snapshot-JUL2017.pdf

Stump, K. N., Kupersmidt, J. B., Stelter, R. L., & Rhodes, J. E. (2017). Mentoring children of incarcerated parents        demonstration project: July 2017 data update for mentee protective factors (Report No. 3). Retrieved from          the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention website:       https://www.ojjdp.gov/programs/Mentee-Protective-Snapshot-JUL2017.pdf