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SCHOLARLY RESEARCH & SELECTED PRESENTATIONS
Stefanco, C., Fitzsimmons, V., Green, C., Gunter-Smith, P., & McLatchy, D. (2019). The President’s Platform: Fostering Women’s Leadership in Higher Education, Panel Presentation, International Leadership Academy-4th Annual Women’s Conference, Santa Cruz, California. June 17, 2019.
Selove R., Aghili I.M., Green C., & Brown C. (2018). Planning Tobacco Free Policy Implementation at a Historically Black College/University, Poster Presentation, 11th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health, December 3, 2108, Washington, D.C.
Arneson, E. & Green, C. (2018). Becoming an executive leader in Student Affairs, National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) Region IV-E Conference, November 13, 2018. Co-Presenter, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Hayes, M. & Green, C. (2017). Verizon Innovative Learning Program for Minority Males. Verizon Innovative Learning Grant, Funded Proposal, $400,000. Multi-year STEM education grant designed to promote career motivation for minority youth at three middle schools and to build skills related to math, science, 3D modeling and mobile app development. Tennessee State University.
Selove R., Green, C., Brown C., Yousef-Zadeh N., & Padgett, D. (2017). Assessing the organizational context for implementing tobacco use prevention programs at a HBCU. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, Abstract, February 2017.
Selove, R.; Green C.; Brown C.; Yousef-Zadeh N.; & Padgett, D. (2016). Implementing Tobacco Use Prevention Programs at an HBCU. Poster Presentation. Meharry MeTRC Health Disparities Conference, Nashville, Tennessee. November 10, 2016.
Selove R.; Green, C., Brown C.; Yousef-Zadeh N.; & Padgett, D. (2016). Assessing the organizational context for implementing tobacco use prevention programs at a Historically Black College/University (HBCU). Poster Session Accepted, the Science of Cancer Health Disparities in Racial/Ethnic Minorities and the Medically Underserved, Ninth Annual Conference, American Association of Cancer Research, the Westin Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort • Fort Lauderdale.
Green, C. & Selove, R. (2016). Tobacco Free HBCU Campus Initiative. American Legacy Foundation. Re-Funded Grant proposal, $5000. Project Director for Tennessee State University.
Green, C. & Selove, R. (2015) HBCU Tobacco Prevention Program. Legacy Tobacco Foundation. Grant funded Proposal, $5000. Truth Initiative Campaign. Washington, D.C.
Green, C. (2013). Facilitator, Consultant. Oh Happy Day, Depression Intervention for Breast Cancer Survivors, Principal Investigator, Elizabeth Williams ET. Al. Poster Publication-National Association American Cancer Research.
Williams EA, Ward E, Wujcik D, Oatis-Ballew R, Green C, Gunter N, Bond B., Johnson O. (2013) “Oh happy day”: A pilot study of a culturally tailored depression intervention for African American female cancer survivors. Oral presentation. Meharry-Vanderbilt-Tennessee State University Cancer Partnership Retreat, Nashville, Tennessee, January 2014.
Williams EA, Ward E, Wujcik D, Oatis-Ballew R, Green C, Gunter N, Bond B. (2013) “Oh happy day”: A pilot study of a culturally tailored depression intervention for African American female cancer survivors. Poster presentation. AACR Science of Cancer Health Disparities Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, December 2013.
Green, C. (2013). My Grandmother’s Pocketbook: Redefining & Creating Tools for Transformative Change in the 21st Century for Women Professionals in the Academy. Women in Higher Ed in Tennessee (WHET), Oral Conference Presentation, Middle Tennessee State University, October 2013.
Green, C. & McDonald, M. L. (2013). HBCU Wellness Project: Health Ambassadors Summer Training Institute Sponsor & Host, Sub- awardee & Project Co-Director Tennessee State University, Meharry Medical School Research Grant Renewal $100, 000, February 2013.
Samuels, A. D. & Green, C (2012). HBCU Wellness Project TSU: Wellness for Our Community. Awardee Meharry Medical College, Sub-Awardee-TSU. Served as Co-Principal Investigator for grant renewal which trained undergraduate students to provide community based participatory research on health disparities for African Americans. Funded amount, $55,000. Tennessee State University.
Green, C & Edwards, M.C., (2011). Academic and Non-Academic Predictors of College Success for at Risk African American College Freshmen, 24th International Conference on the First Year Experience, Manchester, England, Research Paper Presentation, June 23, 2011.
Green, C. (2010). The First Year Experience: Rethinking Strategies and Outcomes, Second Annual Student Services Conference, Oral Presentation, City Colleges of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, August 6, 2010.
Green, C. & Edwards, M.C. (2008). Chicago State University Violence Intervention Program for Safe & Sober Students, Cebrin Goodman Foundation, Grant Approval $125,000.
Green, C (2007). Improving the Educational Outcomes of Young Black Males: Response to Congressman Dellums’ Report. Mayor of Chicago, African Affairs Council, Forum: Panelist & Presenter. Chicago, IL Edwards, M., Green, C. & Perkins, E. (2006). Teen dating violence, ethnic identity and depression in Inner- city African American youths and young Adults. Journal of Knowledge & Best Practices in Juvenile Justice and Violence Prevention, 1, 1, 41-50.
Green, C. (2003). Barriers to minority women’s access to educational success, American Federation of Teacher’s National Conference, Minneapolis, MN, Professional presentation.
Green, C. & Others. (2001). Needs Assessment Survey. New Childcare Center Committee. Chicago State University. Chicago, Illinois.
Green, C. (1998). Signs of relationships in trouble. Nubian Magazine. Interviewer, Yatasha Womack. Sui Generiese Publishing. July.
Green, C. (1997). Can men and women be friends? Ebony Magazine, Johnson Publishing Company. June.
Green, C., Braxton, S., & Musoni, S. (1997). Program interventions for violence reduction and mentoring at two elementary schools. Collaborative grant funded for $150,000. Chicago, Illinois.
Green, C. & Barnes, S. (1997). Counseling victims of domestic violence: Client concerns, needs, and counseling issues. Spring Symposium, Co-Presenter, Chicago State University.
Green, C. (1996). “An investigation of the relationship between perceptions of psychosocial stressors, use of student services and demographics, for black college students in higher education.” Unpublished dissertation. Southern Illinois University-Carbondale.
Green, C. (1996). Conflict resolution for educational leaders. Taught skill management techniques to 20 administrators at an alternative high school. Consultant to project for World Crisis Intervention.
Green, C. (1995). Stress management strategies for administrators. American Council on Education- National Identification Program for Women Administrators in Higher Education, Presenter, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville.
Green, C. (1995). Stress management for executives. Illinois Association for Admissions Counselors and Registrar Officers, Sangamon State University, Springfield, Illinois. Presenter.
Green, C. (1992). National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Ed (NAFEEO). Campus liaison for student survey of use and awareness of HIV/AIDS education. 100 surveys collected and analyzed. Published Proceedings: National Conference on Internship Training in Psychology, (1987). Special Acknowledgments: Foreword, University of Florida, Gainesville.
Green, C. & Others (1987). Career Education and Student Support Special Services. Grant proposal funded for $20,000. University of Michigan-Flint.
Green, C. (1986). Effects of counselor and subject race and counselor physical attractiveness on impressions and expectations of a female counselor. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 33, 349-352.
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