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Anne DePrince

Director, CCESL, University of Denver
adeprince@psy.du.edu
Phone: 
303.871.4921

Anne P. DePrince is Director of the Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning (CCESL) and an Associate Professor in the Psychology Department at the University of Denver. DePrince completed her doctoral training at the University of Oregon and clinical internship at the University of Washington School of Medicine. She is a licensed clinical psychologist in Colorado. She teaches community-engaged courses on violence against women and research methods. DePrince directs the Traumatic Stress Studies Group (http://www.du.edu/tssgroup/), which involves post-doc, graduate and undergraduate researchers.  Her community-engaged research focuses on violence against women and children. She has received funding for her research from the National Institute of Justice and National Institute of Mental Health. In addition to numerous peer-reviewed publications, DePrince serves on the editorial boards of several journals and has co-edited two volumes on traumatic stress. DePrince received the 2005 Public Advocacy Award from the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies for advancing the social understanding of trauma. She is active in national and international professional organizations addressing trauma and violence. For example, she currently serves as the Editor for Traumatic StressPoints, the newsletter of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies; and she is a past Chair of the Education and Training Committee for Division 56 (Trauma Psychology) for the American Psychological Association.

SPOTLIGHT ON ENGAGEMENT

Here at CCMW we are tasked with “leading the evolution of the engaged campus,” but what does that mean? What better way to tell the story of engagement than by looking at an example of an engaged student. We would like to introduce you to Melissa Tilleman, a recent graduate of the University of Wyoming (UW), to help tell the story of how CCMW supports a campus in creating opportunities to produce engaged students.

Behold the power of service.

Melissa...