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Rebecca Campbell, Ph.D.

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Professor

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rmc@msu.edu

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Area of Interest

Participatory evaluation theory; research on evaluation (ROE); mixed methods (quantitative & qualitative) designs for research & evaluation; evaluation in non-profit community-based organizations; evaluation capacity building

Faculty Information

Dr. Rebecca Campbell is a Professor of Psychology at Michigan State University. She holds a Ph.D. in community psychology with a concentration in statistics, also from Michigan State University. For the past 25 years, she has been conducting community-based, participatory research and evaluation on violence against women and children, with an emphasis on sexual assault.  Dr. Campbell’s work examines how contact with the legal and medical systems affects adult, adolescent, and pediatric victims’ psychological and physical health.  Given that her findings suggest that these experiences are often highly traumatic and re-victimizing, a secondary aim in her work is evaluating programs and policies to improve the community response to rape.  Dr. Campbell is also a nationally-recognized practitioner trainer on the topics of sexual assault and program evaluation.  At the national level, she has trained for the United States Air Force, International Association of Chiefs of Police, the International Association of Forensic Nurses, the National Center for Victims of Crime, and the National Sexual Violence Resource Center. She has trained law enforcement personnel in several major urban areas, including the Houston Police Department, the Detroit Police Department, and the Washington DC Metro Police.  At the policy level, Dr. Campbell co-created the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Rape Prevention Education national prevention model, and has served as an evaluation consultant on projects evaluating the impact of the federal Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).

Featured Projects and Reports

Implementation of a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Practitioner Evaluation Toolkit. (National Institute of Justice Grant 2009-Mu-Mu-0002)

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Position

Professor

Email

rmc@msu.edu

Social Media

Area of Interest

Participatory evaluation theory; research on evaluation (ROE); mixed methods (quantitative & qualitative) designs for research & evaluation; evaluation in non-profit community-based organizations; evaluation capacity building
   

Dr. Rebecca Campbell is a Professor of Psychology at Michigan State University. She holds a Ph.D. in community psychology with a concentration in statistics, also from Michigan State University. For the past 25 years, she has been conducting community-based, participatory research and evaluation on violence against women and children, with an emphasis on sexual assault.  Dr. Campbell’s work examines how contact with the legal and medical systems affects adult, adolescent, and pediatric victims’ psychological and physical health.  Given that her findings suggest that these experiences are often highly traumatic and re-victimizing, a secondary aim in her work is evaluating programs and policies to improve the community response to rape.  Dr. Campbell is also a nationally-recognized practitioner trainer on the topics of sexual assault and program evaluation.  At the national level, she has trained for the United States Air Force, International Association of Chiefs of Police, the International Association of Forensic Nurses, the National Center for Victims of Crime, and the National Sexual Violence Resource Center. She has trained law enforcement personnel in several major urban areas, including the Houston Police Department, the Detroit Police Department, and the Washington DC Metro Police.  At the policy level, Dr. Campbell co-created the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Rape Prevention Education national prevention model, and has served as an evaluation consultant on projects evaluating the impact of the federal Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).

Implementation of a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Practitioner Evaluation Toolkit. (National Institute of Justice Grant 2009-Mu-Mu-0002)

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