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Ania Evans
M.S. Student, HDFS

 

Education
B.A. Auburn University, Psychology, 2014

Research interests
• Intersectionality
• Intimate Partner Violence
• Qualitative Research Methods
• Early Childhood Obesity
Publications/Posters/Papers
Evans, A. (in press). A pathway to resilience: Turning personal experiences into passionate research. In B. Baker and C. Thomas, Outside In: Voices from the Margins.

Hlavaty, K., Evans, A., & Haselschwerdt, M. L. (2015). The peer relationship experiences of young adults exposed to domestic violence. Paper presentation at the annual conference of the National Council on Family Relations, Vancouver, BC

Evans, A., & Haselschwerdt, M. L. (2017). Exposure to intimate partner violence: An integration of resilience and intersectionality frameworks. Poster presentation at the annual conference of ResilienceCon, Nashville, TN

Courses taught
Instructor - HDFS 2030 (Professional Development and Ethics)
Instructor – HDFS 3060 (Patterns of Family Interactions)
Guest Lecturer – HDFS 3060 (Patterns of Family Interactions)
Guest Lecturer – HDFS 4680 (Families in Cross Cultural Perspectives)

Research projects
2018 - Graduate Research Assistant, Dr. Silvia Vilches, Developing Early Intervention for Physical Health (DEIPH) Project, Department of Human Development and Family Studies, Auburn University
Responsibilities include: Assisting with survey and measurement development, assisting with creating interview guides, assisting with managing surveys on Qualtrics, Co-Interviewing for qualitative interviews, training undergraduate research assistant on Qualtrics, and transcribing and coding data

2016 – 2017 – Graduate Research Assistant, Dr. Megan Haselchwerdt, Family Violence Across the Lifespan (FVAL) Lab, Department of Human Development and Family Studies, Auburn University
Responsibilities included: Assisting with survey and measurement development, managing participant recruitment, training undergraduate research assistants on recruitment, coding, and provided feedback on reflexivity activities, conducting and transcribing interviews, and coding data

2015 – 2016 – Graduate Research Assistant, Dr. Francesca Adler-Baeder, Alabama Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education Initiative (AHMREI) Lab, Department of Human Development and Family Studies, Auburn University
Responsibilities included: Entering data in SPSS, analyzing and interpreting data for adult and youth research reports for AHMREI community partners, training in data cleaning, and training in Relationship Smarts Plus

Accomplishments
• Samia I. Spencer Award ($2500)

Fun Facts
Favorite Book? Outlander by Diana Gabaldon.

Pets? I have one cat, Oliver, and my Dad has 4 dogs and a cat. I love them all.

If you could study any random thing other than HDFS, what would it be? Women’s Studies, Sociology, or Psychology