Center for Adolescent Research and Education
CARE at Susquehanna University examines attitudes and behaviors of adolescents and young adults. The center investigates development and decision-making, focusing on issues of
- Personal development
- Underage drinking and drug use
- Sexual behavior
Psychology Today, 6/3/13
Stephen Wallace discusses the growing interest in service and leadership and its impact on character development. Read the column.
Psychology Today, 5/3/13
In this column, Stephen Wallace takes on changing gender roles in youth risk behavior. Read the column.
Camping Magazine, 5/2/13
Along with several other experts, Stephen Wallace writes about how counselors can positively influence young campers. Read the article.
Psychology Today, 4/25/13
Stephen Wallace addresses how this time of year is the most dangerous for teen drivers. Read the column.
Camping Magazine, 3/4/13
Stephen Wallace writes about discouraging bullying by encouraging friendship. Read the article.
The center is directed by Stephen Wallace, a 1981 graduate of Susquehanna.
Read his bio.
Associate Professor of Psychology Michael D. Smith is the center’s academic research coordinator. Read his bio.
Center Announced at SADD Gala
The Center for Adolescent Research and Education was formally announced during SADD's gala honoring Stephen Wallace '81. See the story, video and more photos More »