CARE at Susquehanna University

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Huffington Post, 3/4/14
The March column focuses on the importance of promoting emotional intelligence in young people. Read the column.

Huffington Post, 2/18/14
This column focuses on the myths of manhood and what adults, especially parents, can do to raise emotionally intelligent boys. Read the column.

Psychology Today, 2/3/14
Stephen Wallace's February column examines the recent trials of pop star Justin Bieber from a developmental perspective. Read the column.

Huffington Post, 1/10/14
Stephen Wallace explores the challenges facing first-year college students. Read the column.

Independent School Magazine, 1/6/14
In this feature, Stephen Wallace gives a more optimistic view of the modern-day adolescent. Read the feature.

Psychology Today, 1/6/14
Loosening restrictions on marijuana are discussed in this column for Psychology Today. Read the column.

Huffington Post, 12/20/13
In this new piece, Stephen Wallace discusses the drunk driving case of Ethan Couch in Texas. Read the article.

Psychology Today, 12/13/13
The legacy that Nelson Mandela left for young people is the topic of Stephen Wallace's December column. Read the column.

TakePart.com, 12/12/13
Stephen Wallace comments in this article about television shows directed at tween girls. Read the article.

Psychology Today, 11/27/2013
Stephen Wallace discusses the epidemic of teen prescription drug abuse in his November column. Read the column.

Time, 11/7/2013
Stephen Wallace comments in this Time article on how parents can be role models for teens' social relationships. Read the article.

Camping Magazine, 11/2/13
In this feature article, Stephen Wallace discusses how camp prepares children for lives of success. Read the feature.

Psychology Today, 10/1/13
Stephen Wallace's latest column discusses addiction and recovery. Read the column.

Life with Teens, 9/29/13
In the fall 2013 eition of this magazine, Stephen Wallace discusses the importance of talking with young people about sex. Read the article.

NBC News, 9/12/13
Stephen Wallace is quoted in this article on teen driving. Read the article.

Psychology Today, 8/9/13
Stephen Wallace writes about sexual decision-making by young people and how parents can promote safe choices. Read the column.

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.

Psychology Today, 3/2/13
In his column in Psychology Today, Stephen Wallace discusses how to help young people cope with the grief and loss. Read the column.

Psychology Today, 2/7/13
In light of new research that says an increasing number of parents are allowing their teens to drink, Stephen Wallace discusses the importance of combating teen drinking. Read the column.

Psychology Today, 12/21/2012
In his column in Psychology Today, Stephen Wallace discusses the importance parents play in their childrens' decision-making even after they've left for college. Read the column.

Camping Magazine, 1/11/13
Stephen Wallace writes about the dilemma faced by teens who attend camp when preparing to attend college. Read the article.

Susquehanna University/SADD News Release, 1/9/13
Research from CARE and SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) suggests that dialogue between parents and their first-year college students about risky behaviors may be more important than ever. Read the news release.

Centre Daily Times, 12/27/12
Teen holiday driving is the subject of Stephen Wallace's article in the Centre Daily Times.

Herald News, 12/27/12
Stephen Wallace discusses naughty and nice behavior around the holidays in the Christmas Day edition of the Herald News. Read the editorial.

Psychology Today, 12/21/2012
Stephen Wallace’s December contribution to Psychology Today was "Naughty or Nice? A Parents’ Holiday Guide to Teen Transgressions." Read the column.

Psychology Today, 12/1/12
This column looks at a few recent student scandals and poses the question:  Does character count? Read the column.

Psychology Today, 10/29/12
Center director Stephen Wallace discusses how parental driving habits can affect teenage drivers. Read the column.

NY Parenting, 10/23/12
This article on understanding teenage brains include comments from center director Stephen Wallace. Read the article.

Psychology Today, 9/28/12
Center director Stephen Wallace writes about recent teen suicides in Luzerne County, the death of area teen Brandon Bitner and suicide warning signs. Read the column.

Psychology Today, 8/31/12
This column discusses why it's critical to talk with teens about sex. Read the column.

Atlantic City Press, 8/30/12
Center director Stephen Wallace is quoted in this article on a car crash that claimed four teens. Read the article.

Psychology Today, 7/25/12
This column from center director Stephen Wallace looks at the positive attributes of today's teens. Read the column. 

Education Week, 7/5/12
Education Week featured a story about recent research from CARE on risky behavior by high school students on overnight college visits. Read the post.

Student Advisor, 7/4/12
StudentAdvisor.com posted an article on ways to avoid dangerous college visits based on research from CARE. Read the article.

Boston Globe, 6/27/12
The Boston.com blog Child in Mind considered the CARE research on overnight college visits. Read the post.

Atlanta Journal Constitution, 6/27/12
The Atlanta Journal Constitution's Get Schooled blog ran a story based on the results of a study related to overnight college visits by high school students. Read the post.

The Chronicle, 6/14/12
Stephen Wallace provided commentary on CARE research for Duke University's independent newspaper. Read the article.

Huffington Post, 6/6/12
CARE's new research is featured in this article by the Huffington Post. Read the article.

Kalamazoo Parent Magazine, 6/6/12
Stephen Wallace is quoted in an article in the June edition of the magazine. Read the magazine.

Psychology Today, 6/5/12
Center director Stephen Wallace published a column on the recent CARE research involving overnight college visits. Read the column.

Newswise, 6/4/12
Published an article on new CARE research. Read the article.

Washington Monthly, 5/31/12
A blog post discussed the data on college visits released by CARE. Read the post.

Inside Higher Ed, 5/30/12
A synopsis of the college visit data released by CARE was published in Inside Higher Ed. Read the synopsis.

Susquehanna University/SADD News Release, 5/29/12
CARE released new data on risky behaviors during college visits. Read the news release.

Camping Magazine, 5/1/12
Along with three of his campers, center director Stephen Wallace wrote this article on leadership lessons at camp. Read the article.

USA Today, April 2012
Stephen Wallace leads USA Today special supplement on teen health and happiness. Read the story.

Susquehanna Currents, April 2012
The launch of CARE was in Susquehanna Currents, the Susquehanna University magazine. Read the story.

Patch.com, 4/29/12
This article recaps a presentation on parenting myths center director Stephen Wallace gave at Barrington High School. Read the article.

WPGM Community Forum, 4/15/12
Center director Stephen Wallace discusses CARE and changes in teen risk behaviors. Listen to the program.

Psychology Today Column, 4/12/12
In his second column for Psychology Today, center director Stephen Wallace writes about the rise of teen driving while under the influence of marijuana. Read the column.

Orlando Family Magazine, 4/10/12
Center director Stephen Wallace is quoted in an article exploring how summer camps can benefit children. Read the article.

Student Health 101, 4/9/12
An article quotes center director Stephen Wallace regarding how overuse of technology can affect teen health and academic performance. Read the article.

US News & World Report, 4/3/12
Center director Stephen Wallace comments on risk behaviors of teenage girls in an article on teen driving safety. Read the story.

Daily Item, 3/31
This editorial discusses the creation of CARE and Susquehanna's Brandon Bitner Memorial Scholarship, commemorating the area teen who committed suicide after being bullied. Read the editorial.

Psychology Today Column, 3/20/12
Center director Stephen Wallace publishes his first column for Psychology Today, addressing the Yeardley Love/George Huguely case at the University of Virginia. Read the column.

Baltimore Sun Article, 2/25/12
Center director Stephen Wallace is interviewed in a story examining the legacy of Yeardley Love. Read the story.

How to Save a Life This Holiday Season – Op-Ed, 12/20/11
Center director Stephen Wallace offers timely advice about bullying, including warning signs and common examples of the problem behavior. Read the release.

PR Newswire, 12/1/11
Susquehanna University formally announced the opening of its new Center for Adolescent Research and Education (CARE) at a gala event Dec. 1 at the John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library and Museum in Boston. The event celebrated the 30th anniversary of Boston-based Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) and recognized the contributions of departing board chairman and CEO Stephen Wallace, who is director of CARE at Susquehanna University. Read the release.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Op-Ed, 11/11/11
Center director Stephen Wallace pens an article regarding the Penn State child sex abuse scandal. Read the piece.

Susquehanna University News Release,11/4/11
Susquehanna announces the opening of the Center for Adolescent Research, focused on examining adolescent development, attitudes and behaviors. Read the story

 

 

 

 




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