Name: Eve Waltermaurer
Title: Criminology Program Coordinator
Academic Rank: Assistant Professor
Expertise Keywords: cross-course collaboration, delinquency, homicide and assault, Intimate partner violence, research methodology, Statistics, ulster county crime prevention
Available For: interviews, essays, speaking
Expertise: I am a social epidemiologist with a PhD from University at Albany. I am an active board member of the Ulster County Youth Board and the Ulster County Criminal Justice COuncil. I have been conducting violence research for ten years.
Currrent Research: Intimate Partner Violence, Differentiating between types of violence, rural gang/delinquency causes and correlates
E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Positions held prior to joining SUNY New Paltz:
Violence Epidemiologist, NYC Dept. of Health
|University at Albany||2001-2005||PhD||2005||Social Epidemiology|
|Lehman College||1995-1997||MA||1997||Community Health|
2007 Provost Research Grant ($9,998)
2006 UUP Professional Development Award ($850)
2004 Sub-allocation grant funded to University at Albany from Centers of Disease Control (CDC) ($19,770)
2004 SUNY NP Summer Undergraduate Research Experience Program ($3,000)
2003 Gerry Hotaling Outstanding Student Research, International Family Violence Research Conference
2002 Epidemiology Student Award, American Public Health Association
Other professional activities
Producer/director film documentary that takes a multigenerational look at women's sexuality
American Public Health Association
American Sociological Association
Peer Reviewed Manuscript: Shuman, R.D., McCauley, J., Waltermaurer, E., Roche, W.P., Hollis, H., Kilgannon Gibbons, A., Dever, A., McNutt, L.A. Mama’s in the Graveyard, Papa’s in the Pen: Intimate Partner Violence in Rural America. Violence and Victims (under review).
Peer Reviewed Manuscript: Waltermaurer, E. Differentiating between Intimate Partner Violence and Stranger Violence Risk among Women through an Examination of Residential Change. Feminist Criminology (in press).
Peer Reviewed Manuscript: Waltermaurer, E. Obach, B. Cross Collaboration between Undergraduate Sociology Courses. Teaching Sociology (in press).
Peer Reviewed Manuscript: Waltermaurer, E., McNutt, L.A., Watson C.A., (2006). Black Women’s Health: The Effect of Perceived Racism and Intimate Partner Violence, Violence Against Women, 12 (12):1214-1222.
Peer Reviewed Manuscript: Waltermaurer, E., McNutt L.A, Mattingly, M.B. (2006) Examining the Impact of Residential Change on Intimate Partner Violence Risk. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (BMJ), 60:923-927.
Peer Reviewed Manuscript: McNutt, L.A., Waltermaurer, E., McCauley, J., Campbell, J., Ford, D. (2005) Rationale for and Development of the Computerized Intimate Partner Screen for Primary Care. Family Violence Prevention and Health Practice, Issue 3, December/ jfvphp.org.
Peer Reviewed Manuscript: Frye, V., Hoesin, V., Waltermaurer, E., Wilt, S. (2005) Femicide in New York City: 1990-1999. Homicide, 9 (3): 204-228.
Peer Reviewed Manuscript: Waltermaurer, E. (2005) Measuring Intimate Partner Violence: You May Only Get What You Ask For. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 20 (4): 501 -506.
Peer Reviewed Manuscript: Waltermaurer, E., Ortega, C., McNutt, L. (2003) Issues in Estimating the Prevalence of Intimate Partner Violence: Assessing the Impact of Abuse Status on Participation Bias. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18 (9): 959-974.
Invited Encyclopedia chapters: Waltermaurer E. Inter-rater Reliability; Questionnaire Design; Firearms. Encyclopedia of Epidemiology, edited by Sarah Boslaugh, published by Sage Publications, (in press).
Public Health Report: McNutt, L., Du, P., Waltermaurer, E. (May 2002) Health Profile: Report to the Capital District Community and Sponsors, Healthy Capital District Initiative Report.
Public Health Report: Frye V, Waltermaurer E, Wilt S. (2000) Assault Injuries and Deaths in New York City, 1998. New York City Department of Health Report, Injury Prevention.