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Sally A. Koblinsky, Ph.D., is a Professor of Family Science and Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion at the University of Maryland School of Public Health. She recently served as the University’s Assistant President and Chief of Staff (2008-11) and was formerly Chair of Family Science (1996-2008) and Acting Associate Dean of Administrative Affairs in the School of Public Health (2005-2007). Her research and publications focus primarily on family relations, parenting, and child/adolescent development in low income families, examining predictors of risk and resilience. She has received federal, state, and foundation grant support for 26 research and demonstration projects, including those that evaluate community-based interventions targeting behavioral health of veterans and their family members, community violence, substance abuse prevention, parenting, homelessness, adolescent pregnancy prevention, school-age child care, and nutrition. She has authored over 100 refereed articles, chapters, and other publications, and presented more than 130 refereed papers at national conferences.
She has received the following awards
Outstanding Undergraduate Mentor Award, Department of Family Science, 2015
Honorary Woman Veteran Award, Women Veterans Interactive Foundation, 2013
ADVANCE Professor, University of Maryland, 2012-2013 University of Maryland School of Public Health Jerry P. Wrenn Outstanding Service Award, 2012 University of Maryland Defender of Diversity Award. Annual award of the UMCP President’s Commission on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues, 2011 Outstanding Service and Commitment to Women and Women’s Issues at UMCP: Plaque received from UMCP President’s Commission on Women’s Issues, 2011 Fellow, American Council on Education, Washington, D.C., 2002-03 Outstanding Woman on Campus for the Academic Year 2000, President’s Commission on Women’s Issues, University of Maryland, College Park, 2000 Administrator Award for Outstanding Academic Unit, Annual Minority Achievement Awards, President’s Commission on Ethnic Minority Issues, University of Maryland, 1997 Collaborators
military veterans’ health, transition challenges of women veterans, and maternal and child health