Jenny McCullough Cosgrove, MSW is interested in the primary prevention of intimate-partner violence and sexual violence. More specifically, her current research examines preventative approaches in early childhood.
Arizona State University, Doctor of Philosophy (current)
Arizona State University, Masters of Social Work (Concentration: Program Evaluation) 2015
Arizona State University, Graduate Certificate in Gerontology 2013
University of Arizona, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology 2007
Office of Gender Based Violence
Ostman, R., Zirulnik, M., & McCullough Cosgrove, J. (In Press). Storytelling, Science, and Religion: Promoting Reflection and Conversation about Societal Issues. Curator: The Museum Journal.
McCullough Cosgrove, J., LeCroy, C.W., Fordney, M., & Voelkel, D. (2018). Considering the Role of Acculturation in Parent–Child Communication About Sexual Health, American Journal of Public Health.108(S1): S13-S14.
LeCroy, C. W., McCullough Cosgrove, J., Cotter, K., & Fordney, M. (2017). Go Grrrls : A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Gender-Specific Intervention to Reduce Sexual Risk Factors in Middle School Females. Health Education & Behavior, 109019811771566. https://doi.org/10.1177/1090198117715667
LeCroy, C.W. and McCullough Cosgrove, J. (2016). Group Work with School-Aged Children. Encyclopedia of Social Work. DOI:10.1093/acrefore/9780199975839.013.1230
Engaging with Values and Beliefs: Programs Exploring Science and Religion. 31st Annual Visitor Studies Association Conference, July 2017.
Reducing Sexual Risk Behavior in Early Adolescent Females: Results from an RCT. Society for Social Work and Research, January 2017.
Walking on Quicksand: Building the Evaluator/Program Manager Relationship. Health and Human Services - Family Youth Services Bureau National Conference, June 2017.
Designing an Outcome Harvest to Reap Community Change. American Evaluation Association 2016 National Conference, October 2016.
Walking on Quicksand: Building the Evaluator/Program Manager Relationship. American Evaluation Association 2016 National Conference, October 2016.
Innovated Design Thinking for Program Development: Journey Mapping. American Evaluation Association 2016 National Conference, October 2016.
The Effects of Ethnicity and Acculturation on Pregnancy Prevention Outcomes in Early Adolescent Girls. National Conference of National Association of County & City Health Officials, July 2016.
The Longitudinal Randomized Control Trial of Go Grrrls Prevention Program: Impact and Lessons Learned. Office of Adolescent Health, Health and Human Services Teen Pregnancy Prevention Conference, July 2016.
Outcomes from a Longitudinal Randomized Control Trial of Go Grrrls Prevention Program. Conference on Adolescent Health, April 2016.
Sisyphus and the Implementation of Collective Impact. 23rd Annual Conference on Sustainability, Phoenix, Arizona. October 2015.
Independent Evaluation Consultant | Noesis Consulting, LLC
President | Arizona Evaluation Network