Faculty affiliates and staff at CORE have expertise in the following areas:
- Peer mistreatment
- Bystander intervention
- Child development
- Interpersonal trauma
- Protective factors (e.g., empathy, connection)
- Sexual violence
- Prejudice and discrimination
- Social inequalities
- Sex and gender
- Adolescent development
- Corson, Kimberly and Nicole Rosen. (2017). "Importance of Music for Multi-Cultural Students and New Americans." Paper presentation at Groves Conference on Marriage and Family, June 4–7, Charleson, SC.
- Nixon, Charisse, Nicole Shoenberger, Melanie Hetzel-Riggin, and Nicole Rosen. (2014). "The Role of Supportive Relationships in Mitigating Peer Mistreatment and Associated Trauma." Workshop at International Bullying Prevention Association 11th Annual Meeting, November 16–18, San Diego, CA.
- Nixon, Charisse, Nicole Shoenberger, Melanie Hetzel-Riggin, and Nicole Rosen. (2014). "Identifying Resiliency Factors that Protect Against Peer Mistreatment: Preliminary Findings." Poster presentation at International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies 30th Annual Meeting, November 6–8, Miami, FL.
- Nixon, Charisse, Nicole L. Rosen, and Nicole A. Shoenberger. (2013). "Strategies for Reducing Bullying and The Harm It Can Do: Findings from The YOUTH Voice Project." Paper presentation, Safe Schools Conference Keeping our Schools Safe: Strategies for Schools and Communities, September 29–30, Grantville, PA.