Alison Greene

Assistant Professor
Applied Health Science



PH 116

Education
  • University of Arizona, PhD in Educational Psychology, 2017
  • Brandeis University, MA in Women's Studies and Sociology, 1998
  • Hamilton College, BA in Sociology, 1995
Background
  • Director of Adolescent Research and Services and Research Social Scientist, Southwest Institute for Research on Women, University of Arizona
  • Senior Program Coordinator, Department of Women’s Studies, University of Arizona
  • Health Educator, Student Health Services, Temple University
  • Manager of Youth Education, Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts
  • Health Professions Organizer, Abortion Access Project
  • National Meeting Coordinator, New Leadership Networking Initiative
  • National Coordinator, National Young Women’s Day of Action
  • Founder, The Lion and the Sun: Menstrual Health Education and Products
  • Residence Director, Berklee College of Music
Selected Publications

Greene, A., Ostlie, E., & Kagan, R. (2016). The process of integrating practices: The juvenile drug court and Reclaiming Futures logic model. Drug Court Review, X (1), 31-59.

Greene, A., Thompson-Dyck, K., Wright, M.S., Davis, M., & Haverly, K. (2016). Community engagement: Perspectives on an essential element of juvenile drug courts implementing Reclaiming Futures. Drug Court Review, X (1), 116-154.

Stevens, S., Korchmaros, J.D., & Greene, A. (Eds.). (2016). Findings from the national cross-site evaluation of juvenile drug courts and Reclaiming Futures [Guest Edition]. Drug Court Review, X (1).

Korchmaros, J. D., Stevens, S. J., Greene, A. R., Davis, M., & Chalot, R. (2015). Meeting treatment needs: Overall effectiveness and critical components of Juvenile Drug Court/Reclaiming Futures Programs. Journal of Juvenile Justice, 4 (2), 37-56.

Murphy, B., Branson, C., Francis, G., Vaughn, G., Greene, A., Kingwood, N., & Ampadu, G. (December 9, 2014). Integrating adolescent substance abuse treatment with HIV services: evidence-based models and baseline descriptions. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 11 (5), 445-459.

Stevens, S., Greene, A., Powell, C., Thompson, E. M., Vinson, J., Licona, A. C., & Russell, S. (August 01, 2013). Informing sexuality education through youth-generated anonymous questions. Sex Education, 13, 84-98.

Ruiz, B., Korchmaros, J., Greene, A., & Hedges, K. (2011). Evidence-based substance abuse treatment for adolescents: Engagement and outcomes. Practice: Social Work in Action, 23 (4), 215-233.

Ruiz, B., Hedges, K., Greene, A., Arnold, A., Colonna, H., Stevens, S., Andrade, R., & O’Neill, S. (2009). School and community counseling collaboration: A promising approach to address youth substance abuse. School Counseling Research & Practice, 1, 21-30.