Inside our 2018 Winter Newsletter, we feature the first Center for Health & Safety Culture Symposium, which is being held in Bozeman, Montana on June 20-22, 2018. The Symposium is a 2.5-day event filled with ...[ Read More » ]
On October 17th-19th, 2017 participants from across the country joined Katie Dively, our Senior Trainer and Research Scientist II, at the Hotel Indigo San Antonio for the Positive Cu ...[ Read More » ]
The Center for Health and Safety Culture’s research scientist, Dr. Kari Finley has been selected to present at the Thirteenth International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences in Granada, Spain in J ...[ Read More » ]
Katie Dively will be presenting at 30th National Prevention Conference in Anaheim, CA on September 12 at 1:00 pm. Her presentation “Safety Citizenship- Engaging Others to Prevent Someone from Driving after Dr ...[ Read More » ]
Prof. Nic Ward, Jay Otto M.S., Dr. Kari Finley, and Prof. William Schell with the Center for Health and Safety Culture at Montana State University have published an article in the Transportation Research Part F: ...[ Read More » ]
A new published article (Testing three pathways to substance use and delinquency among low-income African American adolescents) by Phillip L. Marotta and Dexter R. Voisin cites a publication the Center for Health ...[ Read More » ]
SAN FRANCISCO,CA (PRWEB) MARCH 16, 2017
Futures Without Violence (FUTURES) announced today that it is leading a five-year effort to research, analyze, and identify best practices for improving how child welfare a ...
The Center for Health and Safety Culture completed a research project with the Transportation Pooled Fund on Traffic Safety Culture. The purpose of this research project was to understand the specifi ...
Many traffic safety agencies are now adopting a vision of zero fatalities. To achieve this goal, it will require securing more resources, establishing new partnerships, and implementing innovative strategies. ...[ Read More » ]