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Violence-Prevention Projects

May 30, 2001 1 min read
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More information on the Hamilton Fish consortium or any of its seven violence- prevention projects is available from:

  • Hamilton Fish National Institute on School and Community Violence
    Paul M. Kingery, 2121 K St. N.W., Suite 200, Washington, DC 20037; Phone: (202) 496-2201; Web address: www.hamfish.org
  • Eastern Kentucky University
    Joy S. Renfro, Dizney 225, 521 Lancaster Ave., Richmond, KY 40475; Phone: (859) 622-6334
  • Florida State University
    Stephen A. Rollin, Department of Human Services and Studies, Center for Policy Studies, 215 Stone Building, Tallahassee, FL 32306; Phone: (850) 644- 9440
  • Morehouse School of Medicine
    James P. Griffin Jr. Center for Public Health Practice—Violence Prevention Research Center, 720 Westview, Atlanta, GA 30310; Phone: (404) 752-1051
  • Syracuse University
    Joan N. Burstyn, Cultural Foundations of Education, 350 Huntington Hall, Syracuse, NY 13244; Phone: (315) 443-3343
  • University of Oregon
    Jeffrey R. Sprague, College of Education, Postal Code 1265, Eugene, OR 97403; Phone: (541) 346-3592
  • University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee
    Rickie D. Lovell, Criminal Justice Programs, Enderis Hall, 2400 E. Hartford Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53201; Phone: (414) 229-6874

    Carl E. Pope (co-principal investigator), PO Box 786, Milwaukee, WI 53201; Phone: (414) 229-5311

  • George Washington University/Regional Alternative Education Program
    Deborah Jennings, Old Walker/Grant Annex, 200 Gunnery Road, Fredericksburg, VA 22408; Phone: (540) 370-0120
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