Shannon Lipscomb

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CAS 207
Phone: 
541-322-3137
Email: 
shannon.lipscomb@osucascades.edu

shannon-lipscomb

Dr. Shannon Lipscomb

Assistant Professor
Human Development and Family Sciences
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Shannon Lipscomb is an Assistant Professor of Human Development and Family Science at Oregon State University-Cascades Campus.

Dr. Lipscomb teaches undergraduate courses in Infant and Child Development, Research Methods, Grant Writing/Program Development, and Families and Poverty. She also conducts research, and mentors students in research on early childhood development, and early care and education, and home environments.

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Curriculum Vitae (PDF)

Research Interests
Dr. Lipscomb examines children's development of school readiness, and the effects of children’s experiences at home and in child care and early education settings to their development. Her work focuses on children’s self-regulation skills that facilitate later school success, and on vulnerable populations of children, including those involved in the Child Welfare system. Dr. Lipscomb also conducts applied research on the effectiveness of policies and programs that strive to improve the quality of child care and early learning in Oregon, and to increase access to quality care for children from vulnerable populations.

Memberships

Hallie Ford Center for Children and Families, Early Childhood Core

Oregon Child Care Research Partnership

National Child Care Policy Research Consortium

Projects

Keeping Kids Safe Public health researchers team up on flame retardant study

A New Look at Out-of-Home Child Care for High-Risk Children:
Child Care Use, Quality, and Psychosocial Functioning among Children in Foster Care

Patterns of Child Care Subsidy Use among Children Involved in Child Welfare Services

Evaluation Project LAUNCH of Deschutes County

Press Releases

Behavior problems in preschool and child care centers may be an issue of genes, October 24, 2013

Academic gains found among high risk kids in Head Start, January 29, 2013

Over-reactive parenting linked to problem behavior in toddlers, February 2, 2012

Awards

Recipient, Scholarship and Creative Activity Award, Oregon State University-Cascades 2013.