Jenna Montgomery Armstrong

Student Receives Doris Duke Fellowship for Child Welfare Research

The stress of life in a homeless shelter can take a toll on families. NC State graduate student Jenna Montgomery Armstrong wants to find out if an evidence-based family intervention tool called Triple P can help prevent child abuse and neglect among families living in shelters.

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