Brooke Nott

NTT Assistant Professor, Psychological Sciences Department

503-838-9327 | nottb@wou.edu
TODD 334

Personal Website

At WOU since

09/16/2017

Office Hours

MonTuesWedsThursFri
12-130  12-150 

Course schedule

Fall 2019
CRNCourseTitleTimesLocation
11678 PSY311 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY MW 1000-1150 MOD 103
11388 PSY301 INTRODUCTION RESEARCH METHODS - ONLINE CRS

Education

Ph.D. Human Development and Family Sciences, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR

M.S. Human Development and Family Sciences, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR

B.A. Psychology, summa cum laude, Whitworth University, Spokane, WA

Research areas

Positive Youth Development: Exploring Youth Voice & Homelessness Research Study, Oregon
State University, Corvallis, OR, 2010-2013 (Doctoral Dissertation)
Directed study with homeless and 4-H youth using focus group methodology and qualitative
analysis using MAXQDA; received funding from HHS fellowship for dissertation

Research Assistant, Extension Family, Community & Health Department, Oregon State University,
Corvallis, OR, 2011-2012
Coordinated evaluation design, analysis, and reporting for the Oregon Parenting Education
Collaborative and Boomer/Babies Project; created surveys, organized and analyzed data; led
focus groups and site visits; conducted research, measurement analysis, and manuscript writing
on parenting skills

Rural Youth’s Transition to Adulthood Research Study, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR,
2008-2009 (Master’s Thesis)
Designed study and collected data on rural young adults; used multi-method recruitment
strategies including site visits; analyzed data using SEM & path analysis in STATA & Mplus;
received funding from OSU Rural Studies Program, HDFS, & HHS

Research Assistant, Extension Enhancing the Skills of Parents Program II, Oregon State University,
Corvallis, OR, 2006-2007
Employed multi-method evaluation skills: transcribed, created online survey, organized and
analyzed data, assisted in focus group interviews and site visits; prepared project conference
documents and materials; researched current parenting trends

Developmental Assets Research Study, Whitworth University, Spokane, WA, 2002-2003
Designed correlational study and analyzed data using SPSS and S-Plus during field work with
homeless youth

Awards and honors

Thayer Raymond Fellowship, OSU College of Public Health & Human Sciences, 2008, 2011

Eric Englund Memorial Graduate Student Scholarship, OSU Graduate School, 2010

Honorable Mention, Youth, Aging, and the Life Course Graduate Student Paper, Society for
the Study of Social Problems, 2010

Betty E. Hawthorne Fellowship, OSU College of Public Health & Human Sciences, 2010

Woods/Foster Fellowship; Sonin Scholarship, OSU Department of HDFS, 2009

Duncan and Cindy Campbell Foundation Risk & Resiliency Endowment Internship, 2007

Arthur Gravatt Fellowship, OSU Department of HDFS, 2007

Pew Younger Scholar, 2003

Member of the Whitworth Laureate Society, 1999-2003

Department of Psychology Scholarship, 2000-2003

Presbyterian Leadership Scholarship, 1999-2003

Trustee Scholarship, 1999-2003

Publications and Presentations

Nott, B.D., Vuchinich, S. (2016). Homeless adolescents’ perceptions of positive

development: A comparative study. Child & Youth Care Forum, 45(6), 865-886.

Nott, B.D., Vuchinich, S. & Arnold, M. (Invited to Resubmit). A good life: Youth voice and

positive youth development. Journal of Youth Studies.

Nott, B.D. (2014). “We are not all one puzzle piece”: Youth voice, homelessness, and

positive youth development. OSU Scholars Archive: Electronic Theses & Dissertations.

Galloway, R., Bourdeau, V., Arnold, M., & Nott, B. D. (2013). Tying the design of your

camp staff training to the delivery of desired youth outcomes. Journal of Extension, 51 (4).

Arnold, M. E. & Nott, B. D. (2012). The nature and extent of conflict among volunteer

leaders in the 4-H horse project: Implications for effective program management. Journal of

Extension, 50 (1).

Arnold, M. E. & Nott, B. D. (2010). What’s going on? Developing a context for program

evaluation: From logic models to program theory. Journal of Youth Development, 5(2). Online:

Article No: 100502RS001.

Dolenc, B. J. & Settersten, R. A. (2009). Coming of age in rural America. In A. Umana-

Taylor, Classroom Diversity and Academic Success, an Online Special Edition.

Dolenc, B. J. (2009). Coming of age in rural America: Sense of purpose, coping, and

perceived progress toward adulthood. OSU Scholars Archive: Electronic Theses &

Dissertations.

Arnold, M. E., Dolenc, B. J., & Rennekamp, R. A. (2009). An assessment of 4-H volunteer

experience: Implications for building positive youth development capacity. Journal of

Extension, 47(5).

Wells, E. E., Arnold, M. E., & Dolenc, B. J. (2009). Participatory evaluation with youth:

Building skills for community action. Journal of Youth Development ~ Bridging Research

and Practice, 4.

Arnold, M. E., Dolenc, B. J., & Wells, E. E. (2008). Youth community engagement: A

recipe for success. Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship, 1, 56-65.

 

Technical Reports

Manoogian, M., Nott, B. D., Rennekamp, D., & Sektnan, M. (2012). Boomers and Babies:

Engaging Boomer-age Volunteers in Early Care and Education Phase 4 Evaluation.

Submitted to the Oregon Community Foundation.

Nott, B. D., & Arnold, M. E. &. (2011). 4-H Summer Science Camp Evaluation Report.

Submitted to ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Foundations and other stakeholders.

Sektnan, M., Manoogian, M., Nott, B. D., & Rennekamp, D. (2011). Oregon Parenting

Education Collaborative Year 1 Report. Submitted to the Oregon Community Foundation.

Arnold, M. E., & Nott, B. D. (2010). Youth Voice: Youth Voice National 4-H Healthy Living

Program Evaluation Report. Submitted to National 4-H Council.

Arnold M. E. & Nott, B. D. (2010). Oregon 4-H Equine Program Leaders & Youth Evaluation

Report. Distributed to the Oregon State 4-H Youth Development Program and other

stakeholders.

Arnold M. E. & Nott, B. D. (2010). Washington 4-H Equine Program Leaders & Youth

Evaluation Report. Distributed to the Washington State 4-H Youth Development Program and

other stakeholders.

Arnold, M. E. & Nott, B. D. (2009). 4-H Summer Science Camp Evaluation Report.

Distributed to program funder and other stakeholders.

 

Presentations

Arnold, M. E., Nott, B. D., & Meinhold, J. L. (2012, October). The Positive Youth

Development Inventory: The Development of a New Instrument to Measure Youth

Development Program Outcomes. Peer-reviewed paper presentation at the Annual Meeting

of the American Evaluation Association, Minneapolis, MN.

Nott, B. D. (2012, March). Positive Youth Development: Youth Voice and Homelessness.

Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence,

Vancouver, B.C.

Nott, B. D. (2011, October). Coming of Age in Rural America: Purpose and Coping. Peerreviewed

paper presentation at the Society for the Study of Emerging Adulthood

Conference, Providence, RI.

Arnold, M. E. & Dolenc, B. J. (2009, November). Program evaluation theory: Implications

for context, design, and practice. Peer-reviewed paper presentation at the Annual Meeting

of the American Evaluation Association, Orlando, FL

Dolenc, B. J. (2009, April). Rural youth’s transition to adulthood: Predictors of perceived

economic independence. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research

in Child Development, Denver, CO.

Bowman, S., Peters, C., Rennekamp, D., & Dolenc, B. J. (2007, November). Enhancing the

skills of parents program II: First year progress, 2006. Prepared for the Ford Family

Foundation. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Council on Family

Relations, Pittsburgh, PA.

Dolenc, B. J. (2003, May). Developmental assets and locus of control in disadvantaged youth.

Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Vancouver,

 

B.C.

 

Professional memberships

Society for Research on Adolescence

Society for Research in Child Development

Society for the Study of Emerging Adulthood




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