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Refereed Presentations

The first author was the presenter.

* notes students who worked under my supervision during the research process.
+ notes research from a student thesis or dissertation that I co-chaired.

# notes that the last author is the senior author/Principal Investigator

  1. Lipscomb, S. T., Hatfield, B., Lewis, H., Goka-Dubose, E., & the Roots of Resilience Research Team (2019). Roots of Resilience: Professional Development for Early Childhood Teachers in Trauma-Responsive Care. In Kothari, B. (Chair), & Blakeslee, J. (Co-Chair) Relationship- Oriented Interventions to Promote Resilience among Children and Youth who have Experienced Adversity. Society for the Study of Human Development Conference, Portland, OR.
     
  2. Lipscomb, S. T., Lewis*, H., Hatfield, B., Qadir, E., & Hiler, C. (2019, October). Do Teacher- Child Relationships Moderate Effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences on Social and Behavioral Skills and Problems in Preschool? Poster Presentation at the Society for the Study of Human Development Conference, Portland, OR.
     
  3. Lewis*+, H., Lipscomb, S. T., & Hatfield, B., (2019, October). Adverse Childhood Experiences and Family-Teacher Relationships in Early Care and Education. Poster Presentation at the Society for the Study of Human Development Conference, Portland, OR.
     
  4. Sills*, A., Lipscomb, S. T., & Hatfield, B. (2019, October). Parenting, Household Chaos, and Children’s Stress System Activity as Predictors of Externalizing Behaviors in Preschool. Poster Presentation at the Society for the Study of Human Development Conference, Portland, OR.
     
  5. Lipscomb, S. T., Weber, B., Green, B., & Patterson, L. (2019, March). Identifying Commonality in Observed Quality across Home- and Center-Based Early Learning Programs. In Jeon, L., (Chair). New Insights on Quality and Access in Early Care and Education: Lessons from QRIS Data, Biennial Conference of the Society for Research in Child Development, Baltimore, MD.
     
  6. Goka-Dubose, E., Bickhaus*, L., Hatfield, B., & Lipscomb#, S. T. (2018, June). Quality of Implementation in Video-based Coaching Program for Early Childhood Teachers. Poster Presentation at the National Research Conference on Early Childhood, Washington DC.
  1. Lewis*, H., Lipscomb, S. T., Hatfield, B., Green, B., & Weber, B. (2018, June). Family- Teacher Partnerships and Child Engagement in Early Child Care and Education. Poster Presentation at the National Research Conference on Early Childhood, Washington DC.
     
  2. Lewis*, H., Longway*, K., Bulosan, C., Sills*, A., Hatfield, B., & Lipscomb#, S. T. (2018, June). Participant Engagement and Feasibility in the Roots of Resilience Online Course: Supporting Early Childhood Teachers to Nurture Resilience. Poster Presentation at the National Research Conference on Early Childhood, Washington DC.
     
  3. Lewis*, H., Longway, K., Bulosan, C., Sills*, A., Hatfield, B., & Lipscomb#, S. T. (2018, May). Participant Engagement and Feasibility in the Roots of Resilience Online Course: Supporting Early Childhood Teachers to Nurture Resilience. Poster Presentation at the Oregon Parenting Education Conference, Corvallis, OR.
     
  4. Henry*, J., Goka-Dubose, E., Bickhause*, L., Hatfield, B., & Lipscomb#, S. T. (2017, May). Teachers Awakening Children’s Healing: Piloting Strength-Based Coaching Online in the Roots of Resilience Program. Poster Presentation at the Oregon Parenting Education Conference, Corvallis, OR.
     
  5. Lewis*, H., Bulosan*, C., Hope*, S., Longway*, K., Goka-Dubose, E., Hatfield, B., & Lipscomb#, S. T. (2017, May). Roots of Resilience Program: An Overview of the Online Course and Lessons Learned. Poster Presentation at the Oregon Parenting Education Conference, Corvallis, OR.
     
  6. Duncan*, R., Lipscomb, S. T., Geldhof, J., & Acock, A. (2017, April). A Person-Centered Approach for Predicting 5th Grade Literacy Proficiency among Low-Income Children. Poster presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Austin, TX.
     
  7. Hur, R., Lipscomb, S. T., Lewis*, H., Goka-Dubose, E., Henry*, J. & (2017, April). Challenges in Teacher-Parent Relationships for Children Experiencing Adversity. Poster presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Austin, TX.
     
  8. Lipscomb, S. T., Goka-Dubose, E., Henry*, J., & Hur, R. (2017, April). Instability Related to Early Care and Education May Pose Barrier to Supporting Families Facing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). Poster presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Austin, TX.
     
  9. Schmitt, S., Pratt, M., & Lipscomb, S. T. (2017, April). Teacher-child relationships for highly mobile children living in non-parental care. Paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Austin, TX.
     
  10. Kile, M. L., Lipscomb S. T., MacDonald M., McClelland M., Scott R., O’Connell S. G., Anderson K. (2016). Assessing preschool children’s exposure to flame retardants, using silicone wristbands, and links with teacher-rated social behaviors. International Society for Exposure Science, Ultrech, NL.
  1. Lipscomb, S. T., Miao*, A., Finders*, J., Hatfield, B., Pears, K., Kothari, B., and the Oregon School Readiness Consortium (2016, July). School Readiness at the Community Level: children’s scores across schools, districts, and counties. The Administration for Children and Family’s National Research Conference on Early Childhood, Washington, DC.
     
  2. Lipscomb, S. T., Weber, R., Green, B., & Patterson, L. (2016, July). Variability in Teacher- Child Interactions Within Early Learning Programs: Unpacking Differences across Classrooms/Groups. The Administration for Children and Family’s National Research Conference on Early Childhood, Washington, DC.
     
  3. Kothari, B. H., McGee, M., Godlewski, B., McBeath, B., Bank, L., & Lipscomb, S. (2016, June). A Longitudinal Analysis of Discipline among Youth in Foster Care. Paper presented at the Society for Prevention Research annual conference, San Francisco, CA.
     
  4. Schmitt, S. A., Lipscomb, S. T., & Pratt, N. (November, 2015). The role of housing instability and family services for children living in non-parental care. Paper presented at the fall research conference for the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management, Miami, FL.
     
  5. Rohlman, D., Kincl, L., Kile, M. L., Frey, G., Lipscomb, S. T., MacDonald, M., McClelland, M., & Anderson, K. (2015, April). Reporting community-based participatory research to communities. Northwest Environmental Health Conference, Portland, OR.
     
  6. Lipscomb, S. T., Becker*, D., Laurent, H., Leve, L., Neiderhiser, J., Natsuaki, M., Shaw, D., Reiss, D., & Fisher, P. (2015, March). Children’s stress system activity moderates effects of teacher-child relationships on success in early elementary school. Poster presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Philadelphia, PA.
     
  7. Pratt*+, M., McClelland, M., & Lipscomb. S. T. (2015, March). Understanding the relation between multiple risks and early self-regulation. Paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Philadelphia, PA.
     
  8. Schmitt, S., & Lipscomb. S. T. (2015, March). Housing instability and academic trajectories for children in Head Start. Paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Philadelphia, PA.
     
  9. Becker*, D., Lipscomb#, S. T., (2014, November). Stress system activity as a moderator of parenting on children’s skills for success in school. Poster presented at the Special Topic Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development: New Conceptualizations in the Study of Parenting-At-Risk, San Diego, CA.
     
  10. Lipscomb, S. T., Machala, M., Sundborg, S. A., Gebstadt, B., Keys, S., Armington, A., Rennekamp, D., Sektnan, M., Kingston, S., Bovbjerg, V. (2014, October). Strengthening families. Paper presentation at the Oregon Public Health Association Annual Conference, Corvallis, OR.
     
  11. Tepfer, A., Anderson, K., Kile, M., Lipscomb, S. T., McClelland, M. & MacDonald, M. (2014, October). Motor skill proficiency and school readiness in at-risk preschool children, National Federation of Adapted Physical Activity, Ann Arbor, MI.
  1. Pratt*+, M. E. Lipscomb, S. T., & McClelland, M., (2014, April). How children’s characteristics moderate effects of early care and education: An illustration with self-regulation development. Poster presented at the Special Topic Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development: Strengthening Connections among Child and Family Research, Policy and Practice, Alexandria, VA.
     
  2. Przybyla, J., Kile, M., McDonald, M., McClelland, M., Lipscomb, S. T., & Anderson, K. (2014, April). Detection of 41 flame retardants in a Pacific Northwest sample of preschool aged children. 6th Annual Northwest Environmental Health Conference, Portland, OR.
     
  3. Tepfer, A., Anderson, K., Kile, M., Lipscomb, S. T., McClelland, M. & MacDonald, M. (2013, July). Motor skill performance & school readiness. National Consortium for Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities, Washington, DC.
     
  4. Pratt*, M. E. Lipscomb, S. T., & Schmitt*, S. A. (2013, April). The effect of Head Start on family services and parenting outcomes in a non-parental care sample. Poster presented at the meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Seattle, WA.
     
  5. Tracy*+, A. & Lipscomb, S. T. (2013, April). Supporting early childhood teachers: improving the teacher-child relationship for children exhibiting challenging behavior. Poster presented at the meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Seattle, WA.
     
  6. Lipscomb, S. T., Pratt*, M., Schmitt*, S. A., Pears, K C., & Kim, H. P. (2012, June). Early care and education for children living in non-parental care: Implications for school readiness. Paper presented at the biennial Head Start Research Conference, Washington, D.C.
     
  7. Lipscomb, S. T., & Pears, K. C. (2011, October). Child care and early education for children living in foster care. Poster presentation at the American Public Health Association Conference, Washington, D.C.
     
  8. Lipscomb, S. T., & Pears, K. C. (2011, June). Early care and education for children in foster care. Poster presentation at the National Conference on Child and Family Policies and Programs, Boston, MA.
     
  9. Williams, S. T., Thompson, R. A., Masyn, K. E., & Ontai, L. (2007, March). School readiness as a developmental process. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Boston, MA.
     
  10. Williams, S. T., Conger, K. J., & Blozis, S. (2007, March). Interpersonal aggression during adolescence: Developmental pathways and the importance of parents, siblings, and family economics. Paper presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Boston, MA.
     
  11. Lipscomb, S. T., Ontai, L., & Mastergeorge, A. M. (2006, June). Developmental trajectories of social reciprocity among infant peers: Contributions from child care providers and peers.

Paper presented at the International Conference on Infant Studies, Kyoto, Japan.

  1. Lipscomb, S. T., Ontai, L., Masyn, K. E., & Thompson, R. A. (2006, April). School readiness as a developmental process: Methodological approaches. Poster presented at the Child Care Policy Research Consortium meeting, Silver Springs, MD.
     
  2. Conger, K. J., Lipscomb, S. T., Little, W., Masyn. K. E., & Schebloski, B. (2006, March). Family interactions and adolescent mastery: The role of problem solving. Paper presented at the Society for Research on Adolescence meeting, San Francisco, CA.
     
  3. Lipscomb, S. T. (2000, April). The media and body image: Erasing the harmful ideals. Paper presented at the Western Psychological Association meeting, Portland, OR and the Whitman College Research Conference, Walla Walla, WA.

Invited Presentations

  1. Lipscomb, S. T., & the Roots of Resilience Research Team (Invited-2018, October). Nurturing Children’s Roots of Resilience: Trauma-Informed Professional Development for Early Childhood Teachers and Providers. Oregon Child Care Researchers Roundtable, Edgefield, OR.
     
  2. Lipscomb, S. T., Hatfield, B., & the Roots of Resilience Research Team (Invited-2018, June). Nurturing Children’s Roots of Resilience: Professional Development for Early Childhood Teachers. In Lipscomb, S. T. (Chair). Developing and Evaluating Interventions to Address Early Childhood Trauma. National Research Conference on Early Childhood, Washington, DC.
     
  3. Lipscomb, S. T. (Invited-2018, February). Observed Quality, Structural Indicators, and Child Engagement in Centers and Home-Based Programs in Oregon. In Tonyan. H. (Chair), Defining and Measuring Child Care Quality that Reflects Diversity of Families and Setting. Plenary at the Annual Meeting of the Child Care and Early Education Policy Research Consortium, Washington DC.
     
  4. Lipscomb, S. T., Webber, R., Green, B., Gibbs, S., & Patterson, L. (Invited-2018, February). Unpacking Quality: Findings from Validation Studies of Oregon’s Quality Rating and Improvement System. In Tout. K. (Chair), Quality Rating and Improvement Systems: New Evidence and New Questions for the Future. Annual Meeting of the Child Care and Early Education Policy Research Consortium, Washington DC.
     
  5. Lipscomb, S. T. (Invited Colloqium-2017, November). Nurturing Children’s Roots of Resilience: Early Learning for Children Impacted by Trauma. Purdue University, Indiana.
     
  6. Comini, B., & Lipscomb, S. T. (Invited-2017, October). Using Data to Identify and Address Disparities in Early Learning. Oregon Child Care Researchers Roundtable, Edgefield, OR.
     
  7. Lipscomb, S. T., Goka-Dubose, E., Hur, R , & Henry*, J. (Invited-2017, March). Adverse Childhood Experiences and Instability Related to Early Care and Education. Annual Meeting of the Child Care and Early Education Policy Research Consortium, Washington DC.
     
  8. Pratt, M., & Lipscomb, S. T. (Invited-2017, March). Early Care and Education (ECE) Among Non-Parental Households. Annual Meeting of the Child Care and Early Education Policy Research Consortium, Washington DC.
  1. Lipscomb, S. T., Weber, R., Green, B., & Patterson, L. (Invited-2016, October). Measuring Quality: Insights from Oregon’s Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS) Validation Study. Oregon Child Care Researchers Roundtable, Edgefield, OR.
     
  2. Lipscomb, S. T., Weber, B., & Green, B. (Invited-2015, December). Initial evidence of links between QRIS ratings and observed program quality in Oregon. Annual Meeting of the Child Care Policy Research Consortium, Washington DC.
     
  3. Lipscomb, S. T., Miao, A., Finders, J., Hatfield, B., Pears, K., Kothari, B., and the Oregon School Readiness Consortium (Invited-2015, October). Oregon’s Kindergarten Assessment: children’s scores across schools, districts, and counties. Oregon Child Care Researchers Roundtable, Edgefield, OR.
     
  4. Lipscomb, S. T. (Invited- 2014, November). Evaluating Early Childhood Systems Change. Annual Meeting of the Child Care Policy Research Consortium, Washington DC.
     
  5. Lipscomb, S. T., Karoly, L., & Hawkinson, L. (Invited- 2014, July). QRIS validation studies: A discussion for researchers. Quality Rating and Improvement Systems (QRIS) National Meeting: Building High-Quality Systems through QRIS. Denver, CO.
     
  6. Meloy, M., Lipscomb, S. T., & Baron, M. (Invited – 2014, July). Linking state child care and child welfare policies and populations: Implications for children, families, and policymakers. Head Start’s 12th National Research Conference on Early Childhood, Washington, DC.
     
  7. Schmitt, S. A. & Lipscomb, S. T. (Invited – 2014, July). Early care and education for children living in non-parental care: Outcomes from the Head Start Impact Study. Head Start’s 12th National Research Conference on Early Childhood, Washington, DC.
     
  8. Lipscomb, S. T. (Invited-2013, October). Early care and education for children involved in child welfare: Outcomes for children and families. Oregon Child Care Researchers Roundtable, Edgefield, OR.
     
  9. Lipscomb, S. T. & Magnuson, K. (Invited-2012, July). Tiered Quality Rating and Improvement Systems (TQRIS) validation. Annual Meeting of the Quality Initiatives Research and Evaluation Consortium (INQUIRE), Washington, D.C.
     
  10. Chaudry, A., Lipscomb, S. T., Martinez-Beck, I., Robeson, W. W., & Tout, K. (Invited-2012, November). Closing plenary. Highlights across themes and reflections from HHS leadership. Annual Meeting of the National Child Care Policy Research Consortium, Washington, D.C.
     
  11. Lipscomb, S. T. (Invited-2012, November). Professional development outcomes from Oregon’s Education Quality Investment Partnership (EQUIP). Annual Meeting of the National Child Care Policy Research Consortium, Washington, D.C.
     
  12. Lipscomb, S. T., Meloy, M. E., & Finch, J. (Invited-2012, November). Linking state childcare and child welfare policies and outcomes. Annual Meeting of the National Child Care Policy Research Consortium, Washington, D.C.
  1. Lipscomb, S. T. (2011, November). Early care and education for children involved in child welfare: Patterns, predictors, and school readiness outcomes. Annual Meeting of the National Child Care Policy Research Consortium, Washington, D.C.
     
  2. Ashan, N., Christian, S., Lipscomb, S. T. Meloy, B., Rous, B., & Ward, H. (Invited-2011, November). Challenges and opportunities in studying special populations: A conversation about research with families at the intersection of early care and education, child welfare, and early intervention/ preschool special education. Annual Meeting of the National Child Care Policy Research Consortium, Washington, D.C.
     
  3. Lipscomb, S. T. (Invited-2011, October). Early care and education for children from vulnerable groups. Oregon Child Care Researchers Roundtable, Edgefield, OR.
     
  4. Lipscomb, S. T. (Invited-2010, October). How does financial support for quality child care affect low-income families? Oregon Child Care Researchers Roundtable, Edgefield, OR.
     
  5. Lipscomb, S. T. & Norris, D. (Invited-2010, October). Evaluation of the Education Quality Investment Partnership (EQUIP). Oregon Child Care Researchers Roundtable, Edgefield, OR.
     
  6. Williams, S. T. (Invited-2009, October). Providing information on child care to parents: Preliminary findings from Oregon. National Child Care Policy Research Consortium, Washington D.C.
     
  7. Williams, S. T. (Invited-2009, October). Community childcare initiative: Preliminary evaluation findings. Oregon Child Care Researchers Roundtable, Edgefield, OR.
     
  8. Williams, S. T. (Invited-2009, October). EQUIP preliminary evaluation framework. Oregon Child Care Researchers Roundtable, Edgefield, OR.

Undergraduate Student Presentations

  1. Sills*, A., Lipscomb, S. T#., & Hatfield, B. (2019, May). Parenting, Household Chaos, and Children’s Stress System Activity as Predictors of Externalizing Behaviors in Preschool. OSU- Cascades Student Research and Scholarship Symposium, Bend, OR.
     
  2. Bickhaus*, L., Hatfield, B., Goka-Dubose, E., Servantes*, O., & Lipscomb#, S. T. (2018, May). Teacher Engagement in Coaching and Application of Knowledge. Oregon State University Celebrating Undergraduate Excellence.
     
  3. Goka-Dubose, E., Bickhaus*, L., Servantes*, O., Hatfield, B., & Lipscomb#, S. T. (2018, June). Quality of Implementation in Video-based Coaching Program for Early Childhood Teachers. OSU-Cascades Student Research and Scholarship Symposium, Bend, OR.
     
  4. Servantes*, O., Bulosan*, C., Goka-Dubose, E., & Lipscomb#, S. T. (2017, May). Measuring Teachers’ Serve and Return Interaction in the Roots of Resilience Program. OSU-Cascades Student Research and Scholarship Symposium, Bend, OR.
  1. Lewis*, H., Bulosan*, C., Hope*, S., Longway*, K., Goka-Dubose, E., Hatfield, B., & Lipscomb#, S. T. (2017, May). Roots of Resilience Program: An Overview of the Online Course and Lessons Learned. OSU-Cascades Student Research and Project Symposium, Bend, OR.
     
  2. Magidow*, E., Neves*, B., Lewis*, H., Bulosan*, C., Hur, R. & Lipscomb#, S. T. (2016, May). Preschool Teachers’ Well-Being: Is there a Relationship with Children’s Adverse Childhood Experiences? OSU-Cascades Student Research and Scholarship Symposium, Bend, OR.
     
  3. Niles*, T., & Lipscomb#, S. T. (2016, May). Follow-Up after Healthy Beginning Screening. OSU-Cascades Student Research and Scholarship Symposium, Bend, OR.
     
  4. Hein*, B., & Lipscomb#, S. T. (2015, May). Racial disparities in wages among early childhood education teachers. OSU-Cascades Student Research and Scholarship Symposium, Bend, OR.
     
  5. Napoli*, L., Niles*, T., & Lipscomb#, S. T. (2015, May). Read it, Read it! An early childhood literacy initiative of the Early Learning Hub of Central Oregon. OSU-Cascades Student Research and Scholarship Symposium, Bend, OR.

Workshops

  1. Goka-Dubose, E. & Lipscomb. S. T. (2020, May). Nurturing Children’s Roots of Resilience. The Healing Trauma Conference (virtual), Bend, OR.
     
  2. Lipscomb, S. T. & Goka-Dubose, E. (2019, November & December). Nurturing Children’s Roots of Resilience with a Trauma-Lens: a 2-part Series. The Children’s Learning Center, Madras, Oregon. 13 participants
     
  3. Lipscomb, S. T. (2019, October 16). Nurturing Children’s Roots of Resilience with a Trauma- Lens. Pre-Conference Workshop for Trauma-Informed Oregon, Sunriver, Oregon. 24 participants.
     
  4. Lipscomb, S. T., & Lewis, H. (2019, April 12-13). Trauma-Responsive Early Care and Education to Nurture Resilience. Workshop for Early Childhood Professionals, Sponsored by TRACEs of Central Oregon, Bend, OR. 16 participants.
     
  5. Lipscomb, S. T. (2019, April 26). Roots of Resilience: Teachers Awakening Children’s Healing. Annual Conference of the Central Oregon Chapter of the Oregon Association for the Education of Young Children, Bend, OR. 11 participants.
     
  6. Lipscomb, S. T., & Lewis, H. (2019, May 19). Understanding and Nurturing Children’s Roots of Resilience with Children and Families. Oregon Parenting Educators Conference, Corvallis, OR. 36 participants.
     
  7. Lipscomb, S. T., & Lewis, H. (2019, June 19). Developing a Trauma-Lens to Nurture Resilience: A Workshop for Professionals Serving Children and Families. Inaugural Whole Child Training Institute, Hallie Ford Center, Corvallis, OR. 53 participants
  1. Lipscomb, S. T. (2019, June 24-25). Nurturing Children’s Roots of Resilience: Trauma- Responsive Early Care and Education. Early Childhood Summer Institute, Oregon Department of Education, Bend, OR. 15 participants.

Community Presentations

  1. Lipscomb, S. T. & Fischetti, D. (2019, October). Trauma, Resilience, and Adverse Childhood Experiences (TRACEs). Leadership Cultivation Event for United Way of Deschutes County, Bend, OR.
     
  2. Wilhelm, K., Lipscomb, S. T., & McClure, K. (2019, October). We Are Our Childhood, City Club of Central Oregon, Bend, OR.
     
  3. Lipscomb, S. T. (2019, October). Nurturing Resilience in Ourselves and Others. Discovery Day, Oregon State University-Cascades, Bend, OR.
     
  4. Lipscomb. S. T. (2018, April). Nurturing Children’s Resilience begins with Fostering Our Own. Annual Conference of the Central Oregon Chapter of the Oregon Association for the Education of Young Children, Bend, OR.
     
  5. Lipscomb, S. T. (Invited-2017, October). Promoting Resilience for Children Facing Adversity. Grantee Meeting of the Oregon Parenting Education Collaborative, Bend, OR.
     
  6. Lipscomb, S. T. (2017, April). Turning adversity upside down: Promoting resilience in early childhood programs. Annual Conference of the Central Oregon Chapter of the Oregon Association for the Education of Young Children, Bend, OR.
     
  7. Lipscomb, S. T. (2013, January). Promoting human capital at OSU-Cascades. Presentation at OSU-Cascades, semiannual Circle of Excellence donor appreciation event, Bend, OR.
     
  8. Lipscomb, S. T. (2012, February). It’s not all ABCs. What makes preschool a path to success? It’s in the Bag, lunchtime lecture series at OSU-Cascades, Bend, OR.