Monday, December 7, 2009
Dr. Rosay participates in Violence Against Indian Women in Indian Country Project
Dr. André Rosay meets with the National Institute of Justice and RTI International in Washington D.C. on Monday December 7, 2009, to discuss survey design parameters and instrumentation for a national prevalence study of violence against Indian women in Indian Country. The project is funded by the National Institute of Justice and Dr. Rosay serves as a consultant to RTI International. Dr. Rosay has been actively involved with the National Institute of Justice’s program of research on violence against Indian women in Indian Country. He has attended previous research meetings and presented to the Section 904 Violence Against Indian Women in Indian Country Task Force in Washington D.C. Dr. Rosay has also received funding from the National Institute of Justice to collaborate with Ada Pecos Melton and Dr. Duane Champagne to create a social science research guide for research in Indian Country.