Her current interests include the role of gender in intimate partner violence (IPV), experiencing violence at the intersections of marginalized identities, and community and system responses to IPV and sexual assault. Conroy is also Principal Investigator at UVM for the ADA Participatory Action Research Consortium (ADA PARC), a project funded by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research that explores the differences experienced by people with disabilities in community living and participation.
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Robert and Helen celebrated their 54th wedding anniversary in 2000.
Nicole Conroy is a Lecturer in Human Development & Family Studies (HDFS) in the Department of Leadership and Developmental Sciences at the University of Vermont (UVM).
Her research and teaching focus on the interrelationships between individuals, families, and sociocultural contexts that shape development. Conroy has taught courses in interpersonal violence, human sexuality, research methods, human and family development, and gerontology.
She was born to James and Alice (Karel) Budin in Clarkson, NE, on June 2, 1920.
They farmed near Nehawka for 36 years, then moved to Murray in 1982.
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