Elizabeth Snyder-Fickler

Senior Research Scientist and Affiliate Faculty, Department of Pediatrics, Children’s Health and Discovery Initiative

Liz Snyder is a senior research scientist at the Duke Center for Child and Family Policy and affiliate member of the Children’s Health and Discovery Initiative. Snyder-Fickler is trained as a research psychologist with a concentration in cognitive development. Her work focuses on conducting rigorous community-based research and evaluation. Centered on vulnerable children and families and the systems that serve them, her research broadly spans the areas of child welfare, early childhood and elementary education, and children's mental health. Research interests include design, implementation and analysis of interventions, and the use of actionable data to improve practice and policy within these human service settings. Together with a multi-disciplinary team of Duke researchers, she currently conducts the following studies:



Research Interests:
Program Evaluation, Education, Child Maltreatment, Children's Mental Health

Education:

Recent Publications   (More Publications)

  1. Snyder-Fickler, E. & Lawrence, C.N. "The East Durham Children's Initiative Year 8 Evaluation Report: Implementation and Outcomes."  December, 2019

  2. Lawrence, C.N. & Snyder-Fickler, E. "Durham Integrated Domestic Violence Response System: Initial Evaluation Findings."  June, 2019

  3. Snyder-Fickler, E; Lawrence, N; Rigdon, A "The East Durham Children's Initiative Year 6 Evaluation Report: Implementation and Outcomes.." The East Durham Children's Initiative Year 6 Evaluation Report: Implementation and Outcomes.. November, 2017

  4. Snyder-Fickler, E and Lawrence, N and Rigdon, A "The East Durham Children's Initiative Year 6 Evaluation Report: Implementation and Outcomes.."  November, 2017

  5. Lawrence, N; Snyder-Fickler, E; Ulrich, S "Book Babies Evaluation Pilot: Impacts on Parent and Child Interactive Reading Behaviors and Child Vocabulary and Early Literacy Skills.." Book Babies Evaluation Pilot: Impacts on Parent and Child Interactive Reading Behaviors and Child Vocabulary and Early Literacy Skills.. October, 2017

Elizabeth Snyder-Fickler

Elizabeth Snyder-Fickler
Office: Erwin Square Mill Building, Bay C, Room 217
Phone: (919) 668-3288
Fax: (919) 668-6923
E-mail:  liz.snyder@duke.edu  send me a message

Mailing Address:
Duke Box 90539, Durham, NC 27708-0539

Research Interests: (from Specialties)
Program Evaluation, Education, Child Maltreatment, Children's Mental Health Specialties:

Program Evaluation
Education
Child Maltreatment
Children's Mental Health