Erin Hiley Sharp
Associate Professor; Carsey School Faculty Fellow
The Pennsylvania State University, Ph.D., 2006.
HDFS 624 Developmental Perspectives on Adolescence and Early Adulthood; HDFS 625 Adult Development and Aging; HDFS 746/864 Human Sexuality; HDFS 993 Theoretical Foundations of Family Studies; HDFS 994 Research Methods
Adolescent development and emerging adulthood, with a focus on activity involvement as a context for the development of identity and future perspective; parental, family, and broader contextual influences on adolescent development; prevention research and theory from a positive youth development perspective.
CHHS Excellence in Teaching Award, 2015
Pettee Hall Room 202