College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Dr. Alleyne-Green is an Assistant Professor. She currently teaches in both the PhD and MSW programs. She teaches the Evidence Based Practice doctoral course, Generalist Practice I and II, Child Abuse and Family Violence, Human Behavior II, and Clinical Practice II with Adults and Children.
Dr. Alleyne-Green’s research focuses on the impact of relationship violence on risk behaviors among adolescent females, with a focus on girls of color. She has been the recipient of a number of funding awards including a Diversity Supplement from the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA), several research grants to support her research.
To date, Dr. Alleyne-Green has published fourteen articles that examine the impact of violence on the health of young women and girls locally, nationally and globally.