- Ph.D., 2000, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Social Work
- M.S.W., 1979, University of Michigan; Social Welfare Administration
- B.S.W., 1977, Central Michigan University; Social Work
Selected Peer Review Articles and Publications
Randolph, K., Whitaker, P. & Arellano, A. (2011). The unique effects of intervention strategies in health promotion campaigns: A review. Evaluation and Program Planning. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1016/j.evalprogplan.2011.12.004.
Randolph, K., & Radey, M. (2011). Measuring parenting practices among parents of elementary school-aged youth. Research on Social Work Practice, 21(1), 88-97.
Randolph, K., Russell, D., Tillman, K., & Fincham, F. (2010). Protective influences on the negative consequences of drinking among youth. Youth & Society, 41(4), 546-568.
Randolph, K. Russell, D., Tillman, K. & Fincham, F. (2010). Protective influences on the negative consequences of drinking among youth. Youth & Society, 41(4),546-568.
Randolph, K., Fincham, F., & Radey, M. (2009). A framework for engaging families in prevention. Journal of Family Social Work, 12(1), 56-72.
Randolph, K. & Johnson, J. (2008). School-based mentoring programs: A review of the literature. Children and Schools, 30(3), 177-185.
Randolph, K. Engaging Florida’s families in prevention. Florida Department of Children and Families ($437,000; $137,000,-Year 1; $150,000-Year 2; $150,000,-Year 3). 2006-2009.
Randolph, K. Engaging parents in substance use prevention for at risk youth: An exploratory study. Council on Research and Creativity, Florida State University, Planning Grant ($10,000). 2006.
Randolph, K. Measuring alcohol expectancies in middle childhood: A pilot study. Council on Research and Creativity, Florida State University, First Year Assistant Professor Award ($13,000). 2004.
Randolph, K. Tracking changes in alcohol expectancies from middle childhood to adolescence. Council on Research and Creativity, Florida State University, Planning Grant ($9,992). 2003.
Randolph, K., & Picone, M. Community collaboration: Prevent violence/promote development. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, U. S. Department of Health and Human Services ($200,000-Year 1; $200,000-Year 2). 2001-2003.