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Dr. Jaimee L Hartenstein

Dr. Jaimee L Hartenstein

Assistant Professor & FCS Undergraduate Internship Coordinator

Office: 1044 - Klehm Hall
Phone: 217-581-6004
Fax: 217-581-6090
Email: jhartenstein@eiu.edu

Frequently Taught Courses

FCS 1800 - Life Span Human Development
FCS 2800 - Family Relationship
FCS 4840 - The Disadvantaged Family
FCS 4845 - The Family in Crisis
FCS 5852 - Adolescence and the Family

Education

Ph.D.   Human Ecology, Concentration: Family Studies
           Certificate: Conflict Resolution
           Kansas State University, August 2014
M.S.    Family Studies and Human Services, Concentration: Family Studies
           Kansas State University, May 2012
B.S.    Human Ecology & Mass Communications, Concentration: Public Relations
           Kansas State University, December 2008

Professional Organizations

National Council on Family Relations
Illinois Council on Family Relations
American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences
Illinois Association of Family and Consumer Sciences       
Kappa Omicron Nu

Research

Divorce and child custody
Communication in the family following divorce or separation
Experiences of students in family science and the incorporation of portfolios in higher education

Selected Publications

Markham, M. S., Hartenstein, J. L., Mitchell, Y. L., & Aljayyousi-Khalil, G. (in press). Communication among parents who share physical custody after divorce or separation. Journal of Family Issues.
 
Hartenstein, J. L.(2014). Tender Years Doctrine. In C. L. Shelhan (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of Family Studies. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
 
Markham, M. S.,&Hartenstein, J. L.(2014). Shared custody. In L. Ganong & M. Coleman (Eds.), Social History of American Families: An Encyclopedia (pp. 3:1174-1175). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
 
Mitchell, Y. T., Hartenstein, J. L., Markham, M. S., & Bernard, D.L. (2014). Portfolios in family science: A template for integrating family life education. Family Science Review, 19(1), 37-55.
 
Markham, M. S., Mitchell, Y. T., & Hartenstein, J. L. (in press). Portfolio development for family life educators. In M. J. Walcheski & J. S. Reinke (Eds.), Family Life Education: The Practice of Family Science. Minneapolis, MN: National Council on Family Relations.
 
Schumm, W. R., Pratt, K. K., Hartenstein, J. L., Jenkins, B. A., & Johnson, G. A. (2013). Determining statistical significance (alpha) and reporting statistical trends: Controversies, issues, and facts. Comprehensive Psychology, 2, 1-6.
 
Mitchell, Y. T., Hartenstein, J. L., & Markham, M. S. (2012). Incorporating portfolios into family science. NCFR Report, 57, F35-F36.

Selected Conference Presentations

Hartenstein, J. L., & Markham, M. S. (2014, March). Custody arrangement decisions among divorcing or separating parents. Paper session presented at the 2014 K-State Research Forum, Manhattan, KS.
 
Hartenstein, J. L., & Markham, M. S. (2013, November). Custody arrangement decisions among divorcing or separating parents. Paper session to be presentation at the National Council on Family Relations, San Antonio, TX.
 
Markham, M. S., Mitchell, Y. T., Hartenstein, J. L., Aljayyousi-Khalil, G., & Thompson, D. (2013, November). Communication among parents who share physical custody after divorce or separation. Poster session to be presented at the National Council on Family Relations, San Antonio, TX.
 
Mitchell, Y. T., & Hartenstein, J. L. (2013, March). Student hierarchy of needs in family science. Poster session presented at the Innovations in Teaching and Learning Conference, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.
 
Hartenstein, J. L., Mitchell, Y. T., & Markham, M. S. (2012, November). Portfolios as a profitable student experience in family science. Paper session presented at the National Council on Family Relations, Phoenix, AZ.
* Winner of the Wesley Burr Graduate Student Award, NCFR Family Science Section, November 2012 Conference.

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