4-H Youth Development Program
4-H Youth Development Program
4-H Youth Development Program
University of California
4-H Youth Development Program

Research Reports

Bird, M., Borba, J.,  Brenner, J.,  Brosnahan, A., Coutellier, C., George, J.,  Kong, L., Schmitt-McQuitty, L. (2009). Beyond Evaluation: Findings from the California 4-H Camp Study. http://cyfernet.ces.ncsu.edu/cyfdb_abstracts/abstracts/11506.php.

Bird, M. (2003-2009). On the Wild Side Program Evaluations. Sacramento, CA:University of California Cooperative Extension. Available at http://cesacramento.ucdavis.edu/4H/On_The_Wild_Side_Program.htm

Bird, M., & Carver, R. (2002). Youth Experiences in Science Program Evaluation.Sacramento, CA: University of California Cooperative Extension. Available at http://cesacramento.ucdavis.edu/files/42169.pdf

Hayden-Smith, R. (2008). What's for lunch? A review of school food and garden-based education in the United States using the Portland public schools as a model for change.  EcoTrust.A.D. http://www.ecotrust.org/farmtoschool/2008_05_Whats-for-Lunch.pdf

Heck, K., Dogan, S., Barnett, C., Borba, J., & Conklin-Ginop, E. (2009). 4-H Study of positive youth development: Report of California’s 2008 data. 4-H Center for Youth Development Special Report, 4-H Center for Youth Development, UC Davis.

Heck, K.E., & Fowler, J. (2008). Social capital in adolescence predicts civic engagement among young adults. 4-H Center for Youth Development Special Report, 4-H Center for Youth Development, UC Davis.

Heck, K.E. (2004).  Report:  Enrollment data for California and all California counties, 4-H Youth Development Program.  4-H Center for Youth Development, UC Davis.

Heck, K.E., Russell, S.T., O’Shaughnessy, M., Laub, C., Calhoun, C., & Austin, G.  (2003). Bias-related Harassment among California students, 2001. (California Healthy Kids Factsheet 4). Los Alamitos, CA: WestEd.

Heck, K.E., Borba, J.A., Carlos, R., Churches, K., Donohue, S., & Fuller, A.H.  California’s Rural Youth.  4-H Center for Youth Development, UC-Davis, 2004.

Lewis, K. M., Trzesniewski, K., Horrillo, S. J., Harris, L. S., & Miner, G. (2013). 4-H Thrive! Implementation of the Step-It-Up-2-Thrive Curriculum in 4-H 2010 - 2012. http://4h.ucanr.edu/files/191528.pdf

Murdock, S. Lee, F.C.H., & Paterson, C. (2003). The role of cross-age teaching in supporting adolescent development. 4-H Center for Youth Development Report, 4-H Center for Youth Development, UC Davis.

Murdock, S., Moncloa, F., Subramaniam, A., Olagundoye, S., Paterson, C., English, P., & Sathrum, S. (2010). Youth in governance and youth adult partnerships: An examination of promising practices. 4-H Center for Youth Development Special Report, 4-H Center for Youth Development, UC Davis.

O’Shaughnessy, M., Russell, S.T., Heck, K., Calhoun, C., & Laub, C. (2004).  Safe Place to Learn: Consequences of harassment based on actual or perceived sexual orientation and gender non-conformity and steps for making schools safer.  California Safe Schools Coalition and UC Davis.

Russell, S.T., McGuire, J.K., Laub, C., Manke, E., O’Shaughnessy, M., Heck, K., & Calhoun, C. (2006).  Harassment based on sexual orientation and its consequences.  San Francisco, CA:  California Safe Schools Coalition, 2006.

Subramaniam, A., Heck, K.E., & Carlos, R. (2008). 4-H Staff Professional Development: Identifying training needs across the state. 4-H Center for Youth Development Report, 4-H Center for Youth Development, UC Davis.

Subramaniam, A.,  & Carlos, R. (2006). 4-H Center for Youth Development Needs Assessment 2005. 4-H Center for Youth Development Report, 4-H Center for Youth Development, UC Davis.

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