Institute of Behavioral Science Room 352
University of Colorado Boulder
Boulder, CO 80309-0483
Senior Professional Research Assistant, Prevention Science Program
Lead Process Evaluator, Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence
Youth violence prevention and intervention, positive youth development, implementation science, translational research, process evaluation, school safety
Susanne Argamaso is a Senior Professional Research Assistant at the Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence at the University of Colorado Boulder. Her career spans more than 25 years in assisting schools and communities implement and evaluate youth violence prevention and intervention programs. Her expertise is in process evaluation, which includes survey development and using Implementation Science best practices to develop practical monitoring plans and tools that can be used both for research and by communities to support program implementation. Prior projects include supporting a national evaluation of implementation practices for Blueprints for Healthy Youth Development model programs and managing a national replication of the LifeSkills Training program. Her current projects are primarily based in Colorado, with one international research study in Indonesia.