Elizabeth Davis

Home and Community Department

Extension Assistant Professor | Kane County Director


Elizabeth Davis

Contact Information

Office Location: Kane County
Phone: (435) 644-4917
Email: elizabeth.davis@usu.edu

Educational Background

MS, Family Consumer and Human Development/adolescent, Utah State University, 2010
Common Characteristics of Young People Who Text: The Connection to Autonomy, Identity and Self-Esteem

Licensures & Certifications

Premarital Interpersonal Choices & Knowledge (P.I.C.K) a partner Certification. , Love Thinks, LLC, 2016
International Review Board (IRB) , CITI Utah State University , 2016
United Marriage Enhancement Training, Governors commission on Marriage Utah State University, 2008

Awards

2nd Place Marketing public relations , 2021

Utah Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences

Excellence in 4-H STEM Programming, 2021

Utah Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences

Extension Innovator Award, 2021

Utah Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences

1st Place Innovative Program, 2021

Utah Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences

Marketing?Public Relations Award, 2020

Utah Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences

Achievement of Service Award, 2020

Utah 4-H Association

Innovative Program Award (TEAM), 2020

Utah Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences


Publications | Abstracts

    An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

    Publications | Fact Sheets

    • Davis, E., Brower, N., (2017). Making Media Work for Your Marriage.

    An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

    Publications | Curriculum

    An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

    Publications | Journal Articles

    Academic Journal

    • Levin, M.E, Peterson, J.M, Durward, C., Bingeman, B., Davis, E., Nelson, C., Cromwell, S., (2021). A randomized controlled trial of online acceptance and commitment therapy to improve diet and physical activity among adults who are overweight/obese. Transactional Behavioral Medicine, 11, 1216-1225.

    Professional Journal

    An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

    Publications | Other

    An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

    Extension

    Youth Development , 2017 - 2023
    Family Health and Wellness, 2016 - 2023