Lynne Borden

Borden

Department Head, Professor

Family Social Science

Room 290D McNH
1985 Buford Avenue
St Paul, MN 55108

Tel: 612-625-1900

Fax: 612-625-4227

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Areas of Interest

Families as a Context for Development
Community-based programs that promote positive development
Public Policy
Military Families

Recent News

Borden receives $3.49 million grant from USDA-NIFA


Degrees

Ph.D., Human Resources and Family Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
M.A., Counseling and Guidance, University of Colorado at Denver
B.A., Elementary Education, University of Northern Colorado

Honors & Awards

2012 Outstanding Engagement Award, the Board of Human Sciences, the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities, Denver

Honorary Alumnus Award, University of Arizona Alumni Association, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

2010 Extension Faculty of the Year, Cooperative Extension College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, University of Arizona, Tucson

2009 Faculty Award, the Council of Alumni and Friends of the John and Doris Norton School of Family and Consumer Sciences, Tucson

Teaching & Learning

FSoS 8200: Orientation for Family Social Science

Research & Discovery

Lynne's research and discovery attempts to better understand the relationship between the various contexts within which young people interact and their overall development. More specifically, her work focuses on community-based programs and the role of these organizations in promoting the positive of development of young people and their families. Working in partnership with community-based programs, the programs are given data that allows them to make programmatic and policy changes enhancing their ability to better meet the needs of those they serve. 

Study of Youth Development Program Quality: This project includes collecting data from both the young people who participate and those who deliver the program. Using a multi-method approach that offers the opportunity to best understand the relationship between the interactions of youth participants and the adult leaders the potential influence on the young person’s development. This study uses technology to support the data collection through the use of online surveys and video assessments. This interactive data collection system offers the ability to interact with programs regardless of location.

Publications

  1. Wiggs, C. B., Borden, L. M., Stevens, S. J., & Serido, J. (under review). Stress and coping among adolescents: Ethnic Variation in the Experience of stressful life events and engagement in risk behaviors. 

  2. Schlomer, G. L., Hawkins, S. A., Wiggs, C. B., Casper, D. M., Card, N. A., & Borden, L. M. (2012). Deployment and family functioning:  A literature review of the United States operations in Afghanistan and Iraq. Family Science 3(2) 86-98.

  3. Borden, L. M., Wiggs, C. B., Schaller, A., & Schlomer, G. L. (2012). Engaging youth in evaluation: Using clickers for data collection. Journal of Youth Development, 7(1), 143-147.

  4. Borden, L. M., Schlomer, G. L., & Wiggs, C. B. (2011). The Evolving Role of Youth Workers. Journal of Youth Development, 6(3), 126-138.

  5. Serido, J., Borden, L. M., & Wiggs, C. W. (2011). Breaking down the barriers for continuing participation in youth programs. Youth and Society, 43(1), 44-63.

  6. Card, N. A., Bosch, L., Casper, D. M., Wiggs, C. B., Hawkins, S. A., & Borden, L. M. (June, 2011). A meta-analytic review of internalizing, externalizing, and academic problems among children of deployed military service members. Journal of Family Psychology, 25(4), 508–520.

  7. Serido, J., Borden, L. M., & Perkins, D. F. (2011). Moving beyond youth voice. Youth & Society, 43(1), 44-63. 

  8. Antonio, T., Johnson, S., Borden, L. M., & Villarruel, F.A. (2010).  Can anyone see our shadows?: Mental health and related social issues for Latino youth. In N. J. Cabrera & F.A. Villarruell (Eds.), Latino/a child psychology and mental health: Development and context, early to mid-childhood; adolescent development. ABC-CLIO Publishing.

  9. Lee, S., Borden, L. M., Serido, S., & Perkins, D. F. (2009). Ethnic minority youth in youth programs: Feelings of safety, relationships with adult staff, and perception of learning social skills. Youth and Society, 41(2), 234-255.

  10. Borden, L. M., & Serido, J. (2009). From program participant to engaged citizen: A developmental journey. Journal of Community Psychology 37(4), 423-438.

  11. Betts, S. C., Peterson, D. J., Roebuck, J., & Borden, L. M. (2008) Oracle bones: Divination of Collaboration Behavior. The Forum for Family and Consumer issues.

  12. Borden, L. M., Lee, S., Serido, J., & Collins, D. (2008). Does participation in a financial workshop change financial knowledge, attitudes, and behavior of college students? Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 29(1), 23-40.

  13. Borden, L. M., & Perkins, D. F. (2007). The roles volunteers can play in a community-wide effort. The International Journal of Volunteer Administration.

  14. Perkins, D. F., & Borden, L. M. (2006). Youth development and sports. In F. A. Villarruel & T. Luster (Eds.), Volume 2: Issues during adolescence. Crisis in mental health: Critical issues and effective program (pp. 239-256). Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc.

  15. Borden, L. M., & Perkins, D. F. (2006). Community youth development professionals: Providing the necessary supports. Child and Youth Care Forum, 35(2), 101-158.

  16. Borden, L. M., Perkins, D. F., Villarruel, F. A., Carlton Hug, A., Stone, M., & Keith, J. G. (2006). Challenges and opportunities to Latino youth development: Increasing meaningful participation in youth development programs. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Science, 28(2), 187-208.

  17. Stone, B., Garza, P., & Borden, L. M. (2006). A national professional development system for youth workers. Journal of Youth Development: Bridging Research and Practice, 1(1). 

  18. Borden, L. M., Perkins, D. F., & Stone, M. R. (2006). On-line surveys: Increasing your research and evaluation capacity. Journal of Youth Development: Bridging Research and Practice, 1(1).

  19. Borden, L. M., Perkins, D. F., Villarruel, F. A., & Stone, M. R. (2005, Spring). To participate or not participate: That is the question. In H. Weiss & P. Little (Eds.), New directions for youth development: Conceptualizing participation in out-of school time programs, 105 (pp. 19-30). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

  20. Garza, P., Borden, L. M., & Astroff, K. (2005, Winter). New directions for youth development: Professional development efforts in the field of youth development, 104. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

  21. Garza, P., Borden, L. M., & Astroff, K. (2005, Winter). Issue editors’ notes. In P. Garaz, L. Borden, & K. Astrofff (Eds.), New directions for youth development: Professional development efforts in the field of youth development, 104 (pp. 1-4). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. 

  22. Borden, L. M., Craig, D., & Villarruel, F. A. (2005, Winter). The contribution of higher education to the professionalization of youth development workers. In P. Garza, L. M. Borden, & K. Astroff (Eds.), New directions for youth development: Professional development efforts in the field of youth development, 104 (pp. 75-85). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

  23. Walker, J., Marczak, M., Blyth, D. A., & Borden, L. M. (2005). Designing developmentally intentional youth programs: Toward a theory of optimal developmental success in community-based learning experiences for youth. In J. L. Mahoney, R. W. Larson, & J. S. Eccles (Eds.), Organized activities as contexts of development: Extracurricular activities, after-school and community programs (pp. 339-418). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

  24. Borden, L. M., Stone, M. R., & Villarruel, F. A. (2004). Public policy and human development. In C. Fisher & R. M. Lerner (Eds.), Applied developmental science: An encyclopedia of research, policies, and programs (pp. 898-900). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

  25. Borden, L. M. (2004). Youth development professionals. In C. Fisher & R. M. Lerner (Eds.), Applied developmental science: An encyclopedia of research, policies, and programs (pp. 1173-1175). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

  26. Borden, L. M., & Perkins, D. F. (2004). Levels of community linkages. In C. Fisher & R. M. Lerner (Eds.), Applied Developmental Science: An encyclopedia of research, policies, and programs (pp. 286-288). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

  27. Perkins, D. F., & Borden, L. M. (2004). Essential elements of youth development programs. In C. Fisher & R. M. Lerner (Eds.), Applied developmental science: An encyclopedia of research, policies, and programs (pp. 1175-1178). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

  28. Borden, L. M., Marks, S., Stone, M. R. (2004). Community-campus partnerships and community-based program evaluations. In C. Fisher & R. M. Lerner (Eds.), Applied developmental science: An encyclopedia of research, policies, and programs (pp. 280-283). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.  

  29. Perkins, D. F., & Borden, L. M. (2004). A multidimensional ecological examination of a youth development program for military dependent youth. Journal of Prevention and Intervention in the Community, 27(2), 49-65.

  30. Borden, L. M. (2003). 4-H youth development. In J. R. Miller, R. M. Lerner, L. B. Schiamberg, & P. M. Anderson (Eds.), Encyclopedia of human ecology (pp. 302-306). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

  31. Borden, L. M., & Perkins, D. F. (2003). Community-based organizations. In J. R. Miller, R. M. Lerner, L. B. Schiamberg, & P. M. Anderson (Eds.), Encyclopedia of human ecology (pp. 141-144). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

  32. Perkins, D. F., & Borden, L. M. (2003). Community youth development. In J. R. Miller, R. M. Lerner, L. B. Schiamberg, & P. M. Anderson (Eds.), Encyclopedia of human ecology (pp. 138-141). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

  33. Perkins, D. F., & Borden, L. M. (2003). Risk behaviors, risk factors and resiliency in adolescence. In R. M. Lerner, M. A. Eastbrooks, & J. Mistry (Eds.), Handbook of psychology, Volume 6 (pp. 273-419). New York: Wiley.

  34. Perkins, D. F., Borden, L. M., Keith, J. G., Hoppe-Rooney, T. L., & Villarruel, F. A. (2003). Community youth development: Partnership creating a positive world. In F. A. Villarruel, D. F. Perkins, L. M. Borden, & J. G. Keith (Eds.), Community youth development: Programs, policies, and practices (pp. 1-23). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

  35. Perkins, D. F., & Borden, L. M. (2003). Key elements of community youth development programs. In F. A. Villarruel, D. F. Perkins, L. M. Borden, & J. G. Keith (Eds.), Community youth development: Programs, policies, and practices (pp. 373-340). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

  36. Villarruel, F. A., Perkins, D. F., Borden, L. M., & Keith, J. G. (2003). Community youth development: Youth voice and activism. Community Youth Development: Programs, policies, and practices (pp. 394-403). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

  37. Borden, L. M., & Perkins, D. F. (2003). Volunteers as essential members of community collaborations. The Journal of Volunteer Administration 21(3), 20-24.

  38. See CV for more publications.