Marital and Family RelationsA Pioneer Among Online Extension Courses: A Decade in Review for CoupleTALK 1998-2007Community Education from a Family Systems Approach: Results from Short Lesson Formats
Offering relationship and marriage education in your community. The Forum for Family and Consumer Issues, 12(1). http://ncsu.edu/ffci/publications/2007/v12-n1-2007-spring/olsen-shirer/fa-5-olsen-shirer.php
Cooperative extension initiatives in marriage and couples education. Family Relations, 53, 433-439.
Infidelity treatment patterns: A practice-based evidence approach. American Journal of Family Therapy, 35(4), 327-341.
Stepping stones for stepfamilies. The Forum for Family and Consumer Issues, 4(3), http://ncsu.edu/ffci/publications/1999/v4-n3-1999-winter/showcase-usa.php
Stepping stones for step families. Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual National Rural Families Conference, 65-66.
Stepping stones for stepfamilies: An extension program to strengthen stepfamily living. Family Relations and Human Development/Family Economics and Resource Management Biennial, 3, 55.Farm Families Working TogetherWomen Managing the Farm
Integrating economics, management, and human relationship Issues into training for successful farm family businesses. Journal of Extension (in press).
Inheritance: A tale of two perceptions. Online Journal of Rural Research and Policy, 2006.5. http://www.ojrrp.org/issues/2006/05/index.htmlFamilies Across CulturesCommunity Education from a Family Systems Approach: Results from Short Lesson Formats
Cultural implications and guidelines for family life programming with Latino audience (submitted for journal review)
How mid-western Latinos view strong marriages. (unpublished manuscript)
Affirming diversity in a multicultural society. Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual National Rural Families Conference. 89-90.
Tools for understanding and valuing ethnic diversity. Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual National Rural Families Conference. 52.