Alisha Hardman

Alisha Hardman

Associate Professor

Family Life and Program and Staff Development

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 9745
Mississippi State, MS 39762
  • Ph.D., University of Minnesota
  • M.S., Kansas State University
  • B.S., Kansas State University

Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE)


  • Denny, M., A. M. Hardman. 2020. MSU Extension undergraduate apprenticeship program: A model for critical reflection through community-engaged research and outreach. Advances in Agricultural Development 1(1):86-96.   Download
  • Gray, V., A. M. Hardman, S. Byrd. 2020. Qualitative evaluation of drivers of eating decisions among SNAP participants in Mississippi. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior 52(8):775-787.   Download
  • Hardman, A. M., A. Braddock. 2020. Handling grief and loss. Mississippi State University Extension Information Sheet IS1796.   Download
  • Hardman, A. M., A. Braddock. 2020. Tips for taking care of yourself: Self-care practices. Mississippi State University Extension Publication P3516.   Download
  • Kimberly, C., A. M. Hardman. 2020. The effectiveness of an online sexual assault prevention program on college campuses. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice.   Download
  • Peterson, D. J., L. H. Downey, A. Hardman. 2020. Evaluation domains: An overview. Mississippi State University Extension Service Publication 3502.   Download
  • Hardman, A. M., E. H. Becher, E. McCann, K. Olson, J. Garbow, N. Rajasekar, M. S. Marczak. 2019. Theoretical and empirical foundations of divorce education: Connecting program theory and curricular content. Journal of Human Sciences and Extension 7:260-280.  Download
  • Kimberly, C., A. M. Hardman. 2019. Mississippi college students' attitudes, willingness to intervene and legal knowledge toward sexual assault. Sex Education 19(1):68-83.  Download
  • Robertson, M. N., D. Williams, H. H. Seitz, L. H. Downey, A. M. Hardman, D. R. Buys. 2019. The PROMISE Initiative: Who should give patients information on opioids? Journal of the Mississippi State Medical Association 60:30-34.
  • Settle, Q., M. Brubaker, A. M. Hardman, L. H. Downey. 2019. Mississippi resident's perceptions of Extension. Journal of Extension 57(5):5RIB6.   Download
  • Steen, J., M. N. Robertson, H. Seitz, L. Downey, A. M. Hardman, D. Buys. 2019. Addressing the opioid epidemic: Defining Cooperative Extension's role. Journal of Extension 57(6):6IAW3.   Download
  • Hardman, A. 2018. Disaster relief: Recognizing your own anger. Mississippi State University Extension Service Miscellaneous Publication 1456.  Download
  • Brubaker, M., Q. Settle, L. H. Downey, A. Hardman. 2017. The Food Factor: Perceptions of the brand. Journal of Applied Communications 101(3).  Download
  • Downey, L. H., D. J. Peterson, J. L. Donaldson, A. Hardman. 2017. An Extension application of the RE-AIM evaluation framework. Journal of Extension 55(3).  Download
  • Peterson, D. J., L. H. Downey, A. Hardman. 2017. Organizational capacity survey: Capturing Extension's current state and pinpointing areas for improvement. Journal of Extension 55(1).  Download
  • Ruhland, E., A. Hardman, E. Becher, M. Marczak. 2016. Co-parent court: A problem-solving, community-based model for serving low income unmarried co-parents. Family Court Review 54(3):336-348.  Download
  • Marczak, M. S., D. L. Galos, A. M. Hardman, E. H. Becher, E. Ruhland, K. A. Olson. 2015. Co-parent court: A problem-solving court model for supporting unmarried parents. Family Court Review 53(2): 267-278.  Download
  • Marczak, M. S., E. H. Becher, A. M. Hardman, D. L. Galos, E. Ruhland, K. A. Olson. 2015. Strengthening the role of unmarried fathers: Findings from the co-parent court project. Family Process 54(4)630-638.  Download
  • Onstad, P. A., Danes, S.M., Hardman, A.M., Olson, P.D., Marczak, M.S., Heins, R.K., Croymans, S.R., & Coffee, K.A. 2012. The road to recovery from a natural disaster: Voices from the community. Community Development, 43,5. 566-580.  Download
  • Carlson, S., Hardman, A. M., & Marczak, M. S. 2011. Reports from the field: Connecting the dots for youth development in American Indian communities: A story of the Reach for the Sky Project. Journal of American Indian Education 50(3):80-91.