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1 Linda A. Long, PhD The University of Georgia School of Social Work Athens, GA (706) EDUCATION 2002 Doctor of Philosophy, Educational Psychology, University of Georgia, Athens, GA Emphasis: School, Family, & Mental Health of Gifted Culturally Diverse Youth 1994 Master of Social Work, Social Work, University of Georgia, Athens, GA Area of Concentration: Clinical Practice with Children and Families Certificate: Marriage and Family Therapy 1992 Bachelor of Science, Educational Psychology, University of Georgia, Athens, GA Minor: Child and Family Development COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY TEACHING AND ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS Online Lecturer University of New England, School of Social Work, Portland, Maine 2010-Present. Teach online Master of Social Work students courses from accredited program curriculum courses such as Human Behavior and the Social Environment I & II and Social Work Policy Practice I & II. Other responsibilities include facilitating group discussion, mentoring students in their aspirations as aspiring social workers, connecting and referring students to the appropriate resources, and providing students guidance in resolving academic concerns. Lecturer University of Georgia, School of Social Work, Athens, Georgia 2010-Present. Teach foundation year MSW students at the University of Georgia courses in an online and traditional format. Some of the courses taught include direct practice, human behavior and the social environment, cultural diversity, and supervising graduate students in their independent studies. Other responsibilities include serving as an academic advisor to students on the Athens and Gwinnett campuses, on departmental committees, contributing to admissions committee by reviewing applications and making recommendations, and serving as a liaison for student s field or internship experiences. Temporary Assistant Professor University of Georgia, School of Social Work, Athens, Georgia 2008-Present. Teach courses and child welfare curriculum content to MSW and BSW Title IV-E students at the University of Georgia who are preparing to become workers in the Department of Family and Children s Services (DFACS) Organization. Duties also include teaching, providing academic advising and mentoring to students as well as serving as a liaison between students and their DFACS supervisors. 1

2 Online Instructor East Carolina University, College of Education, Greenville, North Carolina Teach graduate level course, Introduction to Differences in Human Learning. Course allows students to examine race, ethnicity, socio-economic class, gender, sexual preference, and exceptionality relative to historical, philosophical, social, cultural, political, and legal issues in schools. Director of BSW Program at Gwinnett University of Georgia, School of Social Work, Lawrenceville Georgia Responsible for the administration and coordination of the bachelor of Social Work Program at satellite campus at Gwinnett. Duties include organizing course schedules and student activities, addressing faculty and student concerns, providing advisement to students, and other administrative issues. Also, provide representation through service on the Leadership Committee in collaboration with faculty from other schools and departments at the University. Teach classes in the BSW and MSW program, on Athens and Lawrenceville campus, provide academic advisement, and mentoring to students in BSW social work program. Part-Time Online Instructor University of South Florida, College of Education, Tampa Florida Teach graduate level courses in Education with an emphasis on Counseling and guidance concerns and social-emotional issues of gifted children, adolescents, and adults. Provide support and advisement to graduate level students enrolled in graduate gifted education program. Temporary Assistant professor University of Georgia, School of Social Work, Lawrenceville Georgia Taught bachelor of social work (BSW) and master of social work (MSW) student s courses such as integrative Seminar I and II in Generalist Social Work Practice, foundations seminar, and Social work Communications. Provided academic advisement and mentoring to students in BSW social work program, and represent the University of Georgia School of Social work at Gwinnett through service on the Leadership Committee in collaboration with faculty from other schools and departments at the University. Instructor Athens Technical College, Athens, Georgia Teach early Child and Family Development students course Social and Psychological Development in Early Childhood (ECE 103) at Athens Technical College. Teach students through lecture, discussion, and group about psychological, emotional, social, and physical growth, and development of young children. Instructor Georgia State University, Saturday School, Atlanta, Georgia In College of Education s Saturday School, taught class to parents of gifted students on social-emotional development, testing, acceleration, and future problem solving. 2

3 Graduate Teaching Assistant University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia Taught Educational Psychology (EPSY 2020) class, Learning and Development to undergraduate and graduate students with various majors at the University of Georgia College of Education. All University of Georgia College of Education baccalaureate degree majors are required to take class. The course covered theories, ideas, and research findings about learning, and child and adolescent development, including development of motivation, with special emphasis on practical implications for school teaching and learning, and an overview of the principles of developmental, cognitive, and social psychology and their application in the classroom and other education-related fields. COURSE INSTRUCTION Bachelor of Social Work Program (Univ. of Georgia) Social Work Communications General Practice of Social Work I General Practice of Social Work II (Families and Groups) General Practice of Social Work III, (Organizations and Communities) Seminar in Social Work Practice I Practicum in Social Work I (Field Education I) Social Work with Diverse Populations Master of Social Work Program (Univ. of Georgia) Grief and Loss Cultural Diversity and Social Work Practice Foundations Seminar in Social Work School Social Work Social Work and Religions-Guest Lecture Family Dynamics Family Interventions Family Centered Practicum Theory and Practice with Organizations and Communities Advanced Policy Analysis-Guest Lecture Social Work Education Practicum (Teaching social work) Direct Practice Methods Human Behavior and the Social Environment Community Development in Foundations I Community Development in Foundations II Educational Psychology (Univ. of South Florida) Consultation, Counseling, and Guidance of Gifted Students Curriculum and Instruction (East Carolina University) Introduction to Differences in Human Learning 3

4 Child and Family Development (Athens Technical College) Psychological and Social Development in Early Childhood Educational Psychology (Univ. of Georgia) Psychology of Learning and Development EDUATIONAL PRACTICE/TEACHING EXPERIENCES Rutland Psycho-educational Services, Athens, Georgia Work with elementary and middle school students diagnosed with severe emotional and behavioral disorders in Northeast Georgia 10-county district School systems. Prepared paperwork, Coordinated and facilitated Individualized Education Plan (IEP) meetings designed to fulfill due process requirements for students with disabilities and their families. Worked in collaboration with special education directors of N. E. Georgia. Facilitated psycho-educational treatment groups with clients, assessed functioning of children, and provided individual and family counseling. Worked as Home-School-Community liaison, coordinated community services for families, and served as a treatment team member and on the screening committee. Hillsman Middle School, Athens, Georgia Taught academically gifted middle school African-American students leadership skills. Mentored students on life skills, educational goals, and gifted education resources. Provided service learning activities to students and met with parents to discuss students educational progress. PUBLICATIONS Journal Articles Hebert, T. P., Long, L. A. & Speirs Neumeister, K. L. (2001). Using biography to counsel gifted young women. The Journal of Secondary Gifted Education XII (2) Grantham, T. C. & Long, L. A. (2001). Barriers to the identification and appropriate education of gifted Black adolescents. In K. Kay & A. Sheely (Eds.), Profoundly Gifted Anthology. CO: Greenfire. Grantham, T. C. & Long, L. A. (2000). School, personal and family factors impacting underrepresentation among Black adolescents in gifted programs. Highly Gifted Children, XII (2), Long, L.A. (In Progress). Black adolescent student s perceptions of how family impact their School experiences. Submitting to Child and Family Social Work. Long, L.A. (In Progress). The self of Resilient Black Youth: Their coping mechanisms and strategies for school success. Submitting to Children and Schools. 4

5 Book Chapters Decuir-Gunby, J., Long-Mitchell, L.A., & Grant, G. (2010). The emotionality of being women professors of color in engineering: A critical race theory and critical race feminist perspective. In P. Schutz & M. Zembylas (Eds.), Advances in teacher emotion research: The Impact on Teachers Lives. New York: Pearson. Long, L.A. (2010). Black adolescent students perceptions of how teachers impact their academic achievement. In J. Garcia (Ed.), A Kaleidoscope of special populations in Education: Considerations, Connections, and Meeting the Needs of our Students: New York: Pearson. Grantham, T.C. & Long, L.A. (2007). Recommendations for Identifying and serving Black youth in gifted programs. In K. Kay, D. Robson, & J. F. Brenneman (Eds.), High IQ Kids. CO: Greenfire. Hebert, T. P., Long, L. A. & Speirs Neumeister, K. L. (2005). Using biography to counsel gifted young women. In S. Kendrick (Eds.), Girls and academic achievement. New York: Purfrock. Grantham, T.C. & Long, L. A. (2004). Schooling Black children: Issues for parents and Teachers. In S. Neuharth-Pritchett, B. D. Payne, & Judith C. Reiff (Eds.), Perspectives on elementary education: A casebook for critically analyzing issues of diversity. (pp.76-83). New York: Pearson. Hebert, T. P., Long, L. A. & Speirs Neumeister, K. L. (2005). Using biography to counsel gifted young women. In S. Kendrick (Eds.), Girls and academic achievement. New York: Purfrock. Grantham, T.C. & Long, L. A. (2004). Schooling Black children: Issues for parents and Teachers. In S. Neuharth-Pritchett, B. D. Payne, & Judith C. Reiff (Eds.), Perspectives on elementary education: A casebook for critically analyzing issues of diversity. (pp.76-83). New York: Pearson. Other Publications Long, L. A. (I 998). Strategies for addressing the social and emotional needs of gifted African- American students. Proceedings of the Georgia Association of Gifted Children Annual Meeting, Athens, Georgia. Long, L. A. (1998). Addressing the Social and Emotional Needs of Gifted African-American Students with Bibliotherapy/Guided Reading Lessons featuring Gifted Hands by Dr. Ben Carson with Cecil Murphy. Proceedings of the Georgia Association of Gifted Children Annual Meeting, Athens, Georgia. PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS Long, L.A. (November 2010). High-achieving African-African students perceptions of their teachers. Poster presentation at the Annual meeting of the National Association for Gifted Children. Atlanta, GA. Flint, Lori & Long, L.A. (November 2010). Parenting gifted children: What parents need and want to know. Poster presentation at the Annual meeting of the National Association for Gifted Children. Atlanta, GA. 5

6 Grantham T.C., Long, L. A., Flint, L., Mathews, M. (November 2005). Celebrating the Life and Achievements of Dr. Mary M. Frasier. Presentation at the annual meeting for the National Association for Gifted Children. Louisville, KY. Long, L.A. (November 2004). Successfully parenting academically talented Black students. Paper Presentation at the Annual meeting of the National Association for Gifted Children. Salt Lake City, UT. Long, L.A. (April 2001). The Role of self and family in facilitating educational transformation in African-American students. Paper Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Seattle, WA. Long, L. A. (March 2001). Using bibliotherapy to nurture the social and emotional needs of gifted and talented Black students. Presentation at the Annual meeting of the Georgia Association of Gifted Children. Atlanta, GA. Long, L.A. (November 2000). Meeting the socio-emotional needs of gifted Black students. Presentation at the Annual meeting of the National Association for Gifted Children. Atlanta, GA. Long, L.A., Frasier, M.M. & Glover, J. (November 2000). Voices" of gifted African-American Students, Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the National Association for Gifted Children. Atlanta, GA. Frasier, M.M., Coleman, L. & Long, L.A. (November 2000). Culturally diverse scholars: Getting your voice heard. Presentation at the Annual meeting of the National Association for Gifted Children. Atlanta, GA. Glover, J., Frasier, M., Long, L.A. (November 2000). Extending gifted education's invitation to African American children and adults. Presentation at the annual meeting for the National Association of Gifted Children. Atlanta, GA. Grantham T.C., Bridges, E., Long, L. A. (November 2000). Teaching Black history to motivate gifted Black youth. Presentation at the annual meeting for the National Association for Gifted Children. Atlanta, GA. Speirs-Neumeister, K., Long, L.A. & Hebert, T.P. (November 2000). Using biography to counsel gifted young women. Presentation at the annual meeting for the National Association. for Gifted Children. Atlanta, GA. Grantham, T. C., Shutz, P., Bridges, E., DeCuir, J., & Long, L. A. (April 2000). Leadership motivation among talented Black middle school students. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Multicultural Conference, College of Education Athens, GA. Long, L.A. & Grantham, T.C. (March 2000). Young, gifted and Black: Moving into the new millennium. Presentation at the twenty-second annual meeting of the Georgia Association of gifted Children, Athens, Georgia. Speirs-Neumeister, K., Long, L.A. & Hebert, T.P. (March 2000). Using biography to counsel gifted young women. Paper presented at the twenty-second annual meeting of the Georgia Association of Gifted Children, Athens, GA. 6

7 Long, L. A. & Frasier, M. (January 2000). A literary analysis of non-intellective factors and environmental influences that characterize Black women achievers. Presented at the Conference on Qualitative Research In Education, Athens, GA. Long, L. A. (October 1999). Team building. Training given at the Georgia Future Problem-Solving Program Southern Futures Conference, Tifton, GA. Long, L.A. (October 1999). Young, gifted, and Black: Moving into the new millennium. Presentation at Fulton County School System PTO, Atlanta, GA. Cramond, B., & Long, L.A. (August 1999). Creativity in the new millennium: A view through multiple lenses. Symposium Presentation at the 13th Biennial World Conference of the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children, Espanol, Turkey. Long, L.A. (April 1999). Judge for Georgia Future Problem-Solving State Bowl Annual Competition in the divisions for Team Presentation and Scenario Writing. Long, L. A. (March 1998). Strategies for addressing the social and emotional needs of gifted African-American students. Presentation at the twenty-first annual meeting of the Georgia Association of Gifted Children, Athens, GA., JOURNAL REVIEWS, CONFERENCE PROPOSAL REVIEWS, AND ACTIVITIES Co-Chair of Conference Committee, African-American Families Conference Committee, School of Social Work, The University of Georgia (2006) Conference Co-chair of Counseling and Guidance Division, National Association of Gifted and Creative Education (2006) Manuscript Reviewer, Journal of Secondary Gifted Education special issue, New Voices in Gifted and Creative Education (2005) Conference Co-chair of Counseling and Guidance Division, National Association of Gifted and Creative Education (2005) AERA Research Proposal Reviewer, American Educational Research Association (2000) GRANT African-American Success Foundation Board of Directors Special Recognition Award, Grant awarded to fund pilot study entitled An Investigation of the Ways Emotional Intelligence Influences the Academic Success of High Ability African American Students. The African-American Success foundation recognizes and supports research that identifies attitudinal and behavioral contributors to African-American academic success. 7

8 SCHOOL AND UNIVERSITY SERVICE Leadership Committee, UGA at Gwinnett, University of Georgia Administrative Committee, School of Social Work, University of Georgia Retreat Planning Committee, School of Social Work, University of Georgia Technology Committee, School of Social Work, University of Social Work African American Families Conference Committee, School of Social Work, University of Georgia Academic Planning and Evaluation Committee, School of Social work, University of Georgia CHILD WELFARE CONTRACT, CONSULTING AND CLINICAL EXPERIENCES Barrow County DFACS, Winder, Georgia Contract Clinician and Consultant Provided intensive individual and family counseling, crisis intervention, and parent education for families at risk of breaking up through the Family Preservation program. Provided consultation services, treatment recommendations, and court testimony for the Department of Family and Children Services regarding treatment issues for families in foster care. Morgan County DFACS, Monroe, Georgia Family Preservation Consultant & Contract Clinician Provided in-home, intensive counseling, crisis intervention, and court testimony on behalf of client s and families in the foster care system. Provide treatment recommendations, consultation, and court testimony for Department of Family and Children s Services foster care staff Greene County DFACS, Greensboro, Georgia Foster Care Consultant & Contract Clinician Provided in-home, intensive counseling, crisis intervention, and court testimony on behalf of client s and families in the foster care system. Provide treatment recommendations, consultation, and court testimony for Department of Family and Children s Services foster care staff. Oconee County DFACS, Watkinsville, Georgia Independent Consultant & Contract Clinician Worked as independent consultant with Department of Family and Children Services. Conducted family psychosocial assessments and provide clinical consultation and treatment recommendations for organizations clientele. Provided DFACS personnel consultation and recommendations regarding clinical treatment. 8

9 Clarke County DFACS, Athens, Georgia Family Preservation Contract Clinician Provided in-home, intensive counseling, crisis intervention, and court testimony on behalf of client s and families in the foster care system. Provide treatment recommendations, consultation, and court testimony for Department of Family and Children s Services foster care staff. Oconee County DFACS, Watkinsville, Georgia Family Preservation Contract Clinician Provided intensive individual and family counseling, crisis intervention, and parent education for families at risk of breaking up through the Family Preservation program. Provided consultation services, treatment recommendations, and court testimony for the Department of Family and Children Services regarding treatment issues for families in foster care. OTHER CLINICAL EXPERIENCES Staff Therapist, Samaritan Counseling Services, Athens, Georgia Provide counseling, support, and intervention for families, couples, individuals, adults, adolescents, and children. Market clinical skills and services in the community. Clinician, Counseling and Psychological Services, University Health Center, Athens, Georgia Provide University of Georgia students counseling, assessment, crisis intervention through walk-in, shortterm therapy, and outreach services at the university health center to address symptoms of anxiety, depression, ADHD, relationship concerns, their adjustment to college, and academic concerns. Clinician, Advantage Counseling Services, Inc. Athens, Georgia Provide intensive counseling and crisis intervention for clients and families in the foster care system. Provide treatment recommendations and consultation for Department of Family and Children s Services foster care staff. Clinician/Clinical Consultant, Pathfinders Counseling Service, Hartwell, Georgia Provide counseling, support, assessment, and treatment recommendations for families and individuals referred by the Department of Family and Children Services. Assist Department and Family and Children s Services case managers by providing consultation and recommendations for case direction, clinical, and treatment recommendations. Psychotherapist, Positive Outcomes Psychological Services, Athens, Georgia Provide counseling, diagnosis, and treatment services for individuals referred for treatment by state agencies such as the Department of Family and Children Services and the Department of Rehabilitation Services. Provide treatment recommendations and consultation for agencies regarding clients. 9

10 Clinician, Family Counseling Service, Inc., Athens, Georgia Provide individual and family counseling and parent education for families at risk of breaking up through the Family Preservation program. Provide consultation services and recommendations for the Department of Family and Children Services regarding treatment issues for families. Child /Adolescent Therapist, Northeast Georgia Mental Health, Athens, Georgia Provided diagnosis, evaluation, treatment, and on- going psychotherapy for children and adolescents with mental health issues. Coordinated treatment and crisis management for clients with psychotic, mood, anxiety, impulse control, and adjustment disorders. Maintained case notes for clients with multi-axial diagnosis, provided medication monitoring, consultation, and treatment recommendations concerning clients. Co-facilitated parenting support group, provided parenting education, and family counseling. Provided case presentations and consultations for staff psychiatrist. Clinician, Family Counseling Service, Inc., Athens, Georgia Provided marital, family, and individual therapy for clients. Counseled children, adults, college age students regarding emotional, physical, and sexual abuse issues. Implemented interventions for children with school related problems, and provided strategies for women with self-esteem and assertiveness issues. Provided emotional support for clients with medical concerns and coping mechanisms for individuals dealing with bereavement/grief issues. Other areas of work included stress management, communication skills, and treating depression Clinician/Medical Social Worker, Family Counseling Service, Inc., Athens, Georgia In connection with Athens Neighborhood Health Center, provided counseling, diagnosis, and treatment for individuals with psychosomatic, psychological, and emotional issues related to their physical symptoms or medical diagnosis. Clinician Associate, Arborside Brief Therapy Associates, Athens, Georgia Implemented treatment interventions for children with behavioral problems. Provided counseling, support, and empowerment for families of children with cognitive and physical disabilities. Assisted individuals making career adjustments in strategic planning and support. Provided on-going psychotherapy for families, couples, and individuals with relationship difficulties. Specifically focused on providing treatment and counseling for college and graduate students adjusting to their academic environments and social challenges. Contributed to counseling practice by assisting in the development of marketing strategies and in promoting practice's therapeutic services. School Social Worker, Rutland Psycho-educational Services, Athens, Georgia Provided crisis intervention for children diagnosed with severe emotional and behavioral disorders in Northeast Georgia 10-county district. Facilitated psycho-educational treatment groups with clients, assessed functioning of children, and provided individual and family counseling. Worked as Home-School- Community liaison, coordinated community services for families, served as a treatment team member and on the screening committee, and prepared paperwork for Individualized Education Plan meetings. Coordinated and facilitated meetings designed to fulfill due process requirements for students with disabilities and families. Worked in collaboration with special education directors of N. E. Georgia School systems and supervised masters and bachelor level interns. 10

11 Crisis Counselor, Sexual Assault Center, Athens, Georgia Provided short-term counseling and Crisis intervention for sexual assault survivors and families, provided support for individuals in exploring options, and disseminated referral information. Specifically worked with college students and adolescents who had experienced sexual assault in campus environment. College Crisis Counselor, University of Georgia Help Line, Athens, Georgia Provided crisis counseling, support, and crisis intervention through a telephone crisis line for college students on the UGA campus. Went through crisis intervention training program to prepare for work on crisis telephone line. COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION AND SOCIAL POLICY WORK EXPERIENCES Co-Owner, Calhoun and Long Consulting Services, Inc., Athens, GA. Provide consultation services on community, planning, and clinical services. Board of Directors & Community Consultant, Pathfinders Counseling Service, Inc., Hartwell, GA. Providing consultation for planning and policy decisions concerning community services for children and families. Co-Developer/Co-Founder, Pathfinders Counseling Service, Inc., Hartwell, GA. Contributed to establishment of services that address the needs of families and children in the community. Graduate Research Assistant, Athens Tutorial Program, Athens, GA. Investigated volunteer services of organization and conducted program evaluation and research analysis on program services. I recruited volunteers for organization from the community and local area. Negotiated partnerships between Athens Tutorial Program and The University of Georgia community. Coordinated volunteer schedules with tutorial sites and organized recruitment fair activities and provided training and orientation for tutors. Mental Health Committee Representative, Children s Health and Child Guidance, NE Georgia Mental Health, Athens, GA. Provided committee consultation on mental health issues and policies concerning services for children, families, and adults. Planning and Committee Member, Children s Health and Child Guidance, Family Counseling Service, Inc., Athens, GA. Contributed to committee by providing consultation on establishing services and programs, and providing information for individuals and groups in the community about services for children with disabilities and their families. Co-Developer/Co-Founder, Donaldson & Associates, Athens, GA. Contributed to planning and development of services for organization in response to community needs of children and families. 11

12 SUPERVISION AND TRAINING EXPERIENCES Faculty Course Leader, University of Georgia School of Social Work, Athens, Georgia 2005-Present. Lead and mentor doctoral students in teaching course material to BSW students in school of social work program. Team Instructor/Researcher, Hillsman Middle School, Athens, Georgia In the Department of Educational Psychology, taught academically gifted middle school African-American students leadership skills. Center-based School Social Worker, Rutland Psycho-educational Services, Athens, GA Supervised bachelors and masters level interns and student teachers. RESEARCH EXPERIENCES Graduate School Doctoral Research Assistant, University of Georgia Awarded by the University of Georgia's Graduate School in University wide competition to assist recipient in completion of dissertation research requirements, to enable recipient to devote time to work on doctoral study research, and to further the departments' research objectives. Departmental Graduate Research Assistant, University of Georgia In the Department of Educational Psychology, assisted Dr. Mary Frasier, Professor and Coordinator of the University of Georgia Gifted and Creative Education Certification Program and Founder of the Torrance Center of Creative Studies on research projects pertaining to minority populations, Black females, educators' perceptions of minority populations, and identification of minority students for gifted programs. Departmental Graduate Research Assistant, University of Georgia Assisted Dr. Tarek Grantham, Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Psychology on research projects pertaining to gifted African-American students, leadership development, mentoring Black students, and instrument development. Graduate Research Assistant, University of Georgia Assisted Dr. E. Paul Torrance, Founder of the University of Georgia Gifted Creative Education Program, Dr. Bonnie Cramond, Professor and Graduate Coordinator in the Department of Educational Psychology, and Dr. Nita Mathews-Morgan, Director of the Torrance Center of Creative Studies on study entitled The Forty Year Follow-up on the Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking. Contributed to project by conducting data analysis and coding data in areas such as mentoring, gender differences, and creativity in females. Research was presented at Symposium at the 13th Biennial World conference of the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children. 12

13 Graduate Research Assistant, University of Georgia Worked on research team that investigated the use of biographical literature in addressing the socialemotional needs of academically talented girls (K-12). Contributed to research project by researching relevant research articles, and biographical literature, and participated in the write-up process for publication. Graduate Research Assistant, University of Georgia, Assisted Dr. Thomas P. Hebert, Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Psychology m research project on African-American males who are students at predominantly White Universities. Contributed to research by analyzing, coding and categorizing data specifically pertaining to characteristics of participants and research themes. Graduate Research Assistant, University of Georgia In the Institute of African-American Studies, assisted Dr. R. Baxter- Miller, Director of program, and Editor of the Langston Hughes Review on research projects pertaining to the study of African- American culture, education, literature, social and economic patterns and trends of African-American life. Critically proof read, reviewed and analyzed journal articles in preparation for publication in the Langston Hughes Review. Graduate Research Assistant, University of Georgia Institute on Human Development and Disabilities. In the Institute on Human Development and Disabilities, assisted professors on qualitative research studies regarding African-American families, parenting, culture and values. Contributed to early intervention projects and program development. Collaborated with community agencies, and assisted in the development and marketing of programs for individuals with disabilities within the community. Graduate Research Assistant, University of Georgia Assisted professor and department program coordinator, Dr. Mary Frasier of the Department of Educational Psychology and Dr. Rosemary Phelps, professor in the Department of Counseling and Human Development in investigating the counseling, technology, and creative skills that minority and economically disadvantaged parents utilize in helping their children learn. Assisted researchers in creating interventions, instrument development, researching relevant articles for study, and analyzing findings of research study. Graduate Research Assistant, University of Georgia Assisted Director of the Athens Tutorial Program in investigating volunteer services of organization. Recruited and interviewed volunteers for organization from the University of Georgia community and local area. Negotiated partnerships between Athens Tutorial Program and The University of Georgia community. Coordinated volunteer schedules with tutorial sites and organized recruitment fair activities and provided training and orientation for tutors. Conducted program evaluation and research analysis on program services. Graduate Research Assistant, University of Georgia, School of Social Work In the School of Social Work, assisted professors on research projects on Juvenile Delinquency, and social development of peer groups. Researched relevant literature and articles, coded and organized data for research projects. Recruited advisory board members for the Youth Empowerment Systems organization. Coordinated and organized materials for organizations board meetings. Research Assistant, University of Georgia Assisted researcher, Dr. Leslie Munson in School Psychology Program on dissertation research project investigating Minority and underprivileged children s achievement motivation and school experiences. Contributed to research project by researching and locating relevant research articles for study. 13

14 INTERNSHIP AND PRACTICUM EXPERIENCES Intern Therapist, Family Counseling Service, Athens, Georgia Counseled families, couples, and individuals utilizing brief and long-term interventions. Worked with child victims of abuse through the Victims Assistance Program and implemented behavior management strategies for children, provided recommendations for parents and school personnel on strategies for management of behavior of children. Participated in individual and group clinical supervision sessions Bi-weekly. Intern, McPhaul Marriage and Family Therapy Clinic, University of Georgia Interviewed clients for initial intake who presented at clinic for marital, family, and individual counseling. Assigned therapists to referrals, scored clinical assessments, disseminated follow-up mailings, observed sessions and supervision, and updated clinical paperwork as needed. Practicum in Counseling Profession, University of Georgia Designed and created study of counseling profession by researching field through interviewing professionals in numerous areas of counseling, read literature on each area, prepared and organized questionnaires for interviews, visited professionals in their work settings, inquired about educational preparation, theoretical perspectives, professional experiences, and utilized information compiled from study to assist in goalsetting. Interviewed professionals in areas of marital and family counseling, mental health counseling, school counseling, counseling psychology, higher education counseling, clinical social work, and those who work in community, clinical, private, educational, and academic settings. AWARDS AND ACADEMIC HONORS Outstanding Faculty and Teaching Award at UGA, University of Georgia Award given by the University of Georgia Student Government Association for outstanding and excellence in teaching and service to students who nominated faculty for award. Faculty across university are honored at awards ceremony and banquet. Trio Achiever Southeastern Association of Education Opportunity Program Personnel Award, Award given based on academic scholarship and professional achievement. Graduate School Finishing Doctoral Research Assistantship, University of Georgia Stipend funding support awarded by the University of Georgia s Graduate school in University-wide competition to assist in completion of doctoral research requirements and to aid recipient in time to devote to completion o doctoral study research. Dell Jones Memorial Scholarship, University of Georgia, College of Education Full scholarship awarded in College wide competition in the College of Education based on excellent academic record and promise of leadership shown in field. Institute of Behavioral Research Contextual Research Group Graduate Student Fellow, UGA A fellowship awarded on the basis of scholarship and research promise shown in the areas of motivation and cognition as influenced by different contextual settings. The award entails participation in the University of Georgia s Contextual Research Group and Institute of Behavioral Research Group seminars as well as funding to support a conference presentation. 14

15 African-American Success Foundation Board of Directors Special Recognition Award, A fellowship and grant awarded on the basis of outstanding scholarship, research goals, and to fund pilot study entitled An Investigation of the Ways Emotional Intelligence Influences the Academic Success of High Ability African American Students. This foundation recognizes and supports research that identifies attitudinal and behavioral contributors to African-American academic success. University of Georgia College of Education Scholarship, University of Georgia College wide competition based on outstanding scholarship in education. Kappa Delta PI Honor Society, University of Georgia. National Honor Society in Education based on outstanding academic performance in education field. Kappa Delta Epsilon Honor Society, University of Georgia. College of Education Academic Honor Society based on excellent academic record. Pi Lambda Theta Honor Society, University of Georgia. International Honor Society and Professional Association in Education based on academic excellence, leadership skills, and intellectual values shown in the field of education. Georgia Association of Marriage and Family Therapy Fellowship, Statewide award for outstanding scholarship and promise shown in field. Herbert Lehman Academic Scholarship, , University of Georgia. Full tuition scholarship award based on excellent academic performance. National Dean's List. National award for outstanding academic scholarship. Dean's List, University of Georgia. University wide recognition for outstanding academic record. PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS National Association of Social Workers Georgia Association of Social Workers Association of Black Social Workers Georgia Association of Marriage and Family Therapy Association of Black Psychologists American Educational Research Association National Association of Gifted Children 15

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