This is the inaugural edition of an

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "This is the inaugural edition of an"

Transcription

1 Students, alumni and friends This is the inaugural edition of an online newsletter. We hope to provide more frequent updates via this medium. You will see that the department is dynamic with many new initiatives and accomplishments of faculty and students to share. In addition to their rigorous curriculum, our students are involved in domestic immersion experiences and international research. Our graduates are in demand, finding employment in a variety of settings and gaining admission to master s programs. Our faculty members are presenting at national conferences and publishing their research. And, importantly, we continue to receive support both in time and money from our alumni and friends. Donations through the Social Work Advancement Fund of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Foundation help us maintain our position as a premier baccalaureate program in the Midwest. Please know that we value your interest in and support for our program. We will continue to make you proud of your association with UW- Eau Claire. Vanda Galen, Chair MSW PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT Social Work s Part-time MSW Program graduates first cohort of students in August The first cohort of students has graduated from the University of Wisconsin Madison School of Social Work s Part-time MSW Program offered on the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire campus. Eleven alumnae were among the 16 graduates who received their MSWs in August through the University of Wisconsin-Madison program on the UW-Eau Claire campus: Alisha Phillippi, Julia Wippler, Brooke Hartman, Lindsay Krueger, Lauren Krukowski, Brianna Schieve, Cammi Catt-Dewyre, Maria Pawlik, Elizabeth Moua, Krista Adler, and Amy Pfaff. Four additional UW-Eau Claire BSW alumni graduated from the Part-time MSW program offered on the Madison campus. They are: Nicole Linsmeier, Kyle Kahler, Shanda Miracle, and Jessica Wilson. Congratulations to all! As the Part-time MSW Program begins its third year, the Mental Health concentration has been added. Incoming students now have the option of selecting between the Child, Youth and Family Welfare concentration or the Mental Health concentration. The courses continue to be offered on Saturdays. Some adjustments in the timing of courses have created the opportunity for longer summer breaks which should be a helpful modification for students. The partnership between the Department of Social Work at UW-Eau Claire and the School of Social Work at the University of Wisconsin Madison continues to be very strong and has resulted in meeting a long standing need for master level social work education in the northwest region of Wisconsin. Applications for fall 2012 admission to the Part-time MSW program are available at the University of Wisconsin Madison School of Social Work web site parttime. Gloria Fennell is the Codirector of the Part-time MSW program on the Eau Claire campus. If you have questions, she can be reached at Her office is HSS 180. Aging Careers Highlighted Spring 2006 FALL 2011 Field Director Jack Wagenknecht, Instructor Sara Niles, and internship student, Ann West, received one of ten national grants from the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education to promote social work during Careers in Aging Week in April. The need for professionals to work with elders is increasing. The Graying of America is a reality. The U.S. population is aging, with those over 65 outnumbering teen-agers. One in every eight, or 12.9 per cent of the population is an older American; by 2030, one in five Americans will be a senior citizen. The older population itself is increasingly older. In 2008, the age group (20.8 million) was 9.5 times larger than in In contrast, the group (13.1 million) was 17 times larger and the 85+ group (5.6 million) was 46 times larger. The aging of the population brings many opportunities for social workers to work with seniors and caregivers in a variety of settings. UW-Eau Claire social work alumni are stepping up to the challenges of working in the field of aging and have helped to attract new social workers into the field. Mike McElwee ( 97) has spoken with social work classes about his work with aging veterans. Elizabeth Moua (2007), who works with elders and their families in a hospital setting, shared her experiences with the Aging and the Aged class. Among the graduates who helped with the Careers in Aging week were Katie Harris ( 99) from Sacred Heart Hospital, Sherry Kluge ( 83) from Dove Health Care, and Aggie Wottreng (2010) from Augusta Care Center. A very incomplete list of those working in the aging field includes: Kris Modl ( 87), Megan Annis (2010), and Elizabeth Arcand (2009), at Dove Health Care; Alissa Trebil, (2010) at Sholom Home West; Gina Sensig (2010) at Fairview Nursing Home, and Bonnie Basket-Harvey ( 98) at Northwest Supportive Homecare.

2 Appalachian Immersion The BluGold Commitment sponsored ten students accompanied by Dr. Galen and Instructor Sarah Niles for an 11 day immersion experience in the coalfields of eastern Kentucky and southwest Virginia. The immersion focused on the social work history of the area, the Appalachian culture, and the conflicts arising in an economy based on extraction of coal. Students visited rural settlement programs which have served the region for over 100 years. They learned about the Appalachian culture through tours of the Loyal Jones Appalachian Center in Berea, Kentucky and through lectures from Dr. Jones and center director, Dr. Chad Berry. Several speakers at Appalshop, a media development center in Whitesburg, Kentucky spoke about the music of the area, STATUE OF MARY BRECKINRIDGE, Frontier Nursing Service, Hyden, KY Kneeling: Jess Tomsen, Sarah Peterlik. Standing: Alyssa Knoll, Fran Jordahl, Amy Pederson, Suzette Hanson Jackson, Heather Wroten, Jessica Aguliar. Instructor: Sarah Niles, Taylor Lawson, Professor Vanda Galen, Yia Lor South Africa Internship Continues Funding has been secured to continue the South Africa internship program developed by Dr. Smiar. Jeff Wright has taken over direction of the program which currently has internship sites in Durban and King Williams Town. A Cape Town program may be added, permitting six students to have an internship opportunity each fall. Jeff reports, I m excited for the four interns that started this fall, but not nearly as excited as they are. I d also like to invite any of our alums who did their internships in South Africa to contact me via . I m hoping to conduct some research in the future around the impact of cultural immersions on future social work practice, so we would love to hear from you. My is: issues with reproductive freedom, and the proliferation of federal prisons in the mountains. Students stayed in the coal company towns of Benham and Lynch, Kentucky where they learned about community activism to limit mountain top removal to extract coal and met the Petticoat Mafia, a group of older women who took over city government to improve community services. Visits were made to an elementary school, a long term care facility, and a sheltered workshop. A day was spent at The Gathering in the Gap in Big Stone Gap, Virginia enjoying the music and crafts of the area, where some students learned flatfoot dancing. Deborah Thompson, Director of Country Dance at Berea College, accompanied students for five days of the trip and provided music and singing for the group in the evening. Students participate in International Research Project Dr. Leah Olson-McBride, Assistant Professor of Social Work at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, directed five students in an international research project in the Eastern Cape region of South Africa. The project focused on burnout and compassion fatigue among professional caregivers who provide services for children orphaned by the HIV/AIDS pandemic. The student researchers, all senior social work majors, were Brianna Niemi, Pulaski, WI; Andrea Krunnfusz, Baraboo, WI; Honey Moua, Eau Claire, WI; Kyrie Smith, Ashland, WI, and Emily Girard, Red Wing, Minnesota. The research team left on August 8 for a three-week stay in South Africa. Their project was funded by the International Fellows program which is supported by the BluGold Commitment to expand student learning opportunities. The Social Work Department at UW- Eau Claire has a long term relationship with social service agencies in South Africa. For the past 11 years, social work students have been able to complete their senior internship at child care agencies in King Williams Town and Durban, South Africa. Diversity Initiatives In late spring, instructors Jack Wagenknecht and Sarah Niles visited with service providers in the Family Resource Center on the Lac Du Flambeau reservation in northern Wisconsin. Alumna, Kristin Allen (2010), Supervisor of the Lac Du Flambeau Social Services Department facilitated connections to explore a social work field internship site on the reservation. Instructor Niles also made visits to the Bad River Reservation in Ashland WI, where she is an enrolled member to meet with 45 Native American youth, from the ages of 14-17, in their Summer Youth Program. The purpose of this visit was to introduce the University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire, and the social work program. Instructor Niles distributed the UW-Eau Claire College Handbook, and information on pre-college camps for high school students interested in visiting UW-Eau Claire. Also, on August 5th, Instructor Sarah Niles met with Child Protection Supervisor, Esone Corbine, at the Bad River Social Service Department on the reservation to develop an additional social work internship site. Instructor Ka Vang, in collaboration with social work students Honey Moua and Alethia Moua created a prezi interactive PowerPoint on social work which they presented to Upward Bound students at UW-Eau Claire. Instructor Vang also made presentations to students of color at Chippewa Valley Technical College, UW-Barron County, and Century College and Inver Hills College in Minnesota. Ms. Vang has received a BluGold grant to do collaborative research with students in Fresno, California during the winterim term. Lobby Day Forty-six students attended NASW Lobby Day at the Capitol. After morning workshops on issues identified by NASW members and techniques forlobbying, students met with their legislators to advocate for social welfare and education programs. Jeni Frazer (2011) served as a social work intern at NASW and had major responsibilities for the success of Lobby Day.

3 Retiring faculty member receives award Dr. Gloria Fennell was honored by the College of Education and Human Sciences with the Oliphant award, presented each year to a faculty member who clearly exemplifies the vision and mission of the university, the college, and the department; works successfully with others; maintains high standards, and provides leadership. Dr. Fennell retired in June, 2011, after 13 years with the Department of Social Work. Dr. Fennell taught across the curriculum, served as Department Chair, and was instrumental in implementing the partnership with the University of Wisconsin-Madison which brought the part time MSW program to the Eau Claire campus. Dr. Fennell has exceptional skills in clinical social work which informed the Social Work with Individuals course she taught for many years. Alumni surveys often mention Dr. Fennell s practice course as the most valuable experience in the social work program. Dr. Fennell s outstanding work was recognized throughout her career. She received a University Excellence award for advising and was honored as an exceptional advisor to nontraditional students. She developed domestic immersion and field trip opportunities to expose students to other cultures including reservations in Wisconsin and South Dakota, homeless shelters in Washington, D.C., magnet schools in the Twin Cities, and Louisiana Cajun country. She also facilitated international experiences for students in England and Scotland. Dr. Fennell was honored by students and faculty at the second annual Evening of Excellence in the spring. Greetings, I was originally going to write a letter announcing my retirement from the Department of Social Work. I did retire but I have recently returned to continue my previous work with the Part-time MSW Program on a part-time basis. So as often happens in the Department of Social Work, I am retired but not really. As I end my teaching career in the BSW program, I feel so very grateful for the many students who shared the journey with me. It has truly been an honor to get to know so many students and to watch your journey from student to professional social worker. It is a particular privilege to have worked with former students who are now field supervisors, regular guest lecturers and instructors in the MSW Program. I feel very fortunate to have had a career that allowed me to grow and learn every day and to always be surrounded by energetic and passionate students and faculty and staff. As the faculty and staff of the Department of Social Work have changed over the years there has always been a constant commitment to students and to the social work profession. I have been honored to be a part of the Department of Social Work and to have been able to work with some amazing social work educators. Thank you! Gloria Fennell Department welcomes new professor Dr. Otrude Moyo joins the faculty as Associate Professor this fall. Her areas of specialization are social policy and social welfare. Dr. Moyo holds a doctorate from Brandeis University, has an MSW from Southern Illinois University, and completed her BSW at the University of Zimbabwe. She comes to Eau Claire from the University of Southern Maine. Dr. Moyo has extensive experience teaching social policy, diversity and multicultural courses. She has published in many national and international journals. Her book, Trampled No More: Voices from Bulaway s Township about Families, Life, Survival and Social Change in Zimbabwe was published by the University Press of America. Dr. Lisa Quinn-Lee presented her research on school social work with grieving children at several conferences, including one in Florida and two in Minnesota. She has a collaborative research study underway on death anxiety and burnout among hospice social workers. Along with four other faculty members and five student leaders, Professor Don Mowry presented a featured session on Clear Vision-Eau Claire at the American Democracy Project meeting in Orlando, FL. UW-Eau Claire is one of the original members of the Civic Agency Initiative which seeks to embed citizenship preparation as part of the undergraduate experience. Professor Emeritus still actively involved in social work issues Professor Emeritus Dr. Nick Smiar, as would be expected, remains actively involved with local, state, national, and international activities. At the local level, he is a member of the Eau Claire County Board and also serves on the Human Services Board, the board of Western Dairyland CAA, and the newly formed Woodlands Expanded Health Services Commission. In the private sector, he is President of the Board of Bolton Refuge House, board member of Anu Family Services, and member of the Advisory Board for Catholic Charities of the Diocese of La Crosse. At the state level, he is now President-elect of the NASW Wisconsin Chapter and a member of the Professional Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Social Work Examining Board (licensing and certification) for the state. At the international level, he remains involved in Germany and South Africa. He recently returned from three weeks in South Africa where he presented workshops at a biennial conference and met with social work and international education faculty at Stellenbosch University. In October, he presents two workshops at an international conference in Prague and does a seven-day workshop in Innsbruck, Austria. He says that he is busier now than when he was on our faculty. In the Fall, he will be working on public relations for the department. He is looking for current addresses for our alumni. If we do not have your , please send it to him at

4 Second Annual Evening of Excellence recognizes students accomplishments Rachel Fleming and Donna Bonicatto were recognized as Social Welfare Scholars for their outstanding policy papers. Collaborative Research with the Hmong Community in the area Research conducted by four social work students received special recognition at the UW-Eau Claire Provost s Honors Symposium for Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity. The students partnered with the Eau Claire Area Hmong Mutual Assistance Association to develop and implement culturally appropriate research protocols to collect data regarding the social service needs of the Hmong community in the Eau Mai Nhia Vue, Alethia Moua, Honey Moua, Kyrie Smith Claire area. The goal was to provide the Mutual Assistance Association with information to aid in the development of community-based programming focused on meeting the changing needs of Hmong individuals in the greater Eau Claire area. The project was directed by Dr. Leah Olson-McBride and Ka Vang. Social Work Grads in Demand Forty-one students graduated with their BSWs in the spring; several had employment offers in hand. Other members of their cohort have now entered the professional world. Their placements show the continued demand for social work and the great range for professional positions. Graduates are working in county human service agencies in a variety of roles, with the Department of Corrections, and with private service organizations like Phoenix Alternatives, Children s Service Society, and Marriage and Family Health Services. A range of populations and groups are being served by our graduates: children, persons with disabilities, elders, persons of low income, and persons experiencing homelessness. Other graduates are gaining experience through the AmeriCorps program, while many are entering graduate school. While the upper Midwest is the primary region for employment, the geographic placement of this class of graduates extends to Washington State and Australia.

5 Katriya Giombi Heather Wroten Emily Veto Loretta Wilson Tia Oestreich Aimee Rinnman Scholarships Awarded to Students Eight BSW students received scholarships funded through donations to the Social Work Advancement Fund or the UW-Eau Claire Foundation: Katriya Giombi and Emily Veto received the Leonard Gibbs Scientific Reasoning award; Tia Oestreich, Heather Wroten, Loretta Wilson, Aimee Rinnman, Jessi McIntosh and Honey Moua received scholarships endowed by donors. Kyrie Smith received an award from Phi Alpha, social work honorary. Shanda Baseman and Katie Caldwell received scholarships from the Wisconsin Nursing Home Social Workers Association. Amanda Williams received a scholarship from the Head Start Policy Council and Jessica Krause received the George T. Piercy scholarship, awarded competitively to high GPA students across the university. Jessi McIntosh Honey Moua Kyrie Smith Shanda Baseman Katie Caldwell Amanda Williams Jessica Krause Support the Social Work Advancement Fund Our Social Work Advancement Fund is the largest and primary fund of the department. It is used to support a wide range of activities in the Department including student travel to national meetings, special research and instructional equipment, faculty recruitment, and the seminar program. If you choose, your gift can also be applied in part or total to individual scholarship award funds. Undesignated funds will be credited to the Social Work Advancement Fund. Some of the scholarships available to choose from are: Elwood & Virgelee LeDue, Hanke Family, Madeleine Lieffring, Leonard Gibbs-Scientific Reasoning, Julie Guite Social Work, and the Jean Klein Memorial scholarship. Your gift will enable the department to continue to build upon its reputation for excellence and to provide future generations the same quality education you received. If you would like to donate, please send your donation to: UW-Eau Claire Foundation, Inc. 214 Schofield Hall 105 Garfield Avenue Eau Claire, WI To donate online go to: Department of Social Work DIRECTORY Vanda Galen, Professor and Chair Darlene Schorbahn, Academic Department Associate Donald Mowry, Professor Otrude Moyo, Associate Professor Sarah Niles, Clinical Instructor Leah Olson-McBride, Assistant Professor Lisa Quinn-Lee, Assistant Professor Ka Vang, Clinical Instructor Jack Wagenknecht, Clinical Instructor Jeffrey Wright, Clinical Instructor Gloria Fennell, Co-Director, MSW Program

CURRICULUM VITAE: Cora S. Jackson. Degree information Admitted as Doctorate of Social Work Degree Candidate Tulane University, LA July 2015

CURRICULUM VITAE: Cora S. Jackson. Degree information Admitted as Doctorate of Social Work Degree Candidate Tulane University, LA July 2015 CURRICULUM VITAE: Cora S. Jackson Degree information Admitted as Doctorate of Social Work Degree Candidate Tulane University, LA July 2015 Master of Social Work Mississippi Valley State University, Itta

More information

MSW. social work. working professionals. Master of. for. school / Social Work faculty / Arts & Social Sciences

MSW. social work. working professionals. Master of. for. school / Social Work faculty / Arts & Social Sciences school / Social Work faculty / Arts & Social Sciences Contact us telephone / 519-256-3113, ext. 21 (local) 1-866-419-0685, ext. 21 (toll free from Canada) e-mail / cepe@uwindsor.ca online / www.uwindsor.ca/msw

More information

school / Social Work faculty / Arts & Social Sciences MSW Master of social work working professionals for

school / Social Work faculty / Arts & Social Sciences MSW Master of social work working professionals for school / Social Work faculty / Arts & Social Sciences MSW for working professionals WELCOME On behalf of the University of Windsor and the School of Social Work, I would like to encourage you to consider

More information

School Psychology Newsletter

School Psychology Newsletter School Psychology Newsletter In This Interns: Where are they now? Fall 2011 Issue: JMU Interns: page 1-2 Mindfulness Workshop: page 3 Teambuilding experience: page 3 Ed McKee Retires: page 3 O. Ashton

More information

School of Accounting Florida International University Strategic Plan 2012-2017

School of Accounting Florida International University Strategic Plan 2012-2017 School of Accounting Florida International University Strategic Plan 2012-2017 As Florida International University implements its Worlds Ahead strategic plan, the School of Accounting (SOA) will pursue

More information

WORK EXPERIENCE PILOT, LLC

WORK EXPERIENCE PILOT, LLC JANET K. BERRY jberry.fsu@gmail.com EDUCATION FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY, Tallahassee, Florida MASTER of SOCIAL WORK Certification in Early Childhood UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA, Tampa, Florida BACHELOR

More information

The Final Assessment of A Framework to Foster Diversity at Penn State: 1998-2003. The Smeal College of Business Administration

The Final Assessment of A Framework to Foster Diversity at Penn State: 1998-2003. The Smeal College of Business Administration The Final Assessment of A Framework to Foster Diversity at Penn State: 1998-2003 The Smeal College of Business Administration A Framework to Foster Diversity at Penn State: 1998-2003 The Smeal College

More information

PhD Program in Social Welfare

PhD Program in Social Welfare Fall 2014 Newsletter PhD Program in Social Welfare UW-Madison School of Social Work Faculty Updates Maria Cancian was nominated by President Obama to be Assistant Secretary for Children and Families in

More information

Nancy Kusmaul, PhD, LMSW

Nancy Kusmaul, PhD, LMSW Nancy Kusmaul, PhD, LMSW University Address Baccalaureate Social Work Program University of Maryland, Baltimore County 1000 Hilltop Circle Baltimore, MD 21250 (410) 455-1144 Education PhD, University at

More information

LEONARD BRIGHT, PH.D.

LEONARD BRIGHT, PH.D. LEONARD BRIGHT, PH.D. CONTACT INFORMATION Leonard Bright Ph.D. Email: lbright@tamu.edu Phone: 979-862-3028 EDUCATIONAL HISTORY Graduate Degrees Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Public Administration and

More information

PEGGY MORTON, DSW, LCSW. Silver School of Social Work, New York University,

PEGGY MORTON, DSW, LCSW. Silver School of Social Work, New York University, PEGGY MORTON, DSW, LCSW Silver School of Social Work, New York University 1 Washington Square North, Room 306 New York, NY 10003 (212) 998-5916 peggy.morton@nyu.edu EDUCATION 1996 Hunter College School

More information

EDUCATION: LICENSURE: ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE:

EDUCATION: LICENSURE: ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE: Curriculum Vitae Cara Gilbert Speer 3606 97 th Street Lubbock, Texas 79423 (806) 239-0733 (cell) EDUCATION: 1975 Bachelor of Science Abilene Christian University Summa Cum Laude Social Work/Sociology 1977

More information

SOCIAL WORK What can I do with this major?

SOCIAL WORK What can I do with this major? SOCIAL WORK What can I do with this major? PUBLIC WELFARE Administration and Planning Program Evaluation SCHOOL SOCIAL WORK Pupil Personnel Services Student Instruction Assessment Referral Public welfare

More information

There are no other programs within the college or university that are similar.

There are no other programs within the college or university that are similar. 1. Centrality to University s Mission The Curriculum Specialist Program offers students Master of Arts (MA) degrees. The degree is in compliance with the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) requirements

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE MOISES DIAZ

CURRICULUM VITAE MOISES DIAZ CURRICULUM VITAE MOISES DIAZ Utah State University Social Work Program Department of Sociology, Social Work & Anthropology Logan, Utah 84322-0730 (435) 797-8258 Education: Eastern Washington University

More information

JANET K. BERRY. (850) 644-3497 jberry@fsu.edu EDUCATION WORK EXPERIENCE

JANET K. BERRY. (850) 644-3497 jberry@fsu.edu EDUCATION WORK EXPERIENCE JANET K. BERRY (850) 644-3497 jberry@fsu.edu EDUCATION FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY, Tallahassee, Florida MASTER of SOCIAL WORK Certification in Early Childhood UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA, Tampa, Florida

More information

2015 Media Planning Handbook

2015 Media Planning Handbook 2015 Media Planning Handbook Promoting the U.S. Professors of the Year Award www.usprofessorsoftheyear.org 2015 U.S. PROFESSORS OF THE YEAR MEDIA PLANNING HANDBOOK 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS Capitalizing on Award

More information

STATE OF OREGON OFFICE OF MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES CLACKAMAS COUNTY COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER. SISTERS OF PROVIDENCE HOSPITALS St.

STATE OF OREGON OFFICE OF MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES CLACKAMAS COUNTY COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER. SISTERS OF PROVIDENCE HOSPITALS St. CURRICULUM VITAE NAME OF FACULTY MEMBER Michael Taylor Position Title Assistant Professor DEGREE INFORMATION DEGREE INSTITUTION GRANTING DEGREE MAJOR DATE AWARDED B. A. University of California at Los

More information

DARRON D. GARNER, PHD; LCSW Phone: 936-261 1670 E-mail: ddgarner@pvamu.edu

DARRON D. GARNER, PHD; LCSW Phone: 936-261 1670 E-mail: ddgarner@pvamu.edu DARRON D. GARNER, PHD; LCSW Phone: 936-261 1670 E-mail: ddgarner@pvamu.edu SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE Ten years of experience as the sole independent practitioner of a behavioral health practice in Houston

More information

DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCES AND ARTS

DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCES AND ARTS DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCES AND ARTS EXECUTIVE SEARCH PROFILE S an José State University invites nominations and applications for an outstanding and innovative academic leader for Dean of the

More information

Bachelor of Social Work

Bachelor of Social Work Indiana University School of Social Work PRAC Annual Report 2005-2006 Academic Introduction The Indiana University School of Social Work was founded in 1911. It currently offers social work education at

More information

POSITION DESCRIPTION

POSITION DESCRIPTION POSITION DESCRIPTION SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK Portland State University Changing Lives, Changing Communities Assistant Professor, Child & Family Studies Tenure Track (Effective 9/16/2014) Position Summary

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE. Academic Appointments Adjunct Appointments Howard College, San Angelo, Texas Undergraduate Instructor, August 2011 to December 2011

CURRICULUM VITAE. Academic Appointments Adjunct Appointments Howard College, San Angelo, Texas Undergraduate Instructor, August 2011 to December 2011 CURRICULUM VITAE G. Kevin Wade, M.S.W., LCSW Adjunct Lecturer Social Work Program Angelo State University San Angelo, TX 76904 Telephone: (325) 942-2068 Fax: (325) 942-2290 E-Mail: wadecounseling@suddenlink.net

More information

Degree: Bachelors of Science in Social Work Institution granting degree: Colorado State University

Degree: Bachelors of Science in Social Work Institution granting degree: Colorado State University Education: Degree information: Degree: Doctorate of Educational Leadership and Technology Institution granting degree: University of Northern Colorado Major: Educational Leadership Minor: Statistics Emphasis:

More information

Dawn A. Brown 10212 Altavista Avenue Apt. 208 Tampa, FL 33647 (203) 982-5833 dabrown0912@gmail.com

Dawn A. Brown 10212 Altavista Avenue Apt. 208 Tampa, FL 33647 (203) 982-5833 dabrown0912@gmail.com Dawn A. Brown 10212 Altavista Avenue Apt. 208 Tampa, FL 33647 (203) 982-5833 dabrown0912@gmail.com EDUCATION Master of Social Work, University of South Florida, 2013 Bachelor of Arts in Human Development,

More information

DEPARTMENT PLAN. The Department of Counseling, Educational, and Developmental Psychology. College of Education and Human Development

DEPARTMENT PLAN. The Department of Counseling, Educational, and Developmental Psychology. College of Education and Human Development 10/23/03 DEPARTMENT PLAN The Department of Counseling, Educational, and Developmental Psychology College of Education and Human Development Eastern Washington University Cheney ω Spokane Washington Formally

More information

Kevin Rose 410 W. Ormsby Ave. #8A kevin.rose@louisville.edu Louisville, Kentucky 40203 479.200.6585

Kevin Rose 410 W. Ormsby Ave. #8A kevin.rose@louisville.edu Louisville, Kentucky 40203 479.200.6585 Kevin Rose 410 W. Ormsby Ave. #8A kevin.rose@louisville.edu Louisville, Kentucky 40203 479.200.6585 Education Ed.D. in Workforce Development Education, University of, May 2012 Concentration: Higher and

More information

Mary Winners MS Gero 2012 President, About Senior Solutions. College of Business and Public Management Master of Science in Gerontology

Mary Winners MS Gero 2012 President, About Senior Solutions. College of Business and Public Management Master of Science in Gerontology 2012-2013 Academic Year College of Business and Public Management Master of Science in Gerontology Mary Winners MS Gero 2012 President, About Senior Solutions U.S. News & World Report and Forbes Magazine

More information

Scott G. Sanders PhD, MSW 6299 Scotthille Dr. SE Ada, MI. 49301 616-676-4153 scott_sanders@cornerstone.edu

Scott G. Sanders PhD, MSW 6299 Scotthille Dr. SE Ada, MI. 49301 616-676-4153 scott_sanders@cornerstone.edu Scott G. Sanders PhD, MSW 6299 Scotthille Dr. SE Ada, MI. 49301 616-676-4153 scott_sanders@cornerstone.edu EDUCATION: Ph.D. (April 27, 2006) University of Kentucky Dissertation Title: Ethics education

More information

Maui College. Advisory Committee Handbook. Maui College

Maui College. Advisory Committee Handbook. Maui College Advisory Committee Handbook TABLE OF CONTENTS Intent of the Committee: Purpose of the Advisory Committee...4 Role of the Advisory Committee...4 Functions of the Advisory Committee...5 Design of the Committee:

More information

Ken K. Nakamura, MSW LCSW

Ken K. Nakamura, MSW LCSW Ken K. Nakamura, MSW LCSW ABBREVIATED VITAE EDUCATION University of California, Berkeley, Graduate School of Social Welfare 09/81-06/83 Master of Social Welfare Emphasis: Children and Families University

More information

SO C I A L W O R K IN T E RNSH IP M A NU A L. A Handbook for Interns And Field Instructors

SO C I A L W O R K IN T E RNSH IP M A NU A L. A Handbook for Interns And Field Instructors SO C I A L W O R K IN T E RNSH IP M A NU A L A Handbook for Interns And Field Instructors Updated August 2011 Department of Social Work University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Eau Claire, W I 54702-4004 (715)

More information

VITA. BETTY H. OLINGER, Ed.D., R.N.

VITA. BETTY H. OLINGER, Ed.D., R.N. VITA BETTY H. OLINGER, Ed.D., R.N. Business Address Home Address Kentucky State University 307 Brown Street School of Nursing Berea, KY 40403 400 East Main Street (859) 986-8716 Frankfort, KY 40601 (502)

More information

STATEMENT OF OBJECTIVES

STATEMENT OF OBJECTIVES STATEMENT OF OBJECTIVES The principal objectives of the Los Angeles Council of Black Professional Engineers (LACBPE) shall be to endeavor to enhance the educational and employment opportunities of minority

More information

RESUME SUZANNE MARIE GAUGHEN. 2378 Morley Way (916) 978-0522 Sacramento, CA 95864 EDUCATION

RESUME SUZANNE MARIE GAUGHEN. 2378 Morley Way (916) 978-0522 Sacramento, CA 95864 EDUCATION RESUME SUZANNE MARIE GAUGHEN 2378 Morley Way (916) 978-0522 Sacramento, CA 95864 EDUCATION Ph.D. Counseling Psychology, University of Oregon, 1976 Specialty: Psychotherapy, Therapist Training, Group Process

More information

An Introduction to Online Learning. Is Online Learning Right for You? Learn how to be successful in an online degree program.

An Introduction to Online Learning. Is Online Learning Right for You? Learn how to be successful in an online degree program. An Introduction to Online Learning Is Online Learning Right for You? Learn how to be successful in an online degree program. Table of Contents Pursue Your Passion & Advance Your Career Why Should I Earn

More information

That s Dominican. u.s. catholic Guide To. >> Colleges and universities << www.msmc.la.edu. Amazing possibilities. February 2014 uscatholic.

That s Dominican. u.s. catholic Guide To. >> Colleges and universities << www.msmc.la.edu. Amazing possibilities. February 2014 uscatholic. www.msmc.la.edu Chalon Campus: 310.954.4000 Doheny Campus: 213.477.2500 That s Dominican. Amazing possibilities. u.s. catholic Guide To Founded in 1925 by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, Mount

More information

Mary Sue Hager MS, APRN, FNP/bc Associate Lecturer

Mary Sue Hager MS, APRN, FNP/bc Associate Lecturer Mary Sue Hager MS, APRN, FNP/bc Associate Lecturer Education Year Institution Degree 1992 University of Wyoming BSN 1997 University of Wyoming MS, FNP Professional Experience: 7/2011 : Family Nurse Practitioner

More information

Foster Achievement Fellowship Newsletter. Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Foster Achievement Fellowship Newsletter. Wednesday, April 22, 2015 FOSTER ACHIEVEMENT FELLOWSHIP NEWSLETTER Issue 1 Foster Achievement Fellowship Newsletter Wednesday, April 22, 2015 IN THIS ISSUE by FAF President, Edwin P resswood- Castro Fostering Achievement Fellowship

More information

UW-Stout Inclusive Excellence Action Plan

UW-Stout Inclusive Excellence Action Plan Goal 1: Increase the number of Wisconsin high school graduates from all segments who apply, are accepted, and enroll at UW System institutions Marketing materials: Produce DVD/video for parents, counselors

More information

JOSE R. RODRIGUEZ Miami-Dade Community College, A.A., North Campus 72 U.C.F B.A., Communications 74 Florida State University, College of Law, J.D.

JOSE R. RODRIGUEZ Miami-Dade Community College, A.A., North Campus 72 U.C.F B.A., Communications 74 Florida State University, College of Law, J.D. JOSE R. RODRIGUEZ Miami-Dade Community College, A.A., North Campus 72 U.C.F B.A., Communications 74 Florida State University, College of Law, J.D. 77 PERSONAL He was born in Cienfuegos, Cuba and came to

More information

Curriculum Vita Mary Ann McCarthy EdD, RN, CNS, STAH, PHN Telephone Office - 559-278-4165

Curriculum Vita Mary Ann McCarthy EdD, RN, CNS, STAH, PHN Telephone Office - 559-278-4165 Telephone Office - 559-278-4165 Email mamccarthy@csufresno.edu License Registered Nurse (California) #528461 Public Health Nurse # 62819 Clinical Nurse Specialist #3587 Education EdD May 2012 Doctorate

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE BARBARA M. BUZZI

CURRICULUM VITAE BARBARA M. BUZZI CURRICULUM VITAE of BARBARA M. BUZZI Department of Social Sciences and Counseling St. Thomas University 16401 N.W. 37th Avenue Miami, FL 33054 (305) 628-6584 EDUCATION Barry University St. Thomas University

More information

CURRICULUM VITA. JULIA A. SMITH, Ph.D. Associate Professor Division of Special Education Undergraduate and Graduate Faculty Appointed 1985

CURRICULUM VITA. JULIA A. SMITH, Ph.D. Associate Professor Division of Special Education Undergraduate and Graduate Faculty Appointed 1985 1 JULIA A. SMITH, Ph.D. Associate Professor Division of Special Education Undergraduate and Graduate Faculty Appointed 1985 CURRICULUM VITA 1. Academic Experience Ph.D. 2004 Human Development and Family

More information

MYLES H. WHITNEY. Advanced Clinical Gestalt Psychotherapy. Hartford (CT) Family Training Institute, 1977-1982.

MYLES H. WHITNEY. Advanced Clinical Gestalt Psychotherapy. Hartford (CT) Family Training Institute, 1977-1982. MYLES H. WHITNEY Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts 353 Eagle Street Department of Sociology, North Adams, MA 01247 Anthropology and Social Work (413) 663-7467 North Adams, MA 01247 (413) 662-5473 Fax

More information

Pursue your passion. Contact Us! trentu.ca/nursing. Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.Sc.N.)

Pursue your passion. Contact Us! trentu.ca/nursing. Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.Sc.N.) Pursue your passion Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.Sc.N.) Contact Us! SEEING IS BELIEVING! STUDENT SERVICES The best way to know if Trent is the right place for you is to come and see it. Take a campus

More information

Engineering Leadership and Innovation

Engineering Leadership and Innovation Engineering Leadership and Innovation 2015 Ideas Start Here A team of five Western Engineering students placed second in the 2014 Innovative Designs for Accessibility (IDeA) Student Competition for their

More information

Provost update: Powering professional growth

Provost update: Powering professional growth Subscribe Share Past Issues Translate Provost Update; Professional development grants awarded to staff; SJSU Salzburg Scholars and Fellows change the campus and the world we live in; University 101 guides

More information

JILL K. DAVIS, LCSW, RPT Clinical Associate Professor Field Faculty Placement Advisor

JILL K. DAVIS, LCSW, RPT Clinical Associate Professor Field Faculty Placement Advisor JILL K. DAVIS, LCSW, RPT Clinical Associate Professor Field Faculty Placement Advisor University of Southern California School of Social Work Virtual Academic Center jill.k.davis@usc.edu 407-580-7790 EDUCATION

More information

Dr. Kedron Bardwell. Department of Political Science Simpson College 701 North C St. Indianola, IA 50125 (515) 961-1593 kedron.bardwell@simpson.

Dr. Kedron Bardwell. Department of Political Science Simpson College 701 North C St. Indianola, IA 50125 (515) 961-1593 kedron.bardwell@simpson. Dr. Kedron Bardwell Department of Political Science 701 North C St. (515) 961-1593 kedron.bardwell@simpson.edu EDUCATION Ph.D. in Political Science, University of Iowa, 2002 M.A. in Political Science,

More information

Darlene Lacy, PhD, RNC, CNE, RN Director of RN-BSN Program. Assistant Professor

Darlene Lacy, PhD, RNC, CNE, RN Director of RN-BSN Program. Assistant Professor Director of RN-BSN Program Assistant Professor Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing 3601 4th St Stop 6264 Lubbock, TX 79430-6264 Office Phone: (512) 635-6819 E-Mail: Darlene.Lacy@ttuhsc.edu

More information

Program Change Request. New Program Proposal. Work. In Workflow. Viewing: TBD MS MS : Master of Social. Last approved: 10/29/15 11:27 am

Program Change Request. New Program Proposal. Work. In Workflow. Viewing: TBD MS MS : Master of Social. Last approved: 10/29/15 11:27 am Program Change Request Date Submitted: 11/18/15 8:16 pm New Program Proposal Viewing: TBD MS MS : Master of Social Work Last approved: 10/29/15 11:27 am Last edit: 11/18/15 8:16 pm Changes proposed by:

More information

DAVID B. FALK COLLEGE OF SPORT AND HUMAN DYNAMICS

DAVID B. FALK COLLEGE OF SPORT AND HUMAN DYNAMICS DAVID B. FALK COLLEGE OF SPORT AND HUMAN DYNAMICS About Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics If you re interested in a profession that can improve and enrich lives, start your future at Syracuse University

More information

SOCIAL WORK. What can I do with this major?

SOCIAL WORK. What can I do with this major? SOCIAL WORK What can I do with this major? PUBLIC WELFARE Administration and Planning Program Evaluation CRIMINAL JUSTICE/CORRECTIONS /Therapy Rehabilitation Probation Parole Youth Services Victim Assistance

More information

Executive Summary. External Program Review: Mandatory review occurred in April 2015. Final report to be presented at Fall 2015 meeting.

Executive Summary. External Program Review: Mandatory review occurred in April 2015. Final report to be presented at Fall 2015 meeting. College of William and Mary Program in Public Policy Spring 2015 Board of Advisors Meeting Washington, DC Mathematica Office: 1100 1st Street, NE, 12th Floor April 16, 2015 Executive Summary Next Board

More information

A 5 STANDING COMMITTEES. Academic and Student Affairs Committee

A 5 STANDING COMMITTEES. Academic and Student Affairs Committee A 5 Collegiate-Level Unit Headed by a Dean RECOMMENDED ACTION It is the recommendation of the administration and the Academic and Student Affairs Committee that the status of the Education Program at the

More information

Sacramento State College of Business Administration. Master of Business Administration

Sacramento State College of Business Administration. Master of Business Administration Sacramento State College of Business Administration Master of Business Administration M a s t e r o f B u s i n e s s A d m i n i s t r at i o n www.cba.csus.edu/prospectivemba Leadership begins here.

More information

College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences

College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSIT Y, EAST BAY We are the future of the East Bay. As a leader in sustaining the region s economic and cultural vibrancy, the College

More information

observe ANALYze TrANsform PsYCHoLoGY, social WorK AND religious studies

observe ANALYze TrANsform PsYCHoLoGY, social WorK AND religious studies observe analyze transform PSYCHOLoGY, SOCIAL WORK AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES Psychology The mind works in mysterious ways but with a psychology degree from Clarke, you ll be prepared to enter the exciting field

More information

NASW, TENNESSEE CHAPTER SOCIAL WORK REINVESTMENT INITIATIVE INITIAL PLAN REPORT, FEBRUARY 2008 INTRODUCTION

NASW, TENNESSEE CHAPTER SOCIAL WORK REINVESTMENT INITIATIVE INITIAL PLAN REPORT, FEBRUARY 2008 INTRODUCTION NASW, TENNESSEE CHAPTER SOCIAL WORK REINVESTMENT INITIATIVE INITIAL PLAN REPORT, FEBRUARY 2008 INTRODUCTION Social work professionals in Tennessee provide important services to Tennesseans from all walks

More information

Curriculum Vitae Pa Der Vang, Ph.D., MSW, LICSW. 2004 Randolph Avenue F-15 651-690-8647

Curriculum Vitae Pa Der Vang, Ph.D., MSW, LICSW. 2004 Randolph Avenue F-15 651-690-8647 Curriculum Vitae Pa Der Vang, Ph.D., MSW, LICSW 2004 Randolph Avenue F-15 651-690-8647 St. Paul, MN 55105 pdvang@stkate.edu Education: Ph. D. School of Social Work, University of Minnesota -December 2007

More information

UAM School of Education Points of Pride

UAM School of Education Points of Pride UAM School of Education Points of Pride The School of Education is nationally accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. Four nationally recognized degree/endorsement programs

More information

The Role, Mission, Vision, and Goals of Graduate Education at Central Washington University

The Role, Mission, Vision, and Goals of Graduate Education at Central Washington University The Role, Mission, Vision, and Goals of Graduate Education at Central Washington University Role: The role of graduate education at Central Washington University is multi-faceted. Graduate education, first

More information

Nature of the Program

Nature of the Program Nature of the Program The University of West Florida has had an accredited social work undergraduate program since 1974, the first year that the Council on Social Work Education recognized undergraduate

More information

J. RICHELLE JOE, PHD, NCC Curriculum Vitae

J. RICHELLE JOE, PHD, NCC Curriculum Vitae 1 J. RICHELLE JOE, PHD, NCC Curriculum Vitae University of Central Florida College of Education and Human Performance Orlando, FL 32816 jacqueline.joe@ucf.edu EDUCATION 2015 Ph.D., Counselor Education

More information

COLLEGE OF HEALTH & PUBLIC POLICY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WORK. MSW Program Annual Report 2009-2010 Academic Year

COLLEGE OF HEALTH & PUBLIC POLICY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WORK. MSW Program Annual Report 2009-2010 Academic Year COLLEGE OF HEALTH & PUBLIC POLICY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WORK MSW Program Annual Report 2009-2010 Academic Year May 25, 2010 MSW Program Annual Report 2009-2010 Academic Year The 2009-2010 academic year

More information

DISTANCE EDUCATION ENROLLMENT REPORT. Brad W. Jamie P.

DISTANCE EDUCATION ENROLLMENT REPORT. Brad W. Jamie P. DISTANCE EDUCATION AY 5 Brad W. Jamie P. CONTENTS PAGE 4 Steady AY 24-5 HIGHLIGHTS growth, progress PAGE 7 credit REACHING MORE STUDENTS Headcount, enrollments, student hours generated PROGRAM GROWTH Degree,

More information

BETTY K. JONES, Ph.D. (706) 340-3930 betjones@uga.edu

BETTY K. JONES, Ph.D. (706) 340-3930 betjones@uga.edu BETTY K. JONES, Ph.D. (706) 340-3930 betjones@uga.edu EXPERIENCE Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, The University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia 30602-3018, (706) 542-5046 (August 1998 to

More information

Renee Michelsen, MSS, LCSW michelse@usc.edu

Renee Michelsen, MSS, LCSW michelse@usc.edu Renee Michelsen, MSS, LCSW michelse@usc.edu EDUCATION: Bryn Mawr College, Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research Bryn Mawr, PA Master of Social Service, 1984 University of Delaware, Newark,

More information

BETH L. ZEMSKY MAEd, MSW, LICSW

BETH L. ZEMSKY MAEd, MSW, LICSW BETH L. ZEMSKY MAEd, MSW, LICSW CURRICULUM VITAE EDUCATION Master of Social Work - George Warren School of Social Work, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, 1983. Master of Education in Counseling

More information

SCHOOL OF HUMAN RESOURCES & LABOR RELATIONS

SCHOOL OF HUMAN RESOURCES & LABOR RELATIONS SCHOOL OF HUMAN RESOURCES & LABOR RELATIONS Educating and developing outstanding talent PREMIER GRADUATE EDUCATION CUTTING-EDGE SCHOLARSHIP EXCEPTIONAL CAREER OPPORTUNITIES EXTRAORDINARY ALUMNI NETWORK

More information

Faculty of Health Administration

Faculty of Health Administration Faculty of Health Administration D. Rob Haley PhD, MBA, MHS Associate Professor Building 39, 4039A (904) 620-4016 rhaley@unf.edu HSA3111: Introduction to Health Administration HSA3383: Quality Management

More information

Vice Chancellor for Academic, Faculty and Student Affairs

Vice Chancellor for Academic, Faculty and Student Affairs Announcing the Invitation for Applications and Nominations for the Vice Chancellor for Academic, University of Tennessee Health Science Center - Memphis, Knoxville, Nashville, and Chattanooga www.uthsc.edu

More information

DARRON D. GARNER, PHD; LCSW

DARRON D. GARNER, PHD; LCSW DARRON D. GARNER, PHD; LCSW E-mail: ddgarner@pvamu.edu SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE Nine years of experience an independent social work practitioner in Houston Texas. Combined eight years of demonstrated student

More information

WESTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY Bowling Green, Kentucky MASTER OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (MPA, #051) PROGRAM POLICY HANDBOOK

WESTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY Bowling Green, Kentucky MASTER OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (MPA, #051) PROGRAM POLICY HANDBOOK WESTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY Bowling Green, Kentucky MASTER OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (MPA, #051) PROGRAM POLICY HANDBOOK Effective Fall Semester 2013 Note: some changes take effect Spring Semester 2014

More information

What can I do with a SOCIAL WORK degree?

What can I do with a SOCIAL WORK degree? PUBLIC WELFARE Administration and Planning Program Evaluation Public welfare agencies Private social service agencies including: o Department of Human Services o Department of Education o Housing Services

More information

PHILIP J. PETTIS Department of Sociology Vanderbilt University PB 351811 Nashville, TN 37235-1811 615.322.7626 philip.j.pettis@vanderbilt.

PHILIP J. PETTIS Department of Sociology Vanderbilt University PB 351811 Nashville, TN 37235-1811 615.322.7626 philip.j.pettis@vanderbilt. Fall 2015 EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS PHILIP J. PETTIS Department of Sociology Vanderbilt University PB 351811 Nashville, TN 37235-1811 615.322.7626 philip.j.pettis@vanderbilt.edu 2015-PR Doctoral Student,

More information

Deaf Education Faculty Recruitment Begin at the Beginning: The Undergraduate Level A Panel Discussion Saturday, February 20, 2010

Deaf Education Faculty Recruitment Begin at the Beginning: The Undergraduate Level A Panel Discussion Saturday, February 20, 2010 Association of College Educators-Deaf/Hard or Hearing 2010 Conference Lexington, Kentucky Deaf Education Faculty Recruitment Begin at the Beginning: The Undergraduate Level A Panel Discussion Saturday,

More information

What is a Nurse? A person trained to care for the sick or infirm, especially in a hospital.

What is a Nurse? A person trained to care for the sick or infirm, especially in a hospital. School of Nursing What is a Nurse? A person trained to care for the sick or infirm, especially in a hospital. Nursing is a profession within the health care sector focused on the care of individuals, families,

More information

ARLENE STORY SANDERS Post Office Box 1066 Shaw, Mississippi 38773 (662) 754-3600 Email: asanders@deltastate.edu

ARLENE STORY SANDERS Post Office Box 1066 Shaw, Mississippi 38773 (662) 754-3600 Email: asanders@deltastate.edu ARLENE STORY SANDERS Post Office Box 1066 Shaw, Mississippi 38773 (662) 754-3600 Email: asanders@deltastate.edu EDUCATION: 2000-2002 Delta State University, Cleveland, MS. Master of Science in Community

More information

Dean, Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology Position Description

Dean, Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology Position Description Dean, Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology Position Description Overview California State University, Fresno is seeking a creative, energetic, innovative, articulate and dynamic leader

More information

School of Journalism & Graphic Communication. 2010-2020 Strategic Plan

School of Journalism & Graphic Communication. 2010-2020 Strategic Plan School of Journalism & Graphic Communication 2010-2020 Strategic Plan Mission Statement: The mission of the School of Journalism & Graphic Communication (SJGC) is to develop its students to assume meaningful

More information

Rhode Island Women in Higher Education (RIWHE) Third Annual Spring Conference

Rhode Island Women in Higher Education (RIWHE) Third Annual Spring Conference Rhode Island Women in Higher Education (RIWHE) Third Annual Spring Conference Friday, April 22, 2005 ~ Salve Regina University ~ Ochre Court BIOGRAPHIES OF TABLE-TOP LEADERS Judith A. Brissette, Ph.D.

More information

Department of Geography University of Central Arkansas

Department of Geography University of Central Arkansas Department of Geography University of Central Arkansas The Newsletter of the Department of Geography Vol. 4 No. 1 March 2007 A NOTE FROM THE CHAIR Geography at UCA continues to grow and gain strength.

More information

Dr. Alicia Caudill is the Associate Vice President for Student Life and the University of West Georgia. She began this position in March 2013.

Dr. Alicia Caudill is the Associate Vice President for Student Life and the University of West Georgia. She began this position in March 2013. Dr. Anthony DeSantis is the Associate Dean of Students at the University of Floriday. The Associate Dean of Students reports directly to the Associate Vice President/Dean of Students at the University

More information

CAREER SYNOPSIS. Marsha L. Lewis, PhD, RN

CAREER SYNOPSIS. Marsha L. Lewis, PhD, RN CAREER SYNOPSIS Marsha L. Lewis, PhD, RN Marsha Lewis, PhD, RN is the Dean of the UB School of Nursing (UB SON). Dr. Lewis was recruited to the position in February 2012 following a national search. Dr.

More information

June C. Paul. Ph.D. University of Wisconsin Madison, School of Social Work Expected 2016 Social Welfare

June C. Paul. Ph.D. University of Wisconsin Madison, School of Social Work Expected 2016 Social Welfare University of Wisconsin-Madison Institute for Research on Poverty 1180 Observatory Drive 3415 Social Sciences Madison, Wisconsin 53706 jpaul3@wisc.edu EDUCATION Ph.D. University of Wisconsin Madison, School

More information

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Presidential Brief COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Daniel F. Mahony, Ph.D. Dean B.S., Virginia Tech M.A., West Virginia University Ph.D., The Ohio State University Job Responsibilities:

More information

University of Missouri Kansas City, Kansas City, Missouri. Education Specialist in Higher Education Administration, 1994.

University of Missouri Kansas City, Kansas City, Missouri. Education Specialist in Higher Education Administration, 1994. MARY JONES MARYJONES@MNU.EDU EDUCATION: University of Missouri Kansas City, Kansas City, Missouri. Ph.D. in Educational Administration Higher Education, 1998. Dissertation: The Relationship between Selected

More information

School of Social Work Stephen F. Austin State University

School of Social Work Stephen F. Austin State University School of Social Work Stephen F. Austin State University Policy Revisions: Policy and Procedure for Awarding Promotion, Tenure, and Merit This policy and procedure for awarding promotion, tenure, and merit

More information

BEGINNING AN MSW PROGRAM WITH AN ESTABLISHED DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WORK. By: Dr. Jan Kircher, Dr. Elizabeth Talbot, Dr. Sandra Chesborough

BEGINNING AN MSW PROGRAM WITH AN ESTABLISHED DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WORK. By: Dr. Jan Kircher, Dr. Elizabeth Talbot, Dr. Sandra Chesborough North American Association of Christians in Social Work (NACSW) PO Box 121; Botsford, CT 06404 *** Phone/Fax (tollfree): 888.426.4712 Email: info@nacsw.org *** Website: http://www.nacsw.org A Vital Christian

More information

Health Services Administration

Health Services Administration Graduate School take your career to the next level Health Services Administration Buffalo New York discover the D Youville graduate difference For over 100 years, D Youville College has provided students

More information

MPA Newsletter. Truly An International Reach... On April 10th, 2014, the City of Bowling

MPA Newsletter. Truly An International Reach... On April 10th, 2014, the City of Bowling MPA Newsletter Truly An International Reach... Summer 2014 Inside this issue: UAE students join MPA program 1 Student Profile 2 Annual Award Banquet & Graduation 3 Faculty Notes 3 MPA Annual Picnic 4 GA

More information

Assistant Professor of Social Work & Gerontology Wright State University, College of Liberal Arts, Department of Social Work

Assistant Professor of Social Work & Gerontology Wright State University, College of Liberal Arts, Department of Social Work Dr. James R. Carter Assistant Professor of Social Work & Gerontology Wright State University, College of Liberal Arts, Department of Social Work 272 Millett Hall 3640 Colonel Glenn Highway Dayton, OH 45435-0001

More information

How Are Business Schools Leading the Way in Internationalization Efforts Across Campus?

How Are Business Schools Leading the Way in Internationalization Efforts Across Campus? How Are Business Schools Leading the Way in Internationalization Efforts Across Campus? Business and Internationalization Judy Symon Hanson Co Director International Programs Wisconsin School of Business

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE. DARLENE PAYS BRUNET, RDH, MEd

CURRICULUM VITAE. DARLENE PAYS BRUNET, RDH, MEd CURRICULUM VITAE DARLENE PAYS BRUNET, RDH, MEd DATE: July 1, 2014 OFFICE ADDRESS: LSUHSC School of Dentistry Office of Student Affairs 1100 Florida Avenue, Box 228 New Orleans, LA 70119 Office phone: 504-941-8126

More information

FACULTY VITA EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

FACULTY VITA EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND COLLEGE of COASTAL GEORGIA SCHOOL OF NURSING FACULTY VITA Name: Virginia Teel, DHSc, RN Current Position: Assistant Professor DEGREES EARNED: EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND 2007 Nova Southeastern 2005-2007 Health

More information

Jennifer S. Barna 350 Belmont Turnpike, Waymart, PA 18472 h: 570-488-6174 c: 570-647-6776 jbarna@maryood.edu

Jennifer S. Barna 350 Belmont Turnpike, Waymart, PA 18472 h: 570-488-6174 c: 570-647-6776 jbarna@maryood.edu Jennifer S. Barna 350 Belmont Turnpike, Waymart, PA 18472 h: 570-488-6174 c: 570-647-6776 jbarna@maryood.edu Education Doctorate of Philosophy, Counselor Education and Supervision May 2009 Virginia Polytechnic

More information