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1 School of Social Work Research for the Common Good Curriculum Vitae of Ph.D. Candidates Edition

2 UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA Twin Cities Campus School of Social Work 105 Peters Hall 1404 Gortner Avenue St. Paul, MN Office: September 24, 2014 I am very proud to introduce our recent and upcoming PhD graduates and post-doctoral associates from the University of Minnesota School of Social Work, the first graduate social work program among the land-grant universities in the United States. Our doctoral program prepares students to contribute to the knowledge base of the social work profession and to work toward a just, nurturing, and inclusive society. The program emphasizes advanced scholarship, theory development, policy and historical analysis, and advanced research design and application. Feel free to contact any of the students directly using the contact information found on the individual curriculum vitae. Also, please contact me or any of our faculty about our program requirements or the qualifications and preparations of any of our students as well Sincerely, Elizabeth Lightfoot Director, Doctoral Program Professor 1

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Kristin C. R. Hamre... 3 Misa Kayama... 6 JaeRan Kim Michael G. Lee Shawyn C. Lee Melissa Lundquist Hoa T. Nguyen Courtney Kellerman Wells

4 Kristin C. R. Hamre University of Minnesota 212 Pattee Hall, 150 Pillsbury Dr. SE Minneapolis, MN (m) (w) EDUCATION Ph.D. M.S.W. Social Work, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, 2014 (expected). Advisor: Dr. Elizabeth Lightfoot Community Practice Concentration, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 2014 (expected). M.P.H. Global Health Interdisciplinary Concentration, University of Minnesota,, Thesis Advisor: Dr. James Begun Thesis Title: Seclusion and Restraint: A Comparative Policy Analysis Graduate Certificate Disability Policy and Services, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, B.A. English, Psychology, Women s Studies, St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN, RESEARCH INTERESTS Autism spectrum disorder Surveillance methodology Disability policy and services Healthcare, including disparity and access both national and international Health and human rights TEACHING INTERESTS Research methodologies Policy, American Social Welfare Policy, International Policy, Healthcare systems Disability policy and services Social welfare history PUBLICATIONS Nord, D., Hamre, K., & Nye-Lengerman, K. (2014). Understanding Community Poverty, Housing, and Disability. Policy Research Brief, 24(2), Minneapolis, MN: Research and Training Center on Community Living at the University of Minnesota. 3

5 Hewitt, A., Gulaid, A., Hamre, K., Esler, A., Punyko, J., Reichle, J. & Reiff, M. (2013). Minneapolis Somali autism spectrum disorder prevalence project: Community report Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota, Institute on Community Integration, Research and Training Center on Community Living. Weaver, L., Donohue, E., Hedtke, B., Anderson, J., Martin, H., Wanduragala, D., Hamre, K., Woywod, W., Eide, K., Rudolf, S., Landry, K., Karan, E., Lee, S., Schultz, C., Gille, C. (2010). Comparing Health Systems: Can the United States learn from other countries? Minnesota Medicine. Minneapolis, MN: Minnesota Medical Association. PRESENTATIONS Hewitt, A., Gulaid, A., Hamre, K., Esler, A., Punyko, J., Reichle, J., Reiff, M. (2014). Minneapolis Autism Spectrum Disorders Prevalence Project: ASD prevalence in the Somali community. International Meeting for Autism Research. International Society for Autism Research. Atlanta, GA. Hewitt, A., Hamre, K. (2013). Minneapolis Somali Autism Spectrum Disorder Prevalence Project. Association on University Centers on Disability. Washington, DC. Hamre, K., Nye-Lengerman, K. (2012). Twin Cities Zambia Disability Connection (TCZDC): Using education and networking to facilitate inclusive communities in Zambia and the United States. International Social Work Conference. Augsburg College, Minneapolis, MN. Hamre, K. (2012). Eugenics in Minnesota and beyond: the rise and fall of the campaign to erase the "other." School of Social Work History Conference. St. Paul, MN. Hamre, K. (2011). Combating Autism Act: Stakeholders Role in the Policy Process. School of Social Work Social Welfare Policy Conference. St. Paul, MN. Hamre, K., Bogenschutz, M. & Nord, D. (2011). The Twin Cities-Zambia Disability Connection: Creating Community to Support Inclusion of People with Disabilities. Poster presented at the annual conference of the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: St. Paul, MN. Bogenschutz, M., Nord, D., & Hamre, K. (2010). The Twin Cities-Zambia Disability Connection: A collaborative model for training & community development. Presented at Research Day hosted by the University of Minnesota, College of Education and Human Development. Minneapolis, MN. Nord, D., Bogenschutz, M., & Hamre, K. (2009). Human rights in Zambia: Challenges and progress. Presented at the Minnesota State Conference on Human Rights and Disability. Minneapolis, MN. RESEARCH EXPERIENCE present Research Assistant, University of Minnesota, Institute on Community Integration. Project Coordinator for the Minneapolis Somali Autism Spectrum Disorder Prevalence Project, Autism Research, Twin Cities Zambia Disability Connection Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Fellow, University of Minnesota, Department of Pediatrics. 4

6 TEACHING EXPERIENCE 2013-present Instructor, College of Saint Scholastica, School of Social Work, 3360: American Social Welfare Policy; 3385: Social Work Research and Evaluation; 4470: Independent Professional Projects Teaching Assistant, University of Minnesota, Department of Education Policy and Administration, 5356: Disability Policy and Services. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE MSW Intern, Arc Greater Twin Cities Immigrant & Refugee Transition Volunteer, International Institute of MN, St. Paul, MN Volunteer Classroom Assistant, Adult English Language Learner Program, Minneapolis Public Schools, Minneapolis, MN Development Researcher, University of Minnesota Foundation, Minneapolis, MN Elementary School Mentor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA Development Researcher, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA Mental Health Counselor, Kelly Norton Programs, Inc., Minneapolis, MN. SERVICE 2012-present Volunteer Member, University of Minnesota Medical Reserve Corps present Student Representative, University of Minnesota, School of Social Work, Health, Disability, and Aging Committee Student Representative, University of Minnesota, School of Social Work, PhD Program Committee Volunteer Mentor, Saint Olaf College, Career Network for Oles ( ) PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD) 5

7 Misa Kayama Postdoctoral Associate Office School of Social Work Cell: University of Minnesota, Twin Cities EDUCATION Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Social Work, School of Social Work, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2011 Dissertation title: Disability in cultural context: Providing social and emotional support for Japanese children with developmental disabilities in regular classrooms Dissertation Chair: Wendy Haight, Professor M.S.W. Social Work, School of Social Work, Illinois State University, 2006 M.S. B.S. Chemistry, Graduate School of Integrated Science, 1995, Yokohama City University, Japan Chemistry, Kitasato University, 1993, Japan Licensure Licensed Independent Social Worker, Minnesota (#23213) Certified and registered psychiatric social worker, Japan RESEARCH INTERESTS School social work, special education, and other services for children with mild cognitive and behavioral disabilities (e.g., learning disabilities, ADHD, and high-functioning autism, and emotional behavioral disorders) Children s experiences in cultural context, focusing on children who are vulnerable for various reasons, including disability, illness and other health concerns, racial and cultural backgrounds, and family environments such as poverty, child maltreatment, and other parental struggles Cross cultural variations in beliefs about disability and their impact on the experiences of children with disabilities (e.g., U.S., Japan, Taiwan, and South Korea) TEACHING INTERESTS Social work research Qualitative research methods Culture/diversity and international studies Disability and special education policies School social work Emotional and social support for children with disabilities at school 6

8 JURIED PUBLICATIONS Books Kayama, M. & Haight, W. (2014). Disability, Culture and Development: A case study of Japanese children at school. New York: Oxford University Press. Journal articles Haight, W., Gibson, P. A., Kayama, M., Marshall, J. M., & Wilson, R. (in press). An ecological-systems inquiry into racial disproportionalities in out-of-school suspensions from youth, caregiver and educator perspectives. Children and Youth Services Review Kayama, M. & Haight, W. (2014). Disability and stigma: How Japanese educators help parents accept their children s differences. Social Work. 59(1), Haight, W., Kayama, M., & Korang-Okrah, R. (2014). Ethnography in social work practice and policy. Qualitative Social Work, 13(1), Kayama, M. & Haight, W. (2013). The experiences of Japanese elementary-school children living with developmental disabilities : Navigating peer relationships. Qualitative Social Work. 12(5), , Advance online publication (May ). doi: / Haight, W., Kayama, M., Kincaid, T. Evans, K., & Kim, N. (2013). The elementary-school functioning of children with maltreatment histories and mild cognitive or behavioral disabilities: A mixed methods inquiry. Children and Youth Services Review, 35, Kayama, M. & Haight, W. (2012). Cultural sensitivity in the delivery of disability services to children: A case study of Japanese education and socialization. Children and Youth Services Review, 34, Carter-Black, J. D., & Kayama, M. (2011). Jim Crow s Daughters: Different Social Class Different Experience with Racism. Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, 26 (2), Kayama, M. (2010). Parental experiences of children s disabilities and special education in the U.S. and Japan: Implications for school social work. Social Work, 55(2), MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW Gibson, P. A, Wilson, R, Haight, W., Kayama, M., & Marshall, J.M. (under review). The role of race in the out-of-school suspensions of Black students: The perspectives of students with suspensions, their parents and educators Kayama, M., Haight, W., Kincaid, T., & Evans, K. (in progress). Local implications of disability policies for high-incidence disabilities at public schools in Japan and the U.S. MANUSCRIPTS IN PROGRESS Kayama, M., Haight, W., Gibson, P. A., & Wilson, R. (in progress). Use of the criminal justice voice in personal narratives of out-of-school suspensions: Black students, their caregivers, and educators. JURIED PRESENTATIONS Nakatsubo, F., Ueda, H., & Kayama, M. (June, 2014). Why Japanese teachers control their emotions when facilitating young children s problem solving: The Japanese mimamoru approach. Paper presented at the 2014 National Institute for Early Childhood Professional Development, Minneapolis, MN. 7

9 Kayama, M., Cho, M.H., Lee, H.Y., & Haight, W. (March, 2014). Stigma in cultural context: Educators beliefs about disability in Japan and South Korea. Poster presented at the College of Education and Human Development Research Day, University of Minnesota. Kayama, M., Gibson, P.A., Haight, W., Marshall, J., & Wilson, R. (February, 2014). Deconstructing outof-school suspensions from the perspectives of black students, their parents, and educators. Paper presented at the 2014 Minnesota Minority Education Partnership Conference, Minneapolis, MN. Kayama, M. & Haight, W. (November, 2013). The beliefs and practices of Japanese and U.S. professionals: Stigma and disabilities. Paper presented at the 2013 Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Dallas, TX. Gibson, P. A., & Kayama, M., & Haight, W. (November, 2013). Reducing out-of-school suspensions: Perspectives of black students, their parents, and educators. Paper presented at the 2013 Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Dallas, TX. Kayama, M. (August, 2013). Special education in the U.S. and Japan. In H. Ando (Chair), Appropriate learning support can make each child shine: What is missing in Japanese education system? Panel session presented at the 48 th Annual Conference of the Japanese Association for the Study of Developmental Disabilities, Tokyo, Japan. [Presented in Japanese] Kayama, M., Gibson, P. A., & Haight, W. (May, 2013). Experiences of out-of-school suspensions: Narratives from African American children, their parents, and educators. Paper presented at the Social Work Day, 9 th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana-Champaign, IL. Kayama, M. (May, 2013). Dual roles as a teaching assistant and a researcher: Reflections from my field work at a Japanese elementary school. In O. Sensoy-Bahar (Chair), Letting go of the field: Researchers emotional and intellectual challenges of leaving the participants behind. Panel session presented at the Social Work Day, 9 th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana-Champaign, IL. Kayama, M. & Haight, W. (March, 2013). A comparative study of U.S. and Japanese educators beliefs about disability and special education services. Poster presented at the College of Education and Human Development Research Day, University of Minnesota. Kayama, M. (January, 2013). A comparative study of U.S. and Japanese educators beliefs about disability and special education services. Poster presented at the 2013 Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, San Diego, CA. Haight, W., Kayama, M., Kiesel, L. Kincaid, T., & Evans, K. (January, 2013). Educators and child welfare professionals perceptions of the academic achievement and school functioning of children dually involved in child welfare and special education. Paper presented at the 2013 Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, San Diego, CA. Kayama, M. & Haight, W. (July, 2012). Disability, stigma, and development: A Japanese case study. Paper presented at the 3 rd Minnesota Symposium on Disability Studies, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Kayama, M. (May 2012). Cultural Translation in International Studies: Examples from an Ethnographic Study on Japanese Special Education. Paper presented at the 8 th International Congress on Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana-Champaign, IL. 8

10 Kayama, M. (May 2012). Insider and outsider roles in ethnographic studies on special education in the U.S. and Japan. In S. Hack-Ritzo (Chair), Insider & Outsider Perspectives. Panel session presented at the Social Work Day, 8 th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana-Champaign, IL. Kayama, M. (April, 2012). Disability in cultural context: Providing social and emotional support for Japanese children with developmental disabilities at school. Paper presented at the 24 th National Symposium on Doctoral Research in Social Work, Ohio State University. Kayama, M. & Kiesel, L. (March, 2012). Disability and child welfare in cultural context: A comparative study of U.S. and Japanese children's experiences at school. Poster presented at the College of Education and Human Development Research Day, University of Minnesota. This poster was selected as the best poster in Diversity and Globalization category, and was invited to re-present in the Gallery of Excellence at the 5 th annual Equity and Diversity Breakfast, University of Minnesota (November, 2012). Kayama, M & Haight, W. (February, 2012). Japanese socialization and educational practices for elementary school-aged children with developmental disabilities. Paper presented at the Inaugural International Research Conference, University of Minnesota. Kayama, M. (May 2011). Children s understanding of their disabilities: Experiences of Japanese children with disabilities in regular classrooms. Paper presented at the 7 th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana-Champaign, IL. Kayama, M. (May 2011). Socialization of Japanese children with learning disabilities in regular classrooms. In W. L. Haight (Chair), A cultural perspective on vulnerable children and families: The role of stigma. Panel session presented at the Social Work Day, 7 th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana-Champaign, IL. Kayama, M. (June 2010). School social workers roles in special education in the U.S. and Japan. Poster session presented at the 2010 Joint World Conference on Social Welfare and Social Development, Hong- Kong, China Kayama, M. (May 2010). Using my wheelchair to hear stories about children s disabilities in a research project. Paper presented at the 6 th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana-Champaign, IL. OTHER PRESENTATIONS Kayama, M., Cho, M.H., & Haight, W. (July, 2014). Disability and child maltreatment: Perceptions of professionals in East Asian countries. Published as an on-line module from the Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare, University of Minnesota. Available at: RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Postdoctoral Associate January 2012 Present. University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Disability in cultural context: Educators perspectives of and experiences with children with mild disabilities in the U.S., Japan, Taiwan, and South Korea. Primary Investigator: Wendy Haight, Professor and Gamble- Skogmo Chair, School of Social Work, Responsibility: Co-investigator (Collecting Japanese and U.S. data, conducting cross-cultural analysis, and supervising research assistants) 9

11 The school experiences of youth involved in child protection with a focus on those dually involved in special education Primary Investigator: Wendy Haight, Professor and Gamble-Skogmo Chair, School of Social Work. Responsibility: Co-investigator (Collecting and analyzing data) The sociocultural construction of out-of-school suspensions: Experiences of African American children, their parents, and educators. Primary Investigators: Wendy Haight, Professor and Gamble-Skogmo Chair, and Priscilla Gibson, Associate Professor, School of Social Work. Responsibility: Co-investigator and program director (Supervising research assistants, organizing and coordinating data collection, analyzing data) Examining the intersection of disability identity and civil society disability messaging in Manbai. Primary Investigators: Christopher Johnston, Director of International Initiatives and Relations, College of Education and Human Development, Responsibility: Co-investigator (Collecting pilot data, develop interview protocols, and analyzing data). Research Assistant June 2007 August School of Social Work, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Resisting the internalization of contested racial authenticity: Young African American women speak out Supervisor/Primary Investigator: Janet Carter-Black, Assistant Professor Research Assistant August 2006 May School of Social Work, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Project title: Cunningham Children s Home supported education and employment for older youth in care Supervisor/Primary Investigator: Barry Ackerson, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS Disability, stigma and school: Lessons from Japanese, South Korean, and Taiwanese educators. Spencer Foundation small grant ($49,925.00). (PI: Wendy Haight; Co-PI: Misa Kayama, Hee Yun Lee) Examining the intersection of disability identity and civil society disability messaging in Manbai, India. Global Spotlight Major Award, Global Programs and Strategy Alliance, University of Minnesota ($52,020.00). (PI: Christopher Johnston, Director of International Initiative, University of Minnesota; Sandhya Limaye, Chair and Associate Professor, Center for Disability Studies and Action, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, India, Misa Kayama) 2013 International Travel Grant, University of Minnesota ($1,500.00) 10

12 The sociocultural construction of out-of-school suspensions: Experiences of African American children, their parents, and educators. Spencer Foundation ($39,950.00). (PI: Wendy Haight; Co-PI: Priscilla Gibson, Misa Kayama) Reducing out-of-school-suspensions of African American and African immigrant students: Building a well-educated Minnesota workforce for the 21 st century, Metropolitan Research Grant Program, Center for Urban and Regional Affairs and University Metropolitan Consortium, University of Minnesota ($100,000.00). (PI: Priscilla Gibson; Co-PI: Wendy Haight, Misa Kayama) Duskin Study Abroad Leaders Programs for Disabled, Japan ($30,000) TEACHING EXPERIENCE Fall 2012 Co-Instructor, Empowerment Practice with Persons with Disabilities, MSW course at the University of Minnesota Fall 2011 Spring 2011 Fall 2010 Fall 2009 Instructor, Social Work Research Methods, MSW Foundation Research Course at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) Instructor, Introduction to Social Work, Undergraduate General Curriculum Elective Course at UIUC Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Social Work at UIUC Teaching Assistant, Social Work Research Methods (On-line course) at UIUC GUEST LECTURES 2014 Disability, stigma, and development: A Japanese case study. Ethnographic Research Methods, Graduate course at the Department of Organizational Leadership, Policy and Development, College of Education and Human Development, University of Minnesota 2014 Disability, stigma, and development: A Japanese case study; and Special education policies in Japan. International Social Welfare Policy, MSW course at the University of Minnesota Stigma, disability and culture: The school experiences of children with disabilities in the U.S. and Japan; 2) School social workers roles and IEP process in the U.S. Empowerment Practice with Persons with Disabilities, MSW course at the University of Minnesota 2012 Disability in cultural context: The experiences of Japanese children with disabilities in regular classrooms [presented as an example of a qualitative study]. Social Work Research Methods, MSW Foundation Research Course at School 2011 Socialization of Japanese children with disabilities in regular classrooms. Human Behavior and the Social Environment at UIUC 11

13 2010 Disability in cultural context: The experiences of Japanese children with disabilities in regular classrooms [presented as an example of a qualitative study], Social Work Research Method at UIUC 2010 What is it like to have a disability? Introduction to Social Work at UIUC 2009 What is it like to have a disability? Introduction to Social Work at UIUC 2009 Conducting international qualitative research, Applied Qualitative Research, PhD Required Course at UIUC 2008 Personal relationships in the U.S. and Japan, Supervision/Staff Development, MSW Elective Course at UIUC 2007 What s a typical day like for a school social worker? Introduction to Social Work at UIUC My experiences in a wheelchair in the U.S. and Japan, Diverse Populations, BSW Required Course at the Illinois State University HONORS AND AWARDS 2013 Outstanding Postdoctoral Scholar, University of Minnesota Postdoctoral Association 2012 Certificate of Achievement for presenting at the 24 th National Symposium on Doctoral Research in Social Work, The Ohio State University College of Social Work 2010 Ernie Gullerud Dissertation Award, School of Social Work, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Zoshi-kan academic honors award, Shizuoka Institute of Medical Care Science, Japan 1993 Kitasato academic honors award, Kitasato University, Japan PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE present Fieldwork, as part of the responsibility as a Postdoctoral Associate Fieldwork for the dissertation research as a teaching assistant, Senshu Elementary School, Japan Volunteer, Unity West Elementary School, Tolono, Illinois 2006 MSW Social Work Intern, Kingsley Junior High School, Normal, Illinois Fox Creek Elementary School, Bloomington, Illinois 2005 MSW Social Work Intern, Life Center for Independent Living, Bloomington, Illinois 12

14 2003, 2004, 2005 Visiting Volunteer, Give Kids the World, Kissimmee, FL. April-July 2003; January 2004; January SERVICE 2011 PhD program committee, student representative, School of Social Work, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 2012, 2013 Qualitative Research, Journal Peer Reviewer 2013 Journal of Public Child Welfare, Journal Peer Reviewer 2011 Social Work, Journal Peer Reviewer PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS National Association of Social Workers, Illinois Association of School Social Workers, School Social Work Association of Japan, Society for Social Work and Research, Council on Social Work Education, 2013 present 13

15 JaeRan Kim Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare Office: Peter s Hall Cell: Gortner Ave School of Social Work University of Minnesota St. Paul, MN EDUCATION Ph.D. University of Minnesota (Expected January, 2015) Doctorate of Philosophy in Social Work Certificate in Disability Policy Dissertation: Placement Stability for Intercountry Adoptees with Disabilities Advisor: David Hollister Dissertation Committee: Priscilla Gibson, Ronald Rooney, Traci LaLiberte, Amy Hewitt M.S.W. School of Social Work, University of Minnesota, 2006 Community Practice/ Human Service Management Concentration Title IV-E Child Welfare Fellow B.S.W. Metropolitan State University, 2005 Child Welfare Concentration Licensure Licensed Independent Social Worker (LISW), Minnesota #18987 RESEARCH INTERESTS Child welfare, foster care and adoption International child welfare Transracial and transnational adoption Children with disabilities Racial disparities Diversity and equity in social work practice, policy, research and education Social media and social networking technologies in social work TEACHING INTERESTS Introduction to Social Work Social Welfare History and Policy Human Behavior in the Social Environment Child Welfare Child Welfare Policy Privilege, Oppression, Diversity and Social Justice Research methods Permanency and Adoption International Social Work and Social Development 14

16 JURIED PUBLICATIONS Kim, J.R. (2014). Social work bibliography. Adoption & Culture, 4, Kimball, E. & Kim, J.R. (2013). Virtual boundaries: Ethical considerations for use of social in social work. Social Work. doi: /sw/swt005. media Kim, J.R. (2012). Some children see him: A transracial adoptee s view of color-blind Christianity. Journal of Christian Legal Thought 2(1). MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW AND IN PROGRESS Kim, J.R. (in press). Beyond adoptee exceptionalism: The single story of adoption. Journal of Social Distress and Homelessness. Accepted September 3, Kim, J.R. & Hall, B. (In review). Transracial and intercountry adoptions: School issues. In Fong, R. & McRoy, R. (Eds.) Transracial and intercountry adoptions: Cultural guidance for professionals and educators. New York: Columbia University Press. Accepted March 11, 2014 Kim, J.R., Piescher, K.A., LaLiberte, T.L. (manuscript in progress). Adoption disruption and dissolution in private, out of home care. Piescher, K.A., LaLiberte, T.L., & Kim, J.R. (manuscript in progress). General findings on study of children and youth in private, out of home care. BOOK CHAPTERS Kim, J.R. (2012). Breaking the silence: Teaching my children how to talk about race and racism. In Ost- Vollmers, K. and Rebholtz, A. (Eds.) Adoptees as Parents. CQT Media & Publishing. Kim, J.R. (2008). Waiting for God: Korean American Adoptee experiences of religion and spirituality. In David Yoo and Ruth Chung (Eds.) Religion and Spirituality in Korean America. Chicago, IL: University of Illinois Press. Kim, J.R. (2006). Scattered seeds: The Christian influence on the Korean adoption phenomenon. In Jane Jeong Trenka, Sun Yung Shin and Chinyere Oparah (Eds.) Outsider s within: Writing on Transracial Adoption. Cambridge, MA: South End Press. NON-REFERREED PUBLICATIONS AND REPORTS Kim, J.R. (2014). Internationally adopted children with disabilities in out of home care: Emerging research on adoptive parent perspectives. The Roundtable, 27(2). Available at Kim, J.R. (2013). Fearing the adult adoptee. Adoption Constellation Magazine, Fall, Kim, J.R. (2013). Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain: Learning how to be a critical consumer of adoption research. Gazillion Voices, 1(4). Kim, J.R. (2013). Cooking Lessons. In Chi, S. & Moberg Robinson, E. (Eds.) Voices of the American and Pacific Islander Experience. New York: Greenwood Press. Asian 15

17 Kim, J.R., Piescher, K., Stump, T., Helt, J., & LaLiberte, T. L. (2011). Comprehensive family assessment Fidelity. Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN. Kim, J.R., Piescher, K., & LaLiberte, T. L. (2010). Comprehensive family assessment formative evaluation: Findings, implications and recommendations. Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN. Kim, J.R. (2010). Forward and Introduction. In Dalros, K. and Coughlin, H.H. (Eds.). HERE: A Visual History of Korean Adoptees Living in Minnesota. TRAINING CURRICULUM MATERIALS Kim, J.R. (2012). Introduction to child welfare history, policy and process. Self-guided training curriculum for Permanency and Adoption Competency Certificate training program. Kim, J.R. (2012). Permanency and adoption through the lens of the relational worldview. Seven-hour training curriculum for Permanency and Adoption Competency Certificate training program. JURIED PRESENTATIONS Kim, J.R. & Wild Crea, J. Workshop. (2014, June). The intersection of disabilities and child welfare. Presented at the Society for Disability Studies Conference,Minneapolis, MN. Kim, J.R. (2014, June). International adoption: Current trends, policy and social work practice implications. Presented at the International Social Work Conference, Augsburg College, Minneapolis, MN. Kim, J.R. and Leo, K.H. (2014, May). Deconstructing disability and race in adoption. Presented at the St. John s University Adoption Initiative Conference, Queens, NY. McKee, K., Park Nelson, K. & Kim, J.R. (2014, March). Tracing adoption in the media. Presented at the Fifth International Conference on Adoption and Culture, Tallahassee, FL. Hill, K., LaLiberte, T., Kim, J.R. & Wild Crea, J. (2013, March). Collaboration to Improve Services for Children with Disabilities in Child Welfare. Presented at the Minnesota Social Service Association s 120 th Annual Training Conference and Expo, Minneapolis, MN. Kim, J.R. & Lee, S. (2012, November). Strengths and Challenges of Bringing Insider Experiences in Teaching, Research, and Practice. Presented at the Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, Washington, DC. Lee, S. & Kim, J.R. (2012, November). Graduate Student Perspectives on Diversity/Social Justice Integration in the MSW Curriculum. Presented at the Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, Washington, DC. Branco Alvarado, S., Kim, J.R., Cooper-Lewter, S.K. & O Loughlin, P. (2012, July). Beyond panels: Adopted persons as professionals. Presented at the North American Council on Adoptable Children (NACAC) 38 th Annual Conference, Crystal City, VA. 16

18 Riley, D., Swidler, E., Kim, J.R., Szymanski, J. (2012). Building an adoption competent mental health Workforce: Moving from development to national replication. Presented at the North American Council on Adoptable Children (NACAC) 38 th Annual Conference, Crystal City, VA. Kimball, E. & Kim, J.R. (2011, June). Virtual Boundaries: Ethical Considerations for the Use of Social Media in Social Work. Presented at thenational Association of Social Workers, Minnesota Chapter (NASW-MN) 21 st Annual State Conference, St. Paul, MN. Raleigh, E., McGinnis, H., Kim, J.R., & Ames, K. (2011, April). Generations after adoption: A conversation with adoptee parents. Presented at the Also-Known-As Conference, New York, NY. Kimball, E., Kim, J.R. & Singh, S. (2010, October). Moving beyond Moodle: Connecting the classroom to the community. Presented at the Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, Portland, OR. Kim, J.R. (2006, October). Considering culture in placement decisions: Conflicting best practices for the Indian Child Welfare Act and the Multiethnic Placement Act. Presented at the St. John s University 4 th Biennial adoption conference, New York, NY. Park Nelson, K. & Kim, J.R. (2006, October). Research from the inside out: Making space for adoptee researches and workers. St. John s University 4 th biennial adoption conference, New York, NY. Kim, J.R. (2005, April). Racial identity construction of transracially adopted persons. Presented at the 7 th Annual Minnesota Student Social Work Conference, Bemidji, MN. INVITED KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS Kim, J.R. (2012, October). Keynote. St. John s University 7 th biennial adoption conference, Best Interests of the Child? Race, Religion & Rescue in adoption. New York, NY. Kim, J.R. (2010, July). Keynote: A lifetime perspective on the developmental tasks of adopted persons. Pact Camp, Tahoe City, CA. INVITED AND OTHER COMMUNITY PRESENTATIONS Kim, J.R. Racial identity beyond adoption. Catalyst Foundation Vietnam Adoption Camp, July 11, 2014, Northfield, MN. Kim, J.R. How we got here: Understanding the historical roots of adoption in the United States. ICWA Education Day, November 7, 2013, William Mitchell College of Law, St. Paul, MN. Johnson, M., Kim, J.R. White Hawk, S., Lee, J. &Mason, M. Advocacy and social movement. Adoption Policy and Reform Collaborative s Reframing the adoption discourse conference, November 16, 2013, Macalester College, St. Paul, MN. Kim, J.R. (2013, April). What types of post-adoption services are needed? Coffee and Series, Families with Children from Asia, St. Paul, MN. Conversation Kim, J.R. (2012, May). Korean adoptees: The model minority of the model minority. AK Connection, Minneapolis, MN. 17

19 Riley, D., Borsheim, C., LaLiberte, T., & Kim, J.R. (2011, December). Meeting the challenge of providing adoption competent mental health services. Webinar, National Resource Center for Adoption, Chicago, IL. Kim, J.R., Kim, O.M., O Connor, R., Lee, S., Stracek, S. & Pate, S.J. (2011, September). What if? An adoptee s dilemma. Mu Performing Arts Community Forum, St. Paul, MN. Kim, J.R. (2011, February). Social media and social work. PhD Colloquium series, University of Minnesota School of Social Work, St. Paul, MN. Kim, J.R. (2010, May). Ambiguous loss and adoption. AK Connection, Minneapolis, MN. Kim, J.R. (2009, April). Considering race and culture in the best interests of the child. Child Welfare and Adoption Policy Panel, Doctoral Social Policy Conference, St. Paul, MN. Kim, J.R. (2009, March). Transracial Adoption: Supporting the Lifelong Journey. MN ASAP Conference: Strengthening Families: A Conference for Adoptive, Foster, Kinship Parents and Professionals, St. Paul, MN. Kim, J.R., Raun, W.L. & Studaker, P. (2009, February). Grief, Loss, and the 7 Core Issues in Adoption. 4 Keeps 2009 Speaker Series, Coon Rapids, MN. Kim, J.R. (2008, October). Issues in Transracial and International Adoption. MN ASAP St. Cloud Regional Conference, St. Cloud, MN. Kim, J.R. (2008, July). Ambiguous Loss and Adoption. Pact Family Camp. Loma Mar, CA. Kim, J.R. (2008, April). Transracial and Transnational Adoption in the GLBTQ Community. Rainbow Families Conference, Minneapolis, MN. Kim, J.R. (2008, March). Recruitment in the African American Community. Harambee Village Conference, St. Paul, MN. Kim, J.R. & Sakaeta, A. Racial Identity and Adoption. Midwest Adoption Conference. November 4, 2007, Palatine, IL. Kim, J.R. Ethical Considerations in Adoption. Midwest Adoption Conference. November 4, 2007, Palatine, IL. Kim, J.R. Feminism and Transracial Adoption. Feminist Fridays lecture series, College of St. Thomas, October 19, St. Paul, MN. Kim, J.R. (2007, October). Meet the Bloggers. Adoption Ethics and Accountability Conference, Evan B. Donaldson Institute and Ethica, Inc. Arlington, VA. Kim, J.R. (2007, August). Outsiders Within: Writing on Transracial Adoption. International Korean Adoptee Associations (IKAA) Gatherings, Seoul, South Korea. Kim, J.R. (2007, August). Our Space: The Korean Adoptee Community Connecting Online. International Korean Adoptee Associations (IKAA) Gatherings, Seoul, South Korea. 18

20 Kim, J.R. (2007, April). Transracial Adoption. Brown bag lecture for Hennepin County Human Services and Public Health Department. Minneapolis, MN. Kim, J.R. (2006, November). The Gift of Identity and The Importance of Cross Cultural Communication. MN-ASAP Positive Parenting in the Face of Challenge. Conference, St. Cloud, MN. Kim, J.R. (2005, July). Culturally Competent Parenting. Korean Adoptee- Adoptive Family Network (KAAN) Conference. Detroit, MI. Kim, J.R. (2005, July). Culturally Competent Parenting. Kamp Kimchee. Brainerd, MN. RESEARCH EXPERIENCE 1/2013 Present Principle Investigator Placement Stability for Intercountry Adoptees with Disabilities Doctoral Dissertation 12/2011 Present Research Associate School of Social Work, University of Minnesota Twin Cities A Survey of Children and Youth in Private Out-of-Home Placement in Minnesota Principle Investigator: Dr. Traci LaLiberte 3/2011 1/2012 Research Assistant School of Social Work, University of Minnesota Twin Cities Experiential Learning Native American (ELNA). Principle Investigators: Drs. Traci LaLiberte & Katie Johnson Goodstar 9/2009 1/2011 Research Assistant School of Social Work, University of Minnesota Twin Cities Ramsey County Comprehensive Family Assessment Project Funding: Children s Bureau Grant Principle Investigator: Dr. Traci LaLiberte 7/2009-7/2009 Research Assistant School of Social Work, University of Minnesota Twin Cities Cancer coping Principle Investigators: Drs. Helen Kivnick & Hee Lee 7/2009 7/2011 Principal Investigator Minnesota Adoption Resource Network, Minneapolis MN Program evaluation of the MN ADOPT program Funded by the MN Department of Human Services 1/2006 5/2006 Research Assistant Social Work Department, Metropolitan State University, St. Paul MN Steps to Awareness Principal investigator: Robert O Connor, MSW 1/2005 5/2005 Research Assistant 19

21 Social Work Department, Metropolitan State University, St. Paul MN Evaluation of African American Adoption Agency s recruitment methods 1/2003 5/2003 Principal Investigator Metropolitan State University, St. Paul MN Putting together the pieces: Identity construction of Korean Adoptees post- birth family reunion GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS 5/ Outstanding Pre-Dissertation Award St. John s University-Montclair State University 8 th Biennial Adoption Conference, Queens, NY 2013 Outstanding Leadership Award, School of Social Work, University of Minnesota 2012 President s Student Leadership and Service Award, University of Minnesota Leadership and Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) Fellowship, University of Minnesota Title IV-E Child Welfare Ph.D. Fellowship, University of Minnesota Hollister Fellowship, University of Minnesota 2006 Gertrude Friedman Prize, University of Minnesota Children s Services Leadership Program, University of Minnesota Title IV-E Child Welfare MSW Fellowship, University of Minnesota Multicultural Child Welfare Project Internship, Metropolitan State University 5/2004 Harry Specht Award, Metropolitan State University TEACHING EXPERIENCE - INSTRUCTOR OF RECORD 1/2014 Present Community Faculty MSW Course: Permanency in Child Welfare School of Social Work, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN 9/2013 5/2014 Community Faculty Field Instructor MSW Course: Field School of Social Work, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN 1/2013 5/2013 Community Faculty (2 sections) MSW Course: Permanency in Child Welfare School of Social Work, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN 20

22 9/ /2012 Community Faculty MSW Course: Human Behavior and the Social Environment School of Social Work, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN 1/2012 5/2012 Community Faculty BSW Course: Comparative Racial and Ethnic Analysis II Social Work, Metropolitan State University, St. Paul, MN 9/ /2007 Community Faculty BSW Course: Comparative Racial and Ethnic Analysis I Social Work, Metropolitan State University, t. Paul, MN 9/ /2006 Community Faculty BSW Course: Comparative Racial and Ethnic Analysis I Social Work, Metropolitan State University, St. Paul, MN TEACHING EXPERIENCE - TEACHING ASSISTANT 9/ /2014 MSW Course: Global Social Work and Social Development School of Social Work, University of Minnesota Twin Cities Instructor: David Hollister 9/ /2008 MSW Course: Advanced Practice in Child Welfare School of Social Work, University of Minnesota Twin Cities Instructor: Ronald Rooney UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE GUEST LECTURES 3/11/14 Introduction to Social Work: A Global Perspective (Undergraduate), University of Minnesota Twin Cities, International Adoption: History, Policy and Practice 10/2/13 Youth Studies Internship (Undergraduate), University of Minnesota Twin Cities, International Adoption and Child Welfare 10/12/2012 Psychology of Adoption (Undergraduate), University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Adoption Triad and Beyond 11//29/2010 Child Maltreatment (MSW), University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Adoption 11/20/2009 Family Sociology (Undergraduate), St. Catherine University, St. Paul, MN, "Transracial Adoption." 11/6/2009 Advanced Practice in Child Welfare (MSW), University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Adoption. 4/16/2009 Child Welfare (MSW), Moorhead State University, Moorhead, MN, Adoption 11/12/2007 Family Sociology (Undergraduate), St. Catherine University, St. Paul, MN, 21

23 "Transracial Adoption." 11/28/2005 Gender, Sexuality and Politics of the American Family (Undergraduate), University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Adoption: Minnesota Policy and Procedure TRAININGS 6/20/14 Integrating knowledge, values and skills. Permanency and Adoption Competency Certificate (University of Minnesota) and Training in Adoption Competency (Center for Adoption Support and Education). Baxter, MN 6/6/14 Race and ethnicity. Permanency and Adoption Competency Certificate (University of Minnesota) and Training in Adoption Competency (Center for Adoption Support and Education). Baxter, MN 5/16/14 Openness in adoption. Permanency and Adoption Competency Certificate (University of Minnesota) and Training in Adoption Competency (Center for Adoption Support and Education). Baxter, MN 4/25/14 Working with adoptive parents on managing children s behaviors. Permanency and Adoption Competency Certificate (University of Minnesota) and Training in Adoption Competency (Center for Adoption Support and Education). Baxter, MN 3/14/14 Adoptive family formation. Permanency and Adoption Competency Certificate (University of Minnesota) and Training in Adoption Competency (Center for Adoption Support and Education). Baxter, MN 2/21/14 Adoptive and birth families. Permanency and Adoption Competency Certificate (University of Minnesota) and Training in Adoption Competency (Center for Adoption Support and Education). Baxter, MN 1/31/14 Adopted adolescents and identity formation. Permanency and Adoption Competency Certificate (University of Minnesota) and Training in Adoption Competency (Center for Adoption Support and Education). Baxter, MN 1/10/14 Clinical issues: Attachment. Permanency and Adoption Competency Certificate (University of Minnesota) and Training in Adoption Competency (Center for Adoption Support and Education). Baxter, MN. 12/13/13 Trauma and brain neurobiology. Permanency and Adoption Competency Certificate (University of Minnesota) and Training in Adoption Competency (Center for Adoption Support and Education). Baxter, MN. 11/22/13 Clinical issues in adoption: Grief, loss and separation. Permanency and Adoption Competency Certificate (University of Minnesota) and Training in Adoption Competency (Center for Adoption Support and Education). Baxter, MN. 10/25/13 Clinical issues in planning, preparing for, and supporting adoption. Permanency and Adoption Competency Certificate (University of Minnesota) and Training in 22

24 Adoption Competency (Center for Adoption Support and Education). Baxter, MN. 10/11/13 Permanency and adoption through the lens of the Relational Worldview. Permanency and Adoption Competency Certificate (University of Minnesota), Baxter, MN. 5/19/2010 Activists, authors and academics: Adoptees changing the discourse on adoption. Webinar, Adoptees Have Answers (AHA). Minneapolis, MN. 12/9/2010 Passages: A lifetime perspective on the developmental tasks of adopted persons and ambiguous loss. Webinar, Adoptees Have Answers (AHA). Minneapolis, MN. 4/9/2009 The ABCs of Foster Care and Adoption. Our Voices Matter Mentoring Connections Training. Minnesota Adoption Resource Network. Minneapolis, MN. 4/4/2009 The ABCs of Foster Care and Adoption. Our Voices Matter Mentoring Connections Training. Minnesota Adoption Resource Network (MARN). Minneapolis, MN. 6/14/2008 Race Matters: What Does it Mean in Your Transracial Family? Developing Bi- Cultural Families. Training, Cultural Connections Conference, Iowa Foster and Adoptive Parent Association. Des Moines, IA. 6/13/2008 Transracial Adoption. Training, Cultural Connections conference, Iowa Foster and Adoptive Parent Association. Des Moines, IA. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 10/2011 Present Stability, Permanency and Adoption Coordinator Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare, University of Minnesota 2/ /2011 Permanency and Adoption Competency Certificate Project Manager Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare, University of Minnesota 3/ /2008 Adoption Information Clearinghouse Coordinator (Full Time) Minnesota Adoption Support and Preservation, Minnesota Adoption 9/2006 3/2008 Child-Specific Adoption Recruiter Hennepin County Human Services, Minneapolis, MN 9/2005 5/2006 Minnesota Child Welfare Training System Intern MN Department of Human Services, St. Paul, MN 2/2003 3/2005 Resident Assistant People, Inc. 1/2005 5/2005 Adoption/Guardianship Worker Ramsey County Community Human Services Department, St. Paul, MN 23

25 1/2004 5/2004 Adoption Worker African American Adoption Agency, St. Paul, MN UNIVERSITY SERVICE PhD Student Representative for the School of Social Work Council PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 2013 present PhD Student Member, CSWE Council on the Role of Women in Social Wor Education (Women s Council) Advisory Committee for MSW Thesis paper, University of St. Thomas Student Stephanie Bowman; Instructor Katharine Hill, PhD Advisory Committee for MSW Thesis Paper, University of St. Thomas Student Annika Hanson; Instructor Annette Semanchin Jones Metropolitan State University BSW Advisory Committee EDITORIAL AND JOURNAL REVIEW RESPONSIBILITIES Peer Reviewer, Journal of Public Child Welfare (2013, 2014) Peer Reviewer, Children & Youth Services Review (2012, 2013) COMMUNITY SERVICE 9/2012 present Board member, Minnesota Adoption Resource Network 2/2011 present Disability and Child Welfare Collaborative (DCWC), founding member 7/2012 present Adoption Policy and Reform Collaborative (APRC), founding member 6/2010 present Cultural Consultant, MN Department of Human Services, Minnesota Assessment of Parenting and Youth (MAPCY) Tool 1/2010 6/2012 Adoptees Have Answers (AHA), Minnesota Adoption Resource Network Advisory Board member Minnesota Department of Human Services Demonstration Project Advisor Board member University of Minnesota School of Social Work Student of Color Group, Founder VOLUNTEER SERVICE 11/3/2013 Volunteer, Circus of the Heart. Woodbury, MN. 7/2011 Pact Family Camp, Volunteer 12/2008 6/2009 Our Voices Matter, Minnesota Adoption Resource Network, Volunteer 24

26 7/2008 Pact Family Camp, Volunteer 10/2007 YWCA of Minnesota, Volunteer Facilitator, It s Time To Talk Forums on Race 8/2007 International Korean Adoptee Association (IKAA) Gathering, Volunteer counselor 11/2006 YWCA of Minnesota, Volunteer Facilitator, It s Time To Talk Forums on Race 7/2004 African American Adoption Agency volunteer 7/2003 Kamp Kimchee Baxter/Brainerd MN, volunteer Mentor Trainer Co-Chair, Unbound! Asian Women Write 7/2002 Kamp Kimchee, Baxter/Brainerd MN, volunteer counselor 7/2002 Korean Adoptee Adoptive Family Network (KAAN) Conference Asian American Artists Showcase, Curator Children s Home Society & Family Services, mentor M&M Mentor: Mentoring internationally adopted youth Befriender Program: Mentoring adolescent, at-risk mothers PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS 2009 Present Council on Social Work Education Minnesota Social Services Association, member CERTIFICATES May, 2011 May, 2011 Jan Jan Certificate in Disability Policy, University of Minnesota Master Trainer Training on Adoption Competency. Center for Adoption Support and Education, Burtonville, MD. May Permanency and Adoption Competency Certificate, Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN. Training on Adoption Competency Certificate. Center for Adoption Support and Education, Burtonville, MD. SELECTED MEDIA APPEARANCES/INTERVIEWS 9/12/13 Guest interview, Fox 9 News, Minnesota. Topic: Re-homing 3/30/13 Guest speaker, Minnesota Public Radio. Topic: Adoption 7/13/2012 Guest panelist, Daily Circuit Roundtable, Minnesota Public Radio. Topic: Adoption 25

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