1 CURRICULUM VITAE ELISABETH PORTER HURD, Ph.D. ACADEMIC RANK Associate Professor of Social Work, School of Human Environmental Sciences, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION Doctor of Philosophy in Social Work: The University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration, Master of Social Service Administration: Case Western Reserve University, School of Applied Social Sciences, Bachelor of Arts cum laude: Harvard University; Major: Anthropology, ACADEMIC TEACHING EXPERIENCE Present. Associate Professor of Social Work, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Department of Social Work Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Social Work Assistant Professor of Social Work, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Department of Social Work Visiting Assistant Professor of Social Work, University of Dayton, Department of Social Work. ACADEMIC HONORS AND AWARDS Nominated for Outstanding Teacher, School of Human Environmental Sciences, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2007 Outstanding Teacher Award Recipient, School of Human Environmental Sciences, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Nominated for University Teaching Excellence Award, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Outstanding Advisor Award Recipient, School of Human Environmental Sciences, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Edith Abbott Teaching Fellow, The University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration, Mentoring Award Recipient, UNCG Office for Adult Services, 199- & 2005 CAREER EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE
2 January July 1991 October July 1990 April March 1984 July April 1981 Clinical social worker, Parental Stress Services, Chicago, IL Planner/Researcher, Illinois Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities, Chicago, IL Senior Research Associate, Government of Canada, Committee on Sexual Offenses Against Children Child protection worker, Catholic Children s Aid Society, Toronto, Canada PUBLICATIONS Articles Published in Refereed Journals Hurd, E.P. (1998). Strength-based teaching in social work. Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work 3(2): Hurd, E.P. & Rogers, R. (1998). A friend and a brother: understanding the role of African American men in child-rearing. Journal of Family Social Work 3(1): Hurd, E.P. & Sawyer, K. (1997). Maintenance and change: a strengths perspective in evaluating a BSW program. Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work 2(2), Hurd, E.P. (1996). The color of the wrapping paper: teaching cultural diversity in a children s services course. Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work 1(2), Hurd, E.P. (1996). How we walk our path: African American child-rearing techniques to prevent violence. Family Perspective 30(2), Hurd, E.P., Moore, C., & Rogers, R. (1995). Quiet success: parenting strengths among African Americans. Families in Society 76(7), Hurd, E.P. & Edwards, M.J. (1995). A long time in this world: parental involvement among African American families. School Social Work Journal 20(1), Book Chapters Hurd, E.P., Moore, C., & Rogers, R. (1998). Quiet success: parenting strengths among African Americans. In J. Schriver. Human behavior and the social environment: shifting paradigms in essential knowledge for social work practice. (2nd edition). Boston: Allyn and Bacon. Articles in Juried Conference Proceedings Hurd, E.P. & Moore, C. (1995). Preventing violence by starting where the family is: the Greensboro Parental Involvement Project. In A. Rodgers (Ed.). Violence and the black family: implications for health, education, domestic relations, criminal justice, workplace,
3 child welfare, and human service systems. Conference Proceedings of the 1994 National Black Family Summit. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina. Book Reviews Hurd, E.P. (1996). Violence in the lives of adolescents, by M. Strauss. Families in Society 77(1), Hurd, E.P. (1995). Managing stress in families, by I. Falloon, M. Laporta, G. Fadden, & V. Graham-Hole. Families in Society 76(4), Reviews of publications for publishers Hurd, E.P. (19 ). Review of 4 th edition of Barbara Okun s. Hurd, E.P. (1994). Review of prospectus for Social Work with Children by Nancy Webb for Allyn & Bacon. Research & Technical Reports Hurd, E.P. (2004) The BSW Project: Evaluating Employers' Perceptions of Graduates' Competence. Hurd, E.P. (2002). Report to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools on the BSW program at UNCG. Claes, J. & Hurd, E.P. (1999). Departmental Report on GIFTTS Project, UNCG. Pruitt, C., Hurd, E.P. & Rife, J. (1999). Annual Bachelor of Science in Social Work Alumni Outcome Study. UNCG. Hurd, E.P. (1997). Each One, Reach One: Program Evaluation, Greensboro, NC: Black Child Development Institute. Hurd, E.P. (1994). Each One, Reach One: Program Evaluation, Greensboro, NC: Black Child Development Institute. Hurd, E.P. (1992). Each One, Reach One Summer Program: Program Evaluation, Greensboro, NC: Black Child Development Institute. Hurd, E.P. (1990). State of Illinois: 1990 Report to Congress. Springfield, IL: Illinois Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities, Raistrick, K. & Hurd, E.P. (1990). Illinois 1990 Deaf-Blind Census. Springfield, IL: Department of Rehabilitation Services.
4 Andriano, T., Hurd, E.P., & Grove, R. (1989). National trends in developmental disabilities planning. Springfield, IL: Illinois Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities. Andriano, T., Hurd, E.P., & Grove, R. (1987). A vision for the future: State plan, Springfield, IL: Governor s Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities. Andriano, T., Hurd, E.P., & Grove, R. (1987). Data and information report on service needs and issues affecting persons who are developmentally disabled, Vol. II. Springfield, IL: Governor s Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities. Hurd, E.P. (1986). Surveys of service providers and consumers In D. Morton (Ed.), Unification of services study. Springfield, IL: Illinois Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities. Andriano, T., Hurd, E.P., & Grove, R. (1986). Data and information report on service needs and issues affecting persons who are developmentally disabled, Vol. I. Springfield, IL: Governor s Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities. Badgley, R. & Hurd, E.P. (1984). Child protection services. In R. Badgley (Ed.), Sexual Offenses Against Children. Ottawa: Minister of Supplies & Services Canada. REFEREED PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS Hurd, E.P. Teaching cultural diversity from a strengths perspective Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA, October 30, Hurd, E. P. Methods to incorporate cultural diversity content into a children s services course Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon, October 24, Hurd, E.P. & Coakley, T. Parent to Parent: Empowering parents to advocate for their children s education National Black Child Development Institute Annual Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, October 10, Hurd, E.P. & Moore, C. We re doing it right: using African American parental strengths to make a difference for children National Black Child Development Institute Annual Conference, Seattle, Washington, October 8, Hurd, E.P. & Moore, C. Preventing violence by starting where the family is: the Greensboro Parental Involvement Project National Black Family Summit, Charleston, South Carolina, February 24, 1994.
5 Hurd, E.P. The sentry at the gate: decisions made by prosecutors in cases of child sexual abuse First International Interdisciplinary Research Symposium on Child Abuse and Neglect, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 18, INVITED PRESENTATIONS Hurd, E.P., Arbuckle, M., McCoy, R. Approaches to teaching cultural diversity from a strengths-based perspective CACE, UNCG, Hurd, E.P.& Jarvis, V. Helping students work with diverse populations, North Carolina Family-Faculty Institute, Flat Rock, NC, June 3, Hurd, E.P. & Solomon, P. Strengths-based teaching, North Carolina Family-Faculty Institute, Flat Rock, NC, June 4, Hurd, E. P. Strengths-based supervision, Raleigh: NC State & Meredith College, March 24, Hurd, E.P. GIFTTS: Strengths-based teaching, UNCG, March 19, Hurd, E.P. GIFTTS: Cultural competence, UNCG, Feb. 26, Hurd, E.P. Methods of exemplary teaching, HES Faculty Development seminar, January 23, Hurd, E.P. Preventing domestic violence, Greensboro Citivan Club, June 5, Hurd, E.P. & Moore, C. Methods of parental advocacy for African American parents, National Black Child Development Institute, Greensboro affiliate, January 18, Hurd, E.P. & Moore, C. Quiet success: parenting strengths among African Americans, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical University, Department of Sociology & Social Work Noon Seminar, January 25, Hurd, E.P. How to train volunteers to work with victims of child sexual abuse, Youth Focus, Greensboro, NC, December 8 & 9, Hurd, E.P. Understanding issues in child abuse, UNCG Department of Human Development & Family Studies, November 11, Hurd, E.P. Violence against women, UNCG Department of Sociology, November 4, Hurd, E.P. Issues around violence against women, UNCG Department of Sociology, March 2, 1993.
6 Hurd, E.P. Decisions made by prosecutors in cases of child sexual abuse, UNCG Department of Human Development & Family Studies Colloquium, November 15, FUNDED RESEARCH GRANTS 1997 Principle Investigator--Outcome Evaluation of Social Work Program. This project, funded with a UNCG Summer Excellence Research Award, will involve conducting qualitative interviews with employers and supervisors of graduates of the BSW program. ($4,000) Principle Investigator--Guilford Parent to Parent Program. This program, funded by the Greensboro Professional Women s Association, has empowered African American parents in their involvement with the public school system. ($500) Co-investigator (with Dr. John Rife & Carolyn Moore)--The Child Welfare Training Grant. This grant, funded by the State of North Carolina, supported students who were being taught to become child protection workers. ($16,000) Principle Investigator--Guilford County Parental Involvement Project. This project, funded by the UNCG, School of Human Environmental Sciences Foundation, involved conducting qualitative research concerning methods used by African American parents to educate their children. ($1,000) Co-investigator (with Carolyn Moore)--Greensboro Parental Involvement Project. This project, funded by the Lois and Samuel Silberman Fund, involved conducting qualitative research into the extent of African American parental involvement with their children s education. ($6,000). RESEARCH GRANTS APPLIED FOR 1996 Co-Investigator (with June Valdes, BCDI) Pathways to Parental Involvement to the Edward W. Hazen Foundation 1996 Co-Investigator (with Dr. Paige Smith, UNCG) Evaluating Community-based Domestic Violence Programs (US Dept. of Health & Human Services) PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AND CONSULTANCIES 2009 present Member, Family Life Council Scholarship Committee Consulting Editor, Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work Member, State Continuing Education Committee, National Association of Social Workers, North Carolina Chapter Member, Child Welfare Training System Evaluation Advisory Committee Research consultant, National Black Child Development Institute,
7 Greensboro affiliate Board of Directors member, National Black Child Development Institute, Greensboro affiliate Greensboro Task Force to Reduce Family Violence member Editorial reviewer, Families in Society 1995 Editorial consultant, Allyn & Bacon Publishing Company Editorial consultant, Brooks/Cole Publishing Company Consultant/trainer, Forsyth County Department of Social Services, Divisions of Child Protection & Child Welfare Guilford County Public Schools Family Resource Center Community Council member 1991 Research consultant, Illinois Department of Rehabilitation Services & State Board of Education Research consultant, Illinois Department of Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Chair, Illinois Deaf-Blind Interagency Committee UNIVERSITY, SCHOOL, AND DEPARTMENTAL SERVICE (UNCG) 2011 present Member, GBS Committee (GEC) 2010 present Member, GPR subcommittee (GEC) present Member, Faculty Learning Community 2000 present Faculty Advisor, Phi Alpha Honor Society 1998 present Member, Tenured Faculty Committee present Member, University Crisis Management Team 1991 present Member, BSW Committee Chair, University Academic Appeals Board University Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (Chair in & ) Member, Undergraduate Studies Council Member, General Education Task Force (GERTA) Member, University Student Conduct Appeals Committee Member, University Search Committee, Director of Assessment Member, General Education Curriculum Chairs Committee Member, Dissertation Committee, Sharon Cook (UNCG) Member, HES Faculty Council University Judicial Hearing Panelist Member, Undergraduate Studies Council Member, General Education Curriculum Chairs Committee Chair, Departmental BSW Committee Chair, Department of Social Work Student Recruitment, Progress, and Retention Committee Member, Birth-Kindergarten Interdisciplinary Committee Member, HES Outstanding Teaching Award Committee
8 Member, HES Planning Committee Senate Representative, University Undergraduate Curriculum Committee Member, HES Faculty Development Committee Member, University Academic Appeals Board Department of Social Work representative to the NC A&T MSW Search Committee Member, University Student Grievance Committee Human Subjects Review Departmental representative University Faculty Senator Faculty Advisor, Alpha Delta Mu Honor Society Member, University Tuition Policy Review Committee Member, Departmental BSSW Committee Member, HES School Council 1997 Chair, Subcommittee on HES Faculty Governance Step Ahead (Summer) Social Work Advisor Member, Mildred B. Davis Lecture Committee Member, University Planning Committee for proposed Center for the Study of Youth at Risk Member, Joint MSW Program Admissions Committee Chair, Mildred B. Davis Lecture Committee Chair, HES Elections Committee Member, Department of Social Work Academic Programs Committee Member, Department of Social Work MSW Search Committee 1994 Advisor to Departmental school social work program Member, Department of Social Work Field Committee Member, Joint Field Advisory Committee, UNCG & NC A&T Member, Department of Social Work Student Affairs Committee COURSES TAUGHT (UNCG) SWK 215 SWK 311 SWK 325 SWK 351 SWK 411 SWK 413 SWK 415 SWK 414 SWK 416 SWK 451/551 SWK 510B SWK 584 Introduction to Social Work Human Behavior and Social Environment Research Methods Professional Skills Social Work Methods I Field Instruction I Field Instruction Seminar I Field Instruction II Field Instruction Seminar II Independent Studies Social Work with Families in Crisis Social Services for Children
9 PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS National Association of Social Workers Phi Alpha, National Social Work Honor Society American Association of University Professors
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