1 Rutgers School of Social Work Faculty Publications (AY ) Ajmera M, Shen C, Pan X, Findley P., Rust G, Sambamoorthi U. (2013). Inhaled Anticholinergics use and All-Cause Mortality among Elderly Medicare Beneficiaries with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Int J Chron Obstruct Pulmon Dis.8, Alessi, E. J., Martin, J. I., Gyamerah, A., & Meyer, I. H. (2013). Prejudice events and traumatic stress among heterosexuals and lesbians, gay men, and bisexuals. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 22, Alessi, E. J. (2013) (Editor). Clinical Practice with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) Populations [Special issue]. Clinical Social Work Journal, 41(3), Alessi, E. J. (2013). Acknowledging the impact of social forces on sexual minority clients: Introduction to the special issue on clinical practice with LGBTQ populations. Clinical Social Work Journal. 41, Alessi, E. J. (2013). A framework for incorporating minority stress theory into treatment with sexual minority clients. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Mental Health. Advance on-line publication. doi: / Anderson, K.G., Briggs, K.E.L., and White, H.R Motives to Drink or Not to Drink: Longitudinal Relations Among Personality, Motives, and Alcohol Use Across Adolescence and Early Adulthood. Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research 37: Barchi, F. H., Kasimatis-Singleton, M., Kasule, M.,Khulumani, P., & Merz, J. F. (2013). Building research capacity in Botswana: A randomized trial comparing training methodologies in the Botswana Ethics Training Initiative. BMC Medical Education, 13:14. doi: / Boerner, K., Carr, D. & Moorman, S Family Relationships and Advance Care Planning: Do Positive Relations Encourage or Hinder Planning? Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences 68: Canada, K.E., Angell, B., & Watson, A.C. (2012). Intervening at the entry point: How CIT and non-cit officers describe responding to mental health related calls. Community Mental Health Journal, 48(6), Carr, D., Moorman, S. & Boerner, K End-of-Life Planning in a Family Context: Does Relationship Quality Affect Whether (and With Whom) Older Adults Plan? Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences 68: Christens, B.D., Peterson, N.A., Reid, R.J. & Garcia-Reid, P. (2012). Adolescents perceived control in the sociopolitical domain: A latent class analysis. Youth & Society. Published online before print December 4, 2012, doi: / X Clark, C. Nower, L., & Walker, D.M. (2013). The relationship of ADHD symptoms to gambling behavior in the USA: results from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health. International Gambling Studies, 13,
2 Clarke, N., Kim, S.-Y., White, H.R., Jiao, Y. and Mun, E.-Y Associations between Alcohol Use and Alcohol-Related Negative Consequences among Black and White College Men and Women. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 74: Craig, S. L., Austin, A., & Alessi, E. (2013). Gay affirmative cognitive behavioral therapy for sexual minority youth: Clinical adaptations and approaches. Clinical Social Work Journal, 41, Farmer, A.Y. & Hairston, T.* (2013): Predictors of Gang Membership: Variations Across Grade Levels, Journal of Social Service Research, DOI: / Farmer, A.Y. & Brown, K. (2013). Parental religious service attendance and adolescent substance use, Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Social Work: Social Thought, 32, Fleming, C.F., White, H.R., Haggerty, K.P., Abbott, R.D., and Catalano, R.F Educational Paths and Substance Use in Early Adulthood. Journal of Drug Issues 42: Forenza, B.*, Simmel. C, & Phillips, A. (2012). Summer Housing and Internship Program (SHIP) 2012 Final Report. Report prepared for New Jersey s Department of Children and Families. Rutgers University School of Social Work. Germak, A. J. (2013). Guest editorial note. Administration in Social Work, 37(2), Germak, A. J. (2013). [Review of the book The third sector: Dialogues in critical management studies (Volume 1) edited by Richard Hull, Jane Gibbon, Oana Branzei, Helen Haugh]. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 24(1), Greenfield, E.A., Morton, C.*, Birkenmaier, J., & Rowan, N. (2013). Optimizing geriatric social work education: Program and individual characteristics that promote competencies. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 56, Greenfield, E.A., Scharlach, A., Lehning, A., Davitt, J., & Graham, C. (2013). A tale of two community initiatives for promoting aging in place: Similarities and differences in the national implementation of NORC programs and Villages. The Gerontologist (advance access). Greenfield, E.A. (2013). The longevity of community aging initiatives: A framework for describing NORC programs sustainability goals and strategies. Journal of Housing for the Elderly, 27 (1/2), / Greenfield, E.A., Davis, R., & Fedor, J.* (2013). The impact of international social work education: Study abroad versus on-campus courses. Journal of Social Work Education, 48(4), doi: /JSWE Greenfield, E.A., & Shpiegel, S.* (2012). Graduates` perspectives on a national specialized program in social work and aging. Journal of Social Work Education, 48(2), Goulet J.L., Brandt C., Crystal S., Fiellin D., Gibert C., Gordon A., Kerns R., Maisto S., Justice A.C. (2013). Agreement Between Electronic Medical Record-based and Self-administered Pain Numeric Rating Scale: Clinical and Research Implications. Medical Care 51(3): Han, W-J., Huang, C-C., & Williams, M.K. (2013). The role of parental work schedule in CPS involvement. Children and Youth Services Review. 35,
3 Huang, C-C., & Ku, Y-W. (2012). Resource allocation in families with children in Taiwan: Do poverty and family structure make differences? Journal of Poverty, 16, Huang, C-C., Postmus J. L., Vikse, J. H., & L. Wang. (2013). Economic Abuse, Physical Violence, and Union Formation. Children and Youth Services Review, 35 (5), Ingersoll-Dayton, B., Spencer, B., Kwak, M., Scherrer, K. S., Allen, R.A., & Campbell, R. (2013). The Couples Life Story Approach: A dyadic intervention for dementia. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 56(3), Joo, M., & Kim, J. (2013). Net effects of poverty on welfare use and dependency among children by family immigration and citizenship statuses. Children and Youth Services Review, 35(9), Joo, M. (2013). Explaining heterogeneity in the child poverty rate among immigrant families: Differences by parental citizenship. Children and Youth Services Review, 35, DOI information: /j.childyouth Kim, J. (2012). Educational differences in marital dissolution: Comparison of White and African American women. Family Relations, 61(4), Kranke, D., Jackson, S. E., Floersch, J., and Anderson-Fye, E. P. (2013). What are college students saying about psychiatric medication? Health, 5(3a), [open access, doi:10:4236/health a079]. Kranke, D., Taylor, D., Jackson, S., Floersch, J., & Anderson-Fye, E. (2013). College student disclosure of non-apparent disabilities to receive classroom accommodations. Journal of Postsecondary Education & Disability, 26(1), Kudo, F., Longhofer, J., & Floersch, J. (2012). On the origins of early leadership: The role of authoritative parenting practices and mastery orientation. Leadership, 8(4), LaSala, M. C. (2013). Out of the darkness: Three waves of family research and the emergence of family therapy for gay and lesbian people. Clinical Social Work 41 (3), LaSala, M. C. & Frierson, D. (2012). African American gay youth and their families: Redefining masculinity, coping with racism and homophobia. Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Family Studies, 8, Lee, C. and White, H.R The Effects of Childhood Maltreatment on Violent Injuries and Premature Death During Young Adulthood Among Urban High-Risk Men. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine 166(9): Li, Y., Han, W-J., & Huang, C-C. (2012). Development of social work education in China: Background, current status and prospect. Journal of Social Work Education, 48(4), Longhofer, J. & Floersch J. (2012). The coming crisis in social work: Some thoughts on social work and science. Research on Social Work Practice, 22,
4 Mallet, K.A., Varvil-Weld, L., Borsari, B., Read, J.P., Neighbors, C., and White, H.R An Update of Research Examining College Student Alcohol-Related Consequences: New Perspectives and Implications for Interventions. Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research 37: Marsh, J.C., Angell, B., Andrews, C., & Curry, A. (2012). Client-Provider Relationship and Treatment Outcome: A Systematic Review of Substance Abuse, Child Welfare, and Mental Health Services Research. Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research, 3(4), McCoyd, Judith L. M. (2013). Preparation for prenatal decision-making: a baseline of knowledge and reflection in women participating in prenatal screening. Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics & Gynecology, 34(1), 3-8. McMahon, S., Hoffman, M., McMahon, S.*, Zucker, S., Koenick, Ruth Anne. (2013). What Would You Do? Strategies for Bystander Intervention to Prevent Sexual Violence. Journal of College and Character. Volume 14, Issue 2, Pages McMahon, S., Postmus, J.L., Warrener, C.*, Plummer, S.B, & Schwartz, R. (2013). Evaluating the effect of a specialized course on violence against women. Journal of Social Work Education, 49(2), Mechanic, D., McAlpine, D., Rochefort D. Mental Health and Social Policy: Beyond Managed Care. Sixth Edition. Boston: Pearson, Murshid, N.S.* & Sanyal, A. (2013). What was Shahbag up against? Radical Islam in Bangladesh. Economic and Political Weekly, 48(26-27), Murshid, N.S.* (2013). The Shahbag Uprising: War crimes and forgiveness. Economic and Political Weekly, 48(10), Murshid, N.S.* (2012). Intergenerational transmission of domestic violence in Bangladesh. Journal of Bangladesh Studies, 14(2), Nepomnyaschy, L., Hegvi, T., Ostfeld, B. and Reichman, N. (2012). Developmental Outcomes of Late Preterm Infants at 2 and 4 Years of Age. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 16: Nower, L., Martins, S.S., Lin, K-H, & Blanco, C. (2013). Subtypes of disordered gamblers: Results from the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions (NESARC). Addiction, 108, Nower, L., Martins, S.S., Lin, K-H, & Blanco, C. Subtypes of disordered gamblers: results from the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions. Addiction (online-first edition). Ocasio, K.*, Morton, C.*, Simmel, C. (2013). An exploration of child welfare disparity differences between states. Journal of Public Child Welfare, 7(1), Ocasio, K.*, Simmel, C., Phillips, A., Kim, S., & Kim, M.S*. (2013). Implementation of New Jersey s School Based Youth Services Program in Middle Schools. Report prepared for New Jersey s Department of Children and Families. Rutgers University School of Social Work. Postmus, J. L. (Ed.) (2013). Sexual Violence and Abuse: An Encyclopedia of Prevention, Impacts, and Recovery. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.
5 Postmus, J. L., Plummer, S., McMahon, S. & Zurlo, K. (2012). Financial literacy: Building economic empowerment with survivors of violence. Journal of Family and Economic Issues. DOI /s Postmus, J.L., Huang, C.C. & Stylianou, A.M.* (2012). The impact of economic abuse on maternal mental health and parenting. Children and Youth Services Review, 34: Postmus, J., Plummer, S., McMahon, S., Murshid, N.S.*, & Kim, M. S.* (2012). Understanding economic abuse in the lives of survivors. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 27 (3), Pudrovska, T., Carr, D., McFarland, M. & Collins, C Higher-Status Occupations and Breast Cancer: A Life-Course Stress Approach. Social Science & Medicine 89: Ray, A.* (2012) Tribal Movement and Maoism in India: A gendered Analysis. International Journal on Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, 11(5), Simmel, C. & Shpiegel, S.* (2013). Describing the context and nature of emotional maltreatment reports in children. Children and Youth Services Review, 35(4), Simmel, C., Shpiegel, S*., & Murshid, S. N.* (2012). Foster care alumni and postsecondary support: Exploring variation in state support. Journal of Policy Practice, 12, Simmel, C., Postmus, J. L., & Lee, I. (2012). Sexual revictimization in adult women: Examining factors associated with their childhood and adulthood experiences. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 21: Simmel, C., Ocasio, K.*, Redcay, A*., Forenza, B.*, Murshid, N.S.*, & Kim, S. (2012). Reflections on New Jersey s Case Practice Model. Report prepared for New Jersey s Department of Children and Families. Rutgers University School of Social Work. Simmel, C., Morton, C.M.* & Cucciotta, G. (2012). Understanding extended involvement with the child welfare system. Children and Youth Services Review, 34(9), Singh, K.K., & Lundgren, P. (2012). Tertiary diversity management: A critical success factor in modern nonprofit human services leadership. Journal for Nonprofit Management, 15(1), Sinha, J. W. (2013). Examining pro s and con s of collaboration with small to mid-sized, grassroots and strongly faith-based partners. Journal of Leadership Studies 7(1), Sinha, J. W. (2013). Unintended impact of the Faith-Based Initiative: Examining the use of religious identity among faith-based human services organizations. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 42, Speer, P.W., Peterson, N.A., Armstead, T.L. & Allen, C.T. (2013). The influence of participation, gender, and organizational sense of community on psychological empowerment: Moderating effects of income. American Journal of Community Psychology, 51, Stylianou, A.M.* Definitions of Sexual Abuse (2013). In J.L. Postmus (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Sexual Violence and Abuse. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.
6 Stylianou, A.M.* Cumulative Abuse (2013). In J.L. Postmus (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Sexual Violence and Abuse. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. Stylianou, A.M.* & McMahon, S. (2013) Requiring Continuing Education Units (CEU's) on Interpersonal Violence. Social Work Journal, 58, 2, Stylianou, A.M.* The O.J. Simpson Trial and Domestic Violence (2013). In L. L. Finley (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Domestic Violence. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. Stylianou, A.M.* Batterer's Intervention (2013). In L.L. Finley (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Domestic Violence. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. Walter, C. A. & McCoyd, J. L.M. (2013). Grief and loss across the lifespan: A biopsychosocial approach (2 nd edition). New York: Springer Publishing. Warrener, C.*, Postmus, J. L., & McMahon, S. (2013). Professional efficacy and working with survivors of domestic violence or sexual assault. Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, 28(2): Warrener, C.W.*, Koivunen, J. & Postmus, J.L. (2013). Economic self-sufficiency among divorced women: Impact of depression, abuse, and efficacy. Journal of Divorce & Remarriage, 54: Watson, A.C., & Angell, B. (2013). The role of stigma and uncertainty in moderating the effect of procedural justice on cooperation and resistance in police encounters with persons with mental illnesses. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 19(1), /a White, H.R., Fite, P., Pardini, D., Mun, E.-Y., and Loeber, R Moderators of the Dynamic Link between Alcohol and Aggressive Behavior among Adolescent Males. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 41: Windsor, L. (2013). Using Concept Mapping for Community-Based Participatory Research: Paving the Way for Community-Based Health Interventions for Oppressed Populations. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 7(3), P DOI: / Windsor, L. & Murugan, V. (2012). From the Individual to the Community: Perspectives about Substance Abuse Services. Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 12(4), Windsor, L., Benoit, E., Ream, G., & Forenza, B.* (2012) The Provider Perception Inventory: Psychometrics of a scale designed to measure provider stigma about HIV, substance abuse, and MSM behavior. Aids Care, 1-Doi: / Windsor, L., Dunlap, E., & Armour, M. (2012) Surviving oppression under the Rock: The intersection of New York drug, welfare, and educational polices in the lived experiences of low income African American. Journal of Ethnicity and Substance Abuse, 11(4). Yoo, J. A., & Huang, C-C. (2012). The effects of domestic violence on children's behavior problems: Assessing the moderating roles of poverty and marital status. Children and Youth Services Review, 34, 12, Zippay, A. & Son, E. (2013) Community approaches to the siting of psychiatric housing. Journal of Community Practice, 21 (1-2),
7 Jang., S.J., Zippay, A., & Park, R. (2012). Work schedule flexibility, work spillover, and stress: Moderating effects of family roles. Journal of Marriage and Family, 74, Yoo, J.A., & Zippay, A. (2012). Social networks among elderly Korean immigrants in the U.S. Journal of Aging Studies, 26(3), Zurlo, K. A., & Beach, C. M. (2013). Racial disparities in depression care among older adults: Can the perspectives of clinicians and patients be reconciled? Current Translational Geriatrics and Gerontology Reports, 2, doi: /s z. Zurlo, K. A. (2012). Private pension protections since ERISA: The expanded role of the individual. Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare, 39(4), Kim, H., Yoon, W., & Zurlo, K. A. (2012). Health shocks, out-of pocket medical expenses, and consumer debt. Journal of Consumer Affairs, 46(3), doi: /j x. * Indicates Doctoral Student
8 Rutgers School of Social Work Faculty Presentations (AY ) Angell, B., Matthews, E.B., Barrenger, S., Watson, A.C., & Draine, J. (2013, July). Engagement Processes in Model Programs for Prison Reentry for SMI. Presented at the XXXIInd International Congress on Law and Mental Health, Amsterdam. Angell, B. (2013, July). Inside the Black Box of FACT. Presented at the XXXIInd International Congress on Law and Mental Health, Amsterdam. Angell, B. (2013, June). (keynote address). Treatment Engagement and Motivation. Annual summer conference of University Behavioral Healthcare and Intensive Family Support Services, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Angell, B. (2013, May). (invited presentation). Analyzing Medication-Related Communication Between Consumers and Providers in Assertive Community Treatment: A Comparison of Top-Down and Bottom- Up Methods. New Hampshire-Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center. Angell, B. (2013, May). Overview of Mixed Methods Research. Presented to the Center for Aging Research, Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, Geisel Medical School at Dartmouth. Angell, B. (2013, February).Treatment Motivation and Engagement. Presented at the NAMI Middlesex County Winter Speaker Series. Angell, B., Barrenger, S., Matthews, E.B.*, Watson, A.C., & Draine, J. (2013, January) Engagement Processes in Model Programs for Prison Reentry for SMI. Presented at the Society for Social Work and Research annual meeting. Angell, B., Townsend, L. (2012, October). Designing and Conducting Mixed Methods Studies. Workshop presented at Fordham University School of Social Work. Barrenger, S., Angell, B., Draine, J. (2013, January). The Impact of the Risk Environment on the Reentry Process for Persons with Serious Mental Illnesses Leaving Prison. Presented at the Society for Social Work and Research annual meeting. Behan, D. (2013, May). I Have a Name: Understanding the Medically Ill Patient's World. Workshop presentation at the annual conference of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) New Jersey Chapter, Atlantic City, NJ. Behan, D. (2012, October). Panel: Certificate Programs: The Why, What, and How of Successful Programs. Council for Social Work Education (CSWE), Washington, DC. Carr, D. (2013, June). Coping with Loss over the Life Course: Which Resources Protect against the Harmful Psychological Effects of Divorce and Widowhood? Resources in Times of Vulnerability: Multiple Perspectives. Swiss National Center of Competence in Research, University of Geneva. Carr, D. (2013, March). We Don t Die Alone: The Role of Family in End-of-Life Planning and Bereavement. Population Studies Center, University of Texas-Austin.
9 Cheryomukhin, A.* & Peterson, N.A. (2013, June). Measuring relational and intrapersonal empowerment: Testing instrument validity in a former soviet country with a secular Muslim culture. Presentation at the 2013 Biennial Conference of the Society for Community Research and Action, Miami, FL. Conrod, P.J., Beccaria, F., Fromme, K., Latvala, A., Stewart, S.H., Wiers, R.W. and White, H.R. (2012, November). Recommendations. Invited presentation at the European Parliament. Brussels, Belgium. Crystal S. (2013, February). Decreasing Inappropriate Use of Antipsychotic Medications in Nursing Homes. MEDNET webinar for state leaders on appropriate use of medications in nursing homes. Crystal S. (2012, October). Implementing Metric-Based Continuous Quality Improvement Initiatives for Safe, Effective, and Appropriate Psychotropic Use for Medicaid Beneficiaries. Invited presentation for session on The Future of Medicaid Drug Policy, Annual Meeting of the National Association of Medicaid Directors. Crystal S. (2012, September). Addressing Challenges in Implementing Quality Metrics and Incorporating Evidence-Based Quality Improvement Practices in State Medicaid and Mental Health Programs. Presentation for session on Overcoming Practical Challenges in Spreading Evidence-Based Practices for Delivery System Improvement, AHRQ Annual Meeting. Crystal S. (2012, August). Understanding and Improving the Quality of Psychotropic Management and Mental Health Services for Foster Youth: Metric-Driven State QI Strategies. Presented at Children s Bureau/ACYF State Summit Conference, Because Minds Matter: Collaborating to Strengthen Management of Psychotropic Medications for Children and Youth in Foster Care. Washington, D.C. Davis, R. & Bess, A. (2013, May). Planning, developing and supporting the social service workforce within the context of Sub Saharan Africa. Presentation at the Network for Social Work Management Conference, Newark, NJ. Donnelly, L*. & Nepomnyaschy, L. (2013, March) Head Start Participation and Nonresident Father Involvement. Paper presented at the Population Association of America Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA. Donnelly, L.*, Peterson, N.A. & Farmer, A.Y. (2012, November). Evaluating the implicit curriculum in social work education: Impacts on student outcomes. Presentation at the 58th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Washington, DC. Draine, J., Herman, D., Angell, B., Kriegel, L., Brusilovsky, E., & Dickert, J. (2013, January). Critical Time Intervention for Men with Mental Illness Leaving Prison: Study Design and Preliminary Results. Presented at the Society for Social Work and Research annual meeting. Edwards, R., Pottick, K. & Lu, S.* (2012, June). Developmental Trends in Social Work Education in the United States. Paper presented at the International Symposium on Sino-US Social Work Education and Studies: Comparison and Innovation, The Graduate School of China Academy of Social Science, Beijing, China. Farmer, A. Y. (2013, June). Evaluating agency-based practice within the context of diversity. Invited plenary speaker at the 9th International Conference on the Evaluation of Practice, Chautauqua, New York.
10 Finnerty M., Kealey E., Klima J., Leckman-Westin E., Kelleher K., Olfson M., Bilder S., Crystal S., Neese-Todd S., Groseclose C., Byron S., Scholle S. (2013, June). Development of a Suite of Antipsychotic Measures for Youth in Medicaid and in Foster Care. Presented at Academy Health Annual Research Meeting, Baltimore, MD. Floersch, J. & Longhofer, J. (2013, July). Science in Social Work Roundtable: Epistemology (Fact/Value). IslandWood, Bainbridge Island, WA. Floersch, J., Longhofer, J., Suskewicz, J., Jaffe-Foger, M. (2013, March). Case Studies and Research: Opening a Conversation. Presentation at the American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work, Durham, NC. Foster, A., & Scherrer, K. (2013, February). The need for culturally competent practice with asexual identified clients. In Symposium, New Directions in Psychological Research with Sexual Minority Populations, chaired by M. Brewster, at the Annual Meeting of the Columbia Teachers College Winter Roundtable, New York, NY. Germak, A. J. (2013, June). The charitable deduction: How tax policy affects philanthropy in the United States. Invited lecture at Renmin University, Beijing, China. Germak, A. J. (2013, May). Financial management strategies for sustaining human services in an uncertain environment. Workshop presentation at the annual conference of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) New Jersey Chapter, Atlantic City, NJ. Germak, A. J. (2012, December). The importance of the entrepreneur in social enterprise development. Paper presentation at the International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Towards Social Equity and Cohesion in Asia, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, China. Gordon K., Edelman E.J., Justice A.J., Crystal S., Rimland D., Korthuis P.T., Day M., Duggal M., Akgun K., Bryant K.J., Fiellin D.A. (2013, June). Sexual Risk Behaviors Among Minority Men With and Without HIV who Have Sex with Men. Presented at Second International Conference on Prevention and Infection Control (ICPIC), Geneva. Greenwood, C. Findley, P. (2013, May). Do all states support the Military Family Licensing Leave Act? Poster presentation at the National Association of Social Workers of New Jersey annual meeting, Atlantic City, NJ. Hofferth, S., Flood, S., Carr, D. & Lee, Y. (2013, April). Active Lifestyle, Health, and Perceived Wellbeing. Population Association of America 2013 annual meeting. Huang, C-C, Lu, S.*, Y. T. Lin, & Vikse, J. H. (2013, June). Effectiveness of Social Welfare Programs in China. Oral presentation in the International Conference on Various Aspects of Chinese Studies in the Global Age. New Brunswick, NJ. Huang, C-C. (2013, June). Welfare Reform in the United States: History, Issues, and Effects. Oral presentation in International Symposium Social Policy and Social Work Research in China and United States: Comparison and Innovation. Nankai University, Tianjin, China. Jessell, L., Windsor, L., Smith, V. & Jemal, A.* (2013, May). Maximizing Collaboration through Power Sharing: The Newark Community Collaborative Board. Talk given at the Network for Social Work Management 24th Annual Institute, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ.
11 Kim, J., & Joo, M. (2013, January). Trends and determinants of dropouts' educational mobility: A crosscohort study. Poster presented at the 17th Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR), San Diego, California. Knight, W. & Sinha, J.W., (2013, May). Panel: Hope against Hope: Choices and Challenges of Smaller Agencies Regarding Collaboration and Strategies while 'Keep on Keeping on. The Network for Social Work Management, Newark, NJ. Kwong, J., Findley, P. (2013, April). Developing an interprofessional collaborative practice model in a nurse-managed health center. Poster presentation at the 31st Annual International Interprofessioanl Technology Conference, Atlantic City, NJ. LaSala, M. C. (2013, June) Plenary: American Family Therapy Academy Plenary: Monogamy Not Required: Lessons from Gay Male Couples. Chicago. LaSala, M. C. (2013, May). Coming Out, Coming Home: Helping Families Adjust to a Gay or Lesbian Child. South Carolina American Marriage and Family Therapy Association. Lamar, M.W., Stager, D. (2012, May). Cover Y(our) Butts: Keeping Social Work Practice Ethical and Effective. Workshop presentation at the annual conference of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) New Jersey Chapter, Atlantic City, NJ. Lister, J.J.*, Nower, L., & Wohl, M.J.A. (2013, May). The relationship of vulnerability factors and persistence during slot machine play. 15th International Conference on Gambling & Risk Taking. Las Vegas, NV. Lister, J.J.*, Nower, L., & Wohl, M.J.A. (2013, May). Goal setting, chasing and persistence during slot machine play. 15th International Conference on Gambling & Risk Taking. Las Vegas, NV. Lin, Y. T., & Huang, C-C. (2013, June). Effectiveness of Social Welfare Programs in Taiwan. Oral presentation in the International Conference on Various Aspects of Chinese Studies in the Global Age. New Brunswick, NJ. Lu, S.*, Y. T. Lin, Vikse, J. H., & C-C Huang. (2013, June). Social Welfare and Status of Left-Behind Children in China. Oral presentation in International Symposium Social Policy and Social Work Research in China and United States: Comparison and Innovation. Nankai University, Tianjin, China. Lu, S.*, Y. T. Lin, Vikse, J. H., & C-C Huang. (2012, December). Effectiveness of Social Welfare Programs on Poverty Reduction and Income Inequality in China. Oral presentation in the International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation. Guangzhou, China. Mayers, R.S. & Fulghum, F.H. (2013, March). Teaching Research Online: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Social Science Association, New Orleans, LA. Mayers, R.S., Wiggins, L.L., Fulghum, F.H. & Peterson, N.A. (2013, January). Using Geographically Weighted Regression to Analyze Spatial Data. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Social Work Research, San Diego, CA.
12 McCoyd, J. L. M. (2013, May). Determinism or Influence: new information on genetics and behavioral health. B More Involved: Advocacy in Perinatal Social Work (37th Annual Conference of the National Association of Perinatal Social Workers). Baltimore, MD. Munch, S. (2013, May). Compassion fatigue: The costs of caring. Paper presented at the meeting of the Seventeenth International Congress of the International Society of Psychosomatic Obstetrics & Gynecology, Berlin, Germany. Nepomnyaschy, L. (2013, March). Nonresident Father Involvement and Child Obesity. Paper presented at the Population Association of America Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA. Nepomnyaschy, L., Miller, D.*, Garasky, S., & Nanda, N. (2012, November). Nonresident Father Involvement and Childhood Hunger. Paper presented at the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management Annual Meeting. Baltimore, MD.. Nepomnyaschy, L. & Donnelly, L. (2012, November). Family Structure, Father Involvement and Childhood Injuries. Paper presented at the Council for Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, Washington, DC. Nower, L., Martins, S.S., Lin, K-H, & Blanco, C. (2013, May). Exploring the Pathways Model subtypes in an nationally-representative U.S. sample [SPECIAL SESSION]. 15th International Conference on Gambling & Risk Taking. Las Vegas, NV. Peterson, N.A. (2013, June). Measuring psychological empowerment: Advances in theory and methodology. Symposium chair at the 2013 Biennial Conference of the Society for Community Research and Action, Miami, FL. Peterson, N.A. & Reid, R.J. (2013, June). Testing a phrase completion response option format in a measure of intrapersonal empowerment. Presentation at the 2013 Biennial Conference of the Society for Community Research and Action, Miami, FL. Peterson, N.A. (2013, June). Measuring sense of community: Testing a phrase completion format in the Brief Sense of Community Scale. Presentation at the 2013 Biennial Conference of the Society for Community Research and Action, Miami, FL. Peterson, N.A., Farmer, A.Y., Zippay, A. & Forenza, B.* (2012, November). Paths to student empowerment: Characteristics of the implicit curriculum. Presentation at the 58th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Washington, DC. Postmus, J.L. & Davis, R. (2012, May) Examining Gender Based Violence & Abuse in Liberian Schools: A Joint Project between Rutgers University and Cuttington University. Invited presentation for the Liberian Research Consortium. Monrovia, Liberia. Postmus, J.L., Huang, C.C., & Stylianou, A.M.* (2013, January) The impact of economic abuse on maternal mental health and parenting. Paper presented at the 17th Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, San Diego, CA. Postmus, J.L., Huang, C.C., & Stylianou, A.M.* (2012, November) The impact of economic abuse on maternal mental health and parenting. Paper presented at the 58th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Washington, DC.
13 Pottick, K., Edwards, R. & Lu, S.* (2013, June). Patterns and Trends in U.S. Social Work Education: Opportunities for Innovation. Oral presentation in International Symposium Social Policy and Social Work Research in China and United States: Comparison and Innovation. Nankai University, Tianjin, China. Quincy, R. & Battle, S. (2013, May). The Global Social Worker and Disaster Relief. Tsinghua University, Beijing, China.. Quincy, R. & Battle, S. (2013, June). The Role of Government, Nonprofit, and Grassroots Organizations in Disaster Response and Recovery; Superstorm Sandy, A Case Study. Nankai University, Tianjin, China. Ray, K., Strong, J., Findley, P., Torres, R., Pickett, L., Byrne, R. (2013, May). Working with veterans and their families. Panel presentation at the National Association of Social Workers of New Jersey annual meeting, Atlantic City, NJ. Raymo, J.M., Carr, D. (2013, April). Marriage and Mental health in Mid-life: A U.S.-Japan Comparison. Population Association of America 2013 annual meeting. Scherrer, K. S., Ingersoll-Dayton, B., & Spencer, B. (2012, November). Narrative practice insights from a dyadic dementia intervention. Presented at The Gerontological Society of America s Annual Conference in San Diego, CA. Simmel, C. (2012, October). Moderator: developing cooperative research agendas (University-Agency Partnerships). Session in the Wicked Problems of Child Welfare and their Incomplete Solutions. Chicago, Illinois. Singh, K. & Denichilo, M. (2013, May). Training Social Work Clinicians and Managers in Social Entrepreneurship Practice: An Evidence-Based Approach. National Association of Social Workers New Jersey Chapter Annual Conference, Atlantic City, NJ. Singh, K. (2013, April). Trapped: Stories from Puppets of Patriarchy. Rutgers Centers for Global Advancement And International Affairs Videoconference (Session Moderator), New Brunswick, NJ. Singh, K. & Alessi, E. (2012, November). Preventing Racial and Sexual Orientation Microaggressions in the Workplace. Council on Social Work Education Annual Conference, Washington, DC. Sinha, J. W. (2012, November). Grassroots Collaborators in a Public Initiative: Whether Strongly Faith-Based Partners Influenced Collaboration and Service Delivery. Association for Research on Nonprofit and Voluntary Associations (ARNOVA), Indianapolis, IN. Sinha, J. W., Quincy, R., Shpiegel, S. & Germak, A., (2012, October). Panel: How Social Work Schools Build Critical Leadership Capacity in Nonprofit Human Services. Council for Social Work Education (CSWE), Washington, DC. Stewart, S.H., Conrod, P.J., Latvala, A.,Wiers, R.W., and White, H.R. (2012, November). Prevention of Alcohol Use and Misuse in Youth: A Comparison of North American and European Approaches. Invited presentation at the European Parliament. Brussels, Belgium. Vikse, J. H., Huang, C-C., Lu, S.*, & Yi. S. (2013, June). Children s Exposure to Intimate Partner Violence and Early Delinquency. Oral presentation in International Symposium Social Policy and Social
14 Work Research in China and United States: Comparison and Innovation. Nankai University, Tianjin, China. White, H.R., Huh, D., Atkins, D.C., Mun, E.-Y., Ray, A.E., Kim, S.-Y., Jiao, Y., and Larimer, M. (2013, May). Are There Secondary Effects on Marijuana Use from Alcohol Interventions for College Students? Invited presentation at Society for Prevention Science, San Francisco, CA. White, H.R. (2013, May). Substance Use during Young Adulthood. Invited presentation at A Workshop on Improving the Health, Safety and Well-being of Young Adults sponsored by the Institute of Medicine and National Research Council of the National Academies, Washington, DC. White, H.R. (2012, December). Transitions in Substance Use During Emerging Adulthood. The 2012 Harold and Marguerite Demone Endowed Lecture at the School of Social Work, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. White, H.R. and Beccaria, F. (2012, November). Underage Drinking in Europe and North America. Invited presentation at the European Parliament. Brussels, Belgium. Windsor, L. (2013, March) Community Wise: Applying Community Based Participatory Research Principles and Critical Consciousness Theory to Reduce Health Disparities in Distressed Communities. Panel presented at the Fifth Annual Health Disparities Conference, Columbia University, New York. Windsor, L. and de Franca, E. (2013, March). Applying Critical Consciousness Theory to Develop Community Wise. Paper presented at presented at the Fifth Annual Health Disparities Conference, Columbia University, New York. Windsor, L., Alessi, E., & Jemal, A*. (2013, January) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: A meta-analysis of race and substance abuse outcomes. Talk given at the Society for Social Work Meeting, San Diego, CA. Zurlo, K. A., & Dolan, F. E. (2013, May). Succession Planning in Human Service Organizations: Challenges and Opportunities of the 21st Century. Workshop presentation at the 24th Annual Management Institute sponsored by the Network for Social Work Management, Newark, New Jersey. Zurlo, K. A. (2013, January). The effects of chronic health conditions on income adequacy. Paper presentation at the Society for Social Work Research Conference, San Diego, CA. Zurlo, K. A. (2012, November). Racial disparities in depression diagnosis and treatment among community-dwelling elderly. Assessing the unmet needs of older adults with serious mental illness (SMI) in the Republic of Georgia. Paper and Poster presentations at the Gerontological Society of America, Annual Scientific Meeting, San Diego, CA. Zurlo, K. A. (2012, November). Financial Skill-Building for You and Your Client. Presentation of a Skills Workshop in the Social and Economic Justice Track for the Annual Program Meeting (APM) at CSWE, Washington, DC. * Indicates Doctoral Student
15 Rutgers School of Social Work Faculty News, Awards and Contracts (AY ) Maureen Braun-Scalera was appointed by Gov. Chris Christie to serve as the licensed clinical social worker on the New Jersey State Board of Social Work Examiners. Maureen Braun-Scalera presented at the 8th annual conference of The Center for Child Advocacy, "The Forgotten Child: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Child Neglect," held earlier this year at Montclair State University. Deborah Carr published an article examining self-esteem and weight, and was highlighted in New York Magazine. Dr. Carr also appeared on radio show, The Current, where she discussed Chimpanzees, the midlife crisis and us. Brian Coleman was reelected to the University Senate for next year. He will be serving as a representative for non-tenure-track faculty members on the New Brunswick Campus. Ericka Deglau and the Intensive Weekend MSW Program were recently featured in Rutgers Today. The article also profiled two MSW students, Cristina Melgarejo and Mark Halliday. Antoinette Farmer was the plenary speaker at the 9th International Conference on Evaluation for Practice, held May 20-21, 2013 at the Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, N.Y. Antoinette Farmer has the fourth most read article in the Journal of Social Service Research. The article, entitled "The effects of parenting stress, perceived mastery, and maternal depression on parent-child interaction," was published in 2011 and co-authored with doctoral student Sung Kyong Lee. With over 600 downloads, calculated based on the cumulative total of PDF downloads and full-text views, this article is being widely disseminated and is sure to have an impact on future research. Antoinette Farmer has been named to the editorial board of the International Journal of Child and Adolescent Resilience. This peer-reviewed academic journal focuses on adolescent resilience factors, processes, and programming. Andy Germak authored a letter to the editor, entitled Help should be offered to [Hong Kong] parents, which was published in South China Morning Post. Andy Germak authored an editorial, entitled, Time is ripe for social workers from China and U.S. to collaborate, which was published in Global Times. Andy Germak authored a letter to the editor, entitled Ignoring addiction is ignoring dignity, which was published in Financial Times. Andy Germak authored a letter to the editor, entitled Obama budget taxes charities by limiting deductions, which was published in The Star-Ledger. Andy Germak authored a letter to the editor, entitled ObamaCare s mandate and employment consequences, which was published in The Wall Street Journal.
16 Emily Greenfield was awarded a Rutgers Board of Trustees Fellowship for Scholarly Excellence. Dr. Greenfield was selected along with 11 other Assistant Professors across the university who were also promoted to Associate Professor this year. Emily Greenfield was recently quoted in the article "How the Trailer Park Could Save Us All," which was published in Pacific Standard. Emily Greenfield contributed to the article, The Benefits of Aging in Place, which was published in Kiplinger s. Christine James was awarded a Part-Time Lecturer Professional Development Fund Award for her to attend and present at the Southwestern Social Science Association Conference. Together with DuWayne Battle, Christine will present "Leadership Through a New Lens," which examines new ways of looking at leadership in the social work field with an emphasis on diversity and social justice. Jeounghee Kim s study examining the protective effect of higher education on divorce rates among white and African-American women was featured in The Huffington Post, PsychCentral and Futurity.org. Mark Lamar and MSW Student Nathan Fishman were featured in My Central Jersey. The article, entitled "Self-help group grows its mettle," highlights Fishman's self-help group and its efforts to create a community garden. Mark Lamar was honored by the Trenton-based community nonprofit, the Institute of Wonderful Women Working for Empowerment, at their Sunday Tea on May 19, Mr. Lamar is the recipient of the "Wind Beneath My Wings Award." Established by a group of African-American women, the Institute supports women who are training for careers in the healthcare industry by providing scholarships, computer technology assistance, and mentoring. Mark Lamar authored an opinion column, entitled Opinion: United Way of Greater Mercer County has lost focus in transition to program management," which was published in The Times of Trenton. Michael LaSala joined Amy Dickinson, who writes the advice column "Ask Amy," to respond to a 13- year-old boy seeking advice about coming out to his parents. Ask Amy is a nationally-syndicated column appearing in 200 newspapers and is published daily. Michael C. LaSala s exploratory study of African American gay youth and their families was highlighted by The Huffington Post, U.S. News and World Report, BET, and Windy City Media Group. Michael LaSala contributed to the article "Coming out remains fraught with turmoil for kids, parents despite evolving attitudes," which was published in The Courier-Post. MSW student Tiffany Mayers was awarded the 2013 Harriet Bloomfield Scholarship. The Harriet Bloomfield Memorial Scholarship Fund is dedicated to the memory of social worker Harriet Bloomfield. Following the bombings in Boston, Judith McCoyd appeared on the Allan Loudell show on News Radio Delaware to discuss the experience of loss and grief. Judith McCoyd was elected to Chairperson of the National Association of Perinatal Social Workers Nominations Committee.
17 Sarah McMahon's work on sexual assault and athletes was recently highlighted in The Huffington Post, WMNF, Tampa, FL, Wisconsin Public Radio and The Nation. Shari Munch was approved for the Fulbright Specialist Roster, a list of candidates who are eligible to be matched with requests from overseas academic institutions for Fulbright Specialists. Munch was competitively selected and approved for the Roster by the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board, the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs, and the Council for International Exchange of Scholars. Shari Munch served on the expert panel that developed the NASW Guidelines for Social Worker Safety in the Workplace. The guidelines are a resource to communities, private and public agencies, and local, state, and federal policymakers invested in creating a safer work environment for social workers. Lenna Nepomnyaschy's work examining child support agreements was highlighted in the University of Chicago's School of Social Service Administration quarterly magazine. Lia Nower contributed to the article, "The Growth of Legalized Gambling A Professional Wake-Up Call," which was published in the March/April issue of Social Work Today. Lia Nower contributed to The Star-Ledger article, "Saturday's $600M Powerball drawing is largest in game's history." Judy Postmus was accepted to the prestigious HERS Summer Institutes, an intensive 12-day curriculum that prepares women faculty and administrators for institutional leadership roles. HERS (Higher Education Resource Services) Institute participants work with HERS Faculty and Alumnae to create development plans and networks needed for advancing as leaders in higher education administration. Kathleen J. Pottick has been accepted into the Leadership Academy in Aging. The academy is a nationwide, year-long executive training series for deans and directors of social work programs to build their leadership skills in the field of aging care. The Leadership Academy in Aging is part of an ambitious, multi-year strategy led jointly by the Social Work Leadership Institute (SWLI) at The New York Academy of Medicine and the National Association of Deans and Directors of Schools of Social Work (NADD), initially supported by the John A. Hartford Foundation, to grow the workforce of social workers who specialize in aging. Kathleen Pottick was recently interviewed by China Philanthropy Times. The interview was conducted while she was in China with a delegation from the Huamin Research Center and a group of SSW students on a two-week study abroad trip. China Philanthropy Times is the main outlet for information to existing foundations and emerging NGOs in China, and has a circulation of approximately 1 million readers. Cassandra Simmel was awarded a contract with the New Jersey Department of Children and Families contract for the project Needs Assessment of Adolescents involved with the Department of Children and Families & Impact of School Based Services on Middle School Youth. Donna Van Alst, Carl Siebert and Natalie Aloyets Artel received the National Asthma Control Program Evaluation Award for their asthma partnership evaluation project. The award was presented by Dr. Paul Garbe of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - National Center for Environmental Health. William Waldman was awarded the 2013 Chauncey Alexander Lifetime Achievement Award at the Annual Institute of the Network for Social Work Management. This honor is the network's most
18 prestigious award and reflects Waldman's passion and commitment to the social work profession, and his drive for excellence. Liliane Windsor was selected by the Committee to Advance Our Common Purposes to receive a Human Dignity Award because of her extraordinary efforts to reduce prejudice and promote social justice as showcased by her work with the Newark Community Collaborative Board "Community Wise." Liliane Windsor was selected to be a fellow for the HIV Intervention Science Training Program for Underrepresented New Investigators (HISTP) at the Columbia University School of Social Work and directed by Dr. Nabila El-Bassel. In addition to their training in intervention research, fellows will also will have an opportunity to participate in an ongoing seminar series. Karen Zurlo's work was featured in an article, entitled Older Patients tell Doctors: Charge it," published on the website of the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College. The Center for Nonprofit Management and Governance received an award from the state to continue the Rutgers AmeriCorps Healthy Futures Initiative. Since its inception in 2010, The Rutgers AmeriCorps Healthy Futures Initiative has provided over 70,000 hours of service to the community. This initiative promotes healthy lifestyles for residents of Camden through nutrition education, physical fitness and community gardening.
19 10/3/2013 School of Social Work List of New Funded Grants for AY Report prepared October 2, 2013 Funding Source Project Title PI Name Amount Evaluation of Discharges from Hagedorn State Hospital Into NJ Division of Mental Health and Awareness the Community Allison Zippay $ 675,420 NJ Department of Human Services Family Success Center Andrew Germak $ 282,501 International Social Services - USA International Family Finding and Training Judicial Partners Carl Siebert $ 9,203 American Cancer Society Enhancing Survivorship Care: A Focus on the Patient Centered Medical Home Dena O'Malley/Patricia Findley (mentor) $ 40,000 NJ Department of Human Services - DHMAS Certificate Program in Community Based Programming Douglas Behan $ 49,794 NJ Division on Aging Services Aging & Disability Resource Connection Sustainability Karen Zurlo $ 114,125 Robin Hood Foundation RSSW Sandy Disaster Relief Initiative Kathleen Pottick $ 400,000 Columbia University Community Wise: Understanding the Process of Critical Consciousness Development Liliane Windsor $ 19,701 NJ Department of Human Services Evaluation of the New Jersey Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment Grant Nelson Peterson $ 553,859 NJ Department of Human Services - DHMAS Social Network Analysis of State-Funded Prevention Agencies Nelson Peterson $ 41,000 NJ Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services Evaluation Support for Regional Coalitions Nelson Peterson $ 150,000 Inter-professional Collaborative Practice Model for Improved Rutgers School of Nursing (subcontract - HRSA is prime funder) Patient and community Outcomes in an Urban Setting Patricia Findley/Shari Munch $ 21,575 Price Family Foundation Price Fellows Initiative Ronald Quincy $ 156,182 NJ Department of Children & Families Youth Advisory Board/Youth Advisory Council/Conference Ronald Quincy $ 673,223 Beyond Diversity LGBTQ Crime Victims Services Project Sandra Moroso/Michael LaSale $ 95,634 The Gerontological Society of America $ 3,282,217 C:\Users\A\Desktop\10.4 Grants SSW Area Report Page 1 of 1
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