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May 2, 2011
 
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Faculty Highlights 2010: School of Social Work

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Wahiba Abu-Ras published two articles: with L. Laird, “How Muslim and Non-Muslim Chaplains Serve Muslim Patients: Does the Interfaith Chaplaincy Model Have Room for Muslims’ Experience?” in the Journal of Religion and Health, (2010, 7); and, with S. Ahmed and C. Arfken, “Alcohol Use Among Muslim College Students: Risk and Protective Factors” in the Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse, 9 (4), (2010, 9). She presented “Chaplaincy Services for Muslim Patients in New York City Hospitals: Assessing Needs, Barriers, and the Role of Muslim Chaplain” at the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, Washington, D.C., October 2010.

Julie Altman published, with G. Barrett, J. Brown, L. Clark-Indusogie, Y. McClendon, T. Ruiz, C. Skepple, and L. Thomas, “Translating Knowledge for Child Welfare Practice Cross-Nationally” in the Journal of Public Child Welfare, 4 (3), (2010, 9).

Beverly Araújo Dawson and Diann Cameron-Kelly published “Deconstructing Social Disconnectedness to Understand the Cross-National Transmission of Racism: A Critical Race Theory Perspective” in The International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities, and Nations, (2010, 9). She and Roni Berger presented “Culturally Responsive Professional Schools: Addressing the Needs of Diverse Students” at the One Voice International Conference and Forum, Tarrytown, NY, November 2010.

Roni Berger published “The Golden Cage: Western Women in the Compound in Saudi Arabia” in the Journal of International Women Studies, (2010, 11). She presented, with T. Weiss, “Posttraumatic Growth” at the Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Portland, OR, October 2010.

Diann Cameron-Kelly and Beverly Araújo Dawson presented “Deconstructing Social Disconnectedness to Understand the Cross-National Transmission of Racism: A Critical Race Theory Perspective” at the International Conference on Diversity in Organizations, Communities, and Nations, Belfast, Northern Ireland, July 2010.

Carol Cohen presented, with S. Mathiesen and G. Gammonley, “Internationalizing Social Work Education: Exploring Integrative Approaches across the Curriculum” at the Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Portland, OR, October 2010.

CarolAnn Daniel published “The Path to Social Work: Contextual Determinants of Career Choice among Ethnic/Racial Minority Students in the United States” in Social Work Education, (2010, 11). She and Laura Quiros presented the paper, “Disrupting the Dominant Discourse: Rethinking Identity Development in Social Work Education and Practice” at the 10th International Conference on Diversity in Organizations, Communities, and Nations, Belfast, Northern Ireland, July 2010, which was published in the International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities, and Nations, 10(3), (2010, 12).

Judy Fenster, Bradley Zodikoff, Philip Rozario, and Patricia Joyce published “Implementing a Gero-Infused Curriculum in Advanced-Level M.S.W. Courses in Health, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse: An Evaluation” in the Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 53 (7), (2010, 12).

Jacqueline Kagotho cowrote, with S. Pandey, “Health Insurance Disparities among Immigrants: Are Some Legal Immigrants More Vulnerable Than Others?” in Health & Social Work, 35(4), (2010, 11).

Tae Kim presented two papers: with I. Song, “Suicide Rate and Welfare Expenditure among OECD Countries” at the 138 th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, November 2010; and, with K. Zurlo, “Transitioning to Retirement and the Effects of Social Ties on Life Satisfaction” at the 63rd Gerontological Society of America Annual Scientific meeting, New Orleans, LA, November 2010.

Marilyn Paul and Roni Berger, with E. Blyth and L. Frith, published “Relinquishing Frozen Embryos for Conception by Infertile Couples” in Families, Systems & Health, 28, (2010, 9).

Laura Quiros and Tae Kim cowrote “Uncovering the Dynamics of Poverty in Korean Households: A Typology of the Poor” in the International Journal of Social Work, (2010, 11).

Philip Rozario presented, with N. Menon, “An Examination of the Measurement Adequacy of the CES-D among African American Women Family Caregivers” at the Gerontological Society of America 63rd Annual Scientific Meeting, New Orleans, LA, November 2010, which was published in Psychiatry Research, 179, (2010, 8).

This piece appeared in the Erudition 2011 edition.
 
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