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Data analyst Brandy Sinco and Assistant Professor Michael Woodford’s article "Contemporary heterosexism on campus and psychological distress among LGBQ students: The mediating role of self-acceptance" was published in the American Journal of Orthopsychiatry.
Sandra Danziger’s paper "Bundling Public and Charitable Supports to Cope with the Effects of the Great Recession" was accepted for publishing in the Social Science Quarterly.
The School of Social Work’s Technical Assistance Center was featured on the U-M Detroit Center website.
This weekend Anthony M. Provenzano (MSW'15) received a first place overall award for his poster presentation, "Transforming Learning Through Performing Arts and Community Engagement", at the Sujal M. Parikh Memorial Symposium for Health & Social Justice.
Associate Professor Sherrie A. Kossoudji’s article, “Viewpoint: Tackling Sexual Assault on Campus” was published in the Michigan Daily.
Associate Professor Brad Zebrack received a grant from the Seventy K to identify factors that affect how young adults with cancer cope with cancer, treatment, and associated life disruptions in order to aid the development of supportive care resources.
Associate Professor Luke Shaefer was cited in a USA Today article, “States See More Poor Among Children and the Unemployed”.
Professor Larry Gant’s article, “A Census Tract–Level Examination of Social Determinants of Health among Black/African American Men with Diagnosed HIV Infection, 2005–2009—17 US Areas” was published in the Public Library of Science One journal.
Associate Professor Sandra Momper, the principal investigator in collaboration with American Indian Health and Family Services of Southeast Michigan Inc., received a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to continue work on youth suicide prevention among American Indians aged 10 to 24. This project, entitled “Manidookewigashkibjigan”: Sacred Bundle R.E.S.P.E.C.T., will provide suicide prevention skills training and community-based screenings for suicide risk in Southeast Michigan and on American Indian reservations across Michigan for the next 5 years.
The SSW Office of Field Instruction team had their proposal, "Student Peer/Field Faculty Facilitated Field Seminar" accepted by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE).
Clinical Associate Professor and Director of Field Instruction Betsy Voshel, along with field educators Su Crabb, Oliva Kuester, Stacy Peterson and Leigh Robertson will present at the CSWE Annual Program Meeting 2014 Field Education Innovators Showcase. The Innovators Showcase will seed ideas for solutions to challenges faced by field education stakeholders and generate discussion among programs, participants, agencies, and others during the scheduled Field Summit.