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Associate Professor Andrew Grogan-Kaylor, along with colleagues Sandra Graham-Bermann, Maria Galano and Erin Hunter (Psychology), have received an award from the U-M Rackham Graduate School for their work to develop and disseminate empirical knowledge about the efficacy of a Spanish-language intervention for Latino mothers and children exposed to violence.
MSW student Andrew Rogers presented, “Silencing the Deaf: Systemic Oppression of the Deaf Community as a Civil Rights Issue and Movement Building within the Deaf Community to Impact Global Poverty,” at the National Association of Social Work-Michigan Chapter's 2014 Conference.
MSW students Emily Whitley, Kimson Bryant along with Field Educator / LEO Lecturer Bill Vanderwill presented, “Creating a Socially-Just Neighborhood: The Power of Community Art,” at the National Association of Social Work-Michigan Chapter's 2014 Conference.
Assistant Professor Desmond Patton’s proposal, "Lean on me: How Supportive Adults Impact Black Children's School Achievement," has been accepted for the third biennial Division 45 Research Conference as a Symposium.
Professor John Tropman has been reappointed to serve on the MHealthy Advisory Committee for an additional two-year term. The purpose of the advisory committee is to generate creative ideas to optimize the health and well-being of the U-M community.
Professor Larry Gant received an award from the U-M Center for Research on Learning and Teaching for his work to infuse place based learning opportunities and coursework within two SSW courses (SW 503 & SW 528).
MSW student Mary Naoum was named one of the UMich Students of the Year for 2014 by the Michigan Daily.
Assistant Professor Reuben Miller presented his paper, “Mass Supervision and the Transformation of Americas Urban Poor,” at the UCLA Innovations on Prison Research Workshop.
Assistant Professor Daphne Watkins the first female leader of the men's studies association is quoted in "4 Decades After Its Founding, Men’s Studies Struggles to Define Itself", The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Assistant Professor David Cordova's paper, "An Application of the Complier Average Causal Effect Analysis to Examine the Effects of a Family Intervention in Reducing Illicit Drug Use among High-Risk Hispanic Adolescents" is published in the March volume of Family Process Journal.