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2016 Society for Social Work Research Annual Conference

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Admissions representatives and current doctoral students will exhibit at the Society for Social Work Research Annual Conference in Washington, DC to share information about U-M's MSW and PhD programs.

PhD Presentations

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Janelle Goodwill, MSW 

Poster Presentation
‘Mo Money, Mo Problems’: Racial Differences in Arrest Rates for Violent Crimes Among Black Players in the National Football League

3:15-4:45PM, Ballroom Level – Grand Ballroom South Salon (Renaissance Hotel, Washington D.C.)

 

Friday, January 15, 2016

Matthew Chin, MA, MSW, PhD

Roundtable Presentation
Developing Research Approaches for Arts Based Social Work Practice Methods

1:45-3:15PM, Ballroom Level – Ballroom West Salon B (Renaissance Hotel, Washinton D.C.)

 

Maria V. Wathen, MA, MSW, PhD Candidate

Paper Presentation
Stakeholder Perceptions and Influence on Participation, Use of Services, and Collaboration in Community-Based Social Service Orginizations Aimed at Children and Families

1:45-3:15PM, Meeting Room 13 (Renaissance Hotel, Washinton D.C.

 

Elizabeth Armstrong, MSW, PhD Candidate 

Paper Presentation
Hybrid Services for Intimate Partner Violence and Alcohol and Other Drug Use in Major Metropolitan Area

3:30-5:00PM, Ballroom Level – Ballroom West Salon B (Renaissance Hotel, Washington D.C.)  

 

Lauren Whitmer, MA, MSW

Paper Presentation
‘Denaturalizing’ Ethical Dilemmas to Stimulate Hybrid Attention to Intimate Partner Violence and Alcohol and Other Drug Use 

3:30-5:00PM, Ballroom Level – Ballroom West Salon B (Renaissance Hotel, Washington D.C.)

 

Saturday, January 16, 2016

 

Na Youn Lee, MSW, MIA, PhD Candidate

Poster Presentation

  • The Asian-American Difference?:Parental Expectations, Self Efficacy, and Adolescent Educational and Psychological outcomes
  • International Social Work Programs in the US

9:45-11:15AM Ballroom Level – Grand Ballroom South Salon (Renaissance Hotel, Washington D.C.)

 

Vincent Fusaro, MSW, PhD Candidate

Paper Presentation
Beyond Cash Assistance: Correlates of State TANF Spending Priorities 

9:45-11:15AM, Meeting Room 14 (Renaissance Hotel, Washington D.C.) 

 

John Mathias, MSW, PhD Candidate 

Paper Presentation
Common Goal and Common Cause: An Ethical Challenge for Collaborations in Environmental Social  Work

2:30-4:00PM, Meeting Room 16 (Renaissance Hotel, Washington D.C.)

 

Sunday, January 17, 2016

Elizabeth Armstrong, MSW, PhD Candidate 

Poster Presentation
Hybridity, Status, and Strategy: Services for Both Intimate Partner Violence and Alcohol and Other Drug Use  

9:45-11:15AM, Ballroom Level – Grand Ballroom South Salon (Renaissance Hotel, Washington, D.C.) 

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