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  1. Sherrie A. Kossoudji Sherrie A. Kossoudji

    Sherrie A. Kossoudji is presently an associate professor in the School of Social Work and an adjunct associate professor in the Department of Economics. Her principal research area is immigration. She has written numerous articles on the legal status of immigrant workers in the United States and ...

  2. Armand Lauffer Armand Lauffer

    Armand Lauffer joined the School of Social Work as an associate professor in 1968 and was promoted to professor of social work in 1973. He retired as professor emeritus in 2001. Professor Lauffer's current interests include fundraising and resource allocation in the nonprofit sector, community ...

  3. Laura  Lein Laura Lein

    Laura Lein is the former dean of the University of Michigan School of Social Work (2009-2016). Formerly professor of social work and anthropology at the University of Texas at Austin (UT), she was a respected researcher and teacher from 1985 to 2008. She has served as principal investigator on ...

  4. Edith A. Lewis Edith A. Lewis

    Associate Professor Edith Lewis's primary research interests include methods used by women of color to offset personal, familial, community, and professional role strain. To date, this has included involvement in studies identifying strengths within African-American women's communities; the ...

  5. Shirley A. Lockery Shirley A. Lockery

    Shirley Lockery joined the University of Michigan faculty in 1990 as an assistant professor and was promoted to associate professor in 1998. Prior to her appointment at the School of Social Work, Lockery earned a certificate in gerontology and practiced for many years as a registered nurse. She ...

  6. Susan C. McDonough Susan C. McDonough

    Susan C. McDonough is an associate research scientist in the School of Social Work and in the Center for Human Growth and Development and is involved in research, teaching, and clinical work with families of young children. Her research program is funded through NIMH and follows 260 infants and ...

  7. Elizabeth Mutschler Elizabeth Mutschler

    Elizabeth Mutschler joined the Michigan faculty as assistant professor in 1979 and was promoted to associate professor in 1984. From 1975 to 1978, she had served on the faculty of the University of Maryland at Baltimore. She was named associate professor emeriti in 1997. Associate Professor ...

  8. Thomas J. Powell Thomas J. Powell

    Thomas Powell conducts research with mental health and substance use self-help groups. He has been an active participant in research on community support systems for consumers and family caregivers. As principal investigator for the NIMH-funded Center for Self-Help Research, he has collaborated ...

  9. Lawrence  Root Lawrence Root

    Lawrence Root is a professor in University of Michigan's School of Social Work. His research and practice have focused on the intersection of employment and social welfare. He has directed programs and published in the areas of fringe benefits and social policy, employee assistance programs, ...

  10. Rosemary A. Sarri Rosemary A. Sarri

    Rosemary A. Sarri joined the faculty of the University of Michigan School of Social Work in 1959 as a lecturer. She was promoted to assistant professor in 1962, associate professor in 1964, and professor in 1966. Scholars and professional practitioners the world over consider Professor Sarri to ...

  11. Daniel G. Saunders Daniel G. Saunders

    Daniel Saunders, professor of social work, established one of the first intervention programs for men who batter and helped to establish crisis and advocacy programs for battered women in the 1970s. His research, teaching, and service center on the problems of dating and domestic violence. His ...

  12. Brett A. Seabury Brett A. Seabury

    Associate Professor Emeritus Brett Seabury has a primary interest in interpersonal practice and has practiced social work in mental health and child welfare settings, as well as in the U.S. Army. His current research and teaching interests are social work education, time-limited practice, using ...

  13. Vivian B. Shapiro

    In 1970 Vivian B. Shapiro joined the research group headed by Professor Selma Fraiberg within the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Michigan. This clinical research group, funded by the National Institute of Mental Health and part of a multi-university effort that included groups at ...

  14. Kristine A. Siefert Kristine A. Siefert

    Kristine Siefert’s research focuses on identifying modifiable social, behavioral, and environmental determinants of health, with an emphasis on addressing socioeconomic and racial/ethnic health disparities. Siefert joined the faculty in of the School of Social Work in 1979. She held the Edith S. ...

  15. John E. Tropman John E. Tropman

    John Tropman is the director of Leadership in Community Benefit Organizations, a program initiated in the School of Social Work January 1, 2015 to organize and focus management content for management majors and Community Organization and Policy & Evaluation majors. His research focuses on the ...

  16. David J. Tucker David J. Tucker

    Professor David Tucker's scholarly areas of interest include the formation, growth, and death of organizations; the structural analysis of inter-organizational service delivery systems; and the application of macro organizational theory to the analysis of selected social policy issues. His ...

  17. Diane Kaplan  Vinokur Diane Kaplan Vinokur

    Diane Kaplan Vinokur’s research focuses on the application of social psychological and organizational theories to human service organizations and their personnel. She studies the implications of such findings for non-profit management and social work practice. Her most recent study, “The Under ...

  18. Elizabeth H. Voshel Elizabeth H. Voshel

    Betsy Voshel served as the Director of Field Education and Associate Clinical Professor from September 2004 – April 2017 and upon her retirement became Associate Clinical Professor Emerita. She is a licensed master social worker (LMSW) with membership in the Academy of Certified Social Workers ...

  19. Helen Weingarten Helen Weingarten

    Helen Weingarten joined the faculty in 1981 as assistant professor and was promoted to associate professor in 1987. In 2000 she was named associate professor emerita of social work. She is interested in the factors and processes that promote positive change in adulthood. While much of her early ...

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