Associate Professor Brad Zebrack discusses the importance of communication between a patient and their doctor in Oncology Times.
Assistant Professor Julie Ribaudo discusses infant toxic stress with the Salem Leader.
Associate Clinical Professor/Director of Field Instruction, Betsy Voshel and Office of Global Activities Program Manager, Katie Lopez presented, "Global Engagement: Developing Best Practices for Social Work Graduate Internships" at the 2013 Global Internship Conference.
Professor and Associate Dean for Research Jorge Delva has been appointed member of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) Commission on Membership and Professional Development. The Commission supports the Council on Conferences and Faculty Development, Council on Leadership Development, and Council on Publications; as well as facilitates and integrates the development of innovative programs, methods, and materials that enhance and strengthen the delivery of social work education.
Professors Jorge Delva, Tom Powell, Larry Root and Mieko Yoshihama are presenting papers at the Global Health and Well-Being Conference. Through presentation of strong international research and examinations of social programs designed to understand and ameliorate the world's most pressing health and social problems, the conference will contribute to better understanding of the social work profession's contributions to human well-being around the world.
Associate Professor Robert Ortega wrote a Faculty Perspective: Examining Diversity and Inclusion at U-M. It was published in the University Record.
Associate Professor Lydia Li has been awarded a Fellow from the Gerontological Society of America, Social Research, Policy and Practice Section. A fellowship acknowledges outstanding work in the field of gerontology.
Assistant Professor David Cordova presented, "Do the Effects of Ecodevelopmental Factors On HIV Risk Behaviors in Hispanic Youth Vary by Region and Acculturation," at the annual conference of the Society for Prevention Research. http://bit.ly/13gdkBD
Associate Professor Andrew Grogan-Kaylor recently conducted a workshop at the University of Johannesburg that teaches non-profit organizations how to conduct impact assessments. The Workshop is funded by the Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs. ( http://bit.ly/99ALI )
Clinical Assistant Professor of Social Work Julie Ribaudo was quoted in an article entitled "Infant Stress Linked to Behavior Problems Later in Life" in the Indianapolis Recorder. ( http://bit.ly/ZyImq7 )
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