Professor William Elliott’s essay, “ Leveraging Free College and Children’s Savings Accounts for a 21st Century Wealth Building Agenda” was published in the College Promise Campaign Policy Brief.
Emeritus Professor Diane Kaplan Vinokur is a coauthor of a new book, “Shared Space and the New Nonprofit Workplace”. The book presents a comprehensive overview of shared space as an innovative model and effective long-term solution for nonprofit organizations' need for stable and affordable office and program space. In particular, it focuses on co-locating multiple nonprofits in shared spaces.
Professor William Elliott III essay “How Do You Weather a Short-Term Financial Crisis?” is published in New America.
Assistant Professor Shanna Kattari discusses accessibility and inclusion with the Cleveland Jewish News.
Associate Research Scientist Roland Zullo’s Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) analysis is featured in the Detroit Free Press. Zullo reviewed MDOT contracts and determined the State of Michigan spent $90 million more to hire private contractors for engineering and design work than it would have if it had maintained that work in-house over a three-year period.
Associate Professors Andrew Grogan-Kaylor and Shawna Lee are co-authors of the 2017 Article of the Year by the journal Child Abuse and Neglect. “Spanking and adult mental health impairment: The case for the designation of spanking as an adverse childhood experience” demonstrated outstanding contribution to research on child welfare.
Michelle Wood’s, MSW Student Career Services Director has been selected to the 2019 Path to Licensure. The Path to Licensure is an initiative of the Association of Social Work Boards to support collaboration among educators, practitioners and regulators in preparing students for their professional journey, a bridging from education to professional practice.
Field Educator William Vanderwill was recognized by the Detroit City Council for his outstanding leadership in the field of social work in sports.
Associate Professor Terri Friedline wrote an op-ed "Want a Green New Deal? Then Challenge Global Capitalism" for The American Prospect. Friedline supports addressing inequities and rising global temperatures with the Green New Deal which challenges global capitalist activities that amplify racial and gender disparities in how people experience the effects of climate change.
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