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Liyun Wu

Liyun Wu

PhD Student. Social Work/Economics Graduate - 2011

Liyun Wu is a Ph.D. candidate in the Joint Doctoral Program of Social Work & Economics of University of Michigan. From academic training in the US, UK and China, her perspective is widened to include an experiential understanding of the cultural and disciplinary operators that influence social welfare. In brief, her research interests include the impacts of public programs, social services on the well-beings of disadvantaged families and children, the impacts of migration on children and youth development, poverty and inequality, and research methods. As a university Graduate Student Instructor (GSI), Ms. Wu has taught courses of Principle of Microeconomics and Principle of Macroeconomics at the undergraduate level and will teach Basic Social Work Research Method at the graduate level in Winter 2009.

Dissertation Title

Three thesis about the social determinants of children and adolescents' health both in China and US

Education

Year Degree   School
2011 PhD University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
2007 MSW University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
2005 MA University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
2003 MS London School of Economics
2002 MA Renmin University of China

Websites

https://www.nsu.edu/Academics/Faculty-and-Academic-Divisions/Schools-and-Colleges/Ethelyn-R-Strong-School-of-Social-Work/People

No courses found for Liyun Wu in the Fall 2022 term.

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