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Shari E. Miller, MSW, PhD

Associate Professor

Director of BSW and PhD Programs School of Social Work

University of Georgia 310 East Campus Road

Athens, GA 30602 706-542-2328 semiller@uga.edu

EDUCATION

PhD 2008, University of Maryland, School of Social Work

Dissertation: Becoming a Social Worker: Factors that Predict Socialization to the Profession and Differences between Groups

MSW 1996, Yeshiva University, Wurzweiler School of Social Work Thesis: The Social Context of the Social Work Profession

Concentration: Clinical

BA 1992, State University of New York at Binghamton

Major: Sociology

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE University of Georgia

2014-present PhD Program Director, School of Social Work 2012-present BSW Program Director, School of Social Work 2014-present Associate Professor, School of Social Work 2008-2014 Assistant Professor, School of Social Work 2008-present Member, Graduate Faculty, The Graduate School University of Maryland, Baltimore

2007-2008 Adjunct Faculty, School of Social Work

2007-2008 Academic Mentor, The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship Program 2006-2007 Instructor (Teaching Fellow), School of Social Work

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2 2006-2006 Co-Instructor, School of Social Work FELLOWSHIPS

2011-2012 Teaching Academy Faculty Fellow

Teaching Academy, University of Georgia 2010-2012 Lilly Teaching Fellow ($2,000)

Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Georgia 2010-2011 Service Learning Fellow ($2,500)

Office of Service Learning, University of Georgia HONORS AND AWARDS

2013 Richard B. Russell Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching ($5000)

University of Georgia

2012-2013 Bachelors of Social Work Teacher of the Year

University of Georgia

2012 Teaching Innovation Award ($1200 Conference Travel Funding) Council on Social Work Education and SAGE Publishers

May 2012 Sustainability Across the Curriculum Workshop ($500) University of Georgia, Office of Sustainability

2011-2012 Bachelors of Social Work Teacher of the Year

University of Georgia

2011-2012 Social Work and Engineering Collaborative ($500) University of Georgia, Ideas for Creative Exploration

May 2011 Faculty Maymester Institute: Integrated Course Design ($500) University of Georgia, Center for Teaching and Learning 2010-2011 Bachelors of Social Work Teacher of the Year

University of Georgia

2010 Professor of the Year

Leadership, Education, and Advocacy for Students with Disabilities, University of Georgia

2009-2010 Bachelors of Social Work Teacher of the Year

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1996 Annual Dean’s Award for Scholarly Leadership Wurzweiler School of Social Work

GRANTS SUBMITTED Pending:

Sept. 2014 Title: The Empathy Project: An Interdisciplinary Effort to Develop a Transferable Theory of Empathy in Engineering

Funding Source: National Science Foundation Role: Co-Principal Investigator

Grant Request: $339,747 Funded:

May 2014 Title: Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training for Professionals

Funding Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Role: Co-Principal Investigator

Grant Request: $1,301,125

Aug. 2014 Title: An Interdisciplinary Initiative to Educate for Empathy as a Core Learning Competency and Professional Qualification for Engineering of STEM Students Funding Source: University of Georgia, Office of STEM Education

Role: Co-Principal Investigator Grant Amount: $8, 997.00

2009-2010 Title: The Impact of the Current Economic Downturn on Poverty in Athens-Clarke County Funding Source: University of Georgia School of Social Work

Role: Co-Principal Investigator Grant Amount: $15,000 Not funded:

Jan. 2014 Title: Empathy in Engineering Education: Impacts on Students’ Experiences of Becoming and Eventual Ways of Being Engineers

Funding Source: National Science Foundation Role: Co-Principal Investigator

Grant Request: $300,000

2011 Title: Starting with the kids: Building a sustainable food system through experiential learning (Pre-Proposal)

Funding Source: Southern SARE Role: Principal Investigator Grant Request: $140,000

2009 Title: The professional socialization of social workers: A National Study Funding Source: The Silberman Fund Faculty Grant Program

Role: Principal Investigator Grant Request: $40,000

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4 PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Kaiser, M., Himmelheber, S., Miller, S. E., Hayward, R. A. (in review). Cultivators of change: Food justice in social work education. Social Work Education: The International Journal.

West, A., Miller, S. E., & Leitch, J. (in review). Professional socialization and attitudes towards interprofessional collaboration among graduate social work students. Journal of Social Work Education.

Elkins, J., Miller, S. E., Briggs, H., & Skinner, S. (in review). Teaching with Tupac: Building a solid grounding in theory across the social work education continuum. Journal of Teaching in Social Work.

Briggs, H., Miller, S. E., & Campbell, R. (in press). Disparity Inducing Social Determinants of Behavioral Health: Future Directions through Best Practices in Mental Health. Best Practices in Mental Health, Special Issue.

Sowbel, L. F., & Miller, S. E. (2014). Gatekeeping for the field and classroom: Is personality worth considering? Social Work Education: The International Journal.

Miller, S. E., & Hayward, R. A. (2013). Social work education’s role in addressing people and a planet at risk. Social Work Education. DOI: 10.1080/02615479.2013.805192

Miller, S. E. (2013). Professional socialization: A bridge between the explicit and implicit curricula. Journal of Social Work Education, 49, 368-386.

Miller, S. E., & Skinner, J. F., (2013). A theory-mindedness approach: Eliminating the need for a gap. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 33(3), 280-296.

Okech, D., Miller, S. E., Tetloff, M.L., Clay, K.S., Beatty, S., Barner, J., & Holosko, M.J. (2013). Economic recession and coping with poverty: A case study from a mid-size American city. Journal of Policy Practice, 12(4), 273-295.

Lee, J., & Miller, S. E. (2013). A self-care framework for social workers: Building a strong foundation for practice. Families in Society, 94(2), 96-103.

Miller, S. E., Lee, J. S., & Berle, D. (2012). Community engagement from the ground up: An interdisciplinary service-learning after-school garden program. Journal of Agriculture,

Food Systems, and Community Development, 2(3), 121-135.

Miller, S. E., Hayward, R. A., & Shaw, T. V. (2012). Environmental shifts for social work: A principles approach. International Journal of Social Welfare, 21(2), 270-277.

Miller, S. E., Tice, C. J., & Hall, D. M. H. (2011). Bridging the implicit and explicit curricula: Critically thoughtful critical thinking. Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work, 16(1), 33-45.

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Miller, S. E. (2010). A conceptual framework for the professional socialization of social workers. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 20, 924-938.

Tice, C. J., Hall, D. M. H., & Miller, S. E. (2010). Reducing student bias against older adults through the use of literature. Educational Gerontology, 36(8), 718-730.

Miller, S. E., Hall, D. M. H., & Tice, C. J. (2009). Assessing critical thinking: The use of literature in a policy course. The Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work, 14(2), 89-104.

Doyle, O. Z., Miller, S. E., & Mirza, F. M. (2009). Ethical decision-making in social work: Exploring personal and professional values. TheJournal of Social Work Values and Ethics, 6(1).

Miller, S. E., Tice, C. J., & Hall, D. M. H. (2008). The Generalist Model: Where do the Micro and Macro Converge? Advances in Social Work, 9(2), 79-90.

Miller, S. E., Hopkins, K. M., & Greif, G. L. (2008). Dual degree social work programs: Where are the programs and where are the graduates? Advances in Social Work, 9(1), 29-43.

Bush, H.T., Hopkins, K., Hyde, C. A., Cohen-Callow, A., Fisher, E., & Miller, S. (2005). Merging organizational development and social work practice to mentor organizations to stability and sustainability: The Resource Mentoring Project. International Journal of

Continuing Education in Social Work, 8(2), 40-49.

BOOK CHAPTERS

Hayward, R. A., Miller, S. E., Shaw, T. V. (2012). Social work education on the environment in contemporary curricula in the USA. In M. Grey, J. Coates, & T. Hetherington (Eds.).

Environmental social work (pp. 246-259). NY: Routledge.

INVITED PUBLICATIONS

Miller, S. E. (2014). Professional socialization: On becoming and being a social worker. In K. Corcoran (Ed.). Social workers’ desk reference (3rd ed.)(ch. 2). NY: Oxford University Press

Hopkins, K. M., Greif, G. L., & Miller, S. E. (2010). MSW-MBA dual degree: One school of social work’s experience. Social Welfare Research Bulletin Special Issue: A Three-Year Study of the Integration of Social Work and business Administration in the Graduate

Schools of Social Work in the U.S. and Japan, 21, 69-86.

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Miller, S. E. (2009). Review of J. D. Berrick and N. Gilbert’s (Eds.). Raising children: Emerging

needs, modern risks, and social responses (2008). Journal of Public Child Welfare, 3,

207-209. REPORTS

Miller, S. E. (2006). Critical Thinking Executive Summary. Prepared for University of Maryland Baltimore County Social Work Department Advisory Board.

Miller, S. E. (2006). Alumni Survey Executive Summary. Prepared for University of Maryland Baltimore County Social Work Department Advisory Board.

Miller, S. E. (2005). Program Evaluation Executive Summary. Prepared for University of Maryland Baltimore County Social Work Department Advisory Board.

PEER-REVIEWED PRESENTATIONS

Miller, S.E., Topple, T., & Nobile, J. (October, 2014). Evaluating an HBSE process-driven teaching model focused on thinking. Presented at the Council on Social Work Education 60th Annual Program Meeting, Tampa, FL.

Quinn, A., Bride, B., Lee, J., Miller, S.E., & Kolomer, S. (January, 2014). Examining clinical supervision as a moderator of trauma work, secondary trauma, and functional distress in clinical social workers. Presented at the Society for Social Work and Research Annual Conference. San Antonio, TX.

Lee, J., Bride, B., Kolomer, S., & Miller, S. E. (January, 2014). The impact of trauma work on general health perceptions of clinical social workers: The mediating role of secondary traumatic stress. Presented at the Society for Social Work and Research Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Choi, Y. J., Elkins, J., Miller, S. E., & Okech, D. (January, 2014). Human Trafficking Literature in the Past Decade: A Review of the Literature. Presented at the Society for Social Work and Research Annual Conference. San Antonio, TX.

Miller, S. E., Elkins, J., & Briggs, H. (October, 2013). Teaching with Tupac: A media-rich tool for approaches to social work education. A Curriculum Workshop presented at the Council on Social Work Education 59th Annual Program Meeting. Dallas, TX.

Kaiser, M., Himmelheber, S., Miller, S. E., & Hayward, R. A. (October, 2013). Cultivators of Change: Food Justice in Social Work Education. A Panel Presentation at the Council on Social Work Education 59th Annual Program Meeting. Dallas, TX.

West, A., Leitch, J., & Miller, S. E. (October, 2013). Professional Socialization and Attitudes towards Interprofessional Collaboration among Graduate Social Work Students. Poster

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presented at the Council on Social Work Education 59th Annual Program Meeting. Dallas, TX.

Miller, S. E. (March, 2013). Rethinking HBSE: A Course About Thinking and Thinking About Thinking. Presented at the Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors 31st Annual Conference, Myrtle Beach, SC.

Hayward, R. A., & Miller, S. E. (March, 2013). A shifting paradigm: Where does environmental justice fit in the curriculum? Presented at the Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors 31st Annual Conference, Myrtle Beach, SC.

Miller, S. E., Walther, J., & Kellam, N. (November, 2012). Social Work and Environmental Engineering: A Transdisciplinary Approach to Educating Reflective Practitioners. Submitted to the Council on Social Work Education 58th Annual Program Meeting, Washington, D. C.

Hall, D. M. H, Miller, S. E., & Tice, C. J. (November, 2012). National Survey of Social Work Faculty Perceptions of Critical Thinking. Presented at the Council on Social Work Education 58th Annual Program Meeting, Washington, D. C.

Broyard, F., & Miller, S. E. (September, 2012). Collective Efficacy, Capacity, and Cucumbers: Community Gardens as the Catalyst for Justice Driven Learning. Presented at the VIII International Meeting of the Paolo Freire Forum, Los Angeles, CA.

Walther, J., Miller, S. E., & Kellam, N.(June, 2012). Exploring the Role of Empathy in Engineering Communication through a Trans-disciplinary Dialogue. Presented at the American Society for Engineering Education 119th Annual Conference and Exposition, San Antonio, TX.

Miller, S. E. (March, 2012). Sowing the Seeds of Significant Learning: A Trans-disciplinary School Garden Initiative. Presented at the Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors 30th Annual Conference, Portland, OR.

Lee, J., & Miller, S. E. (March, 2012). BSW Students’ Engagement in Self-care: What Do We Know, and What’s Next? Presented at the Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors 30th Annual Conference, Portland, OR.

Miller, S. E. (October, 2011). Community Engagement from the Ground Up: An

Interdisciplinary School Garden Initiative. Presented at the Council on Social Work Education 57th Annual Program Meeting, Atlanta, GA.

Barner, J.R., Tetloff, M.L., Beatty, S., Okech, D., Miller, S. E., Clay, K. S. (January, 2011). Tough Times: The Impact of the Recession in Athens, Georgia. Presented at the Society for Social Work and Research 15th Annual Conference, Tampa, FL.

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Miller, S. E., Skinner, J. F., & Holosko, M (2010, October). Bridging the Implicit and Explicit Curricula: The Professional Socialization Index. Poster presented at the Council on Social Work Education 56th Annual Program Meeting, Portland, OR.

Beatty, S., Miller, S. E., Okech, D., & Tetloff, M. L. (2010, October). A Collaborative, Action-Oriented Approach to Research Education Across the Continuum. Poster presented at the Council on Social Work Education 56th Annual Program Meeting, Portland, OR.

Miller, S. E., & Skinner, J. (2010, March). Integrating Theory and Practice in a BSW Program: Lessons Learned and Challenges Ahead. Presented at the Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors 27th Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Miller, S. E., Hall, D. M. H., & Tice, C. J. (2010, March). Critical Thinking Competency: Implicit and Explicit Curriculum and Assessment. Presented at the Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors 27th Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA. Miller, S. E. (2009, January). Becoming a Social Worker: Does Professional Socialization Differ

for Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students, and Practitioners? Presented at The Society for Social Work Research 13th Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Miller, S. E. (2008, October). Socialization to social work: Do undergraduate students, graduate students, and practitioners differ? Presented at the Council on Social Work Education 54th Annual Program Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

Harrington, D., & Miller, S. E. (2008, October). Professional socialization of Social workers: Effects of demographics and anticipatory socialization. Presented at the Council on Social Work Education 54th Annual Program Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

Shaw, T. V., Hayward, R. A., & Miller, S. E. (2008, October). Social workers’ knowledge and attitude toward the environment. Presented at the Council on Social Work Education 54th Annual Program Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

Miller, S. E., Tice, C. J., & Hall, D. M. H. (2008, March). Enhancing critical thinking in a policy course: An educational outcomes study. Presented at the Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors 25th Annual Conference, Destin, FL.

Miller, S. E. (2007, October). The professional socialization of social workers: An integrative theoretical model. Presented at the Council on Social Work Education 53rd Annual Program Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Doyle, O. Z., Miller, S. E., & Mirza, F. M. (2007, October). Ethical decision-making in social work: Exploring personal and professional values. Presented at the Council on Social Work Education 53rd Annual Program Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

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Miller, S. E., Tice, C. J., & Hall, D. M. H. (2006, October). Using literary works in a policy course: The effects on critical thinking. Presented at the Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors 24th Annual Conference, Los Angeles, CA.

Miller, S. E., Tice, C. J., & Hall, D. M. H. (2006, June). Social work undergraduate students and macro-level change: Study findings and an invitation to dialogue. Presented at the Social Welfare Action Alliance National Meeting and Conference, Chicago, IL.

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Miller, S. E., Hopkins, K. M., & Greif, G. L. (2006, February). Dual degree programs: Where are the programs and where are the graduates? Presented at the Council on Social Work Education 52nd Annual Program Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Miller, S. E., & Tider, T. (1996, May). The Jewish Community’s Response to HIV and AIDS. Presented at The HIV and Diversity Conference, Wurzweiler School of Social Work, New York, NY.

INVITED AND OTHER PRESENTATIONS

Miller, S. E. (2013, August). New Faculty Orientation – Tenure and Tenure-Track. Panel Participant. Organized by the Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Georgia. Miller, S.E. (2013, June). Welcome to UGA – Essential Thoughts for Incoming Freshmen.

Undergraduate Orientation. University of Georgia.

Miller, S. E. (2013, February). Moving from a Dissertation to a Research Agenda. Presented as a guest speaker in SOWK 8417: Doctoral Research Seminar.

Miller, S. E.(2012, December). The Professional Socialization of Social Workers. Presented as a guest speaker in SOWK 7206: Evaluation of Social Work Interventions course.

Miller, S. E. (2012, November). Locating the “Minimum Spaces”: Creating Opportunities for Trans-Disciplinary Education toward Sustainable Practice. A Curriculum Workshop at the Council on Social Work Education 58th Annual Program Meeting, Washington, D. C. Miller, S. E. (2012, August). Service-Learning Fellows Orientation – Former Fellows Sharing

Experiences. Panel Participant. Organized by the Office of Service-Learning, University of Georgia.

Miller, S. E. (2012, August). New Faculty Orientation – Tenure and Tenure-Track. Panel Participant. Organized by the Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Georgia. Miller, S. E. (2012, February). Art and Social Practice. Panel Participant. Sponsored by Ideas for

Creative Exploration (ICE). Miller Learning Center, University of Georgia.

Miller, S. E. (2011, November). Moving from a Dissertation to a Research Agenda. Presented as a guest speaker in SOWK 8417: Doctoral Research Seminar.

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Miller, S. E. (2011, October). Honors College Book Discussion of B. Kingsolver’s Animal,

Vegetable, Miracle.

Miller, S. E. (2011, October). The Professional Socialization of Social Workers. Presented as a guest speaker in SOWK 7206: Evaluation of Social Work Interventions course.

Miller, S. E. (2011, September). Values in Reflective Professional Practice. Presented as a guest speaker in Freshman First Year Odyssey Course, The Key to a Successful and Fulfilling Career: Becoming a Critically Reflective Practitioner.

Miller, S. E. (2012, August). New Faculty Orientation – Junior Faculty. Panel Participant. Organized by the Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Georgia.

Miller, S. E. (2010, March). A Theoretical Framework for the Professional Socialization of Social Workers. Presented as guest speaker in SOWK 8022: Theory of Social Work Practice II.

Miller, S. E. (2010, February). Presented as a guest speaker in SOWK 8417: Doctoral Research Seminar.

Miller, S. E. (2009, October). The Professional Socialization of Social Workers. Presented as guest speaker in SOWK 7206: Evaluation of Social Work Interventions course.

Miller, S. E. (2005, November). Program evaluation 2005: Social work graduates. Presented at the University of Maryland Baltimore County Faculty Meeting.

Miller, S. E. (2005, August). Teaching Social Work Students to be More Critically Thoughtful. Presented at the University of Maryland Baltimore County Field Instructor Orientation. Miller, S. E. (2005, April). How social work students learn: Preliminary findings from a

qualitative study. Presented at the 28th Annual Graduate Research Conference, University of Maryland Baltimore County.

Miller, S. E. (2005, April). Critical Thinking in Social Work Education: A Review of the Literature. Presented at the 27th Annual Graduate Research Conference, University of Maryland, Baltimore

Miller, S. (1996). AIDS Education Workshop. Presented at the Institute for Collaborative Education, New York, NY.

SOCIAL WORK COURSES TAUGHT PhD courses

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Social Work Education Practicum MSW courses

Community Based Participatory Research (Service-Learning) (Scheduled) Social Work Theory and Practice with Families

Theory and Practice with Families and Groups Human Behavior and the Social Environment

Eco-Justice and Strengths Based Practice Service Learning Independent Social Work Research

BSW courses

Generalist Direct Practice II (families and groups) The Profession of Social Work

Human Behavior and the Social Environment

Eco-Justice and Strengths Based Practice Service Learning Independent Directed Reading

DISSERTATION and THESIS COMMITTEES Committee Chair

Jessica Nobile (PhD in process) Stephen Young (PhD in process) Brian Simmons (PhD in process) Marianna Colvin (PhD in process) Committee Member

Junior Lloyd Allen (PhD in process) Irang Kim (PhD in process)

Stephen Young (PhD in process) Brendan Beal (PhD in process) Jennifer Hadden (PhD in process)

Marcella Mellinger; Advocacy Participation, Structure, and Strategy among Nonprofit Human

Service Organizations. (PhD completed, 2011)

Sarah Himmelheber; Harnessing Waste, Building Success: An Ethnographic Case Study of the

Campus Kitchens Project. (PhD completed, 2012)

Jacquelyn Lee; Social Work Practice with Trauma Survivors: Investigating Risk and Protective Factors for Secondary Traumatic Stress in a National Sample of Social

Work Practitioners. (PhD completed, 2012)

SERVICE ACTIVITIES Service to the Profession

2014-present National Nominating Committee, BSW Program Representative, Council on Social Work Education

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University of Georgia

2014-present Experiential Learning Committee

Office of the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost

2014-present Selection Committee Richard B. Russell Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching

Office of the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost

2013-2014 Lilly Teaching Fellows Mentor

Center for Teaching and Learning

2013-present University Council Facilities Committee

2013, March Selection Committee 2013-2015 Lilly Teaching Fellows

Center for Teaching and Learning

2012-2013 Service Learning Fellows Mentor

Office of Service Learning

August 3, 2012 Tenure-Track Faculty Panel Presenter

New Faculty Orientation

2011-2012 Service Learning Fellows Mentor

Office of Service Learning

2011-present Faculty Advisor

Active Minds – UGA Chapter

2011-present Office of Student Conduct Hearing Administrator Summer 2011 Undergraduate Commencement Marshall

August 8, 2011 Junior Faculty Panel Presenter

New Faculty Orientation

Spring, 2011 Undergraduate Commencement Marshall March 25-26, 2011 Invited Participant

Academic Affairs Faculty Symposium

“Toward a Better Understanding of our Students: Ethos, Experience, and Expectations”

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Fall 2010 Undergraduate Commencement Marshall

University of Georgia School of Social Work

2014-present Space Allocation Committee Member 2014-present Chair, Doctoral Program Committee 2014-present Chair, Faculty Personnel Committee 2014-present Faculty Executive Committee, Member 2013-2014 Co-Chair, Faculty Search Committee 2013-present Faculty Personnel Committee, Member

2012-2013 Public Relations Specialist Search Committee, Member

2012-2013 Faculty Search Committee, Member

2012-present Security and Emergency Planning Committee, Member 2012-2013 Strategic Planning Implementation and Program

Management/quality Improvement Work Group 2012-present Chair, BSW Program Committee

2011-2012 Ad Hoc Strategic Planning Committee Member

2011-2014 Doctoral Program Committee Member

2010-2013 Faculty Advisor to BSW Club

2009-2010 Mission Statement Committee

2008-present Member of the Graduate Faculty

2008-2012 Curriculum Chair

BSW Program Committee

Editorial Service

2014-presnt Ad Hoc Editorial Reviewer, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology

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2013-present Ad Hoc Editorial Reviewer, Journal of Social Work Education

2013-present Ad Hoc Editorial reviewer, Social Work Education: The International Journal

2010-present Editorial text reviewer, Brooks/Cole Cengage Learning 2010 Book Prospectus reviewer, Sage Publications

2009 Abstract reviewer, Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting 2009 Abstract reviewer, Society for Social Work and Research Annual Conference 2009-present Editorial text reviewer, Pearson Higher Education

2008-present Ad Hoc Editorial reviewer, Journal of Public Child Welfare

2008-present Ad Hoc Editorial reviewer, Advances in Social Work

Service to the Community

1/13-5/13 Youth Empowerment Program Development, Classic City High School and Athens Land Trust

9/10-2012 After-School Garden Program Development, Athens Clarke County Schools

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 1/03 - 1/04 Clinical Social Worker

Independent Practice, New York, NY 1/00 - 2/02 Organizational Development Consultant

Lowell-Darragh Productions, New York, NY

1/99 - 1/00 Clinical Supervisor

New Hope Guild, Brooklyn, NY 9/95 - 1/00 Clinical Social Worker

New Hope Guild, Brooklyn, NY

6/95 - 8/95 Unit Head

Berkshire Hills Emanuel Camps, Copake, NY

9/94 - 6/95 Counselor and Program Developer Abraham Residence, Seagate, NY 9/93 - 8/94 Teen Program Supervisor

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Sephardic Community Center, Brooklyn, NY

POST-MSW CLINICAL TRAINING

2003 Multiple seminars in couples and group work Training Institute for Mental Health

New York, NY

1999 - 2000 Empirically-Based Short-Term Clinical Treatment Training Program

Beth Israel Hospital

New York, NY

1997 - 1999 Clinical Hypnosis Training

Beginning and intermediate levels, advanced supervision (50 hours) Park Slope Center for Mental Health

Brooklyn, NY

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Group for the Advancement of Doctoral Education in Social Work Council on Social Work Education

Society for Social Work and Research

Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS

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