Curriculum Vitae. Master of Social Work, May 1999 The University of Iowa-Des Moines Campus, Des Moines, IA Chair: Thomas Walz, Ph.D.

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Curriculum Vitae

Jerry G. Ingram, Ph.D., MSW

Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences

The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff 1200 North University Drive, Mail Slot 4988

Pine Bluff, Arkansas 71601

Office: (870) 575-8168; Fax: (870) 575-8397 Email: ingramj@uapb.edu

EDUCATION

Doctor of Philosophy, Social Work, May 2006

The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA Chair: Lorraine T. Dorfman, Ph.D.

Master of Social Work, May 1999

The University of Iowa-Des Moines Campus, Des Moines, IA Chair: Thomas Walz, Ph.D.

Bachelor of Science, Psychology, August 1988

Iowa State University, Ames, IA

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION

Certificate in Aging Studies, May 2002

The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Society for Social Work and Research, 2005 - present Council on Social Work Education, 2001 – present

Association for Gerontology Education in Social Work, 2001 - present Gerontological Society of America, 2000 – present

Phi Alpha, Delta Nu Chapter, 1998-present

National Association of Social Workers, 1995 – 1998; 2006 – present American Society on Aging, 2010 – present

Arkansas Gerontological Society, 2010 - present

EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE

Interim Department Chair, 2015-present Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff

Associate Professor of Gerontology and Addiction Studies, 2007-present Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences

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Undergraduate courses taught: Housing for the Aged and Handicapped, Gerontology Community Services, Minority Aging, Aging and Rural Life, Aging and Family Life, Work, Leisure and Retirement, Seminar in Gerontology, Field Internship, Introduction to Social Research, and Statistical Techniques in Social Sciences

Graduate courses taught: Diagnostic and Statistical Evaluation, Research Project Assistant Professor of Social Work, 2006 – 2007

University of South Dakota

Courses Taught: Social Work Research Methodology; Social Policy; Statistical Applications in Social Work; Social Work with Aging Persons

Social Worker, Mid-Iowa Community Action, Inc., Ames, IA, 1988 – 1998

Responsibilities included assessing psychosocial needs of individuals and families, community resource referrals, and counseling.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Pilot Study: Factors Influencing Substance Use Among African American Emerging

Adults: A Preliminary Study. The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB), February 2009-May 2009. Co-Principal Investigator with Dr. Cynthia Troutman (UAPB)

This research was internally funded through the Graduate Addiction Studies program. It utilized social learning theory in examining factors associated with drug use among young African American adults age 18 – 25 years, inclusive. The purposes of this preliminary research study were: 1) to determine whether persons emotionally close to participants, such as friends and family, used drugs in their presence; and 2) if so, their reaction to the drug use; 3) to explore participants’ attitude toward drug use; and 4) to explore parental, sibling, and friend attitudes toward participant drug use.

The results of this preliminary study will be used to strengthen an upcoming (June, 2010) Minority Institutions' Drug Abuse Research Development Program (MIDARP) grant application. If funded, pilot study results will also be used to construct an age and culturally appropriate quantitative survey which will subsequently be administered to a group of African American emerging adults—those age 18 to 25 years—to determine the factors associated with their drug use.

Ph.D. Dissertation Research: Retirement Planning Among Baby Boomers: Do Role

Clarity and Internal Locus of Control Make a Difference? The University of Iowa, August 1999 – May 2006

This research was supported through a competitive grant provided by the John A. Hartford Foundation. It utilized an interdisciplinary approach to retirement planning, blending theoretical perspectives from sociology and psychology. The main purpose of the study was to investigate the retirement planning of baby boomers using major concepts from role theory and social learning theory that had not been previously considered in relation to retirement planning: role clarity and locus of control. Future

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research will include studies of participants following their retirement. Supervisor: Dr. Lorraine T. Dorfman, School of Social Work.

Masters (MSW) Research: Domestic Violence: A Comparison of Two Cultures. The

University of Iowa, Des Moines, August 1995 – May 1999

Conducted a domestic violence study on St. Lucia, West Indies. The purpose of the study was to investigate the prevalence, types, and severity of domestic violence in a Caribbean culture and compare and contrast with domestic violence in the American culture.

Graduate Research Assistantships

Geriatric Enrichment in Social Work Education. The University of Iowa, School of Social Work, 2002 - 2004

This research was funded by a John A. Hartford Foundation Geriatric Enrichment in Social Work Education grant. The project examined the effects of infusing gerontological content into all social work core curriculum courses on student’s pre- and post-test attitudes toward elders and working with elders, and on their gerontological knowledge and skills. It also included outcomes from involved faculty and community partners. Major responsibilities included the collection, maintenance, and statistical evaluation of quantitative and qualitative data. Other responsibilities included manuscript development and supervising research assistants. Supervisors: Drs. Lorraine Dorfman and Susan Murty, School of Social Work. The Impact of Elder Abuse Legislation on Rates of Investigated and Substantiated Domestic Elder Abuse in All 50 States and the District of Columbia. The University of Iowa, College of Medicine, 2001 – 2003

This research was funded through a competitive grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Major responsibilities included data collection, quantitative and qualitative data analysis, and manuscript preparation. Supervisors: Drs. Gerald Jogerst and Jeanette Daly, Department of Family Medicine.

Intergenerational Service-learning in a Rural Underserved Community. The University of Iowa, School of Social Work, 2001 – 2002

This research was funded by the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education. The study examined student’s pre- and post-test attitudes toward: 1) elders; 2) working with elders; and 3) communities. The study included an intergenerational service-learning component in which oral histories of rural elders were collected. Major responsibilities included the collection, maintenance, and statistical evaluation of quantitative and qualitative data. Other responsibilities included manuscript development. Supervisors: Drs. Lorraine Dorfman and Susan Murty, School of Social Work.

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Substance Abuse Treatment. The University of Iowa, School of Social Work, 1999 – 2001

Worked on various research projects focusing on substance abuse treatment. Major responsibilities included quantitative data analysis, preparing manuscripts for publication, and identifying suitable journals for manuscript submission. Supervisor: Dr. James Hall, School of Social Work.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Graduate Teaching Assistantships

Basic Aspects of Aging, The University of Iowa, Aging Studies Program, August – December: 2001 – May 2006

Supported the teaching of an introductory gerontology course by preparing and

delivering lectures, preparing and grading exams, and advising undergraduate and graduate students during office hours. Course Supervisors: Drs. Lorraine Dorfman and Richard MacNeil.

Aging Studies Colloquium, The University of Iowa, Aging Studies Program, January – May: 2004 - 2006

This course exposed students to current research and issues relevant to the broad field of aging studies/gerontology by utilizing guest speakers and videos. As sole instructor, I led class discussions regarding introduced topics, graded reflective journals and papers, and advised students during office hours. Course supervisor: Dr. Richard MacNeil.

Advanced Social Work Research Methods, The University of Iowa, School of Social Work, January 2005 – May 2005

This course is the second of two required research courses for students in the master’s degree program. This course builds on the knowledge and skills developed in the introductory class by teaching student how to carry out a research project relevant to social work and how to analyze data. Major responsibilities included instruction in data analysis, grading

assignments, assisting students with their research projects, and advising students during office hours. Course supervisor: Dr. James Hall

Social Work Research Methods, The University of Iowa, School of Social Work, August 2004 – December 2004

This course is the first of two required research courses for students in the master’s degree program. This course includes knowledge and skills to evaluate practice and carry out social work research. Content areas include formulating research questions, research design and methodology, sampling techniques, protection of human subjects, descriptive statistics, and computerized data analysis. Major responsibilities included instruction in data analysis, grading assignments, assisting students with research design, and advising students during office hours. Course supervisor: Dr. James Hall

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Microcomputer Lab, The University of Iowa, School of Social Work, August – December: 1999 - 2002; 2004

As the sole instructor, I educated students in the use of computer hardware and various software packages for a variety of applications in social service settings, graded data analysis assignments, and advised students during office hours.

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS Refereed

Curl, A. L., Ingram, J. G. (2013). Anticipatory socialization for retirement: A multilevel dyadic model. Clinical Gerontologist, 36(4), 375-393. Sanders, S., Dorfman, L. T., & Ingram, J. G. (2009). Geriatric enrichment in

social work education: Lessons learned from the GeroRich projects. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 52, 354-376.

Dorfman, L. T., Murty, S. A., Ingram, J. G., & Li, H. (2008). Faculty and community partners in gerontological curriculum enrichment. Educational Gerontology, 34, 1087- 1104.

Sanders, S., Dorfman, L. T., & Ingram, J. G. (2008). An evaluation of

the GeroRich program for infusing social work curriculum with aging content. Gerontology & Geriatrics Education, 28, 22-38.

Dorfman, L. T., Ingram J. G., Murty, S. A., & Li, H. (2008). Who benefits from

gerontological curriculum enrichment? A comparison of BSW & MSW student outcomes. Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work, 13, 17-33.

Dorfman, L. T., Murty, S. A., Ingram, J. G., & Li, H. (2007). Evaluating the outcomes of gerontological curriculum enrichment: A multi-method approach. Gerontology & Geriatrics Education, 27, 1 - 21.

Dorfman, L. T., Murty, S. A., Evans, R. J., Ingram, J. G., & Power, J. R. (2004). History and identity in the narratives of rural elders. Journal of Aging Studies, 18, 187 - 203. Dorfman, L. T., Murty, S., Ingram, J. G., Evans, R. J., & Power, J. R. (2004).

Intergenerational service learning in five cohorts of students: Is attitude change robust? Educational Gerontology, 30, 39 - 55.

Jogerst, G., Daly, J. M., Brinig, M., Dawson, J., Schmuch, G., & Ingram, J. G. (2003). Domestic elder abuse and the law. American Journal of Public Health, 93, 2131 - 2136.

Dorfman, L. T., Murty, S, Ingram, J. G., & Evans, R. J. (2002). Incorporating

intergenerational service-learning into an introductory gerontology course. The Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 39, 219-240. Published simultaneously in M. J. Mellor & J, Ivry (2002), (Eds.), Advancing Gerontological Social Work Education (pp. 219 - 240). Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press.

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Jogerst, G. J., Daly, J. M., & Ingram, J. G. (2001). National elder abuse questionnaire: Summary

of adult protective service investigator responses. Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect, 13, 59 - 71.

Non-refereed

Jogerst, G., Daly, J., & Ingram, J. G. (2002). Summary of the state elder abuse questionnaire for 44 States: Final reports to the appropriate state agencies (individual state reports available upon request). Unpublished manuscripts, University of Iowa.

BOOK PUBLICATIONS

Ingram, J. G. (2007). Baby boomers and retirement planning: A multifactor approach.

Saarbrücken, Germany: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller.

GRANTS FUNDED External

Duration: October 1, 2004 – September 30, 2006

Funding Agency: John A. Hartford Foundation, Geriatric Social Work Doctoral Fellows Program

Total Amount of Funding: $60,000

Status: Principal Investigator

GRANTS SUBMITTED External

Duration: May 13-15, 2015 Funding Agency: Pfizer, Inc. Total Amount of Funding: $50,000 Duration:

Funding Agency:

Total Amount of Funding: $200,000 Duration: April 2012 – March 2017

Funding Agency: National Institutes of Health Total Amount of Funding: $1,523,261

NATIONAL CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Ingram, J. G. (2014, April). The effects of role clarity and internal locus of control on the retirement planning of baby boomers. Poster session presented at The Southern Gerontological Society 35th Annual Meeting, Little Rock, AR.

Ingram, J. G., Curl, A. L. (2012, November). Anticipatory socialization for retirement: A multilevel dyadic model. Poster session presented at The Gerontological Society of America 65th Annual Scientific Meeting, San Diego, CA.

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Ingram, J. G. (2007, November). The effects of role clarity and internal locus of control on the retirement planning of baby boomers. Poster session presented at The Gerontological Society of America 60th Annual Scientific Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Dorfman, L. T., Sanders, S., & Ingram, J. G. (2007, November). Lessons learned in the

process of social work gerontological curriculum enrichment by 63 GeroRich programs. Paper presented at The Gerontological Society of America 60th Annual Scientific Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Sanders, S., Dorfman, L. T., & Ingram, J. G. (2006, November). Creating curricular change

through the geriatric enrichment in social work education program: Comparisons among 67 institutions. Paper presented at The Gerontological Society of America 59th Annual Scientific Meeting, Dallas, TX.

Dorfman, L. T., Murty, S., Ingram, J. G., & Li, H. (2006, November). Faculty and community partners as key stakeholders in gerontological curriculum enrichment. Paper presented at The Gerontological Society of America 59th Annual Scientific Meeting, Dallas, TX. Ingram, J. G., & Curl, A. L. (2006, February). Retirement planning: Does health status and

race make a difference? Poster session presented at the Council on Social Work Education

52nd Annual Program Meeting and 4th Annual Gero-Ed Forum, Chicago, IL. Curl, A. L., & Ingram, J. G. (2005, November). The role of occupational status in retirement

planning by gender. Paper presented at The Gerontological Society of America 58th Annual Scientific Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Dorfman, L. T., Murty, S., Ingram, J. G., & Evans, R. J. (2005, November). Perceptions of community change in the reminiscences of rural elders. Paper presented at The Gerontological Society of America 58th Annual Scientific Meeting, Orlando, FL. Dorfman, L. T., Murty, S., Ingram, J. G., & Li, H. (2005, November). Who benefits from

geriatric curriculum enrichment? A comparison of undergraduate and graduate student outcomes. Paper presented at The Gerontological Society of America 58th Annual Scientific Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Dorfman, L. T., Murty, S. Ingram, J. G., & Li, H. (2005, February). Evaluating student outcomes of a Hartford/CSWE GeroRich project: A multi-method approach. Paper presented at the Council on Social Work Education 51st Annual Program Meeting, New York City, NY.

MacNeil, R.D., & Ingram, J.G. (2005, January). Leisure and late life widowhood: Voices of

experience. Poster session presented at the Twenty-Seventh Midwestern Conference on Health Care in the Elderly, The University of Iowa College of Medicine, Iowa City, IA. Dorfman, L. T., Murty, S., Ingram, J. G., & Li, H. (2004, November). Evaluating the

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Paper presented at The Gerontological Society of America 57th Annual Scientific Meeting, Washington, DC.

Dorfman, L. T., Murty, S. Ingram, J. G., & Power, J. R. (2003, November). A Diffusion of innovation approach in a rural state. In N. Hooyman (Chair), Effectively sustaining organizational change: Geriatric enrichment in social work education. Symposium conducted at The Gerontological Society of America 56th Annual Scientific Meeting, San Diego, CA.

Dorfman, L. T., Murty, S., Evans, R. J., Ingram, J. G., & Power, J. R. (2003, November). History and identity in the narratives of rural elders. Paper presented at The

Gerontological Society of America 56th Annual Scientific Meeting, San Diego, CA. Murty, S., Dorfman, L. T., Power, J. R., Evans, R. J., & Ingram, J. G. (2003, February). Using

intergenerational service-learning to integrate gerontology content into the curriculum. Workshop presented at the Council on Social Work Education 49th Annual Program Meeting, Atlanta, GA.

Jogerst, G., Daly, J., Brinig, M., Dawson, J., Schmuch, G., & Ingram, J. G. (2003, January).

Impact of laws on state reported elder abuse. Poster session presented at the Twenty-Fifth Annual Midwestern Conference on Health Care, Iowa City, IA.

Dorfman, L. T., Murty, S. Ingram, J. G., Evans, R. J., & Power, J. R. (2002, November).

Intergenerational service-learning in three cohorts of students: Is attitude change robust? Poster session presented at The Gerontological Society of America 55th Annual Scientific Meeting, Boston, MA.

Jogerst, G., Daly, J., Brinig, M., Schmuch, G., Dawson, J., & Ingram, J. G. (2002, October).

Impact of laws on state reported elder abuse. Poster session presented at the World Health Organization first WHO Report on Violence and Health, Brussels, Belgium.

Jogerst, G., Daly, J., Brinig, M., Schmuch, G., Dawson, J., & Ingram, J. G. (2002, October). Impact of laws on state reported elder abuse. Poster session presented at the National Association of Adult Protective Service Administrators 13th Annual Conference, Phoenix, AZ.

Jogerst, G., Daly, J., Brinig, M., Schmuch, G., Dawson, J., & Ingram, J. G. (2002, May).

Impact of laws on state reported elder abuse. Poster session presented at the American Geriatrics Society 2002 Annual Scientific Meeting, Washington, DC.

Murty, S., Dorfman, L. T., Evans, R. J., Ingram, J. G., & Power, J. R. (2002, February).

Intergenerational practice through service-learning in a rural community. Paper presented at the Council on Social Work Education 48th Annual Program Meeting, Nashville, TN. Jogerst, G., Daly, J., Brinig, M., Lemke, J., Schmuch, G., & Ingram, J. G. (2002, January).

Impact of laws on state reported elder abuse. Poster session presented at the Twenty- Fourth Annual Midwestern Conference on Health Care, Iowa City, IA. Poster received Iowa Excellence in Geriatrics Research Faculty Award.

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Dorfman, L. T., Murty, S. Ingram, J. G., & Evans, R. J. (2001, November). Intergenerational service-learning in a rural underserved community. Paper presented at The

Gerontological Society of America 54th Annual Scientific Meeting, Chicago, IL. Dorfman, L. T., Murty, S. Ingram, J. G., & Evans, R. J. (2001, November). The unique

contributions of reminiscence to the lives of rural elders. Poster session presented at The Gerontological Society of America 54th Annual Scientific Meeting, Chicago, IL.

LOCAL CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Ingram, J. G. (2012). Retirement Planning. Paper presented at the Arkansas Gerontological

Society Spring Conference, Little Rock, AR.

Ingram, J. G., & Troutman, C. (2011). Factors associated with substance use among African

American early adults: A preliminary study. Paper presented at the Student/Faculty Research Forum, University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, Pine Bluff, AR.

Ingram, J. G. (2010). Student/Faculty Research Forum Facilitator. University of

Arkansas at Pine Bluff, Pine Bluff, AR.

Ingram, J. G. (2008). Student/Faculty Research Forum Facilitator. University of

Arkansas at Pine Bluff, Pine Bluff, AR.

SERVICE

Departmental

Ad hoc Grievance Committee, 2014 Constitution Day Panelist, 2014

Addiction Studies Screening Committee, 2012 Departmental Curriculum Committee, 2011 Faculty Peer Review Committee, 2009–2014 Departmental Search Committee, 2010-2014 University-Wide

University of Arkansas Pine Bluff Academic Affairs and Educational Policies Committee, (AAEP) 2015-present

University of Arkansas Pine Bluff Athletic Committee, 2014-present

University of Arkansas Pine Bluff Catastrophic Leave Committee, 2012-present University of Arkansas Pine Bluff Science Fair Exposition, Judge, 2012-present University of Arkansas Pine Bluff Senate, Vice President, 2011-2012

University of Arkansas Pine Bluff Graduate Council, Secretary, 2011-2013

University of Arkansas Pine Bluff Graduate Council Curriculum Chair, 2011-2015

University of Arkansas Pine Bluff Lyceum Committee, Dr. George Herts, Chair, 2009-2010. University of Arkansas Pine Bluff Traffic Violations and Appeals Committee, Dr. Jerry Lewis, Chair, 2009–2010.

University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Mentoring Program. Mentor to Mr. Ahmad Jackson, a student at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. 2008–2012.

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Community

Invited Speaker, Pine Bluff Rotary Club, 2014

Board Member, Arkansas Gerontological Society, 2011-present Board Member, Boys & Girls Club of Jefferson County, 2011-2014 Board Member, Pine Bluff Symphony Orchestra, 2011-2015

Kiwanis Club Member, 2011 – present

Invited Speaker, Area Agency on Aging, 2010 Invited Speaker, Dianne’s Adult Daycare, 2009

Homecoming Judge, Watson Chapel High School, 2009 Discipline

Reviewer for the Journal of Gerontological Social Work Reviewer for Psychology and Aging

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