CONGRATULATIONS DSW COHORT 2!
All 20 members of the St. Kate's - St. Thomas Doctorate in Social Work Class of 2018 attended the graduation ceremony on May 19 at St. Catherine University. We are proud to list the DSW Class of 2018, listed with their Banded Dissertation titles:
Teresa Beadlescomb, Mich.
Examining Influencing Factors on the Intent to Persist by BSW Students of Color
Lisa Borneman, Minn.
Implications for Youth Identified on a Criminal Justice-based List
Stephanie Bradford, Ohio
Social Work Ethics and Organizational Culture: A Gap in Social Work Education and Social Work Field Education
Denetria Brooks-James, La.
Perceptions among Faculty Members of Adolescent Bullying: Implication for African American Males
Shannon Cassidy Cousineau, Mass.
Faith Spirituality and Social Work Education: An Exploration Into the Quest for Integration
Quincy Dinnerson, N.C.
Factors African-American Men Identify as Hindering the Completion of a Graduate (MSW) Degree
Mindy Eaves, Ky.
Self-Care: A Model of Prevention & Sustainability in Social Work Practice
Laura Escobar-Ratliff, Ky.
Enhancing the Effectiveness of Assertive Community Treatment with People of Color: Practice & Theory
Angela M. Goins, Texas
Geriatric Social Work Education from Early Beginnings to Future Prospects
Stephanie Grant, Calif.
Military Social Work: Utilizing Interprofessional Practice and Education to Increase Efficacy
Amanda Greubel, Iowa
Benevolent Sexism: Manifestations in American Social Systems
Rebecca Hoffman, Minn.
Advancing Social Welfare Policy Through Critical Social Work Education and Practice
Janet Holter, Wisc.
Development of Professional Identity in Social Work Education
Terri Klemm, N.J.
Civic Engagement and Social Action in Social Work Education
Sky Niesen Smith, Minn.
Social Work’s Dynamic Role in Oncology: Providing Leadership for Environmental Responsiveness
Debi Thibeault, N.C.
Developing Transformational Curriculum to Educate Social Worker Students About Indigenous Peoples and Indigenous Knowledges
Andrew Thompson, Minn.
Achieving Optimal Volition and Well-Being: Facilitating Movement Along the Motivational Continuum Through Self-Determination Theory
Amy Williams, Wis.
Tribal Sovereign Status: Conceptualizing its Integration Into the Social Work Curriculum
Carey A. Winkler, Minn.
Amplifying LGBTQ Voices in Social Work Education & Practice
Judy Zimbelman, S.D.
The Impact of Ethical Issues on Parenting in Rural Social Work
DSW class of 2018 graduates’ Banded Dissertation abstracts and products will be available to view by fall 2018 at: https://sophia.stkate.edu/dsw