DSW student scholarship - Fall 2017

November 16, 2017
DSW Student Professional Notes

Below are some of the many presentations and publications by our current DSW students reported to us this fall: 

Stephanie Bradford, DSW class of 2018, presented, “Social Work Ethics and Organizational Culture: Impact on social work field education,” at the NASW Ohio Chapter Conference on November 17 in Columbus, OH.

Shannon Cassidy Cousineau, DSW class of 2018, presented the poster, “Faith, Spirituality and Social Work Education: An Exploratory Inquiry,” at the North American Association of Christians in Social Work (NACSW) 2017 convention in Charlotte, NC, on November 3.

Quincy Dinnerson, DSW class of 2018, co-wrote, “Using the College Systems Model to Address High-Risk Underage Drinking,” which was published on September 08, 2017, in the Journal of Depression and Anxiety.

Mindy Eaves, DSW class of 2018, presented, “The African American Female Faculty Experience: Diversity in Social Work Education,” at the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) 63rd Annual Program Meeting, October 19-22, in Dallas, TX.

Angela M. Goins, DSW class of 2018, presented, “Geriatric Social Work Education: An Historical Perspective on the Social Response to Aging,” at the Aging and Society: Seventh Interdisciplinary Conference on November 3, 2017 on the campus of the University of California at Berkeley, CA

Stephanie Grant, DSW class of 2018, presented,“Leveraging Efforts to Foster Resilience in Military Social Work,” at the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) 63rd Annual Program Meeting, October 19-22, in Dallas, TX.

Janet Holter, DSW class of 2018, presented,“The Development of Professional Identity in Undergraduate Social Work Field Education,” at the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) 63rd Annual Program Meeting, October 19-22, in Dallas, TX.

Jamie Langlois, DSW class of 2019, co-authored, "Navigating social work education: Utilizing an eportfolio survey to map curriculum," published in the Association for Authentic, Experiential & Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL) ePortfolio Review. 2(1), 25-30.

Leah Prussia, DSW class of 2019, published the article, “A natural connection: Relational-Cultural theory and the environment” in the book, Transforming Community: Stories of Connection Through the Lens of Relational-Cultural Theory, C. Gunderson, D. Graff, & K. Craddock (Eds.), 2017.

Rachael Richter, DSW class of 2019, presented, “Reclaiming Our Radical Roots,” at the NASW Ohio Chapter Conference on November 17 in Columbus, OH.

C. Jean Roberson, DSW class of 2019, has had her article, “Closing the Health Gap and Social Work Education: A Grand Challenge,” accepted for publication in the Journal of Social Work Education.

Katie Terry, DSW class of 2019, presented, “The Christian Perspective on the Grand Challenges for Social Work,” at the North American Association of Christians in Social Work (NACSW) 2017 convention in Charlotte, NC, on November 3. She also presented “What Works for Hyperlexia in Children and Adults With ASD,” at the OCALICON conference for autism and disability leaders on November 16.

Andrew Thompson, DSW class of 2018, presented,“Promoting Smart Decarceration through Forensic Assertive Community Treatment,” at the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) 63rd Annual Program Meeting, October 19-22, in Dallas, TX.