Ande Nesmith, PhD

Ande's article, "Factors Influencing the Regularity of Parental Visits with Children in Foster Care," can be viewed and downloaded on the Springer Press website.

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Professor Pa Der Vang

In it, she describes the “Intergenerational Retreat,” a two day event that brought Hmong men and women together to discuss gender issues within the family system and in the community to learn to be more intentional about addressing intergenerational conflict.


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Grant will fund "Women’s Work: Women in Leadership in Social Work.”
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Dr. Peterson's "Effectiveness of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy" is currently the "most read" article in Research on Social Work Practice
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Picture of open hands

As Richelle Amundson ’14 M.S.W. began to explore topics for her clinical research project, a requirement of her final year in the Master of Social Work program, she recalled her volunteer experience at the Center for Victims of Torture, which included working with many women who had experienced rape. This problem prompted Amundson to ask: Can spirituality help people build those relationships needed to heal?

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