Ph.D., C.U.N.Y. Hunter College School of Social Work (2009)
B.A., Skidmore College (1996)
L.M.S.W., Hunter College School of Social Work (1996)
Field Instruction I Extended
Field Instruction II
Field Instruction III
Field Instruction III Extended
Field Instruction IV
Foundations Of Social Work Practice II
Oppresion.Diversity, And The Struggle For Human Rights
S/T: Trauma-Informed Evidence Based Practice
Social Work Pratice With Individuals: Theory And Research
My teaching specializations and interests include: Foundations of Social Work Practice; The Co-Occurrence of Trauma, Addiction, and Mental Health; Diversity and Oppression; Multicultural Social Work Education; and Qualitative Research Methodology.
My clinical work centers around agency based trauma informed care.
My research interests include: The Social Construction of Racial and Ethnic Identity; Diversity and Multiculturalism in Higher Education; The Co-Occurrence of Trauma, Addiction and Mental Health; My current research focuses on the nuances of race and culture and explores how women of color from mixed heritage negotiate their racial and ethnic identities within various social contexts.
Adelphi University, Faculty Development Grant. Women of color from mixed ancestry: Negotiating identity within social environments. Awarded February 2, 2010 to Laura Quiros, Principal Investigator, $1,000.
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Quiros, L. & Dawson, A. B. (2013), The color paradigm: The impact of colorism on the racial identity and identification of Latinas. Journal of Human Behavior, 23, 287-297.
Wilton, L., Sanchez, D. & Quiros, L. (under review) (2013), Black women at double jeopardy in perceptions of team participation. Psychology of Women Quarterly.
Kim, T. K. & Quiros. L. (2013), Uncovering the dynamics of poverty in Korean households: A typology of the poor. International Journal of Business and Social Science, 4, 29-38.
Quiros, L., Kay, L. & Montijo, A.M. (under review) (2013), Creating emotional safety in the classroom and in the field. Reflections: Narratives of Professional Healing.
Araujo, B. & Quiros, L. (under review) (2013), The effects of racial socialization on the racial and ethnic identity development of Latinas. Families in Society.
Quiros, L. (2012), Raising the voice: Teaching through a multicultural lens. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 32,
Daniel, C. L. & Quiros, L. (2010), Disrupting the Dominant Discourse
. The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, 10/4,
Savage, A., Quiros, L., Dodd, S. J., & Bonavota, D. (2007), Building trauma informed practice: Appreciating the impact of trauma in the lives of women with substance abuse and mental health problems. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions., 7 (1/2),
Cadiz, S., Savage, A., Bonavota, D., Hollywood, J., Butters, E., Neary, M., & Quiros, L. (2004), The portal project: A layered approach to integrating trauma into alcohol and other drug treatment for women. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly., 22 (3/4),
Quiros, L. (2000), A struggle for myself. Reflections: Narratives of Professional Healing.
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Araujo, B., & Quiros, L. (2013). The Influence of Colorism on Racial Identification and Racial Identity Among Latinas. In SSWR 2013 Annual Conference Presentation. San Diego, CA.
Quiros, Laura. (2012). Caribbean Latinas: Race & Belonging. In Caribbean Studies Association: Unpacking Caribbean Citizenship(s): Rights, Participation and Belonging. Le Gosier, Guadeloupe.
Quiros, L. (2011). Raising the Voice of Women with Multiracial and Multiethnic Ancestry. In 11th International Conference on Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations. Cape Town, South Africa.
Quiros, L. & Kyriakakis, S. (2011). Raising the voice: The empowerment of oppressed and marginalized women of color through the qualitative research process. In International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
Daniel, C. L. & Quiros, L. (2010). Disrupting the Dominant Discourse: A New Vision of Human Behavior and Identity Development in Social Work Education and Practice. In 10th International Conference on Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations. Belfast, Ireland.
Quiros, L., Daniel, C. L., Gregg, G. & Kyriakakis, S. (2010). Keeping and Crossing Boundaries: Negotiating identities in qualitative research. In Sixth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
Quiros, L. & Hollywood, J. (2006). Trauma Informed Substance Abuse Treatment in the Therapeutic Community. In World Federation of Therapeutic Communities XXXIII World Conference. New York.
Quiros, L. (2004). Trauma Intervention Models: Seeking Safety. In National Trauma Conference. Baltimore, MD.
Cadiz, S. & Quiros, L. (2004). Trauma First and Central: Healing African-American and Latina Women. In NASW 36th Annual Addiction Conference. Fordham University, NYC.