A comprehensive listing of faculty scholarship and creative work in 2012.
Wahiba Abu-Ras gave the following presentations: “Working with Muslim Americans” at the 9th Annual Cultural Conference on Developing Multicultural Competence Across Settings, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ, October 2012; “Spiritual Services and Mental Health Issues” at the 49th Annual Convention of the Islamic Society of North America, Washington, D.C., August 2012; “Developing Chaplains and Imams: Best Practices Through Research” at the Islamic Seminary Foundation and The Association of Muslim Chaplain Conference about In-service Training for Chaplains and Imams, Yale University, New Haven, CT, March 2012; with F. Senzai and L. Laird, “Muslim Physicians Experiences Post 9/11: Cultural Trauma and the Formation of Islamic Identity” at the 57th Annual Program Meeting of Counsel on Social Work Education, Atlanta, GA, October 2012; with L. Laird and F. Senzai, “Crossing Borders, Building Bridges: Muslim International Medical Graduates in the U.S. Society” at the Annual Meeting For Applied Anthropology/Society For Medical Anthropology, Baltimore, MD, October 2012; with S. Ahmed and C. Arfken, “Alcohol Use Among Muslim U.S. College Students” and “Water Pipe Use Among Muslim U.S. College Students” at the 74th Annual Meeting of the College on Problems of Drug Dependence, Palm Springs, CA, June 2012; with L. Lance and F. Senzai, “Professing Muslims and Professional Medicine” at the Inaugural National Conference on Medicine and Religion, Responding to the Call of the Sick: Religious Traditions and Health Professions Today, the Program on Medicine and Religion at the University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, May 2012; and, with S. Hosien, “Assessing the Role of Religion and Spirituality in Building Resiliency Among Muslim Military Personnel in the U.S. Armed Forces” at the Conference on Promise Practice for Healing Psychological Trauma of Service Military, Veterans, Family, and Community, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, May 2012.
Beverly Araujo Dawson wrote, with R. Perez and C. Suarez-Orozco, “Exploring Differences in Family Involvement and Depressive Symptoms Across Latino Adolescent Groups” in the Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 22 (2), p. 153–171, 2012.
Diann Cameron-Kelly presented “A Strengths-Based Needs Assessment Focusing on Community Assets. A Final Report” at Dutchess County Healthy Families, The Institute for Family Health, Poughkeepsie, NY, November 2012.
Carolann Daniel published, with C. Logie, P. Newman and M. Loutfy, “An HIV/STI Prevention Intervention for Internally Displaced Women in Leogane, Haiti: Study Protocol for an N-of-1 Pilot Study” in BMJ Open Access, DOI:10.1136/bmjopen- 2012-001634, p. 1–7, 2012. She presented, with C. Logie, “Explorations in Methodology: Unpacking the Tensions of Race, Class and Gender in International HIV Prevention Intervention Research” at the XIX International AIDS Conference, Washington, DC, July 2012.
Judy Fenster and Geoffrey Ream coauthored, with L.J. Temme, “Evaluation of Meditation in the Treatment of Chemical Dependency” in Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 12 (3), p. 264–281, 2012.
Richard Francoeur presented “The Role of Fever in Clarifying the Pain- Fatigue-Sleep Problems Symptom Cluster: A New Method Dramatically Lowers Multicollinearity in Biomarker/Symptom Interactions” at the International Symposium on Supportive Care in Cancer, Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer, New York, NY, June 2012.
Njeri Kagotho published “A Future of Possibilities: Educating Children Living in HIV Impacted Households” in the International Journal of Educational Development, 32 (3), p. 394–400, 2012; and, with F. Ssewamala, “Correlates of Depression Among Caregivers of Children Affected by HIV/AIDS in Uganda: Findings from the Suubi-Maka Family Study” in AIDS Care, DOI: 10.1080/09540121.2012.658754, 2012.
Tae Kuen Kim published, with P. Solomon and S. Jang, “How Organizational Justice Affects Social Workers’ Intention to Leave” in Social Work Research, 36, 2012. He and Subadra Panchanadeswaran presented “How Social Welfare Expenditure Affects Globalization?” at the 7th International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Science, Barcelona, Spain, June 2012.
Stavroula Kyriakakis and Beverly Araujo Dawson coauthored, with T. Edmond, “Mexican Immigrant Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence: Conceptualization and Descriptions of Abuse” in Violence & Victims, 27 (4), p. 548–562, 2012.
Shannon Lane, Julie Altman, Njeri Kagotho, Elizabeth Palley and Marilyn Paul coauthored, with Gertrude S. Goldberg, “Inspiring and Training Students for Social Action: Renewing a Needed Tradition” in the Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 32 (5), p. 532–549, 2012. Dr. Lane authored, with C.K. Lane-Toomey, “U.S. Study Abroad in the Middle East/North Africa: Factors Influencing Growing Numbers” in the Journal of Studies in International Education, DOI: 10.1177/1028315312447572, 2012. She presented “Crafting a Campaign Message: Working on a Campaign” at the University of Connecticut School of Social Work 13th Annual Campaign School, April 2012; and, with S.R. Pritzker, “Developing Policy and Political Field Experiences: Barriers, Opportunities, and Best Practices” at the Annual Program Meeting, Council on Social Work Education, Washington, DC, November 2012.
Elizabeth Palley published “Expected Struggles: US Child Care Policies” in Children and Youth Services Review, DOI: 10.1016/j.childyouth.2011.12.007, 2012; and, with C. Shdaimah, “Baby Steps or Big Steps?: Elite Activist Perspectives on US Child Care Advocacy” in the Journal of Policy Practice, 11 (3), p. 158–177, 2012.
Marilyn Paul and Roni Berger, with E.D. Blyth and L.J. Frith, presented “Relinquishing Embryos for Family Building: What’s in a Name?” at the Annual Conference of the National Association of Perinatal Social Workers, Little Rock, AR, May 2012. For the same conference, Dr. Paul and Roni Berger coauthored, with Lisa Henshaw, “Breaking the Barriers: Women’s Lived Experience of Infertility from a Multiple Systemic Perspective.” Dr. Paul presented “Modern Family: From Donor Insemination to Embryo Relinquishment” at the Family Practice Section Monthly Meeting of the New York State Society for Clinical Social Work-Metropolitan Chapter, New York, NY, February 2012. She chaired and was the co-facilitator for the Adelphi conference, Clinical Preparedness for Social Work Practice with Military Families, Poughkeepsie, NY, September 2012.
Laura Quiros published “Raising the Voice: Teaching Through a Multicultural Lens” in the Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 32, p. 1–14, 2012. She presented “Caribbean Latinas: Race & Belonging” at the Caribbean Studies Association, Unpacking Caribbean Citizenship(s): Rights, Participation and Belonging, Le Gosier, Guadeloupe, June 2012.
Geoffrey Ream published, with K.F. Barnhart and K.V. Lotz, “Decision Processes About Condom Use Among Shelter-Homeless LGBT Youth in Manhattan” in AIDS Research and Treatment, DOI:10.1155/2012/659853, 2012. He presented “Harm Reduction, Youth Development, and Community Building in Services to Homeless LGBT Youth” at Empowering the Tribe: A Symposium on LGBTI Issues, New York, NY, November 2012; and, with L.C. Elliott and E. Dunlap, “Problem Video Game Play and Substance Use Problems Among Emerging Adult Video Gamers: Cross-sectional and Longitudinal Findings” at the 14th Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Vancouver, BC, Canada, March 2012.
Philip Rozario authored, with A.L. Rosetti, “‘Many Helping Hands’: A Review and Analysis of Long- Term Care Policies, Programs, and Practices in Singapore” in the Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 55, p. 641–658, 2012. He presented “The Grim Business of Writing: A Guide to Publication” and “Does Social Support Predict Self-Rated Health of Urban and Rural Black Informal Women Caregivers?” at the Pre-Dissertation Fellows at the Gerontological Society of America 65th Annual Scientific Conference, San Diego, CA, November 2012.
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