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Faculty Research Interests

Faculty Research Interests
S. Megan Berthold, PhD, Assistant Professor S. Megan Berthold, PhD
Assistant Professor
Torture; Health and Mental Health Outcomes in Cambodian Refugees; Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Immigrants; Human Rights and Social Work; International Social Work; Health Disparities; mHealth
Diane Drachman, PhD Diane Drachman, PhD
Associate Professor
Social Work Practice with Immigrant and Refugee Populations; US Policies/Immigrants and International Population Movements
Megan Feely Megan Feely, PhD
Assistant Professor
Social and Health Disparities; Mental Health Trauma and Violence Prevention
Robert Fisher, PhD Robert Fisher, PhD
Professor
Community Organizing; Urban Policy; Social Movements; Social Theory; Social Welfare History
Scott Harding, PhD, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Scott Harding, PhD
Co-Director, PhD Program
Associate Professor
Community Organizing; War, Militarism, and Peace Activism; Political Social Work
Stephanie Kennedy Stephanie Kennedy, PhD
Assistant Professor
International Social Work and Human Rights;  Mental Health, Trauma, and Violence Prevention; Women and Children’s Rights Movement; Social and Health Disparities
Kathryn Libal, PhD Kathryn R. Libal, PhD
Associate Professor
Human Rights and Social Work; International Social Work; Social Welfare and the State; Women and Children’s Rights Movement; Middle East and Central Asia; Asylum Seekers, Refugees, and Migrant Workers
Barris Malcolm, PhD Barris Malcom, PhD
Associate Professor
Substance Abuse; Homelessness; AIDS; Immigration; International Issues
Rebbeca L. Thomas, PhD Rebecca L. Thomas, PhD
Associate Professor
Program Evaluation/Employment and Training Programs; International Social Work; Microcredit/Microfinance; Community Capacity Building
Miriam Valdovinos  

Miriam Valdovinos, PhD
Assistant Professor

 

Mental Health, Trauma, and Violence Prevention; Women and Children’s Rights Movement; Social and Health Disparities