Christina M. Chiarelli-Helminiak was accepted to attend the Network for Social Work Management’s 2014 Research to Practice Institute (RPI). Only 12 doctoral students from around the country with research interests in organizational management and leadership were accepted to attend the 2nd annual RPI. The goal of this one-day institute is to support the research trajectory and professional development of leaders in the field of social work management through mentorship, collaboration, and technical support.
Tina was also selected as the 2014 recipient of the Mark Moses Distinguished Fellowship Award from the Network for Social Work Management. The award is presented annually to exemplary practitioners and academics working in the field of social work management. The fellowship includes participation in the annual Management Institute sponsored by the Network (in Boston this year).
Tina recently successfully defended her dissertation on Job Satisfaction and Burnout among Forensic Interviewers.