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2011

Doriane D. Besson
Counseling Psychology
University of Wisconsin – Madison
“Therapy Experiences of Depressed African-American Women
 Receiving Culturally Senstive Care by White Clinicians:
 A Phenomenological Study”

Andy Brake
School of Social Service Administration
University of Chicago
“When Ninth Grade Teachers Meet Ninth Grade Students:
 Exploring the Role of Teacher-Student Relationships
 in the Transition to High School”

Christine E. Greer
School of Social Work
New York University
“Mediating and Moderating Factors in an Intervention for
 Ethnically Diverse Alzheimer’s Caregivers”

Elizabeth Horevitz
School of Social Welfare
University of California at Berkeley
“Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care: A model for
 reducing Latino mental health disparities?

Karen J. Ishler
Applied Social Science
Case Western Reserve
“Pain and Psychological Distress in Middle-aged and Older
 Married Couples”

Melinda Kavanaugh
Social Work
University of Wisconsin – Madison
“Children providing care to a parent with Huntington’s Disease”

Brian L. Kelly
College of Social Work
University of Illinois at Chicago
“Exploring a Music Studio Space in a Transitional Living Program
 for Homeless Youth”

Hyun Jee Kim
School of Social Work (joint with Economics)
University of Michigan
“Medicare Home Health Care under the Prospective Payment System”

Sara Kimberlin
School of Social Welfare
University of California at Berkeley
“Measuring Poverty in the Panel Study of Income Dynamics”

Jacob Lesniewski
School of Social Service Administration
University of Chicago
“The Boss is Just a Boss: Workers Center and the Promise
 of Radical Social Service Delivery”

Sarah Carter Narendorf
School of Social Work
Washington University in St. Louis
“Psychotropic Medication Use Patterns in Older Foster Youth:
 A Focus on Racial Differences”

Rachana Sikka
School of Public Health
Johns Hopkins University
“Consumer Participation in the In Our Own Voice Program”

Paul Sterzing
School of Social Work
Washington University in St. Louis
“Modifiable Risk and Protective Factors to Bullying Victimization
 among Sexual Minority Youths”

Charu Stokes
School of Social Work
Boston College
“Complex Lives: Resiliency of Midlife African American Women
 Living with HIV/AIDS Serving as Informal Kinship Care Providers”

Naomi Sugie
Sociology – Population Research
Princeton University
“Finding Work: The Reentry Experiences of Ex-Offenders”

Greg Townley
Clinical-Community Psychology
University of South Carolina
“Networks of community support: Examining community
 integration of individuals with serious mental illness residing
 in supported and non-supported housing”

 
 
     
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