Dr. William Rowe: Cultural Arts Prevention and Intervention for At-Risk Youth: A Replicable Program Model [Online Video]

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Dr. William S. Rowe is Professor and Director of the School Social Work at The University of South of Florida. He holds appointments in the College of Public Health, the Aids Education and Training Center, and the Moffitt Cancer Center. He is formerly Director of the Center for Applied Family Studies and Director and Professor of the Schools of Social Work at McGill University and Memorial University and first tenured at the University of Western Ontario. Dr. Rowe has worked extensively in the fields of social work education, child welfare, corrections, Health and HIV. He has provided training and lectures at agencies and universities throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East, South Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. During his 30 years as a social work educator Dr. Rowe has edited and authored more than 100 scholarly and professional books, articles, monographs, and research papers on a variety of topics. He serves on the editorial board of a number of academic and professional journals including the Journal of Stress, Trauma, and Crisis , the Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work and was Editor of Canadian Social Work for five years. Dr Rowe has attracted more than twenty million dollars in external funding and remains an active researcher.