Congratulations to Associate Professor Nadine Shaanta Murshid and her colleagues on the publication of their article, "Combatting gender-based violence: Perspectives from social work, education, interdisciplinary studies, and medical anthropology" in Transforming Global Health.
Kudos to Assistant Professor Mickey Sperlich, PhD alum Whitney Mendel, and their colleague on the publication of their article, "Weaving in wellness: Infographics for mindful self-care" in the Journal of Human Services: Training, Research, and Practice, 6.
Congratulations to Professor Laina Bay-Cheng and her colleague on the publication of their article, "Me first: The relation between neoliberal beliefs and sexual attitudes" in Sexuality Research & Social Policy.
Congratulations to Associate Professor Kelly Patterson and her colleagues on the publication of their article, "Neighbourhood accessibility and walkability of subsidized housing in shrinking US cities" in Urban Studies.
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Noelle St. Vil and her colleagues on the publication of their article, "The who and why of consensual nonmonogamy among African Americans" in the Archives of Sexual Behavior.
Congratulations to PhD student Josal Diebold, Assistant Professor Mickley Sperlich, Clinical Professor Susan Green, and colleagues on the publication of their article, "Trauma Talks: Exploring personal narratives of trauma-informed care through podcasting" in the Journal of Technology in Human Services.
Congratulations to Associate Professor Nadine Shaanta Murshid on the publication of her article, "Examining microfinance participants' use of neoliberal language in Bangladesh" in the Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research.
Congratulation to Assistant Professor Melanie Sage, Clinical Associate Professor Louanne Bakk, Associate Professor Annette Semanchin Jones, Dean Nancy J. Smyth, and their colleagues on the publishing of their article, "Professional collaboration networks as a social work research practice innovation: Preparing DSW students for knowledge dissemination roles in a digital society" in Research on Social Work Practice.
Congratulaitons to Clinical Associate Professor Louanne Bakk and her colleagues in the publication of their article, "Timing of immigration effects asset change among Hispanic caregivers of older family members" in the Journal of Family and Economic Issues.