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Dr. Randall Eugene Basham

Name

[Basham, Dr. Randall Eugene]
  • Assoc Prof, School of Social Work
  • Director: MSW Program 2012-2015, School of Social Work

Biography

Dr. Randy (Randall) Basham is coauthor of two texts, one on computing and data analysis, and another on a published; multi-national, mixed methods, survey research study on micro-economic development and democracy. His published dissertation examines computing and data visualization in the evaluation of therapeutic multi-group comparative outcomes, across units of analysis. He has authored, or coauthored more than 50 peer reviewed journal articles, book chapters, conference proceedings, encyclopedia entries and published book reviews. Along the way, has received university, or professional school, awards for scholarship, research, teaching, community services, and also several external career recognitions. He brings to his academic career twenty years of preventive education, mental health service delivery, critical incident and disaster response, professional consultation, and varied clinical and professional adjunct teaching experience. Prior to this, he has engaged in nearly ten years of direct service delivery in primary health care and trauma care. His specialty or substantive area(s) of study are concerned with emerging technologies and their application to human service delivery, or professional direct practice. He is past Member of the Board of Directors for the Human Service Information Technology Association (HUSITA) international professional association. He has served as Representative for the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), Commission on Accreditation (COA), as an active Site Reviewer, and authored the MSW Program Self Study for UT Arlington, SSW (2014-2015)) and has completed University of Texas System, Leading for Success Training, for Chairs. He has served (2012-2015) as the Director and Graduate Advisor, of one of the most highly ranked, and largest (beginning at 650 students and ending at above 1200 students) of public institution graduate programs of professional Social Work education, in the United States.He currently serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Technology in Human Services.

Professional Preparation

    • 2002 Ph.D. in Social WorkUniversity of Tennessee
    • 1981 M.S.W. in Social WorkWest Virginia University
    • 1977 Bachelor of Arts in PsychologyWest Liberty University
    • 1977 Bachelor of Arts in SociologyWest Liberty University

Appointments

    • June 2012 to June 2015 Director: MSW Program
      University of Texas at Arlington
    • June 2012 to June 2015 Graduate Studies: Graduate Advisor for the School of Social Work
      University of Texas at Arlington
    • Jan 2008 to Present Associate Professor
      University of Texas at Arlington
    • Jan 2005 to Jan 2008 Graduate Faculty: Academic Program Advisor
      University of Texas at Arlington
    • Jan 2002 to Jan 2013 Bi-National Participating Doctoral Faculty
      Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, Monterrey, México
    • Jan 2002 to Jan 2008 Assist Professor
      University of Texas at Arlington
    • Jan 2001 to Jan 2002 Instructor
      Pellissippi State Technical Community College, Knoxville, Tennessee
    • Jan 1998 to Jan 2002 Graduate Research Assistant/GraduateTeaching Associate
      The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee
    • Jan 1998 to Jan 1998 Clinical Instrtuctor
      Jefferson Community College Steubenville, Ohio
    • Jan 1996 to Jan 1997 Adjunct Professor
      Ohio University, Eastern Campus, Saint. Clairsville, Ohio
    • Jan 1995 to Jan 1997 Adjunct Professor
      Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio
    • Jan 1995 to Jan 1996 Coordinator of Counseling Associates (Clinical Supervisor)
      Family Services Association, Steubenville Ohio and Weirton, West Virginia
    • Jan 1994 to Jan 1995 Clinical Services Specialist
      Community Mental Health Services of Belmont, Harrison and Monroe Counties of Ohio
    • Jan 1992 to Jan 1998 Owner: R.E. Basham, MSW, Private Practice
      Weirton, West Virginia with Contracts / Offices in Ohio and Pennsylvania
    • Jan 1988 to Jan 1995 County Health Officer Designee (Qualified Expert Witness)
      Jefferson Behavioral Health Services: Steubenville, Ohio
    • Jan 1984 to Jan 1995 Adjunct Professor
      Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio
    • Jan 1981 to Jan 1995 Emergency Services/Clinical Supervisor and Therapist
      Jefferson Behavioral Health Services: Steubenville, Ohio
    • Jan 1980 to Jan 1981 Graduate Social Work Assistant, Children's Program Director, SA/DV Trained Responder
      The Rape and Domestic Violence Information Center: Morgantown, West Virginia
    • Jan 1979 to Jan 1980 Graduate Social Work Assistant and Consultant to Third Year Medical Students
      West Virginia University, Medical Center: Morgantown, West Virginia

Memberships

  • Membership
    • June 2012 to Present Association of American Educators (AAE)
    • Apr 2011 to Present Society for Philosophy and Technology (SPT)
    • June 2007 to Present Gerontological Society of America (GSA)
    • Jan 2007 to Present National Social Science Association (NSSA)
    • Sept 2001 to Present Society for Social Work Research (SSWR)
    • Mar 1999 to Present Council on Social Work Education (CSWE)
    • June 1999 to Present Human Services Information Technology Association (HUSITA)
    • June 1996 to June 1998 National Board of Addiction Examiners, Inc. (NBAE)
    • Jan 1986 to Present American Association of Professional Hypnotherapists (AAPH)
    • Oct 1979 to Present National Association of Social Workers (NASW)
  • Membership
    • June 2013 to July 2015 Texas Association of Social Work Deans and Directors (TASWDD)

Awards and Honors

    • Apr  2017 Honoree: Celebration of Faculty Creative Works 2016-2017 sponsored by UT Arlington Library, 2017, The University of Texas at Arlington.
    • Apr  2016 Honoree: Celebration of Faculty Creative Works 2015-2016 sponsored by Sponsor: UT Arlington Library, 2016, The University of Texas at Arlington.
    • Apr  2015 Honoree: Celebration of Faculty Creative Works 2014-2015, sponsored by Sponsor: UT Arlington Library, 2015, The University of Texas at Arlington.
    • Aug  2014 Leading for Success: "Chairs (Directors)" Leadership Development Workshop sponsored by University of Texas System and U.S. Education Delivery Institute (E.D.I.); Austin, Texas, August, 2014
      Achievements:

      Nomination and Selection by the Office of the Provost, of the University of Texas at Arlington.

    • Apr  2014 Faculty Employee of the Month-UT Arlington, School of Social Work, April 2014 sponsored by University of Texas at Arlington
      Achievements:

      Planned Curriculum Change

    • Apr  2014 Honoree: Celebration of Faculty Creative Works 2013-2014, sponsored by UT Arlington Library, 2014, The University of Texas at Arlington.
    • Feb  2014 Faculty Employee of the Month-UT Arlington, School of Social work, February, 2014 sponsored by School of Social Work
      Description:

       Awarded for Mentoring of Faculty and Professional Staff

    • Jan  2012 Honoree: Celebration of Faculty Creative Works sponsored by Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs, The University of Texas at Arlington.
      Description:

      2012-2013

    • Dec  2011 First Mention: UTA Daily Briefing (Online President's and Executive Daily Briefing). In the news sponsored by University of Texas Arlington
      Description:

      (Today's top higher education news stories affecting UT Arlington). KERA/90.1 FM's Health Checkup, segment featured Randy Basham, an associate professor of Social Work

    • Jan  2011 Who’s Who in the World sponsored by New Providence, New Jersey
      Description:

      2011 (28th Edition), 2012 (29th Edition) and 2013 (30th Edition)  Biography requested and selected for inclusion. Marquis Who’s Who (Est. 1898)

    • Jan  2011 Adjunct Fellow (External) sponsored by The University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
      Description:

      The Institute of Behavioral Research

    • Jan  2010 Who's Who in America sponsored by New Providence, New Jersey
      Description:

      2010 (64th Edition),  2011 (65th Edition) and 2012 (66th Edition) Biography requested and selected for inclusion. Marquis Who’s Who (Est. 1898)

    • Jan  2009 Professional Development Award; for Excellence in Research sponsored by School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.
      Description:

      Awarded by the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

    • Jan  2008 Professional Development Award; for Scholarship sponsored by Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic AffairsOffice of the PresidentUniversity of Texas at Arlington
    • Jan  2008 Nominated for: The Chancellors Council Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching sponsored by School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington
      Description:

      2008: by the M.S.S.W. (Masters of Science in Social Work) graduate students

    • Jan  2008 Basham’s List sponsored by School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington
      Description:

      2008 A large distribution list, organized by graduate students, for all students who wish to develop an ongoing University of Texas at Arlington, School of Social Work, student and alumni networking community, following a classroom discussion of need, in 2007 (Named as above).

    • Jan  2007 Honoree: Celebration of Faculty Creative Works sponsored by U T Arlington Library,University of Texas a
      Description:

      2007-2008

    • Jan  2007 Phi Kappa Phi: Faculty Recognition by New Initiates sponsored by University of Texas at Arlington
      Description:

      Recognized by graduate student initiates of: The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, as among the professors from the School of Social Work having the greatest impact on their academic career

    • Jan  2007 Professional Development Award; for Scholarship sponsored by Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic AffairsOffice of the PresidentUniversity of Texas at Arlington
      Achievements:

      Awarded by the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

    • Jan  2007 Faculty Advisor Acknowledgement sponsored by School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington
      Description:

      2007: for prior service as a student organization Faculty Advisor and Web Master, for the Phi Alpha: National Social Work Honor Society: Iota Omega Chapter

    • Jan  2006 Nominated for Outstanding Academic Advisor Award sponsored by School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington
      Description:

      2006-2007: by M.S.S.W. (Masters of Science in Social Work) graduate students

    • Jan  2006 The BSW (Bachelors of Social Work) Award for Teaching Excellence sponsored by School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.
      Description:

      2006: Awarded by the outgoing class of Social Work undergraduate students for the year

    • Jan  2006 Excellence in Research Award sponsored by School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington
    • Jan  2006 Professional Development Award for Scholarship sponsored by School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington
    • Mar  2005 Phi Alpha: Social Work Honor Society sponsored by School of Social Work at The University of Texas at Arlington
      Description:

      Inducted by the student membership, as an Honorary Lifetime Faculty Member of the Iota Omega Chapter

    • Jan  2005 Faculty Advisor Recognition sponsored by University of Texas at Arlington
      Description:

      For prior service (2005-2008): as a student organization faculty advisor and web master, for the Phi Alpha: National Social Work Honor Society: Iota Omega Chapter, of the School of Social Work

    • Jan  2005 Community Service Commendation sponsored by School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington
      Description:

      2005: Awarded by the Office of the Dean, in recognition of Social Work volunteer service on behalf of the survivors of, Hurricanes Katrina and Rita

    • Jan  2005 Certificate of Appreciation sponsored by United Way of Metropolitan Dallas
      Description:

      for participation in the Community Needs Assessment Technical Advisory Committee, Dallas Texas

    • Jan  2005 Certificate of Recognition and Appreciation for valued contributions as Consulting Editor sponsored by Social Services
      Description:

      to: Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012).

    • Jan  2005 Excellence in Research Award sponsored by School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington
    • Jan  2005 Provosts Scholarship Professional Development Award sponsored by School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.
    • Jan  2004 Certificate of Appreciation sponsored by Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services (TDPRS), Child Protective Services (CPS)
      Description:

      for contributions to the state-wide Data Enhanced Online Management System (DEMOS) Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) technology and data imaging computing project: Federally funded demonstration project (2004).

    • Jan  2004 Who’s Who in Social Sciences Higher Education sponsored by Academic Keys
    • Dec  2002 Graduate Faculty sponsored by Dean of the Graduate School of The University of Texas at Arlington
      Description:

      as a full/associate member of the Graduate Faculty of the School of Social Work upon recommendation of the Committee on Graduate Studies (December 2002).

    • Jan  2000 Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) Mentoring Program sponsored by The University of Tennessee Knoxville, Tennessee
      Description:

      1999-2000; Letter of  Educational Training Commendation 2000, Issued by the Office of the Assitant Dean of the Graduate School

    • Jan  1998 Graduate Research and Teaching Assistantships sponsored by University of Tennessee and the College of Social Work
      Description:

      1998-2001. Awarded for Research Assistant and Teaching Assistant responsibilities, accompanied by 100% tuition waivers.

    • Jan  1996 Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare sponsored by New Providence, New Jersey
      Description:

      1996 Biography requested and selected for inclusion. Marquis Who’s Who

    • Jan  1993 Employee of the Month sponsored by Jefferson County Mental Health Services Board, Inc.
      Description:

       Awarded for displaying high professional standards in a medical emergency

    • Jan  1990 Life Fellow in Clinical Hypnotherapy sponsored by American Association of Professional Hypnotherapists (AAPH)
    • Jan  1986 Who’s Who Among Human Services Professionals sponsored by National Reference Institute, Varied Publications
      Description:

      1986 Biography requested and selected for inclusion

    • Jan  1982 Certificate of Appreciation sponsored by Jefferson County, OhioJefferson Behavioral Health Services: Steubenville, Ohio
      Description:

       1982 from Project Head Start for providing a Community volunteer training program

    • Jan  1980 West Virginia Board of Regents Tuition Waiver sponsored by West Virginia University, School of Social Work; Morgantown, West Virginia
      Description:

      1980-1981

News Articles

Other Activities

    • Certifications
      • June 2013 Professional Certifications (Selected)


        1. CSWE (Council on Social Work Education): Office of Social Work Accreditation, Certified Site Visitor Training (SVT) Program, 2012.
        2. CSWE (Council on Social Work Education): Gero-ED Center, Curriculum Development Institute (CDI) Program: Certificate, 2011
            a  three year program completion of  infusion of gerontological competencies and content into generalist courses.
        3. Mini-Master of Business Administration: Certificate Program, 2009.
            an accredited executive education certification program in; Accounting and Finance, Marketing  and Communications,Technology, Human Resources, Economics, and General Management. University at Buffalo; School of Management:The State University of New York: (SUNY). Buffalo, New York.                              
        4. M.S.W.A.C. Master Social Work Addictions Counselor (Inactive),1996-1999.
        5. D.C.S.W., Diplomate in Clinical Social Work, Granted by: The National Association of Social Workers, 1993 - Present.
        6. Q.C.S.W., Qualified Clinical Social Worker Granted by: The National Association of Social Workers, 1989 - 2007.
        7. A.C.S.W., Academy of Certified Social Workers, Granted by: The National Association of Social Workers, 1983 - Present.

Research and Expertise

  • Emerging technology, service delivery and social work practice support

    Higher education administration, research and evaluation, information technology applications, data imaging, group measurement, in health and behavioral health service delivery, child welfare, aging, disaster response, and international sustainability.

Publications

      Journal Article Forthcoming
      • Basham R., (In progress) A Technology Based Model for Sustaining the Elderly: Addressing Rising Service Needs .

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      Forthcoming
      • Basham, R., (In progress) Developing the Online Course in Stress Crises and Coping: A Low Stress Curriculum Design Model.

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter 2018
      • Basham, R. (2018). Information Science and Technology in Crisis Response and Management (Chapter 121). In M. Khosrow-Pour, (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, 4th ed. DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-2255-3, ISBN13: 9781522522553|ISBN10: 1522522557|EISBN13: 9781522522560

        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2017
      • Brownell, G. and Basham R., (2017, In press) NGO strategy towards the reintegration of child soldiers in Liberia Africa: An online survey of services, roles and activities. Journal of International Social Work.
         

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2017
      • Wick, S. Nagoshi, C., Basham, R., Jordan, C., Youn, K., Phuong, A., and Lehmann, P. (2017) Cyber-harassment: And Routine Activities. International Journal of Cyber Criminology..

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Review 2016
      • Basham R. E., (2016) Review of; O’Hare, T., Essential Skills in Social work Practice: Assessment, Intervention and Evaluation (2nd Edition), Lyceum Books Inc. In, Social Development Issues. 38(2) pages 95-100.

        {Book Review} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2016 2016
      • Basham, R., (2016) A case review of selected popular computing games: Therapeutic and affective aspects of gaming and comparisons to children’s literature. Journal of Communication and Computer 13 (2016), 271-280. doi:10.17265/1548-7709/2016.06.000

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2016
      • Basham, R., (2016) E-Professionalism and Online Reputation: Promoting a Professional Career Identity and Maintaining Personal Privacy. The National Social Science Technology Journal 5(1), 1-10.

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2016
      • Basham, R. (2016). Health Technology and U.S. Medicare Policy in the late 20th century. Journal of History Research, Vol 6 (4) 192-204. DOI:10.17265/2159-550X/2016.4.003

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter 2015
      • Basham, R., (2015). Professionalism and the Internet: The challenge of promoting a professional identity and maintaining personal privacy.  In J. Baydo (Ed.), National Technology and Social Science Conference Proceedings 2015, Vol.1, 56-69. El Cajon, California: The National Social Science Association, (NSSA), National Social Science Press.

        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter 2014 2014
      • Basham, R., Developing Online Blackboard Courses, with Patterns of Excellence: Best Practices from Reviewed Exemplary Courses. In J. Baydo (Ed.), National Technology and Social Science Conference Proceedings 2014, Vol.1, 16-27. El Cajon, California: The National Social Science Association, (NSSA), National Social Science Press.

        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter 2013
      • Basham, R., (2013) Creating the Low Stress, Course in Stress Crisis and Coping: Elements of Style. In J. Baydo (Ed.), National Technology and Social Science Conference Proceedings 2013, Vol.1, 16-25. El Cajon, California: The National Social Science Association, (NSSA), National Social Science Press.

        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2013
      • Basham, R. & Kang, S. (2013) Infusing Gero-Educational Curriculum Content with Online Learning Resources: Best Practices and Lessons Learned. The National Social Science Technology Journal 2(3) pp. 2-11.

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2013
      • Kang, S. Y. Basham, R.E. & Kim, Y. J. (2013). The Contributing Factors of Depressive Symptoms among Korean Immigrant Elders in Texas. Journal of Gerontological Social Work 56(1):67-82 doi: 10.1080/01634372.2012.734369.]

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter 2011
      • Basham, R. E. (2011) The Mind Body Connection, Technology and Healthy Aging. In In J. Baydo. (Eds.), National Technology and Social Science Conference Proceedings (pp-30-39). El Cahon, California: National Social Science Association (NSSA) National Social Science Press.
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Review 2011
      • Basham, R. E. Review of Memory Rehabilitation: Integrating Theory and Practice (Includes Technology Aspects), by Wilson, B.A.,.Families in Society 90, no 0, 2011: 1-2.

        {Book Review} [Refereed/Juried]

      Conference Paper 2011
      • Basham, R.E., (2011, May) Securing the Elderly:  Emerging Technology and Service Delivery Advances Paper presented at the 17th international conference of the Society for Philosophy and Technology (Track: Technology, Justice and the Good Life).  SPT 2011, Denton, Texas.

        {Conference Paper} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2011
      • Pillai, V., Diaz, H., Basham, R., & Ramirez-Johnson, J. (2011). Democratic Attitudes and Social Capital in Latin America. International Social Work, November 2011 54: 767-779, first published on May 5, 2011.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2011
      • Kang, S. Y. & Basham, R. E. (2011). Contributing Factors of Assistive Devices Use among Frail Elders with Family Caregivers in 2004 National Long Term Care Survey. National Social Science Journal, 36(1), 68-76.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2011
      • Basham, R. & Kang, S. (2011). Sustaining the Elderly: Innovations in emerging technology and service delivery. The National Social Science Technology Journal, 1(2), 1-6.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Lecture/Speech 2011
      • Basham, R. E., In Baker, S, (2011). Dealing with depression during the holidays.  All Things Considered: Public Media for North Texas: KERA: 90.1 FM, NPR (National Public Radio) Affiliate; Dallas, Texas. Available: http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/kera/news.newsmain/article/0/0/1885834/North.Texas/KERA.Health.Checkup.Holiday.Depression
        {Lecture/Speech} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Popular Press Article 2011
      • Basham, R. E., In Baker, S, (2011). Dealing with depression during the holidays.  Morning Edition: Public Media for North Texas: KERA: 90.1 FM, NPR (National Public Radio) Affiliate; Dallas, Texas. Available: http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/kera/news.newsmain/article/0/0/1885834/North.Texas/KERA.Health.Checkup.Holiday.Depression
        {Popular Press Article} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Technical Report 2011
      • Kang, S. Y. & Basham, R. E. (2011). CSWE (Council on Social Work Education) Gero-Ed Center, CDI (Curriculum Development Institute) Program. Final Evaluation and Summary. John A. Hartford Foundation.
        {Technical Report} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter 2010
      • Kang, S. Y. & Basham, R. E. (2010). Special equipment use among frail elders. In J. Baydo. (Eds.), National Technology and Social Science Conference Proceedings 2010 (pp. 107-117). ElCajon, California: The National Social Science Association, (NSSA), National Social Science Press.
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]
      2010
      • Basham, R. E. & Kang, S. Y. (2010). Sustainable aging: Innovations in emerging technology and service delivery. In J. Baydo. (Eds.), National Technology and Social Science Conference Proceedings 2010 (pp. 30-40). ElCajon, California: The National Social Science Association, (NSSA), National Social Science Press.
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]
      2010
      • Basham, R., Jordan, C., & Hoefer, R. (2010). Reliability and validity in quantitative research. In B. Thyer. (Eds.), The handbook of social work research methods (pp. 50-64). Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications.
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2010
      • Moon, S. S., Mo, B., & Basham, R. (2010). Adolescent Depression and Future Smoking Behavior: A Prospective Study. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 27(6), 405-422.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Poster Abstract 2010
      • Kang, S. Y., Basham, R. E., & Kim, Y. J. (2010, November). English language proficiency and depressive symptoms among Korean American elders.. Poster session presented at The Gerontological Society of America's 63rd Annual Scientific Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana.
        {Poster Abstract} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter 2009
      • Basham, R. (2009). The Graying of Civilization - Service Need, Technology and Social Values Conflict. In J. Baydo. (Eds.), National Social Science Proceedings: National Technology and Social Science Conference (pp. 17-24). ElCajon, California: National Social Science Association (NSSA), National Social Science Press.
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Review 2009
      • Basham, R. E. "Review of: Bambina, A., Online social support: The interplay of social networks and computer-mediated communication." .Journal of Technology in Human Services 27, 2009: 150-155.
        {Book Review} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2009
      • Basham, R. & Buchanan, F. (2009). A survey comparison of the career motivations of Social Work and Business students. Journal of Social Work Education, 45(2), 187-208.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2009
      • Pillai, V., Basham, R., & Jayasundara, D. (2009). A multivariate analysis of the working poor in Texas: Implications for policy. Journal of Social Service Research, 35(1), 11-22.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book 2008
      • Diaz, H. L., Ramirez-Johnson, J., Basham, R. E., & Pillai, V. K. (2008). Strengthening democracy through community capacity building: A study of four Latin American countries. Spokane: Marquette Books LLC.
        {Book} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter 2007
      • Basham, R. (2007). Rushing in: A social work educational opportunity to enhance disaster management and response. In Katherine A. Kendall Institute for International Social Work Education. (Eds.), Proceedings on Disaster Planning, Management, and Relief: New Responsibilities for Social Work Education. Alexandria, Virginia: Council on Social Work Education.
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Conference Paper 2007
      • Basham, R., Pillai, V., & Gupta, R. (2007, October). A multivariate analysis of the working poor in Texas: Implications for policy. Paper presented at Annual Program Meeting (APM), and Council on Conferences and Faculty Development of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), San Francisco, California.

        {Conference Paper} [Refereed/Juried]
      2007
      • Lehmann, P., Basham, R., Spence, E., & Strickler, H. (2007, January). An exploratory test of two Solution Focused Fidelity Instruments. Paper presented at The Bridging Disciplinary Boundaries: Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work SSWR), San Francisco, California.

        {Conference Paper} [Refereed/Juried]
      2007
      • Basham, R. (2007, January). Rushing in: A social work educational opportunity to enhance disaster management and response. Paper presented at Disaster Planning, Management, and Relief: New Responsibilities for Social Work Education., Bridgetown, Barbados.

        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Journal Article 2007
      • Buchanan, F., Kim, K., & Basham, R. (2007). Career orientations of Business Master's students as compared to Social Work students: Further inquiry into the value of graduate education. Career Development International, 12(3), 282-303.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book 2006
      • Patterson, D. A. & Basham, R. E. (2006). Data Analysis with Spreadsheets: (Textbook). Boston Massachusetts: Allyn & Bacon Publishers.
        {Book} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter 2006
      • Basham, R. E. (2006). World Relief: data and technology. In M. Odekon (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of World Poverty (Vol. 3, ). Croton-on-Hudson, NY and Thousand Oaks, CA: Golson Books Ltd. and Sage Publications.

        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]
      2006
      • Basham, R. E. (2006). Planning: data and technology. In M. Odekon (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of World Poverty (Vol. 2, ). Croton-on-Hudson, NY and Thousand Oaks, CA: Golson Books Ltd and Sage Publications.

        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]
      2006
      • Basham, R. E. (2006). Distribution: data and technology. In M. Odekon (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of World Poverty (Vol. 1, ). Croton-on-Hudson, NY, Thousand Oaks, CA: Golson Books Ltd and Sage Publications.

        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Compact Disc(CD) 2006
      • Patterson, D. A. & Basham, R. E. (2006). Data Analysis with Spreadsheets: Multimedia Modules (Companion CD-ROM). Boston, Massachusetts: Allyn & Bacon Publishers.
        {Compact Disc(CD)} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2006
      • Schoech, R., Basham, R., & Fluke, J. (2006). A technology enhanced EBP model. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 3(3-4), 55-72.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Technical Report 2006
      • Diaz, H. L., Ramirez-Johnson, J., Basham, R. E., & Pillai, V. K. (2006). Community Capacity, Micro-Economic Development and Democratization: The Cases of Bolivia, Honduras, Nicaragua and Peru.. Silver Spring, Maryland: Adventist Development and Relief Agency, International (ADRAI).
        {Technical Report} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book Chapter 2005
      • Basham, R. E., & Diaz, H. L. (2005). Cómo visualizar las necesidades: Uso de técnicas de visualización como instrumentos de apoyo en la formulación de la política social. de M.R., Ferreira, y R.E.L., Estrada, (Editores), Tópicos selectos en politicas de bienestar social, Tomos I y II, Monterrey, N.L., Mexico: Trillas.
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]
      2005
      • Basham, R. (2005). Data visualization in evaluating service delivery and in educating service providers in data analysis. In Richards, G. (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2005 (pp. 226-230). Chesapeake, VA: Education and Information Technology Digital Library (EdITLIb) , Sponsored by the Association for Advancement in Computer Education (AACE).
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]
      2005
      • Basham, R., Rycraft, J., & Schoech, D. (2005). Visualizing data on violence against children: Detection and prevention of violence in statewide child protective services (CPS) using an online analytical processing (OLAP) technology and online training. In Richards, G. (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2005 (pp. 523-528). Chesapeake, VA: Education and Information Technology Digital Library (EdITLIb) , Sponsored by the Association for Advancement in Computer Education (AACE).
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Conference Paper 2005
      • Basham, R. E. (2005, October). ). Data visualization in evaluating service delivery and in educating service providers in data analysis. Paper presented at E-learn 2005 (World Conference on E-learning in Corporate Government, Healthcare and Higher Education), organized by the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), Vancouver, Canada.

        {Conference Paper} [Refereed/Juried]
      2005
      • Basham, R. E., Rycraft, J. R., & Schoech, R. (2005, October). Visualizing data on violence against children: Detection and prevention of violence in statewide child protective services (CPS) using an online analytical processing (OLAP) technology and online training. Paper presented at E-learn 2005 (World Conference on E-learning in Corporate Government, Healthcare and Higher Education), organized by the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), Vancouver, Canada.

        {Conference Paper} [Refereed/Juried]

      Conference Paper 2004
      • Basham, R. E. & Diaz, H. L. (2004, August). Cómo visualizar las necesidades: Uso de técnicas de visualización como instrumentos de apoyo en la formulación de la política social. Paper presented at International Colloquium on Social Policy Conference: Facultad de Trabajo Social, Universidad Autónoma De Nuevo León, Monterrey, México.

        {Conference Paper} [Refereed/Juried]
      2004
      • Patterson, D. A. & Basham, R. E. (2004, August). Spreadsheets: Readily available tools for multiple ITC. Paper presented at The 7th Human Services Information Technology Applications (HUSITA 7), International Technology Conference, Hong Kong (SAR), China.

        {Conference Paper} [Refereed/Juried]
      2004
      • Basham, R. E. (2004, January). Data visualization methods in the evaluation of multilevel change over time.. Paper presented at Society for Social Work Research (SSWR) Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana.

        {Conference Paper} [Refereed/Juried]

      Conference Proceeding 2004
      • Patterson, D. A. & Basham, R. E. (2004). "Spreadsheets: Readily Available Tools for Multiple ITC". In In 7th Human Services Information Technology Applications (HUSITA7): Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and Social Inclusion, International Technology Conference. Hong Kong (SAR) China:.
        {Conference Proceeding} [Refereed/Juried]
      2004
      • Schoech, R., Rycraft, J., & Basham, R. (2004). Visualizing data using OLAP (Online Analytical Processing) Software". In 7th Human Services Information Technology Applications (HUSITA7): Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and Social Inclusion, International Technology Conference. Hong Kong (SAR) China:.
        {Conference Proceeding} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2004
      • Schoech, D., Fluke, J., Basham, R., Baumann, D., & Cochran, G. (2004). Visualizing Multilevel Agency Data Using OLAP Technology: An illustration & lessons learned. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 22(4), 93-111.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Conference Paper 2003
      • Basham, R. E. (2003). The impact of conflict and uncertainty on Medicare social policy.. Paper presented at National Social Welfare Policy Conference, The University of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina.

        {Conference Paper} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2003
      • Patterson, D. A. & Basham, R. E. (2003). Visualizing change: Spreadsheets and graphical representation across domains in human service practice. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 21(4), 1-16.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Poster Abstract 2003
      • Schoech, R., Rycraft, J., Basham, R., & Cochran, G. (2003, October). DEMOS *Data Enhanced Management: Online System): A web based decision support tool. Poster session presented at The 2003 National Association of Social Workers/Texas Conference, Arlington, Texas.
        {Poster Abstract} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book 2002
      • Basham, R. E. (2002). Data Visualization: Graphical Representation in the Evaluation of Experiential Group Therapy Education Outcomes.. UMI Dissertation Abstracts Database ISBN #: 3086821: Proquest Digital Dissertations.
        {Book} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2002
      • Patterson, D. A. & Basham, R. E. (2002). visualization procedures in the analysis of group treatment outcomes across units of analysis. Small Group Research, 33(2), 209-233.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Poster Abstract 2002
      • Basham, R. E. & Patterson, D. A. (2002, February). Using spreadsheets for data collection, statistical analysis, and graphical representation. Poster session presented at Annual Program Meeting (APM) of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), Nashville, Tennessee.
        {Poster Abstract} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter 2001
      • Basham, R. E. (2001). Multivariate Regression, Ordinary Least Squares. In D.A. Patterson. (Eds.), Using spreadsheets for data collection, statistical analysis and graphical representation (CD-ROM).. Available: //web.utk.edu/~dap/Random/Order/Start.htm.: University of Tennessee, Department of Information and Infrastructure.
        {Book Chapter} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 2001
      • Patterson, D. A. & Basham, R. E. (2001, January). Data visualization procedures in the analysis of group treatment outcomes across units of analysis. Paper presented at Society for Social Work Research (SSWR) Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.

        {Conference Paper} [Refereed/Juried]
      2001
      • Patterson, D. A. & Basham, R. E. (2001, September). Visualizing change: Spreadsheets and graphical representation across domains in human service practice. Paper presented at 6th Human Services Information Technology Applications (HUSITA 6), International Technology Conference, Charleston, South Carolina.

        {Conference Paper} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2000
      • Nugent, W. R., Graycheck-White, L., & Basham, R. E. (2000). A "devil" hidden in the details: The effects of measurement error in regression analysis. Journal of Social Service Research, 27(1), 53-74.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

Presentations

    • April  2017
      Data Visualization in Evaluating Group Level Educational Outcomes
      Exploring graphical respresentation, of multilevel group outcomes, across units of analysis and across time.
    • November  2013
      Preble, K., Mengo, C., Basham, R. & Richards, T. (2013) Human Trafficking: A systematic review of online training videos.

      National Presentations (U.S.A.)

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      Patterson, D. A., & Basham, R. E. (2008, October). Faculty Development Institute:Teaching Data Analysis with Spreadsheets: Robust and Readily Available Tools for Practice and Research, presented .

      National Presentations (U.S.A.)

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      Patterson, D. A., & Basham, R. E. (2001, January). Data visualization procedures in the analysis of group treatment outcomes across units of analysis.

      National Presentations (U.S.A.)

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      Basham, R., Pillai, V., & Gupta, R. (2007, October). A multivariate analysis ofthe working poor in Texas: Implications for policy.

      National Presentations (U.S.A.)

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      Brownell, G. & Basham, R. (2013) A Qualitative Study of the Reintegration Experiences of Ex-Child Soldiers in Liberia.

      National Presentations (U.S.A.)

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      Lehmann P., Basham R., Spence E., & Strickler, H. (2007, January). An exploratory test of two Solution Focused Fidelity Instruments.

      National Presentations (U.S.A.)

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      Brownell, G., Basham, R., & Bezboruah, K. (2013) "Roles of NGOs in Ex-Combatants' Reintegration"

      National Presentations (U.S.A.)

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      Pillai, V., Basham, R., & Jayasundera, D. (2006, November). "The Working Poor in Texas: The Role of Immigration." Presented at the symposium on: work, occupations, and industry: Southern Demography Association .

      National Presentations (U.S.A.)

  • Past
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      Basham, R.E., & Kang, S.Y. (2012, April). Using Technology to Infuse and Evaluate Gero-Educational Curriculum Content .

      National Presentations (U.S.A.)

  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. (2004, January). Data visualization methods in the evaluation of multilevel change over time.

      National Presentations (U.S.A.)

  • Past
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      Basham, R.E. & Kang, S.Y. (2010, March). Sustainable aging: Innovations in emerging technology and service delivery.

      National Presentations (U.S.A.)

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      Patterson, D. A. & Basham, R. E. (2004, January). Spreadsheets: Robust and flexible tools for data analysis in social work research.

      National Presentations (U.S.A.)

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      Kang, S.Y., Moon, S.S., & Basham, R.E. (2009, November). English language proficiency and depressive symptoms among Chinese American elders in Arizona.

      National Presentations (U.S.A.)

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      Rycraft, J., Schoech, R., Basham, R., & Ferris, J. (2003, September). Effective use of data to meet national CFSR (Child and Family Services Review) standards.

      National Presentations (U.S.A.)

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      Basham, R.E. (2011, April).The Mind Body Connection, Technology and Healthy Aging.

      National Presentations (U.S.A.)

  • Past
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      Basham, R. E., & Patterson, D. A. (2002, February). Using spreadsheets for data collection, statistical analysis, and graphical representation.

      National Presentations (U.S.A.)

  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E. (2003, January). Invited panel presentation: In J. Rycraft (Chair), Visualizing SACWIS data (Statewide Automated Child Welfare Information Systems) to optimize decision making to meet national CFSR standards.

      National Presentations (U.S.A.)

  • Past
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      Pierson, B., Wittenstrom, K., Schoech, R., Basham, R., and Fluke, J. (2003, April). Visualizing SACWIS data to optimize decision-making.

      National Presentations (U.S.A.)

  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. (2003, August). The impact of conflict and uncertainty on Medicare social policy.

      National Presentations (U.S.A.)

  • Past
    •  
      Kang, S.Y. & Basham, R.E. (2010, October) Foundation Curricula Development in Social Work Gerontology, Invited presentation; for The John A.

      National Presentations (U.S.A.)

  • Past
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      Basham, R.E. (2013, March). The Online Stress Crisis and Coping Course for Graduate Professional Students: Elements of style, for low stress course development and delivery.

      National Presentations (U.S.A.)

  • Past
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      Basham, R.E. (2009, April). The Graying of Civilization, Service Need, Technology and Social Values Conflict

      National Presentations (U.S.A.)

  • Past
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      Kang, S.Y., & Basham, R.E. (2010, March). Special equipment use among frail elders with family caregivers .

      National Presentations (U.S.A.)

  • Past
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      Patterson, D. A., & Basham, R. E. (2004, August). Spreadsheets: Readily available tools for multiple ITC.

      International Presentations

  • Past
    •  
      Patterson, D. A., & Basham, R. E. (2001, September). Visualizing change: Spreadsheets and graphical representation across domains in human service practice.

      International Presentations

  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R.E., (2011, May) Securing the Elderly: Emerging Technology and Service Delivery Advances .

      International Presentations

  • Past
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      Patterson, D. A., & Basham, R. E. (2001, September). Spreadsheet-based data analysis and visualization.

      International Presentations

  • Past
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      Patterson, D. A., & Basham, R. E. (2001, September). Visualizing and conceptualizing information to support evidence based practice.

      International Presentations

  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E., & Diaz, H. L. (2004, August). Cómo visualizar las necesidades: Uso de técnicas de visualización como instrumentos de apoyo en la formulación de la política social.

      International Presentations

  • Past
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      Schoech, R., Rycraft, J., & Basham, R. (2004, August). Visualizing data using OLAP (Online Analytical Processing) software. Training Workshop/Demonstration presented at the 7th Human Services Information Technology Applications (HUSITA 7)

      International Presentations

  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. (2007, January). Rushing in: A social work educational opportunity to enhance disaster management and response.

      International Presentations

  • Past
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      Basham, R. E., Rycraft, J. R., & Schoech R. (2005, October). Visualizing data on violence against children

      International Presentations

  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. (2005, October). Data visualization in evaluating service delivery and in educating service providers in data analysis.

      International Presentations

  • Past
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      Diaz, H. L., Ramirez-Johnson, J., Basham, R. E., & Pillai, V. K. (2006, November). Invited presentation: Community capacity, micro-economic development and democratization: The cases of Bolivia, Honduras, Nicaragua and Peru.

      International Presentations

  • Past
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      Lehmann P., Basham R., & Smock S. (2006, November). Solution focused practice and research: The development of three new assessment instruments.

      International Presentations

  • Past
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      Rycraft, J., & Basham, R. (2003, February).
      State and Regional Presentations

  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. (1988, October). Chronic pain management: A non- medical perspective.
      State and Regional Presentations
  • Past
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      Rycraft, J., Schoech, R., Baumann, D., Fluke, J., Basham, R., & Cochran, G. (2003, January).
      State and Regional Presentations
  • Past
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      Basham, R.E. (2009, October). Aging, service delivery needs and technology applications
      State and Regional Presentations
  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. (2002, April). Data visualization: Graphical representation in the evaluation of experiential group therapy intervention outcomes (Preliminary Findings).
      State and Regional Presentations
  • Past
    •  
      Basham R. (2006). Invited Keynote: Graduation Commencement Address for B.S.W. (Bachelors of Social Work), M.S.S.W. (Masters of Science in Social Work), and Ph.D. (Doctor of Social Work) Graduation Ceremony, School of Social Work, The University
      State and Regional Presentations
  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. (2002, February). Data visualization: Graphical representation in the evaluation of experiential group therapy intervention outcomes (Preliminary Findings).
      State and Regional Presentations
  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. (2002, February). Overview: Medicare Healthcare Policy and History.
      State and Regional Presentations
  • Past
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      Schoech, R., Rycraft, J., Basham, R., & Cochran, G. (2003, October). DEMOS: A web based decision support tool.

      State and Regional Presentations

  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R., Schoech, R., & Rycraft, J. (2003, June).

      State and Regional Presentations

  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E., & Basham, S. A. (1994, April).

      State and Regional Presentations

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      Basham, R. E. (1995, April). Talking for change.

      State and Regional Presentations

  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. (1997, April). To make a long story short

      State and Regional Presentations

  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. (2001, July). Seeing results: Evaluating group processes and outcomes using available personal computer technology.

      State and Regional Presentations

  • Past
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      Fluke, J., Basham, R., Whittenstrom, K., & Sheets J. (2003, March). Data Enhanced Management Online Support (DEMOS).

      State and Regional Presentations

  • Past
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      Rycraft, J., Schoech, R., Baumann, D., Basham, R., & Whittenstrom, K. (2003, June).

      State and Regional Presentations

  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. (2004, June). Medicare: Origins and changes, emerging needs, program expansions and cost containment efforts.

      State and Regional Presentations

  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. (2005, November). Technology and service evaluation

      State and Regional Presentations

  • Past
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      Hough, C., Turner, R., Adame P., Basham, R., and Clark, M. (2006, October). Social work roles in disaster response. Invited panel presentation.

      State and Regional Presentations

  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. (1989, June). Long-term stress associated with illness and surgery.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
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      Basham, R. E., Singer, C., Green, D., & Coyne, C. (1977). CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Rescuscitation) Advanced Certification Training Workshop
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E. (1989, March). Marriages that work and marriages that do not work.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. & Malone, J. (2013, April). .Understanding policy and change implications in establishing an off campus accelerated MSSW degree in Direct Practice with Children and Families and with a Certificate in Administration.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E. (1989, February). Therapy for depression.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
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      Basham, R. (2009, April).
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E. (1988, November).
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. (2005, September). The University of Texas at Arlington, School of Social Work
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E. (1988, September). Overview of Psychosocial Assessment Focusing on Mental Status Evaluation Techniques.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
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      Schoech, R., Rycraft, J., & Basham, R. (2004, October). DEMOS
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E. (1987, November). Stress management.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. (2001, April). Medicare and Managed Care: A critical analysis of history and current literature on policies affecting health care.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E. (1987, November). Psychosocial Intervention and Chronic Pain.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E. (1997, March). Coping with chronic illness
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E. (1986, May). An introduction to non-verbal communication in social work interventions.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. (1996, December). Overview of domestic violence concepts and interventions.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. & Viglianco, K. (1986, February). Interventions for sexual dysfunctions.
      Trainings and Community Presentations

  • Past
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      Basham, R. E., & Smith, M. A. (1996, March). Attention Deficit Disorder.
      Trainings and Community Presentations

  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. (1986, January). Time management.
      Trainings and Community Presentations

  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. (1995, November). Providing effective family based care with managed care service providers.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. & Miller, E. (1985, December). Coping with depression. Presented at Prime Time: Region 9 Office on Aging: Members Meeting
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. (1995, September). Providing effective mental health services with managed care service providers.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
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      Basham, R. E., Phelps, S., Dubus, J., Perkins, P., & Martineau, R. (1985, December). Overview of stress management and non-medical chronic pain concepts for nurse faculty.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. (1995, March). Providing brief solution-focused mental health therapy.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. (1985, November). Illness in the family and stress management.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. (1992, December). Overview of intervention methodologies as proposed by N.L.P. (Neuro-linguistic Programming) developers.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R., (1992, April). Utilizing Rapport Building Skills to Facilitate Change with Clients.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
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      Basham, R. E., Phelps, S., & Martineau, R. (1985, October). Listening and responding to your personal needs.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
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    •  
      Basham, R. E. (1990, April). The "I Can Cope" Program: Coping with emotions during chronic and terminal illness.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
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    •  
      Basham, R. E. (1985, September). Managing stress while seeking success.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E. (1990, February). Coping with Stress and Chronic Health Problems.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E., Basham, S. A., & Threats, L. (1985, May).
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. (2005, October).
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E. & Martineau, R. (1985, January). Chemical dependency: Working toward recovery, issues of concern for adult children of alcoholics.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E. (2001, November). Medicare Overview. In M. Rogge, (Moderator) Overview of Medicare, Public Housing, and Tenncare Policy Initiatives.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E. (1983, November).
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E. (1996, December). Overview of DSM-IV diagnoses.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E. (1983, August). A mini course on Ericksonian clinical hypnotherapy for mental health and healthcare providers.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
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      Basham, R. E. (1996, January). Overview of Dissociative Disorders and non-medical intervention methods: A review of case examples.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
    •  
      Herbert, E. & Basham, R. E. (1983, April). Healing a community: Resources for the unemployed person and their family.
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E. (1995, April).
      Trainings and Community Presentations
  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E. (1983, January). Managing stress, and social and family problems related to sudden unemployment.

      Trainings and Community Presentations

  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E. (1992, November). The "I Can Cope" Program: Coping with emotions during chronic and terminal illness.

      Trainings and Community Presentations

  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E. (1982, October). An introduction to non-verbal communication.

      Trainings and Community Presentations

  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E. (1993, October). Non-medical interventions in anxiety disorders.

      Trainings and Community Presentations

  • Past
    •  
      Basham R. E. &. Smith, M. A. (1996, September). Coping with traumatic loss of a child as a result of violence.

      Trainings and Community Presentations

  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E., & Plihall, E. (1990, December). Coping with depression.

      Trainings and Community Presentations

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    •  
      Basham, R. E. (1990, April). Stress management and chronic illness.

      Trainings and Community Presentations

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    •  
      Basham, R. E. (1982, October). Stress in the ministry: Rescue yourself from the stress of rescuing others.

      Trainings and Community Presentations

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      Basham, R. E. (2005, April). Invited symposium: "If You Always Do What You Have Always Done...You'll Always Get What You Always Got!" (Author Unknown): On the need for technology and service evaluation applications: Transformations and training i

      Trainings and Community Presentations

  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E., Jarrett, A., & Campbell, E. (1978). Orthopedic Care Training WorkshopWheeling

      Trainings and Community Presentations

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      Basham, R. E. (1980, September through April 1981). Sexual assualt prevention: workshop series; Provided in consultation with the Rape and Domestic Violence Information Center and the Morgantown, Police Department.

      Trainings and Community Presentations

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      Basham, R. E. (1982, July). Providing structured programs for children in domestic violence shelters. Presented at A.L.I.V.E. (Alternatives to Living in Violent Environments) Domestic Violence Shelter Program

      Trainings and Community Presentations

  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. E. & Herbert, E. (1982, September). Helping the helpers survive: Stress management techniques to avoid burnout.

      Trainings and Community Presentations

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      Basham, R. E., Basham, S. A., Smith, M. A., & Boland, R. (1995, November). Critical Incident Stress Debriefing: Certification Training.

      Trainings and Community Presentations

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      Basham, R. E. (2000, October). Being intentional in responding to client problems.

      Trainings and Community Presentations

  • Past
    •  
      Basham, R. (2012, March). Brown Bag Luncheon Session: Overview of Scholarship Methods. The University of Texas at Arlington, Office of Research and Community Outreach, School of Social Work

      Trainings and Community Presentations

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      Basham, R., E., Developing Online Blackboard Courses, with Patterns of Excellence: Best Practices from Reviewed Exemplary Courses

       Presented at the Thirtieth National Technology and Social Science Conference, of the National Social Science Association (NSSA), Las Vegas, Nevada

  • Past
    •  

      Basham, R., E., Developing Online Blackboard Courses, with Patterns of Excellence: Best Practices from Reviewed Exemplary Courses

  • Past
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      A Technology Based Model for Sustaining the Elderly: Addressing Rising Service Needs.

      Paper presented at the Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development 2014

  • Past
  • Past
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      Basham, R., Professionalism and the Internet:The challenge of promoting a professional identity and maintaining personal privacy

      E-professionalism and professional career development

  • Past
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      Basham, R., Professionalism and the Internet: The challenge of promoting a professional identity and maintaining personal privacy

      Presented at the Thirty first National Technology and Social Science Conference, of the National Social Science Association (NSSA), Las Vegas, Nevada.

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      Information Science and Technology in Crisis Response and Management

      This paper will define and identify the essential components of effective information driven and technological crises response and management systems to address disaster events.
      National Social Science Association, Technology and Social Science Conference. Las Vegas Nevada

Projects

  • 2013
    • Nov 2013 to Apr 2014 Lead Research Project Consultant: Education Advisory Board Strategic Research

      2013-2014, Custom Research Report on; Program Characteristics and Demand for Masters of Social Work in the Southeast United States, University of Texas at Arlington, School of Social Work.

      Role: Other PI: John Tannous, Research Manager, EAB Strategic Research

Support & Funding

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    • Aug 2014 to Aug 2017 HRSA (Human Resource Services Administration) Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training (BHWET) for Professionals. sponsored by  - $1440000
    • Jan 2008 to Jan 2011 CSWE (Council on Social Work Education) Gero-Ed Center, CDI (Curriculum Development Institute) Program to increase the number of BSW and MSW graduates with foundation gerontological competencies sponsored by  - $9200
    • Jan 2005 to Jan 2007 Community Capacity, Macro-Economic Development and Democratization: The Cases of Bolivia, Honduras, Nicaragua and Peru. sponsored by  - $45333
    • Jan 2005 to Jan 2009 Research and Scholarship:Travel and Professional Development Awards sponsored by  - $4750
    • Jan 2002 to Jan 2005 F2F/Internet Training for Data-based ASFA/MEPA decision-making. sponsored by  - $909134
    • Jan 2002 to Jan 2003 Designated Research Initiative Award(s) sponsored by  - $10000
    • Jan 1988 to Jan 1989 State of Ohio, Senate Bill 336, Mental Health Programs Grant Renewal Funding (Contributions to: Program Evaluation and Peer Review Sections) sponsored by  - $156000
    • Jan 1980 to Jan 1981 Abused Children Program Grant: Co-Applicant (Term: 1981-1984) sponsored by  - $195000

Other Research Activities

  • 2005
    • Support
      • Jan 2005 Direct and Indirect Effects of Home Environment, and Parent School Involvement on Immigrant Children’s School Achievement

        National Science Foundation (NSF), American Educational Research Association (AERA) Grants Program

      • Jan 2005 The Development of Fidelity for Solution Focused Therapy: Measuring the Reliability and Validity of a Therapist and Consumer SFT Fidelity Scale

        European Brief Therapy Association

Students Supervised

  • Doctoral
    • May 2005

       Evaluation of an online substance abuse prevention exercise. School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2007

      A quasi-experimental design: Multisystemic therapy as an alternate community-based treatment for youth with severe emotional disturbance. School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2007

      Effects of experiential learning on F2F and multimedia learning environments in the acquisition of active listening skills. School of Social Work, University of Texas at Arlington and Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, México.

    • May 2007

      The effectiveness of virtual learning environment techniques on student learning of clinical skills. School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2007

      Optimism associations with well-being: Indications among older people in the U.S. School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2008

      Homosexuality and the U.S. military: A study of homosexual identity and choice of military service. School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2008

      A comprehensive look at mental health barriers in the Latino community.  School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington and Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, México.

    • May 2008

      Social capital: The missing link between HIV/AIDS knowledge, attitudes, and related behavior among girls and young women in Tanzania. School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2008

      The stress of care giving: Factors impacting family caregivers following entry of the care recipient into a nursing home. School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2008

      Various issues of marital satisfaction in American Black/White interracial marriages. School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2009

      Factors influencing nursing home utilization of older Americans. School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2009

      The Role of the Sibling Relationship in Foster Care: A comparison of Outcomes of adults with a history of childhood out-of-home placement. School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2009

      The Contribution of NGO’s to health in the developing world. School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2009

      Reproductive health of women in developing countries and human development: A test of Sen’s theory. School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2009

      Protective factors in children exposed to domestic violence with implications for future social work practice, policy, and research. School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2010

      African American Fathers and Afro-centric Parenting-Factors associated with the Socialization of Children. School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2010

      Evaluation of a web-phone intervention system on preventing smoking relapse.  School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2011

       Determinants of Modern Contraceptive Use in Cameroon from 1991 to 2004, School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2011

      Modernization and Contraception in Kenya from 1998 to 2008-2009, School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2012

      Reproductive Health in India: An Empowerment Model , School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2012

      Posttraumatic Growth and Positive Macro-level Outcome, School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2012

      Reproductive health of the tribals in India: A sustainability perspective. School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2012

      Modeling Son Preference in Pakistan, School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2013

      The Reintegration Experiences of Ex-child Soldiers in Liberia, Chair; School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2013

      Professional preparation and practices of child custody evaluators: A comparitive study of Masters-level and Doctoral-level practitioners., School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2014

      Trauma Treatment: The influence of education and training on social workers knowledge, percieved self-efficacy, and use of evidence-based interventions.     School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2015

      The Nature of Kinship Care Relationships and Permanency Outcomes for Foster Children. Implications for Social Work Practice, Policy, and Research, School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2014

      Suicide Among Korean Adolescents, School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • Present

      (In progress) School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2017
      Family, Spirituality, Placement and Care Giver Burden, School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.
    • Present

      (In progress) School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • Present

      (In progress) School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington

  • Master's
    • Sept 2005

      Evaluation of an online substance prevention program. School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2006

      An exploration of gender perceptions of democracy in rural Peru, Bolivia, Nicaragua, and Honduras.
           (Graduate School: Master’s Thesis Substitute) Co-chair: School of Urban and Public Affairs and School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2017

      Social Work and Moreno: A Systematic Review of Psychodrama Methods and Implications. School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington. Chair.

    • May 2009

      Associations and predictors of depressive symptoms and Smoking among adolescents. School of Social Work,University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2009

      Underlying causes of forced displacement: An international study. School of Social Work, University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2009

      Influential factors on adolescent suicidal behavior. School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2012

      Urban and Rural Differences in Women's Age at Marriage in Yemen 1991-1997. School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2012

      Individual, Family, School and Community Predictors for Depression and Self Esteem: A comparitive study between Asian and Latino adolescents. School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2012

      Urban-Rural differences in the use of contraceptives among the people in Republic of Yemen1991-1997. School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2013

      Bulimia Nervosa and Substance Use Disorder: Comorbidity and Treatment, School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2013

      Contraceptive use in India: A comparison of Hindu versus Muslim women. School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2014

      Measuring and Tracking Integrated Health Care (METRIHC) School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2014

      Text Analysis of Social Development as a Concept Approach. School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2015

      Urbanization versus Sanitation: Exploring the effectiveness of social indicators on reducing infant mortality rate in developing countries." School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    • May 2015

      Cyber Abuse and College Students: New Risk Factors in Intimate Partner Violence. School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

Peers Mentored

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    Duration : Sept 2008 to Sept 2009

    Mentor, Faculty to Faculty Mentoring Program, Univeristy of Texas at Arlington, currently, Professor, Faculty of Education at Univeriity of Toronto Institute of Technology (UIOT), Toronto, Canada. https://ca.linkedin.com/in/carolynguertin

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    Duration : Sept 2015 to Sept 2016

    Mentor, Faculty to Faculty Mentoring Program, Univeristy of Texas at Arlington.

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    Duration : Sept 2008 to May 2011

    By request and agreement: Assistant Professor and Hartford Gerontology Scholar at UT Arlington, currently Associate Professor at The State University of New York (SUNY) at Binghamton.

Collaborators

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      Duration : Sept 1999 to Nov 2008

      Dissertation Chair and Co-author of Data Analysis with Spreadsheets book.

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      Duration : Nov 2004 to Nov 2006

      Colleague and Co-Author of Strengthening Democracy through Community Capacity Building: A study of four Latin America countries, with Johnny Ramirez Johnson and Vijayan K. Pillai as Co-Authors. Dr. Diaz is current Director of the School of Social Work at Western Michigan State University.

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      Duration : Oct 2002 to Oct 2005

      University of Denver: Gradute School of Scoial Work

      Scholar-in-Residence John Fluke has more than 30 years of experience in social service-delivery system research in child welfare and mental health services for children. He is nationally recognized as a researcher specializing in assessing and analyzing decision-making. From 2007 to 2012, he served as director of the Child Protection Research Center at the American Humane Association.

      Fluke is also known for his innovative and informative evaluation work in the areas of child welfare administrative data analysis, workload and costing, and performance and outcome measurement for children and family services.

      http://www.du.edu/socialwork/facultyandstaff/facultydirectory/visiting/fluke.html

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      Duration : Aug 2005 to Aug 2010

      Research Interests:

      Global competitiveness/sustainability in industry and higher education, emerging markets corporate social responsibility, gender/diversity, oil/energy management.

      http://www.iup.edu/page.aspx?id=166977

       

Courses

      • SOCW 5311-002 Social Work Direct Practice: Advanced Micro Practice

        This course builds on the generalist perspective and basic familiarity with Social Work processes, such as;

        problem identification, assessment, contracting, plan implementation, and outcome evaluation, in the context

        of (1) existing psychotherapeutic modalities, and (2) the particular client characteristics that lend themselves

        to specific change modalities. Required of all Direct practice students. Prerequisites: SOCW 5304; SOCW

        5310; and SOCW 5551.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCW 5316-003 Social Work Direct Practice: Stress, Crisis and Coping

        To live is to experience stress.Depending on how one defines crisis, most social work clients can be classified as to be in a crisis state when they come into contact with social work services.For the purpose of this course, the term crisis is used to denote certain significant life-alternate events and experiences perceived by individuals as extremely threatening and the resulting adverse effects causing significant emotional, social or physical distresses to them and their family.The purpose of this course is for students to gain knowledge and skills in evaluating clients various coping behaviors and develop timely and appropriate intervention strategies.The history and evolution of the stress concept and recent research of relationships between stress and individual biopsychosocial functioning will be explored.Economic, racial, gender, cultural and environmental factors as well as unique individual personality hardiness and at risk factors as they influence ones coping and adaptation under lifes adverse circumstances will be the focus of this course.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCW 6340-001 Advanced Research Methods in Human Services

        Doctoral Level: Advanced Research Methods, the required core research course, emphasizes the link between theory and research, the role of research in the profession, the logic of research, stages of the research process, the major strategies and techniques available to gather information, approaches to data analysis, and preparation of a research proposal.  The primary focus is on quantitative methods.  The course can be divided into two conceptual pieces:  understanding, analyzing and critiquing other authors’ research, on the one hand, and designing, supporting and implementing one’s own research, on the other hand.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCW 6361-010 Social Work Direct Practice: Stress, Crisis and Coping

        To live is to experience stress.Depending on how one defines crisis, most social work clients can be classified as to be in a crisis state when they come into contact with social work services.For the purpose of this course, the term crisis is used to denote certain significant life-alternate events and experiences perceived by individuals as extremely threatening and the resulting adverse effects causing significant emotional, social or physical distresses to them and their family.The purpose of this course is for students to gain knowledge and skills in evaluating clients various coping behaviors and develop timely and appropriate intervention strategies.The history and evolution of the stress concept and recent research of relationships between stress and individual biopsychosocial functioning will be explored.Economic, racial, gender, cultural and environmental factors as well as unique individual personality hardiness and at risk factors as they influence ones coping and adaptation under lifes adverse circumstances will be the focus of this course.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCW 6361-001 Social work Direct Practice: Stress, Crisis and Coping

        To live is to experience stress.Depending on how one defines crisis, most social work clients can be classified as to be in a crisis state when they come into contact with social work services.For the purpose of this course, the term crisis is used to denote certain significant life-alternate events and experiences perceived by individuals as extremely threatening and the resulting adverse effects causing significant emotional, social or physical distresses to them and their family.The purpose of this course is for students to gain knowledge and skills in evaluating clients various coping behaviors and develop timely and appropriate intervention strategies.The history and evolution of the stress concept and recent research of relationships between stress and individual biopsychosocial functioning will be explored.Economic, racial, gender, cultural and environmental factors as well as unique individual personality hardiness and at risk factors as they influence ones coping and adaptation under lifes adverse circumstances will be the focus of this course.

        Summer - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCW 6325-001 Social Work Advanced Micro-Practice

        [This course builds] on the generalist perspective and basic familiarity with Social Work processes (such as

        problem identification, assessment, contracting, plan implementation, and outcome evaluation, in the context

        of (1) existing psychotherapeutic modalities, and (2) the particular client characteristics that lend themselves

        to specific change modalities. Required of all Direct practice students. Prerequisites: SOCW 5304; SOCW

        5310; and SOCW 5551.

        Summer - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCW 6361-001 Social work Direct Practice: Stress, Crisis and Coping

        To live is to experience stress.Depending on how one defines crisis, most social work clients can be classified as to be in a crisis state when they come into contact with social work services.For the purpose of this course, the term crisis is used to denote certain significant life-alternate events and experiences perceived by individuals as extremely threatening and the resulting adverse effects causing significant emotional, social or physical distresses to them and their family.The purpose of this course is for students to gain knowledge and skills in evaluating clients various coping behaviors and develop timely and appropriate intervention strategies.The history and evolution of the stress concept and recent research of relationships between stress and individual biopsychosocial functioning will be explored.Economic, racial, gender, cultural and environmental factors as well as unique individual personality hardiness and at risk factors as they influence ones coping and adaptation under lifes adverse circumstances will be the focus of this course.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours1 Document
      • SOCW 6325-010 ADVANCED MICRO PRACTICE

        Builds on the generalist perspective and the basic familiarity with social work processes (such as problem identification, assessment, contracting, plan implementation, and outcome evaluation) in the context of (1) existing psychotherapeutic modalities, and (2) the particular client characteristics that lend themselves to specific change modalities. Required of all Direct Practice (DP) students. Prerequisite: SOCW 5304, or Advanced Standing.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCW 6361-001 Social work Direct Practice: Stress, Crisis and Coping

        To live is to experience stress.Depending on how one defines crisis, most social work clients can be classified as to be in a crisis state when they come into contact with social work services.For the purpose of this course, the term crisis is used to denote certain significant life-alternate events and experiences perceived by individuals as extremely threatening and the resulting adverse effects causing significant emotional, social or physical distresses to them and their family.The purpose of this course is for students to gain knowledge and skills in evaluating clients various coping behaviors and develop timely and appropriate intervention strategies.The history and evolution of the stress concept and recent research of relationships between stress and individual biopsychosocial functioning will be explored.Economic, racial, gender, cultural and environmental factors as well as unique individual personality hardiness and at risk factors as they influence ones coping and adaptation under lifes adverse circumstances will be the focus of this course.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCW 6340-001 Advanced Research Methods in Human Services

        Doctoral Level: Advanced Research Methods, the required core research course, emphasizes the link between theory and research, the role of research in the profession, the logic of research, stages of the research process, the major strategies and techniques available to gather information, approaches to data analysis, and preparation of a research proposal.  The primary focus is on quantitative methods.  The course can be divided into two conceptual pieces:  understanding, analyzing and critiquing other authors’ research, on the one hand, and designing, supporting and implementing one’s own research, on the other hand.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCW 6361-001 Social work Direct Practice: Stress, Crisis and Coping

        To live is to experience stress.Depending on how one defines crisis, most social work clients can be classified as to be in a crisis state when they come into contact with social work services.For the purpose of this course, the term crisis is used to denote certain significant life-alternate events and experiences perceived by individuals as extremely threatening and the resulting adverse effects causing significant emotional, social or physical distresses to them and their family.The purpose of this course is for students to gain knowledge and skills in evaluating clients various coping behaviors and develop timely and appropriate intervention strategies.The history and evolution of the stress concept and recent research of relationships between stress and individual biopsychosocial functioning will be explored.Economic, racial, gender, cultural and environmental factors as well as unique individual personality hardiness and at risk factors as they influence ones coping and adaptation under lifes adverse circumstances will be the focus of this course.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCW 6361-001 Social work Direct Practice: Stress, Crisis And Coping

        To live is to experience stress.Depending on how one defines crisis, most social work clients can be classified as to be in a crisis state when they come into contact with social work services.For the purpose of this course, the term crisis is used to denote certain significant life-alternate events and experiences perceived by individuals as extremely threatening and the resulting adverse effects causing significant emotional, social or physical distresses to them and their family.The purpose of this course is for students to gain knowledge and skills in evaluating clients various coping behaviors and develop timely and appropriate intervention strategies.The history and evolution of the stress concept and recent research of relationships between stress and individual biopsychosocial functioning will be explored.Economic, racial, gender, cultural and environmental factors as well as unique individual personality hardiness and at risk factors as they influence ones coping and adaptation under lifes adverse circumstances will be the focus of this course.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCW 6361-001 Social Work Direct Practice: Stress, Crisis and Coping

        To live is to experience stress.Depending on how one defines crisis, most social work clients can be classified as to be in a crisis state when they come into contact with social work services.For the purpose of this course, the term crisis is used to denote certain significant life-alternate events and experiences perceived by individuals as extremely threatening and the resulting adverse effects causing significant emotional, social or physical distresses to them and their family.The purpose of this course is for students to gain knowledge and skills in evaluating clients various coping behaviors and develop timely and appropriate intervention strategies.The history and evolution of the stress concept and recent research of relationships between stress and individual biopsychosocial functioning will be explored.Economic, racial, gender, cultural and environmental factors as well as unique individual personality hardiness and at risk factors as they influence ones coping and adaptation under lifes adverse circumstances will be the focus of this course.

      • SOCW 6361-001 Socw 6361-001

        To live is to experience stress.Depending on how one defines crisis, most social work clients can be classified as to be in a crisis state when they come into contact with social work services.For the purpose of this course, the term crisis is used to denote certain significant life-alternate events and experiences perceived by individuals as extremely threatening and the resulting adverse effects causing significant emotional, social or physical distresses to them and their family.The purpose of this course is for students to gain knowledge and skills in evaluating clients various coping behaviors and develop timely and appropriate intervention strategies.The history and evolution of the stress concept and recent research of relationships between stress and individual biopsychosocial functioning will be explored.Economic, racial, gender, cultural and environmental factors as well as unique individual personality hardiness and at risk factors as they influence ones coping and adaptation under lifes adverse circumstances will be the focus of this course.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours1 Document
      • SOCW 6361-001 Social Work Direct Practice: Stress, Crisis and Coping

        To live is to experience stress.Depending on how one defines crisis, most social work clients can be classified as to be in a crisis state when they come into contact with social work services.For the purpose of this course, the term crisis is used to denote certain significant life-alternate events and experiences perceived by individuals as extremely threatening and the resulting adverse effects causing significant emotional, social or physical distresses to them and their family.The purpose of this course is for students to gain knowledge and skills in evaluating clients various coping behaviors and develop timely and appropriate intervention strategies.The history and evolution of the stress concept and recent research of relationships between stress and individual biopsychosocial functioning will be explored.Economic, racial, gender, cultural and environmental factors as well as unique individual personality hardiness and at risk factors as they influence ones coping and adaptation under lifes adverse circumstances will be the focus of this course.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCW 6361-001 Social work Direct Practice: Stress, Crisis and Coping

        To live is to experience stress.Depending on how one defines crisis, most social work clients can be classified as to be in a crisis state when they come into contact with social work services.For the purpose of this course, the term crisis is used to denote certain significant life-alternate events and experiences perceived by individuals as extremely threatening and the resulting adverse effects causing significant emotional, social or physical distresses to them and their family.The purpose of this course is for students to gain knowledge and skills in evaluating clients’ various coping behaviors and develop timely and appropriate intervention strategies.The history and evolution of the stress concept and recent research of relationships between stress and individual biopsychosocial functioning will be explored.Economic, racial, gender, cultural and environmental factors as well as unique individual personality hardiness and at risk factors as they influence one’s coping and adaptation under life’s adverse circumstances will be the focus of this course.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCW 6361-001 Socw 6361-001

        To live is to experience stress.Depending on how one defines crisis, most social work clients can be classified as to be in a crisis state when they come into contact with social work services.For the purpose of this course, the term crisis is used to denote certain significant life-alternate events and experiences perceived by individuals as extremely threatening and the resulting adverse effects causing significant emotional, social or physical distresses to them and their family.The purpose of this course is for students to gain knowledge and skills in evaluating clients various coping behaviors and develop timely and appropriate intervention strategies.The history and evolution of the stress concept and recent research of relationships between stress and individual biopsychosocial functioning will be explored.Economic, racial, gender, cultural and environmental factors as well as unique individual personality hardiness and at risk factors as they influence ones coping and adaptation under lifes adverse circumstances will be the focus of this course.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCW 6325-001 Social Work Advanced Micro-Practice

        Builds on the generalist perspective and the basic familiarity with social work processes (such as problem identification, assessment, contracting, plan implementation, and outcome evaluation) in the context of (1) existing psychotherapeutic modalities, and (2) the particular client characteristics that lend themselves to specific change modalities. Required of all Direct Practice (DP) students. Prerequisite: SOCW 5304, or Advanced Standing

        Summer - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCW 6325-001 Social Work Advanced Micro-Practice

        Builds on the generalist perspective and the basic familiarity with social work processes (such as problem identification, assessment, contracting, plan implementation, and outcome evaluation) in the context of (1) existing psychotherapeutic modalities, and (2) the particular client characteristics that lend themselves to specific change modalities. Required of all Direct Practice (DP) students. Prerequisite: SOCW 5304, or Advanced Standing.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCW 6325-002 Social Work Advanced Micro-Practice

        Builds on the generalist perspective and the basic familiarity with social work processes (such as problem identification, assessment, contracting, plan implementation, and outcome evaluation) in the context of (1) existing psychotherapeutic modalities, and (2) the particular client characteristics that lend themselves to specific change modalities. Required of all Direct Practice (DP) students. Prerequisite: SOCW 5304, or Advanced Standing.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCW 6340-001 Advanced Research Methods in Human Services

        Advanced Research Methods, the required core research course, emphasizes the link between theory and research, the role of research in the profession, the logic of research, stages of the research process, the major strategies and techniques available to gather information, approaches to data analysis, and preparation of a research proposal.  The primary focus is on quantitative methods.

        Class discussions will focus on the logic of quantitative research, methodological problems, measurement issues, and research designs.  Students will have an opportunity to apply the knowledge they gain in the course by critically reviewing existing research proposals and reports as well as developing a research proposal.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2011 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCW 6350-001 Social Work: Cognitive Behavioral Intervention Strategies
        This course: Explores various covert conditioning, cognitive restructuring, and self-instruction therapies. Recent theoretical formulations and relevant research will be investigated as they pertain to the efficacy of cognitive intervention strategies with various clinical problems. Prerequisite: SOCW 6325; SOCW 6326 or concurrent enrollment; or SOCW 6336 or concurrent enrollment.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • SOCW 6350-001 Social Work: Cognitive Behavioral Intervention Strategies
        This course: Explores various covert conditioning, cognitive restructuring, and self-instruction therapies. Recent theoretical formulations and relevant research will be investigated as they pertain to the efficacy of cognitive intervention strategies with various clinical problems. Prerequisite: SOCW 6325; SOCW 6326 or concurrent enrollment; or SOCW 6336 or concurrent enrollment.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • SOCW 6325-001 Social Work Advanced Micro-Practice

        Builds on the generalist perspective and the basic familiarity with social work processes (such as problem identification, assessment, contracting, plan implementation, and outcome evaluation) in the context of (1) existing psychotherapeutic modalities, and (2) the particular client characteristics that lend themselves to specific change modalities. Required of all DP students. Prerequisite: SOCW 5304 or Advanced Standing

        Summer - Regular Academic Session - 2010 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCW 6325-001 Social Work Advanced Micro-Practice

        Builds on the generalist perspective and the basic familiarity with social work processes (such as problem identification, assessment, contracting, plan implementation, and outcome evaluation) in the context of (1) existing psychotherapeutic modalities, and (2) the particular client characteristics that lend themselves to specific change modalities. Required of all Direct Practice (DP) students. Prerequisite: SOCW 5304, or Advanced Standing.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2010 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCW 6340-001 Advanced Research Methods in Human Services
        Advanced Research Methods, the required core research course, emphasizes the link between theory and research, the role of research in the profession, the logic of research, stages of the research process, the major strategies and techniques available to gather infomration, approaches to data analysis, and preparation of a research proposal. The primary focus is on quantitative methods.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2009

Other Teaching Activities

  • 2016
    • Teaching Experience and Curriculum Development
      • 2016 Social Work

        Undergraduate Social Work
        Introduction to Social Work (Franciscan University of Steubenville)
        Introduction to Social Work Practice (Franciscan University of Steubenville)
        Social Work Practice I Lab: Social Work Core Skills Training (University of Tennessee)
        Social Work Direct Practice I (Generalist Practice) -Web Facilitated Classroom   (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Social Work Direct Practice II (Generalist Practice) -Web Facilitated Classroom    (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Social Welfare as an Institution (Franciscan University of Steubenville)
        Social Work: Counseling Older Adults (Ohio University: Eastern Campus)
        Social Work: Organizational Analysis: Macro and Administrative Practice (Franciscan University of Steubenville)
        Advanced Topics in Social Work: Stress Management Interventions and Training (Franciscan University of Steubenville)
        Undergraduate Field Liaison to B.S.W. Program (University of Texas at Arlington)

        Masters of Social Work
        Social Work: Advanced Micro-Practice -Web Facilitated Classroom (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Research and Evaluation Methods in Social Work I - Web Facilitated Classroom      (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Research and Evaluation Methods in Social Work II - Web Facilitated Classroom(University of Texas at Arlington)
        Seminar in Cognitive Behavioral Intervention Strategies - Web Facilitated Classroom  (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Seminar in Clinical Social Work, Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), (University of Tennessee)
        Seminar in Group Dynamics and Social Work Practice - Web Facilitated Classroom  (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Seminar in Human Behavior: Psychodynamics (Completed course for injured colleague) - Web Facilitated Classroom (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Seminar in Stress, Crisis and Coping - Web Facilitated Classroom, and 100% Online (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Graduate Tutorials in Direct Practice Theory, (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Graduate Tutorials in Research Methods, (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Graduate Tutorial in Virtual Gaming Therapy and Research Methods (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Graduate Mentor: Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students (ACES), (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Graduate Thesis Committees and Chair (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Graduate Field Liaison to M.S.S.W. Program (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Graduate Faculty: Academic Program Advisor to M.S.S.W. Program (University of Texas at Arlington)

        Masters of Social Work: Distance Education
        Research and Evaluation Methods in Social Work II: Tele-video Conference, Face to Face - Dual Campus, and Online
           (University of Texas at Arlington and West Texas A & M University, Canyon, Texas)
        Seminar in Cognitive Behavioral Intervention Strategies:  Tele-video Conference, Face to Face Dual Campus, and Online
           (University of Texas at Arlington and Lubbock Christian University, Lubbock, Texas)
        Seminar in Stress, Crisis and Coping Strategies: Author, (Online; Asynchronous and Synchronous),  Blackboard Course Delivery Platform.
           (Distance Education, University of Texas at Arlington)
        Academic Director for fully.Online MSW Program, Joint Online MSW Degree Programs, Dual Degrees and Graduate Certificate Programs with Online curriculum.

        Graduate Interdisciplinary Studies (INDS) Degree Program
        Master’s Thesis Substitute Committee (Graduate School: University of Texas at  Arlington)

        Masters and Post Masters of Counseling
        Counseling Methods: Intervention and Prevention of Mental and Emotional Disorders:Mental Health Intervention and Crisis Intervention (Franciscan University of Steubenville)
        Counseling Methods: Intervention and Prevention of Mental and Emotional Disorders:  Intervention with Children and Families (Franciscan University of Steubenville)
        Counseling Methods: Intervention and Prevention of Mental and Emotional Disorders: Prevention and Intervention of Substance Abuse and Dependency (Franciscan University of Steubenville)
        Counseling Methods: Clinical Psychopathology, Personality, and Abnormal Behavior   (Franciscan University of Steubenville)
        Counseling Methods: DSM (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of the American Psychiatric Association): Diagnosis of Mental and Emotional Disorders  (Franciscan University of Steubenville)

        Doctor of Philosophy in Social Work
        Doctoral Social Work: Advanced Research Methods in Human Services (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Doctoral Social Work: Research for Social Work Practice II (Note: Created/developed the course web content, as a Doctoral Teaching Assistant:, University of Tennessee)
        Doctoral Social Work: Research Practicum in International Civil Violence Research (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Doctoral Social Work: Research Practicum in International Child Soldiering (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Doctoral Social Work: Graduate Research Assistant (GRA), Projects Supervision (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Doctoral Social Work: Institutional Review Board (IRB), Research Projects Mentor (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Doctoral Social Work: Teaching Practicums in Social Work Advanced Micro-Practice (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Doctoral Social Work: Teaching Practicum in Social Work Theoretical Perspectives in Direct Practice (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Doctoral Social Work: Teaching Practicum in Social Work Clinical Social Work  (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Doctoral Social Work: Teaching Practicum in Social Work Stress Crisis and Coping   (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Doctoral Social Work: Teaching Practicum in Advanced Social Work Research  (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Doctoral Social Work: Advisory Diagnostic Committees (University of Texas at Arlington)
        Doctoral Social Work: Specialty Phase Examination Committees (University of Texas at Arlington and Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León)
        Doctoral Social Work: Dissertation Committees and Chair (University of Texas at Arlington and Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León)

        Field Education and Clinical Supervision
        Undergraduate Social Work Field Placement Supervisor (West Liberty University)
        Graduate Social Work Field Placement Supervisor (Ohio State University)
        Graduate Social Work Field Placement Supervisor (University of Pittsburgh)
        Graduate Social Work Field Placement Supervisor (West Virginia University)
        Graduate Counseling Practicum and Internship Supervisor (Franciscan University of Steubenville)
        Mental Health Nursing: Clinical Setting, Training Consultant  (Ohio Valley School of Nursing)
        Social Work Consultant to Medical Students-3rd year (West Virginia university, Medical School, Department of Behavioral Merdicine and Psychiatry)


        Community Education
        Emergency Services Personnel Re-Certification Training Course (Jefferson Community College, Health Technology Education)
        Parents Children and Divorce (Required by Common Pleas Courts), (Pellissippi State Technical Community College, Community Service Education)

Other Service Activities

  • Uncategorized
    • Mar 2016 Consultations (Selected)


      1. Consulting Psychiatric Social Worker. Ohio Valley Hospital through a contract with the Jefferson County Mental Health Services Board, Inc., Steubenville, Ohio. 1983-1984
      2. Consultant: Social Work. Provided geriatric assessment, treatment planning, intervention, and services brokerage at Brightwood Nursing Home, Follansbee, West Virginia through a contract with Geriatric Psychological Services, Wheeling, West Virginia.1995 -1996
      3. Consultant: Social Work. Social work consultation, quality assessment, and supervision provided for a home health agency. Associated Home Health Services, Steubenville, Ohio.1992 -1998
      4. Consultant: Social Work. Social work consultation provided for a home health agency. Carriage Inn Home Health Services, Wintersville, Ohio.1998
      5. Research Consultant: For the research proposal portion of an NIH (National Institute of Health) grant. Baptist Hospice of Baptist Hospital of East Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee. 2001
      6. Project Manager: To pilot, for evaluation of, an electronic web based group communication application, “The Collaborator” sponsored by Walter R. McDonald and Associates Inc. (WRMA). 2003
      7. Consultant: Needs Assessment: Technical Advisory Committee (NA-TAC) Reviewer:, United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, Inc. (UWMD) Community Needs Assessment Technical Advisory Committee. 2004-2005
      8. Consultant (Invited): LinkedIn Research Network;  Energy Technology: Research and Utilization, Major Suppliers, Survey Project Contributer, 2011.
      9. Consultant (Invited): LinkedIn Research Network;  Perceptions and opinions of resources that help leverage a business' international growth and expansion plans. Survey Project Contributer, 2013.

  • Uncategorized
    • Sep 2016 CSWE COA Site Reviewer

      Council on Social Work Education, Commission on Accreditation Site Visitor under EPAS, 2008 (2012 - present). Participated as site visitor under EPAS 2008  for Graduate and Undergarduate accredited Social Work educational programs:

      First reaccreditation site visit of a MSW Program (2013, March).

      First reacreditation site visit of a BSW Program (2016, October).

  • Uncategorized
    • Aug 2014 External Tenure and Promotion Reviews


      Missouri State University, School of Social Work, 2012.

  • Uncategorized
    • Jan 2013 Service activities (Selected)

      University of Texas at Arlington (University, School, Professional and Community Service). 2002-Present (Full listing)

      University


      2015-Present, Committee on Committees, University of Texas at Arlington, Representative for the School of Social Work (Elective Office-through spring 2019)

      2009-2013, Faculty Senate, University of Texas at Arlington, Representative for the School of Social Work (Elective Office-through spring 2014), Senator
         and  2010-2012, Subcommittee, Ethics and Equity (Elective Office), 2012-2013, Subcommittee: Academic Freedom and Tenure (Elective Office).
      2009-2015, Faculty Hearing Panel, (Elective Office), Adjudicator
      2007-2010, 2011-2013, University Strategic Planning Committee, (Appointed Office), SSW Representative
      2010-2011, Provosts Convocation Committee, University of Texas at Arlington, (Appointed Office)
      2005-2009, University Campus Master Planning Committee (Appointed Office), SSW Delegate
      2012, The University of Texas at Arlington: The Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students  (ACES), Aces Symposium,
         Competitive Student Research Project Presentations, March, 2013: Faculty Mentor.
      2008-2009, 2015-2016, Faculty to Faculty Mentoring Program, Mentor
      2004-2005, Parking Appeals Committee
      2004-2005, Technology Fair Planning Committee

      School
      2011-2013, 2014, 2016 SSW-Deans Executive Committee and
         2012-2013, SSW-Deans Space Allocation Committee
      2012-2013, SSW-Committee on Graduate Studies (COGS)-Ph.D. subcommittee and Ph.D. Admissions subcommittee
      2011-Present, SSW-Committee on Undergraduate Studies (CUGS)/Committee on Graduate Studies (COGS)-MSSW. subcommittee, Chair, 2011-2012.
      2002-2011, Committee on Graduate Studies (COGS)
      2010-2011, Periodic Review Committee (Associate Dean and Two Program Directors), Chair
      2003-2012, Faculty Development and  Review Committee
         and (2003-2009) Annual Merit Review subcommittee,
         and (2008-2009, 2011-2012) Retention, Promotion, Tenure (RTP) Committee (Promotion and Tenure Evaluations),
         and  (2004-2005, 2010-2011) Subcommittee: Teaching Awards Selection Process
         and (2005-2006) Subcommittee: Tenure Track Faculty, Third Year, Review Guidelines, Chair
      2011-2012, Strategic Planning Committee, School of Social Work
      2011-2012, Professorial Endowments Selection Committee: Mental Health and Family Violence
      2012-Present, Community and Administrative Practice Content Area Committee
      2002-Present, Direct Practice Content Area Committee, Chair, 2005-2010, 2011-2012
      2012-Present,  Human Behavior in the Social Environment Content Area Committee

      2015-2016, Mental Health and substance Abuse Specialty Committee

      2012-2013, Field Education Content Area Committee
      2012-Present, Policy Content Area Committee
      2002-2010, 2012-Present, Research Content Area Committee
      2002-2010, Faculty Assembly: School of Social Work,
      2005-2010, Curriculum Committee (Former)
      2002-2010, Committee on Graduate Studies (COGS)
      2007-2010, Doctoral (Ph.D.) Program, Committee
         and 2009-2010, Subcommittee: Doctoral Qualifying Examinations
      2007-2010, Doctoral Student Mentoring Program, Mentor
      2007-2010, Doctoral (Ph.D.) Program, Admissions Committee
      2002-2003, 2007-2008, Professional Standards Committee
      2005-2008, Graduate (M.S.S.W.), Admissions Committee
      2005-2008, Phi Alpha Honor Society, Iota Omega Chapter: Faculty Advisor
      2007-2008, Social Work Program re-accreditation site visit, Participant and Direct Practice Sequence, Chair
         and School of Social Work, Curriculum Committee
      2007-2008, Social Work Program’s Self-Study and Site visit / Re-accreditation process,  Contributor
         and with the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) site visit team: and as member of Curriculum Reaffirmation Work Group
         with contributions to the Committee on Accreditation (COA) Report and Response.
      2005-2006, Distance Education Planning Committee
      2005-2006, Disaster Relief Committee, Hurricanes Katrina and Rita Evacuees
      2005-2006, Committee on Web-based Social Work Programs
      2004-2005, Strategic Planning Committee
         and Subcommittee: Strategic Plan Recommendations
      2004-2005, Committee on Student Ethics and Values
      2004-2005, Technology Planning and Recommendations Committee
      2003-2004, Grade Appeals Committee
      2003-2004, Research Planning and Recommendations Committee
      2002-2003, Academic Work Environment Committee
      2002-2003, 2007-2008 Professional Standards Committee

      Profession
      2012-2015, Texas Association of Social Work Deans and Directors (TASWDD).
      2012-2015, Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) Office of Social Work Accreditation (OSWA), Commission on Accredition (COA), Representative (Site Visitor).
      2012, External Tenure Review: Missouri State University, School of Social Work
      2011-2015 HUSITA (Human Service Information Technology Applications) Board of Directors (Elective Office)
      2007-Present, National Technology and Social Science Conference, National Social Science Association, Session Chair,  2011-2012, Social Sciences and Technology Examined and,  
      Session Chair, 2012-2013, Anthropology and Social Work Examined
      2012-2015, Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS): Judith Birmingham Child Welfare Center, Advisory Panel
      2004-2005, Society for Practice Research: Steering Committee Member (Founding Members): Inaugurated in 2004 to promote practice oriented Social Work research
      2015-Present, Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology, Journal of the Society for Philosophy and Technology; is an independent international organization that encourages,
          supports and facilitates philosophically significant considerations of technology. Founded in 1976, Review Panel (Editorial)
      2006-Present, The British Journal of Social Work, Oxford University Press c/o Centre for Applied Childhood Studies.  Review Panel (Editorial)
      2004-Present, Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services, Consulting Editor
      2011-Present, International Social Work. Sage Publications. Invited (External) Journal Manuscript Reviewer.
      2010-Present, Social Development Issues. Sponsored by the International Consortium for Social Development (ICSD). Lyceum Books Inc., Invited (External)
          Journal Manuscript Reviewer.
      2003-Present, Journal of Technology in Human Services. The Haworth Press, Inc.  Invited (External) Journal Manuscript Reviewer
      2012, Jones & Bartlett Learning, Inc (A division of Ascend Coproration): Health Sciences & Professions, Division; Health, Fitness and Sport Books:
         Invited Book Reviewer, Managing Stress: Principles and Strategies for Health and Well Being.
      2003-2011, Sage Publications, Inc., 2011, Invited Book Proposal Reviewer, Social Work Research Methods, 2003-2005, Invited Manuscripts Reviewer
      2004-2005, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., Invited Prospectus & Book Reviewer
      2004-2005, McGraw-Hill/College Division, Psychology and Social Work Publications. Invited Digital Media Reviewer
      2003-2004, Brooks/Cole, Thomson Learning, Wadsworth/Thomson Learning. Invited Prospectus & Book Reviewer

      Community
      2007-2015, St. Matthews Priory, Registrar (Elective Office), SMOTJ/OSMTH, Austin/San Antonio, Territory of Texas
      2003-2010, John T. White, Neighborhood Asssociation, Fort Worth, Texas.
      2006-2009, Rotary International: Great Southwest Chapter, (Rotary Foundation Sustaining Member): District 5790, Arlington, Texas. Sustaining Member
         Rotary Foundation: 2008-2009, Ambassadorial Scholarships Selection Committee: Chair; 2007-2008, Herald Key: Scholarship Selection Committee; 2005-2006, World Community
       Committee: World Community Service Project: Books to Africa and South America
      2005-2007, Fourth Street Parent and Child Learning Center, Arlington, Texas. Board of Directors (Elected Office)
         and 2006-2007, Treasurer of the Board of Directors (Elected Office).
       2005-2006, American Red Cross, Chisholm Trail Chapter, Fort Worth, Texas, Disaster Mental Health Team, Responder
         for the 3,800 Sheltered Hurricane Evacuees at the Amon Carter Center of Fort Worth, and at other locations,
      2005, Arlington Disaster Recovery Center, Victims Assistance (VA) and Emergency Operations Center, (EOC), City of Arlington,
        Texas,  Hurricane Katrina Emergency Response Assistance, and Disaster Mental Health, Responder,
        for Multiple area Shelters and Programs
      2005-2006, The University of Texas,  School of Social Work, Arlington, Texas. Faculty Field Trainer and Coordinator
         for Graduate Students and Volunteers Assisting Hurricane Katrina Evacuees
      2005, Mission Arlington, City of Arlington, Texas, Disaster Relief Distribution Volunteer, for Hurricane Katrina Evacuees
      2005, Salvation Army, Arlington, Texas, Host-Home Services Volunteer, for Hurricane Katrina Evacuees.

      University of Tennessee at Knoxville

      The University of Tennessee, College of Social Work, Ad Hoc Committee for Web Page Development and Redesign, Member, 2001
      University of Tennessee National Alumni Association, (UTAA) Outstanding Teacher Awards selection for 2001, Chair 2000
      Ronald McNair Minority Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program, Graduate Teaching Assistant, Mentor, 2000
      Doctoral Student Organization, Recording and Correspondence Secretary and Webmaster, 2000-2002
      Conference Facilitator/Scribe: The Tennessee Conference 2002 Bridging Practice and Education: Re-conceptualizing the Future of Social Work Education, 2002.

      Community Service: Pre-Academic; (Selected)

      Critical Incident Mental Health Responder, 1990-1998 in the northern panhandle of West Virginia, Western Pennsylvania and the Upper Ohio Valley.
          providing Critical Incident , and Crisis Counseling for and with emergency services personnel, (EMS), and affected citizens in federal flood, federal aviation, community trauma and environmental disasters and for area local schools traumatic events triage.
      The Ohio Valley/Ohio River Flood, Weirton, West Virginia area, 1996 Emergency Response and Rescue Services, and Post Federally Designated Disaster Recovery Services including Critical Incident response with the local office of Emergency Management
      The United States Junior Chamber of Commerce (JCC): Upper Ohio Valley Chapter, Member, 1993-1995.
      The Wheeling Creek Flood, Wheeling, West Virginia area, Emergency Response and Rescue Services, and Post Federally Designated Disaster Recovery Services, 1992
      The Shadyside, Ohio and Dillonvale, Ohio Flood, Emergency Response and Rescue Services, and Post Federally Designated Disaster Recovery Services, 1990.
      “The Communicator,” The Tri-State Academy of Counseling and Social Work, Steubenville, Ohio, Steering and Development Committee Member, and Editor of the organizational newspaper, 1987-1989
      Jefferson County Mental Health Services Board, Inc., Steubenville, Ohio, Professional Advisory Board, Appointed: Member  1981-1988, Chair: 1982-1983
      West Virginia Health Systems Agency, Delegate member and volunteer health services provider with voting authority on statewide health care issues for West Virginia and health care standards for the Northern Panhandle area of West Virginia, 1976-1978 .
      The Labor Day Flood, Wheeling Hospital/Ohio Valley Flood, Wheeling, West Virginia (Dubbed in local and national media as, "The Miracle at Medical Park"), 1975 with Emergency Response and Rescue Services, and Post Disaster Recovery Services including rescue and evacuation of 200 hospital patients.

  • Uncategorized

Service to the University

  • Appointed
    • Sept 2007 to  May 2013 University Strategic Planning Committee

      2007-2010, 2011-2013, (Appointed Office), SSW Representative

    • Sept 2015 to  Sept 2016 UT Arlington Campus Carry Committee: University subcommittee on Legal Issues and Implementation Policy

      Implementation of SB11 permitting concealed carry of handguns, for LTC or CHL holders on Texas state system(s) universities, for UT Arlington. Ploicy development for the HOP on procedures and exclusions.

    • Sept 2015 to  Present Faculty Development Leave- Project Review Panel

      Serve as reviewer, and provide recsomendations on proposed projects acceptaance for Faculty Development Leave for the Office of the Provost and Vice-provost of Academic Affairs

  • Elected
    • Jan 2010 to  Aug 2014 Faculty Senate, University of Texas at Arlington, Representative for the School of Social Work (Elective Office-through spring 2014),

      Senator and  2010-2014, Subcommittee, Ethics and Equity (Elective Office), 2011-2012, Subcommittee: Academic Freedom and Tenure (Elective Office) 2012-2014, Chair: Academic Freedom and Tenure 2013-2014.

    • Sept 2009 to  Sept 2015 Faculty Hearing Panel

      (Elective Office), Adjudicator

    • Sept 2015 to  Sept 2019 Committe on Committees

      Conduct elections and forward nominations to University committees from the School of Social Work

  • Volunteered
    • Sept 2012 to  Present The Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students (ACES)

      The University of Texas at Arlington:) Aces Symposium, Competitive Student Research Project Presentations, March, 2013: Faculty Mentor and March 2014, Faculty Mentor

    • Sept 2015 to  Sept 2016 Faculty to Faculty Mentoring Program, Mentor

      Volunteer to serve as a faculty mentor for university tenure earning faculty member.

    • Feb 2016 to  Present The Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students (ACES)

      The University of Texas at Arlington:) Aces Symposium, Competitive Student Research Project Presentations, March, 2016, doctoral Students(s) Mentor/Sponsor. 
       

Service to the Profession

  • Appointed
    • Jan 2013 to  Present Texas Association of Social Work Deans and Directors (TASWDD)

      Member

    • Sept 2012 to  May 2015 Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS)

      Judith Birmingham Child Welfare Center, Advisory Panel

    • Mar 2007 to  Present National Technology and Social Science Conference, National Social Science Association

      Session Chair,  2011-2012, Social Sciences and Technology Examined and,  
      Session Chair, 2012-2013, Anthropology and Social Work Examined and,
      Session Chair, 2013-2014, Technology and Online Education Examined and,

      Session Chair, 2016-2017, Social Science and Education Perspectives

    • Apr 2016 to  Present Editorial Board Member: Journal of Technology in Human Services.

      Appointed, April 2016.

  • Elected
    • May 2011 to  Jan 2016 HUSITA (Human Service Information Technology Applications)

      Board of Directors (Elective Office)

    • Feb 2006 to  Present The British Journal of Social Work, Oxford University Press c/o Centre for Applied Childhood Studies.

      Review Panel (Editorial Board)

    • Mar 2004 to  Jan 2014 Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services

      Consulting Editor (Editorial Board)

    • Apr 2014 to  Present International Journal of Managment and Leadership Studies (IJMLS)

      Editorial Board Member: Inaugural

    • June 2015 to  Present The National Social Science Journal and the National Social Science Technology Journal.

      Editorial Article (Manuscript) Review Panel

  • Other
    • Sept 2012 to  Sept 2012 Jones & Bartlett Learning, Inc (A division of Ascend Coproration): Health Sciences & Professions, Division; Health, Fitness and Sport Books

      Invited Book Reviewer, Managing Stress: Principles and Strategies for Health and Well Being.

  • Volunteered

Service to the Community

  • Appointed
    • Sept 2015 to  Present Chair: Advisory Board for Professional Development and Community Outreach

      Trinity Terrace is Fort Worth's preeminent Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC), Fort Worth, Texas. Owned by Pacific Retirement Services (PRS) a national retirement services corporation, headquartered in Medford, Oregon.

  • Elected
    • Sept 2007 to  Present St. Matthews Priory, GPUSA

      Registrar (Elective Office), SMOTJ/OSMTH, Austin/San Antonio, Territory of Texas

Administrative Appointment

  • 2014
    • Aug 2014 to May 2015 - Chair of the Committee on Graduate Studies (COGS), School of Social Work, University of Texas at Arlington, School of Social Work, University of Texas at Arlington
  • 2012
    • June 2012 to May 2015 - Director: MSW Program, School of Social Work, University of Texas at Arlington, School of Social Work, University of Texas at Arlington
    • June 2012 to May 2015 - Graduate Advisor for the School of Social Work, University of Texas at Arlington, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington Texas, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington Texas
  • 1995
    • July 1995 to June 1996 - Coordinator of Counseling Associates (Clinical Supervisor), Family Service Association, Steubenville, Ohio and Tri-state area..
  • 1988
    • Apr 1988 to Oct 1994 - Emergency Services (Clinical Supervisor) and County Health Officer, Community Services Division, Jefferson County Mental Health Services Board, Jefferson County Ohio
  • 1986
    • Oct 1986 to Apr 1987 - Interim Program Director: Vianney Woods, Halfway House; Drug and Alcohol Recovery Services, Jefferson County Meantal Health Services Board, Jefferson county Ohio.
  • 1983
    • Aug 1983 to May 1986 - Coordinator of Specialized Treatment Clinics, Jefferson County Mental Health Services Board, Inc., Steubenville, Ohio
  • 1981
    • June 1981 to Aug 1988 - Professional Advisory Board Member: (Chairman 1982-1983), Jefferson County Mental Health Services Board, Inc., Steubenville, Ohio

Other Administration Activities

  • 2012
    • Social Work
      • June 2012 MSW Program Director: School of Social Work, University of Texas at Arlington

        Duties and functions

        • In consultation with the Dean of the School of Social work, and Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, develop annual program, or benchmark goals for the MSW program.
        • Work closely with the relevant committee chair(s) to develop and implement program goals and changes.
        • Establish a presence on campus and provide administrative oversight and supervision of program personnel to ensure prompt and responsive service to prospective and current students.
        • Work with the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and applicable committees to strengthen the monitoring and supervision of faculty teaching and/or providing liaison work to ensure adherence to established policies, procedures, and prescribed curriculum objectives and content.
        • Work with the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs to create applicable pre-/post-test measures, and use these and other data to monitor the Unit Effectiveness Plan and related internal/external reports and benchmarks for the program.
        • Review and revise all program materials annually including MSW program manual, Graduate Catalog content and School of Social Work MSW program websites.
        • Work with the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs to enhance schedule planning and insure sufficient offerings to accommodate the needs of students.
        • Work with the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs to review procedures and establish clear criterion standards for program admission and readmission.  Develop clear guidelines for the termination of students from the program and/or their practicum (In consultation with the Assistant Dean of Field education).
        • Working with the relevant committees and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, shall periodically review each course in relation to the CSWE Accreditation Standards for possible revisions in preparation for the self-study and other internal/external reports.
        • Facilitate the development and integration of new technologies and pedagogical methods into the curriculum.
        • Work with faculty to develop consistency in standards across classes and for dissertations, theses, exams, and tutorials.
        • Develop strategies to enhance completion of degrees.  Work to meet the strategic plan goals for the school and university.
        • Coordinate with the Associate Dean for Research & Community Outreach to support research and publishing opportunities for students.
        • Represent the School and respective program at state, regional and national program meetings as appropriate (e.g., BPD, CSWE, TADD, GADE and others).
      • June 2012 Graduate Studies: Graduate Advisor to the School of Social Work: MSW Program

        Duties anf functions:

        • Represents the Office of the Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, the Office of Data Analytics, and Committee on Graduate Studies in matters pertaining to advising graduate students in their academic areas.
        • Serves as the key contact for the graduate program for Changes of Degree, Plan of Study, or Program of Work for Degree, Readmissions Applications, and Graduate Petitions for exceptions to existing degree completion criteria, or procedures.
        • Understands and effectively communicates the curriculum, graduation requirements, and university and college policies and procedures
        • Encourages and guides students directly, or through the Advising Center, as they define and develop realistic goals
        • Encourages and supports students, directly or through the Advising Center, as they gain the skills to develop clear and attainable educational plans
        • Provides directly, or refers students to, information about and strategies for utilizing the available resources and services on campus.
        • Assures that degree completion criteria have been met and policies and procedures adhered to for graduation and degree conferral.
      • June 2012 MSW Director: Oversight of Academic Programs and Curriculum,:
        • Campus-based Traditional (2 Year) MSW or Advanced Standing MSW Programs, Dual Degrees in UT-Arlington, and Non-Traditional MSW Programs, Two year and Advanced Standing including;  Lubbock partnership, MSW/MPH Joint Degree with UT-Southwestern, Fort Worth Program, Online MSSW Program, Angelo State University partnership, and emerging non-traditional programs and curriculum.
        • Development or facilitation of new or innovative curriculum, to include new specialty tracks, curriculum delivery plans and curriculum schedules, modifications to curriculum structure, changes in curriculum design, etc.
        • Provide leadership as project lead, or market research contact, on behalf of the Dean and Associate Dean of Academic Affairs to facilitate program growth and dominance among highly ranked MSW programs, both traditional and non-traditional.
        • Provide, or facilitate, direct training to faculty, as knowledgeable, to promote new technologies and pedagogical methods into the curriculum.
        • Update of all MSW program literature (University Catalog MSW, MSW Handbook/Manual) and draft and set scheduling of all programs and courses as directed by the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs
        • Develop, and update web design for the MSW program as directed by the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and in consultation with the School of Social Work Information Technology Team
        • Respond to graduate student petitions (leave of absence requests, readmission, academic probation, and graduation petitions)
        • Respond to student prospect inquiries about MSW program.
        • Oversee Graduate Thesis Forms and completion criteria.
        • Respond to electronic requests on (readmission and change of program requests)
        • Determine eligibility of transfer course(s)
        • Participate in student scholarship awards and provide nominations and awards information for Academic Excellence Awards and others.
        • Collaborate, or lead, on funding projects and curriculum development efforts to expand student scholarship supports, stipends, awards, and specialty training.
        • Contribute annually to University Effectiveness Process (UEP) and to Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) annual review reporting.
        • Contribute annually to updates of the Graduate Catalog in consultation with the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs.
        • Develop and Provide CSWE Competency Assessment procedures within the MSW Program and provide reports as Directed by the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs
        • Facilitate scheduling and delivery programs on campus, off campus and online and participate in new student orientation, or development as needed.
        • Serve as the Chair of the Committee on Graduate Studies annually for the School of Social Work
        • Provide support to curriculum specialty area committees (serve as ex officio)
        • Take part or provide leadership in ongoing new academic program, curricular, and program policy development, as opportunities occur.
        • Facilitate degree title, curricular, or content changes to promote program currency where possible.
        • Attend professional conferences and identify emerging and best practices in MSW program curriculum and delivery and provide leadership where opportunities occur.
        • Supervise the MSW/BSW Program Assistant.