“60 Minutes’ ” was recognized for investigative journalism in a newsmagazine series for the “Confidential Informants” segment anchored by Lesley Stahl.CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360” won for coverage of a breaking story in a regularly scheduled newscast for reporting on Europe’s refugee crisis.To view individual profiles, please select the alumni's name. Associate Professor, UC Riverside, Riverside, CA Dissertation: Integrating the Lived Experiences of Mexican Families in the Delivery of Public Child Welfare Services. Assistant Treatment Director, Evergreen Treatment Services, WA Dissertation: Neighborhood Walkability at Assisted Living Residences: Walking, Social Networks, and Health Outcomes of Older Adult Residents. Associate Professor Emerita, University of Washington School of Public Health, Seattle, WA Dissertation: Exploring the Use of Information by Legislative and Administrative Decision-Makers in the State of Washington (1984). Associate Professor of Social Work, Heritage College, Topenish, WA Dissertation: An Evaluation of an Indian Child Welfare Training Program for Tribal and State Providers (1992). Professor, Emerita, School of Social Service Administration, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL Dissertation: An Investigation of the Effects of Cognitive-Behavior Modification Treatment on Problems of Inappropriate Self-Criticism Among Women (1978). Research Fellow with Queen's University, Ireland, and research affiliate with Coiste na n Iarchimi in Belfast, Ireland Dissertation: Ideology made flesh: A study of revolutionary praxis among Irish Republican Army volunteers (2007). Associate Professor, University of Toronto School of Social Work, Toronto, Canada.Dissertation: Premature Termination of Day Treatment: A Comparative Study of the Outcome of Chronic Mental Patients Who Drop Out (1983). Assistant Professor, California State University, Sacramento, CA Dissertation: Contagious Communication: The Mediatization, Spatialization, and Commercialization of "HIV" (2008). Dissertation: Disciplining Through the Promise of "Freedom": The Production of the Battered Immigrant Woman in Public Policy and Domestic Violence Advocacy (2006). Assistant Professor, Social Work, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.
Of the 73 proposals roughly 41% were from Ph D candidates, 45% from MS/MA candidates, and 14% from BS/BA candidates. Barton (Chair), Gary Kleinknecht, Regina Rochefort, Connie Harrington, and Andrea Woodward], augmented by past and present NWSA board members ranked the proposals and NWSA awarded 10 grants: Ph D Candidate Awards Sarah Kidd, Portland State University/ Department of Environmental Science and Management Grant Award: $ 1,500 In 2014, we had a record number of 78 student proposals representing 25 universities and colleges covering a wide variety of disciplines.
Of these roughly 50% were from Ph D candidates, 40% from MS/MA candidates, and 10% from BS/BA candidates.
The Student Grant Committee [Connie Harrington, Gary Kleinknecht, Regina Rochefort, Andrea Woodward, and Bax R.
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