Faculty members are contributing to their disciplines and bringing that knowledge and experience to students.

December 2014

Dr. Annette Anderson-Engler, a contributing faculty member in the School of Social Work and Human Services, published a book chapter titled “The Silent Grief of Women: An Emptying of the Soul” in NASW Press’ Stories of Complicated Grief: A Critical Anthology. She is currently a core member of the Global Coordinating Team for the Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies network at Columbia University in New York City.

March 2014

Dr. Barbara Benoliel, Dr. Gregory Hickman, and Dr. Tina Jaeckle, faculty members in the School of Social Work and Human Services, and Dr. William Barkley, a program director in the School of Social Work and Human Services, co-presented “Interprofessional Responses to Elders” at the National Organization for Human Services conference in Baltimore in October. Dr. Benoliel also co-presented “Restorative Justice Mediation for Resolving Elder Abuse” at the conference. She also recently received the 2013 Lionel J. McGowan Award of Excellence in Dispute Resolution from the Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of Canada.

November 2012

Dr. Savitri Dixon-Saxon, associate dean in the School of Counseling and School of Social Work and Human Services, wrote “Balance Life and Work While Getting an Education Online” in ExpertBeacon on Sept. 27, to offer tips to adults who are interested in returning to school but need to balance their family life, work schedule, and education.

October 2012

Dr. Savitri Dixon-Saxon, associate dean in the School of Counseling and School of Social Work and Human Services, was interviewed in the article “Divorce and the Single Parent” in The Mother Company in August. She discusses challenges single parents face, common misconceptions, and how friends can support parents in this position.

September 2012

Dr. Savitri Dixon-Saxon, associate dean in the School of Counseling and School of Social Work and Human Services, was quoted in “Mom, It’s Time for School!” in Milwaukee Metroparent (August 2012). She shared advice with parents about choosing a degree specialization for which they are passionate.

Dr. Gregory Hickman, a faculty member in the School of Social Work and Human Services, was honored with the Extraordinary Faculty Award for demonstrating the university’s core values of quality, integrity, and student-centered instruction.

June 2012

Dr. Savitri Dixon-Saxon, associate dean in the School of Counseling and School of Social Work and Human Resources, offered stress-management tactics to parents balancing family and work commitments in the article “Stop Struggling With the Juggling” in New York Parenting (April 2012).

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