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Assessment,” Kalispell, MT. Developed participatory needs assessment design that included key informant questionnaires and training community participants to conduct focus groups with service recipient and other disenfranchised community groups.

1995-1997Dissertation Research. “Child Sexual Abuse and the Multidisciplinary Team Approach in Montana: A Mixed-Methods, Participatory Approach.”

1994-1995Research Assistant, Center for the Study of Youth Policy, Social Research Institute, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT. Juvenile justice policy research project to update Department of Correction protocols.

1994-1995Research Assistant, “Program Evaluation: Three Child Sexual Abuse Investigation Programs,” Social Research Institute, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.

1991-1992Researcher, Center of Applied Anthropology, Rocky Mountain College, Billings, MT. Study exploring guilt vs. shame as issues affecting the treatment of Native Americans convicted of child sexual abuse.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

1999-2007Associate Professor (tenured) School of Social Work, University of Montana, Missoula, MT. Undergraduate courses taught: Women and Social Action in the Americas, Social Work Intervention Methods I - Individuals and Families, Social Work Intervention Methods II - Groups and Communities, Social Work Research, Gender and the Politics of Welfare, Introduction to Social Work Practice, Child Abuse and Child Welfare, Practicum Seminar. Graduate courses taught – Foundation and Skills of Integrated Social Work Practice, Theories and Practice of Groups and Communities, Assessing the Food System through Action Research (EVST/SW 594), Community-Based Participatory Research, Practicum Seminar (2nd year graduate), and faculty practicum supervisor (undergraduate and graduate).

1998-1999Assistant Professor (tenure-track) Social Work Program; Lewis-Clark State College, Lewiston, ID. Undergraduate courses taught: Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare, Human Behavior in the Social Environment, History of Social Welfare, Generalist Practice: Mezzo Interventions, Generalist Practice: Macro Interventions, Senior Practicum Seminar, and field practicum liaison.

1997Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work; University of Montana, Missoula, MT. Full-time adjunct status. Undergraduate courses taught: Introduction to Social Work Practice and Social Work Intervention Methods II - Groups and Communities.

1993-1995Instructor, Graduate School of Social Work; University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT. Undergraduate courses taught: Social Work as a Profession, Social Welfare as an Institution. Graduate courses taught: Supervision and Consultation, Social Policy, and Ethics and Social Work Policy.

1990-1993Instructor, Anthropology/Sociology Department; Rocky Mountain College, Billings, MT. Undergraduate courses taught: Introduction to Criminology, Theories of the Treatment of Child Sexual Abuse and Theories of the Treatment of Sex Offenders.

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