|Present||Director and Associate Professor, University of Washington Tacoma ‐ Social Work and Criminal Justice|
- TSOCW 599 Independent Study
- TSOCW 535 Advanced Social Work Research: Children, Youth, & Fam
- TSOCW 505 Foundations of Social Welfare Research
- TSOCWF 390 Introduction to Social Welfare Research
- TCRIM 372 Adult Corrections
- TCRIM 361 Addictions and Mental Illness in Criminal Justice
- TCRIM 200 Introduction to Criminal Justice
|1997||Ph.D, University of Washington ‐ Social Welfare|
|1993||M.S.W., University of Washington ‐ Social Work|
|1979||B.A., Spring Arbor College ‐ Sociology and Philosophy/Religion|
Enhancing the Vocational Skills of Incarcerated Women Through a Plumbing ...
Journal of Correctional Education (2006)
Vocational education programs show promise for reducing recidivism, measured most typically through re-arrest and re-incarceration data, among adult offenders. Yet, ...
When Moms Are Incarcerated: The Needs of Children, Mothers, and ...
Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services (2000)
Maternal incarceration increasingly contributes to the number of children placed in kinship care arrangements. The needs of incarcerated women, their ...