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About Diane Young

Diane S. Young is Director of the Social Work and Criminal Justice Program at the University of Washington Tacoma and also an Associate Professor. She earned a Ph.D. in Social Welfare and an MSW from the University of Washington. Prior to joining the University of Washington Tacoma in 2010 she taught at in the School of Social Work at Syracuse University. She has over 10 years of practice experience working within the criminal justice field and conducts research and publishes on social work practice within the justice system, ethics, jail mental health services, and families and children affected by parental incarceration.

Positions

Present Director and Associate Professor, University of Washington Tacoma Social Work and Criminal Justice
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Curriculum Vitae




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Courses

  • 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

Education

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1997 Ph.D, University of Washington ‐ Social Welfare
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1993 M.S.W., University of Washington ‐ Social Work
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1979 B.A., Spring Arbor College ‐ Sociology and Philosophy/Religion
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