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					                                     Faculty of Social Work
   University
   Of   Manitoba      2012-2013 Ph.D. Information and Application Package



Attach your Official Academic Record (Official Transcripts) or have your University send it
directly; enclose the Application Package and submit to:

                                     Graduate Admissions
                                  Faculty of Graduate Studies
                                    500 University Centre
                                    University of Manitoba
                                         Winnipeg, MB
                                            R3T 2N2


Deadline Dates for Application:
For persons residing outside of Canada at point of application             December 1, 2011
For persons residing in Canada at point of application                      January 15, 2012



NOTE: Where deadline dates fall on a weekend or statutory holiday, the normal office closing
time (4:30 pm) of the next working day will be used.



IT IS THE APPLICANT’S RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE THAT ALL THE REQUIRED
DOCUMENTATION IS RECEIVED BY THE FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES BEFORE
THE APPLICATION DEADLINE.



RECEIPT OF ANY OF THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION AFTER THE DEADLINE DATE
CONSTITUTES A LATE APPLICATION AND WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.



We recommend that all documents be sent to the Faculty of Graduate Studies by Registered
Mail. Please notify your referees, if they are sending references separately.
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 University
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Program Description
The UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA’S PH.D. is an advanced degree, focusing on developing
skills for research and teaching. All students must master advanced skills in both quantitative
and qualitative research methods. A full range of opportunities for study is available, and we
particularly encourage research concerning Aboriginal people and women.

THE GRADUATE PROGRAM COMMITTEE of the Faculty of Social Work, and its sub-
committee, the Ph.D. Committee, administers the Ph.D. program, and ensures its objectives are
met within the guidelines of the Faculty of Graduate Studies of the University of Manitoba.


Admission Requirements

In addition to the admission requirements of the Faculty of Graduate Studies, admission
requirements to the doctoral program in Social Work include:

1. Master of Social Work degree, or equivalent, from an accredited degree-granting university,
   with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 (B) (as defined by the University of Manitoba).
   Equivalency to a M.S.W. degree from the University of Manitoba is defined as: possession
   of a M.S.W. degree from an accredited program at another accredited university OR
   possession of a Master‟s level degree other than a M.S.W. delivered by an academic unit
   with the mandate of preparing social workers for professional practice, accredited by the
   relevant social work education authority, and which would render its holders eligible for
   registration with the Manitoba Institute of Registered Social Workers.

   Applicants who possess a B.S.W. degree and a non-social work Master‟s degree may be
   admitted to a qualifying year during which the student may be required to complete all or
   selected core courses of the M.S.W. stream consistent with the applicant‟s Ph.D. focus of
   study. Equivalency standing of prior courses will be assessed by a committee that includes
   representatives from the Ph.D. Admissions Committee and the M.S.W. stream consistent
   with the applicant‟s Ph.D. focus of study. Applicants holding a B.S.W. degree and a
   non-social work Master‟s degree are encouraged to apply at least one year prior to when
   they intend to enter the Ph.D. program.

2. Minimum research competency in qualitative or quantitative methods equivalent to the level
   required for the Masters of Social Work degree from the University of Manitoba, with a
   minimum grade point average of 3.0 (B). Although the minimum requirement is for one
   course, applicants are expected to have basic competency in both qualitative and
   quantitative methods.




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3. Evidence of scholarly ability, through publications in refereed journals, other scholarly work
   of equivalent standard, or courses taught in accredited university programs must be
   provided.

4. A minimum of two years professional practice experience in social work.


Residency Requirement

A minimum of TWO YEARS of study (the fall and winter terms of the first and second year
following admission).


Candidacy

The CANDIDACY EXAMINATION consists of a major paper on a topic within the student‟s
general area of study and an oral examination of the topic covered in the paper.

STUDENTS ADVANCE TO CANDIDACY FOR DISSERTATION RESEARCH after successfully
passing the CANDIDACY EXAMINATION.


Dissertation Research
The student‟s Ph.D. advisory committee, chaired by a thesis advisor, provides advice and
guidance in the development of the proposal for the dissertation, and during the ongoing
research phase. Normally, advisory committee members become members of the examining
committee for the dissertation during the final examination for the Ph.D. degree.


Course Requirements
STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE 27 credit hours of approved 700-level course work beyond the
M.S.W. degree.

  Course Requirements include:

        Social Work core courses (6 credit hours):
               SWRK 8010 Perspectives on Knowledge for Social Work (3 credit hours)
               SWRK 8020 Development of the Social Work Profession (3 credit hours)



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        Research Courses (12 credit hours):
              SWRK 8030 Advanced Qualitative Research in Social Work (6 credit hours)
              SWRK 8040 Advanced Quantitative Research in Social Work (6 credit hours)

       Teaching Requirement (3 credit hours):
              Teaching and Learning in Post-Secondary Education (EDUB 7416) (3 credit hours)
                                    OR
              An alternative requirement that addresses teaching (3 credit hours)

        Electives (6 credit hours):
                One elective in the student‟s area of specialization (3 credit hours)
                One additional elective (3 credit hours)
                Please note that, if Masters level courses must be taken to meet pre-requisites
        for SWRK 8030 and/or SWRK 8040, they cannot be used as electives.

Core Courses:

SWRK 8010 PERSPECTIVES ON KNOWLEDGE FOR SOCIAL WORK - A seminar focusing
on the definition, development, legitimization, and transmission of knowledge for social work
practice. A range of approaches will be discussed including scientific approaches (logical
positivism), post-modern approaches, indigenous and culturally based approaches, and critical
approaches.

SWRK 8020 DEVELOPMENT OF THE SOCIAL WORK PROFESSION - A seminar focusing
on the development of social work from mainstream and marginalized people‟s perspectives
(including Aboriginal people and women), and its relationship to current professional issues.
Historical, ideological, economic, theoretical, and political factors will be considered in
examining selected fields of practice.

SWRK 8030 ADVANCED QUALITATIVE RESEARCH IN SOCIAL WORK - A seminar and
laboratory course in the understanding and use of a wide range of epistemological and
methodological approaches to research related to social work. This will include a focus on the
views and practices of Aboriginal peoples, women, and other marginalized persons.

Pre-requisite: A grade of “B” or better in a Master‟s level qualitative research course taken within
five years or instructor approval.

SWRK 8040 ADVANCED QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH IN SOCIAL WORK - A seminar and
laboratory course in the use of multivariate statistics in analysing experimental, quasi-
experimental, survey and administrative data related to social policy, social services, and social
work practice.

Pre-requisite: A grade of “B” or better in a Master‟s level quantitative research course taken
within five years or instructor approval.
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Application Process
        THE FACULTY OF SOCIAL WORK must have faculty with demonstrated scholarship in
        an applicant‟s proposed area of dissertation research. If the Faculty lacks required
        expertise in the proposed area of dissertation research, applicants who meet minimum
        entry requirements will have an opportunity to change their proposed area of research.
        Applicants are encouraged to contact faculty members who might be appropriate to
        serve as their advisor to discuss their respective areas of research and the faculty
        members‟ availability to accept incoming PhD students.


EACH APPLICATION must have all the following documentation before being considered:

   COMPLETED APPLICATION for Graduate Admission to the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
   Application for Graduate Admission to the Faculty of Graduate Studies is available at:
https://aurora.umanitoba.ca/banprod/twbkwbis.P_GenMenu?name=homepage
(Click on: Apply for Admission to the Faculty of Graduate Studies)
   COMPLETED Ph.D. PROGRAM APPLICATION to the Faculty of Social Work
   APPLICATION FEE of $100 CAD (subject to change)
   OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS from all post secondary institutions attended
   COPY OF BIRTH CERTIFICATE or PASSPORT
   NOTARIZED COPY OF MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE or other official evidence indicating
   name change (applicable to students whose current name differs from that on the academic
   record or birth certificate).
   DETAILED CURRICULUM VITAE
   PROPOSAL FOR PH.D. DISSERTATION
   MATERIALS THAT DEMONSTRATE RESEARCH COMPETENCY in both qualitative and
   quantitative methods (e.g., outlines of research courses taken, evidence of completed
   research using these methods, an explanation of how the pre-requisites for the required
   research courses are met). The submission of these materials will facilitate an assessment of
   the applicant‟s research background including a determination of additional coursework
   (beyond the required PhD courses) that would be required should the applicant be offered
   admission.


EACH APPLICATION must meet the following minimum requirements before being considered:

   GRADE POINT AVERAGE of 3.0 (B) or higher in an M.S.W. degree, or equivalent from an
   accredited degree-granting university
   AT LEAST ONE research methods course (qualitative or quantitative) with a grade of 3.0 (B)
   or higher for all research methods courses taken
   THREE LETTERS OF REFERENCE which support the applicant being admitted to the
   Ph.D. program
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Application Checklist for all Ph.D. Applicants

Application Deadline: December 1, 2011 for persons residing outside of Canada
                      January 15, 2012 for persons residing in Canada


Ensure that you have included every item on this list

      completed Application for Graduate Admission to the Faculty of Graduate Studies

      completed Ph.D. Program Application to the Faculty of Social Work

      detailed curriculum vitae and proposal for Ph.D. dissertation research

      evidence of research competency in both qualitative and quantitative methods

      application fee of $100 CAD (subject to change)

      official transcripts and complete academic record of all post secondary institutions
      attended. A transcript which is stamped “student copy” or “issued to student” is not
      considered an official transcript and will not be accepted. The Faculty of Social Work also
      requires University of Manitoba graduates to submit an official transcript.

      three professional or academic letters of reference which support the applicant being
      admitted to the Ph.D. program

      copy of birth certificate or passport

      notarized copy of marriage certificate or other official evidence indicating name change
      (applicable to students whose current name differs from that on the academic record or
      birth certificate)


                        ALL DOCUMENTS ARE TO BE SUBMITTED TO:

                                   GRADUATE ADMISSIONS
                               FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
                                   500 UNIVERSITY CENTRE
                                  UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA
                                        WINNIPEG, MB
                                       CANADA R3T 2N2

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                              The University of Manitoba
                                Faculty of Social Work
                              Ph.D. Program Application

SURNAME:            ___________________________________________________

GIVEN NAMES:        ___________________________________________________

ADDRESS:            ___________________________________________________

                    ___________________________________________________

                    ___________________________________________________

TELEPHONE: HOME: ___________________ WORK: ____________________

E-MAIL ADDRESS: ___________________________________________________

START DATE:         SUMMER (May)                  FALL (September)

You are required to arrange for three letters of reference (see Reference Form that
follows). Please have referees send references directly to:

                               GRADUATE ADMISSIONS
                           FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
                               500 UNIVERSITY CENTRE
                              UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA
                                    WINNIPEG, MB
                                   CANADA R3T 2N2

LIST THE NAMES OF PEOPLE YOU HAVE ASKED TO ACT AS REFEREES:

_______________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________

NAME OF THE FACULTY MEMBER(S) WHO YOU WOULD LIKE TO HAVE AS YOUR PH.D.
ADVISOR:

_______________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________
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ATTACH THE FOLLOWING TO YOUR APPLICATION:

A DETAILED CURRICULUM VITAE in which you outline your education, employment,
professional activities, research and teaching experience, and publications. Attach
copies of your most recent publications, conference presentations, agency or
government reports, and course outlines and teaching manuals.



A PROPOSAL FOR YOUR PH.D. DISSERTATION - The proposal should clearly
describe the nature and significance of the issues you intend to study, what you already
know about research in the area, what you need to learn from your Ph.D. studies, and
what research questions you would ask, or what hypotheses you would test. You
should also describe the proposed methodology. The proposal should be no longer
than 2000 words.




Application for Graduate Admission to the Faculty of Graduate Studies is
available at:

https://aurora.umanitoba.ca/banprod/twbkwbis.P_GenMenu?name=homepage

(Click on: Apply for Admission to the Faculty of Graduate Studies)




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PH.D. REFERENCE

Deadline Dates:
For persons residing outside of Canada at point of application    December 1, 2011
For persons residing in Canada at point of application            January 15, 2012

We are especially interested in your comments regarding the applicant‟s aptitude for
Ph.D. study and a career in social work teaching and research. The Ph.D. program
involves two years of advanced course work and a research project requiring skill in
data gathering and analysis, and writing. Please comment, either on this page or a
separate page, about the applicant‟s strengths as a potential candidate for Ph.D. study.
In what areas does the applicant need further development? Please note anything else,
of a summary or specific nature that would assist the Admissions Committee in making
its decision.




Would you recommend this person for admission?


    Yes          No            Unsure

___________________________________               ______________________________
 Referee‟s signature                              Date

___________________________________               ______________________________
 Referee‟s name (type or print)                    Position or title

___________________________________               ______________________________
 Employer                                         Telephone number
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PH.D. REFERENCE

Deadline Dates:
For persons residing outside of Canada at point of application    December 1, 2011
For persons residing in Canada at point of application            January 15, 2012


We are especially interested in your comments regarding the applicant‟s aptitude for
Ph.D. study and a career in social work teaching and research. The Ph.D. program
involves two years of advanced course work and a research project requiring skill in
data gathering and analysis, and writing. Please comment, either on this page or a
separate page, about the applicant‟s strengths as a potential candidate for Ph.D. study.
In what areas does the applicant need further development? Please note anything else,
of a summary or specific nature that would assist the Admissions Committee in making
its decision.




Would you recommend this person for admission?


    Yes          No            Unsure

___________________________________               ______________________________
 Referee‟s signature                              Date

___________________________________               ______________________________
 Referee‟s name (type or print)                    Position or title

___________________________________               ______________________________
 Employer                                         Telephone number
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PH.D. REFERENCE

Deadline Dates:
For persons residing outside of Canada at point of application    December 1, 2011
For persons residing in Canada at point of application            January 15, 2012


We are especially interested in your comments regarding the applicant‟s aptitude for
Ph.D. study and a career in social work teaching and research. The Ph.D. program
involves two years of advanced course work and a research project requiring skill in
data gathering and analysis, and writing. Please comment, either on this page or a
separate page, about the applicant‟s strengths as a potential candidate for Ph.D. study.
In what areas does the applicant need further development? Please note anything else,
of a summary or specific nature that would assist the Admissions Committee in making
its decision.




Would you recommend this person for admission?


    Yes          No            Unsure

___________________________________               ______________________________
 Referee‟s signature                              Date

___________________________________               ______________________________
 Referee‟s name (type or print)                    Position or title

___________________________________               ______________________________
 Employer                                         Telephone number
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                                Faculty of Social Work – Areas of Expertise


Dr. Brenda Bacon                            Community Mental Health; Family Violence; Outcomes in
Associate Professor                         Criminal Justice (Domestic Violence); Separation/Divorce &
418H Tier                                   Children; Program Evaluation; Practice Effectiveness.
474-8454
baconbl@cc.umanitoba.ca

Dr. Michael Baffoe                          Anti-Oppressive Approaches to Social Work Practice;
Assistant Professor                         Community Organization; Work with Immigrant and Refugee
500B Tier                                   Organizations; Grassroots Community Organizations;
474-9682                                    Teaching Community Organizing Strategies.
baffoe@cc.umanitoba.ca
(Research Study Leave July „11- Dec. „11)

Prof. Colin Bonnycastle        Criminal and Restoration Justice; Male Violence; Social
Director, Northern BSW Program Policy and Poverty; Religion and Contemporary Social
Thompson                       Policy; Social Justice Theory.
Associate Professor
204-677-1452
bonnyca@cc.umanitoba.ca
(Research Study Leave July „11- June ‟12)

Dr. Denis Bracken                           The Criminal Justice System and Social Work; The Historical
Professor                                   Development of Canadian Social Policy; Domestic Violence;
Rector, St. Paul‟s                          Victim Services; Aboriginal People and the Criminal Justice
210 St. Paul‟s College                      System.
474-8581
bracken@cc.umanitoba.ca

Prof. Janet Brady                           Child Welfare; Health Care; Poverty; Social Policy; and
Field Coordinator, Northern                 Community Development.
BSW Program
Senior Instructor
Thompson
204-677-1456
bradyji@cc.umanitoba.ca

Dr. Maria Cheung                            Human rights, Spirituality and Social Work; Immigrant and
Associate Professor                         Refugee Counselling; Equity Issues in University Education;
602 Tier                                    Narrative Analysis in Research; Clinical Evaluation; Gender
474-6670                                    Analysis in International Context; Gender and Culture in
cheungmy@cc.umanitoba.ca                    Marital Relationships.


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Prof. Kim Clare                            Feminist Theory and Practice; Social Welfare Policy &
Director, Inner City Social Work           Gender Analysis; Inner City Social Work Practice Issues;
Program                                    Policy and Program Development; Program Evaluation;
Associate Professor                        Sexual & Gender Minority Issues; Community Development;
418B Tier                                  Social Work Practice with Groups.
474-9094
clare@cc.umanitoba.ca
(Research Study Leave July „11-June „12)

Dr. Kip Coggins                            Social Work with Indigenous North American Populations;
Assistant Professor                        Social Work with Latin American Populations; International
Inner City Social Work Program             Social Work; Community Development; Cultural Competence
(204) 790-7206                             Skill Development; Corrections; Chemical Dependency; Field
cogginkp@cc.umanitoba.ca                   Education; Generalist Practice; Curriculum Development;
                                           Distance Education; Licensure Preparation.

Prof. Al Curtis                            Child and Family Services; Mental Health Services; Field
DD Field Education Coordinator             Education.
Instructor II
413 B Tier
474-8316
curtisa@cc.umanitoba.ca

Dr. Lawrence Deane                         Social Policy; Community Economic Development;
Associate Professor                        Aboriginal Communities; Cross-Cultural Social Work;
239 St. Paul's College                     International Community Development (China and India);
474-8455                                   Housing and Poverty Issues, Street Gang Involvement and
deane@cc.umanitoba.ca                      Desistance from Crime, Social Work and Community
(Research Study Leave July „11-June „12)   Development in China.

Dr. Lyn Ferguson                           Women's Issues: Policy & Practice; Delivery of Child Day
Associate Professor                        Care Services; Child and Family Policy; Qualitative Research
500A Tier                                  Methodologies; Consumer Preferences; Women and
474-8273                                   Management; Supervision in Social Work,
fergusn@cc.umanitoba.ca

Prof. Greg Fidler                          The Welfare State; Community Development;
Acting Director, Northern BSW              Homelessness; Community Capacity Building.
Program
Instructor
Thompson
204-677-1457
fidlergw@cc.umanitoba.ca


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Dr. Harvy Frankel                Family Stress; Family Therapy & Development; Family–
Dean                             Centred Practice, Placement Prevention & Reunification;
Professor                        Practice Theory; Integrating Clinical Practice and Social
522 Tier                         Justice; Family Therapy Supervision; Distance Education.
474-9869
frankel@cc.umanitoba.ca

Dr. Sid Frankel                  Voluntary and Non-profit Sector; The Social Economy;
Associate Professor              Poverty and Social Exclusion; Population Health Promotion;
418G Tier                        Program Evaluation; Social Policy Analysis; Research
474-9706                         Methodology; Prevention.
frankels@cc.umanitoba.ca

Dr. Don Fuchs                    Group Work; Social Network Intervention; Self-Help and
Professor                        Informal Helping; Community Development/Organization;
212 Tier                         Social Planning; Organizational Behaviour/Development;
474-7879                         Social Work Research; Practice/Program Evaluation; Social
fuchs@cc.umanitoba.ca            Work and Disability.

Prof. Gwen Gosek                 Foster Care in an Indigenous Context; Indigenous Research
Instructor II                    Methodologies; Suicide in Indigenous Communities;
418F Tier                        Distance Education Programming in Social Work; Special
474-6210                         Needs Children and Youth in the Care of Indigenous Child
gosekgm@cc.umanitoba.ca          Welfare; the Impact of Violence and Indigenous Families.

Prof. Deana Halonen              Community Mental Health; Women‟s Violence; Aboriginal
Distance Education Coordinator   Children & Families; Indigenous Ways Practice; Indigenous
Instructor                       Knowledge & Indigenous Research Methodologies; Action
413A Tier                        Research; Problem-Based Learning and Methods of
474-9239                         Teaching; Distance Education in Social Work; Teaching
halonen@cc.umanitoba.ca          Effectiveness.

Dr. Michael Hart                 Indigenous Peoples; Indigenism; Anti-Colonialism;
Assistant Professor              Indigenous Ways of Helping; Mental Health; Suicide;
604 Tier                         Indigenous Families and Fathering; Communication Skills;
474-9237                         Counseling; Family Practice.
mhart@cc.umanitoba.ca

Dr. Tuula Heinonen               Social Work and Health; Qualitative Research and Photo
Professor                        Voice; Art and Creative Methods in Social Work Practice and
418E Tier                        Inquiry; Violence Against Women; Gender Relations;
474-9543                         International Social Development; Refugee and Immigrant
heinonn@cc.umanitoba.ca          Settlement; Women in Rural China.


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Dr. Diane Hiebert-Murphy                    Therapy with Couples with a History of Violence in their
Associate Dean                              Relationships; Family Violence; Family-Centered Practice in
Professor                                   Childhood Disability Services.
417A Tier
474-8283
hiebrt@cc.umanitoba.ca

Dr. Judy Hughes                             Intimate Partner Violence; Professional Responses and
Assistant Professor                         Practices to Intimate Partner Violence; Mothering in the
605 Tier                                    Context of Intimate Partner Violence; Narrative and
474-8261                                    Qualitative Research Methods; Critical Social Work Practice.
hughesj@cc.umanitoba.ca

Dr. Kathy Levine                            Social Work Practice & Mental Health; Interventions with
Associate Dean                              Children & Adolescents; Social Work Practice with Women;
Associate Professor                         Family-Centered Practice; Social Work Practice in
418D Tier                                   Educational Settings.
474-7461
levineka@cc.umanitoba.ca

Dr. Brad McKenzie                           Child & Family Policy and Practice; Aboriginal Child and
Professor                                   Family Services; Program Planning; Program Evaluation;
417B Tier                                   Service Delivery Models; Community-Based Services;
474-8767                                    International Social Work Education; Family Mediation; High
mcknzie@cc.umanitoba.ca                     Conflict Families and Child Well-Being; Dispute Resolution in
                                            Separation and Divorce.

Dr. Eveline Milliken                        Northern and Inner City Social Work Practice; Women's
Associate Professor                         Issues/Feminist Perspective; Inner City Social Work
485 Selkirk Avenue                          Education; Cross-Cultural Communication; Cultural Safety;
790-7209                                    Child Welfare Practice.
millikn@cc.umanitoba.ca

Prof. Marleny Munoz                         Women‟s Issues and Feminist Perspectives; Appreciative
Lecturer                                    Inquiry and Participatory Action Research; Women in
Thompson                                    War/Armed Conflicts and Refugees; Gender and
204-677-1455                                International Community Development; FASD; Primary
munozm@cc.umanitoba.ca                      Health Care and Health Promotion; Latin American Studies.

Dr. Kendra Nixon                            Intimate Partner Violence; Violence Against Women;
Assistant Professor                         Children‟s Exposure to Intimate Partner Violence; Mothering
500C Tier                                   in the Context of Violence; Social and Family Policy, and
474-9292                                    Policy Analysis.
nixonk@cc.umanitoba.ca
(Research Study Leave Jan. „12- June „12)

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Prof. Lori Oberdorfer                       Child Welfare; Women's Issues; Aboriginal Issues; Adult
Instructor II                               Learning and Education; Sexual Exploitation of Children and
Thompson                                    Youth.
204-677-1460
oberdorf@cc.umanitoba.ca

Dr. Yvonne Pompana                          Issues Related to the Colonization/Decolonization
Acting Director, Inner City Social          Experience of First Nation Communities; Devolution Policy
Work Program                                and First Nations Communities, Especially in Areas of
Associate Professor                         Justice, Child Welfare, Health and Education; Aboriginal
485 Selkirk Avenue                          Approaches to Social Work Practice; Indigenous Knowledge
790-7210                                    and Indigenous Research Methodologies.
pompana@cc.umanitoba.ca

Prof. Cathy Rocke                           Child and Family Policy and Practice; Family Violence;
Lecturer                                    Cross-Cultural Communication; Conflict Resolution;
418A Tier                                   Workplace Initiatives Addressing Social Inequality; Sexual
474-7876                                    Exploitation of Children.
crocke@cc.umanitoba.ca

Prof. Ranjan Roy                            Individual Psychotherapy; Family Therapy; Psychosocial
Professor                                   Aspects of Medical Disorders with Special Reference to
311 Tier                                    Chronic Pain; Family Therapy with Special Reference to
474-9838                                    McMaster Model.
rroy@cc.umanitoba.ca
(Research Study Leave July „11- Dec. „11)

Prof. Kelly Scott                           Social Work Practice with Children and Adults with
Field Education Coordinator                 Disabilities; Child and Family Services; Vocational
Instructor II                               Rehabilitation; Policy and Program Development; Field
412 Tier                                    Education Coordination and Curriculum Development.
474-8300
scottk@cc.umanitoba.ca

Prof. Phil Simon                            Criminal Justice System; Probation Services; Family
Field Liaison/Instructor                    Violence; Victim Services; Group Work; Field Education;
516 Tier                                    Community Organizations.
474-8845
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Dr. Silvia Straka            Feminist/Critical Approaches to Aging; Anti-oppressive
Assistant Professor          Practice in Health Care; Sexual Diversity; Mental Health;
500E Tier                    Elder Abuse/Intimate Partner Abuse Against Older Women.
474-9512
silvia_straka@umanitoba.ca

Dr. Laura Taylor             EAL and Adult Literacy; Immigration and Relocation Across
Associate Professor          the Life-Span; Chronic Illness; Disabilities (Children and
517 Tier                     Adults); HIV and Hepatitis C; Mental Health; Resiliency;
474-9660                     Elder Abuse; Aging; Narratives; Oral History; Participatory
Taylorl0@cc.umanitoba.ca     Action Research; Photo-voice; Interprofessional Education;
                             Professional Socialization; Teaching Resource Development.

Dr. Sharon Taylor-Henley     History of Social Work Practice; History of the Canadian
Associate Professor          Welfare State; Aboriginal People: Development of Social
418C Tier                    Institutions within Context of Self-Government Framework;
474-6669                     Most Particularly Facilities for Elders and Social Welfare
thenley@cc.umanitoba.ca      Institutions to Serve Elders.

Dr. Alex Wright              Human Services Organizations (Effectiveness, Efficiency,
Assoc. Professor             Culture and Climate); Social Work Administration and
418B Tier                    Management; Policy Implementation; Policy and Practice
474-9094                     Related to Child and Family Services; Theory of Need.
awright@cc.umanitoba.ca




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