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CURRICULUM VITAE

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                                    CURRICULUM VITAE

                                 Paul B. Gold, Ph.D.
                   Department of Counseling and Personnel Services
                                College of Education
                       University of Maryland at College Park
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                                        NOTARIZATION

I have read the following and certify that this curriculum vitae is a current and accurate statement
of my professional record.

Signature________________________________             Date___________________________

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                           I. PERSONAL INFORMATION

University of Maryland at College Park
Assistant Professor (Appointed August 2008)
Department of Counseling and Personnel Services

3214 Benjamin Building
College Park, MD 20742

301.405.8414; 301.405.9995 (FAX)
E-mail: pgold@umd.edu
http://www.education.umd.edu/EDCP/index.cfm
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                                          EDUCATION

Ph.D.    University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, MO (1989-1994)
         Counseling Psychology, 08/1994

M.A.     University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX (1982-1984)
         Geology, 12/1984

B.A.   Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT (1977-1981)
       Geology, with Honors, 05/1981
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                                          LICENSES

Licensed Psychologist : South Carolina (#627) 1996 – present
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                              PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2008-present Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling and Personnel Services,
             University of Maryland, College Park, MD

2006-2007     Senior Health Policy Analyst, Government Accountability Office, Washington,
              DC

1994-2007     Instructor (1994-1997) to Assistant Professor (1997-2006), Clinical Assistant
              Professor (2006-2008). Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences,
              Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC

1994-2006   Staff Psychologist, Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Charleston,
            SC
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        II. RESEARCH, SCHOLARLY, AND CREATIVE ACTIVITIES
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                                      A. BOOKS

Chapters in books

Sharp, J.M., Galloway, W.E., Land, L.S., McBride, E.F., Blanchard, P.E., Bodnar, D.P., Dutton,
       S.P., Farr, M.R., Gold, P.B., et al. (1988). Diagenetic processes in northwestern Gulf of
       Mexico sediments (pp. 43-133). In: Chilingarian, G.V., Wolf, K.H., eds, Diagenesis, II.
       Elsevier: New York.
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                        B. ARTICLES in REFEREED JOURNALS

Barreira, P., Tepper, M., Gold, P.B., Holley, D., & Macias, C. (2010) Social value of supported
       employment for psychosocial program participants. Psychiatric Quarterly. Published
       online 09/03/2010. DOI 10.1007/s11126-010-9148-9.

Barreira, P.J., Tepper, M., Gold, P.B., Holly, D., & Macias, C. (2010). Adapting Evidence-Based
       Interventions to Fit Usual Practice: Staff Roles and Consumer Choice in Psychiatric
       Rehabilitation. Psychiatric Quarterly, 81, 139-155.
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Gold, P.B., Macias, C., Barreira, P.J., Tepper, M., & Frey, J. (2010). Viability of using
       employment rates from randomized trials as benchmarks for supported employment
       program performance. Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 37, 427–432.

Macias, C., Gold, P.B., Hargreaves, W.A., Aronson, E., Bickman, L., Barreira, P.R., Jones, D.R.,
      Rodican, C.F., & Fisher, W.H. (2009). Preference in random assignment: implications for
      the interpretation of randomized trials. Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 36,
      331-342.

Macias, C., Jones, D.R., Hargreaves, W.A., Wang, Q., Jones, D.R., Rodican, C.F., Barreira, P.R.,
      & Gold, P.B. (2008). When programs benefit some people more than others: tests of
      differential service effectiveness. Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 35, 283-
      294.

Jones, D., Macias, L., Gold, P.B., Barreira, P., & Fisher, W.L. (2008). When parents with severe
       mental illness lose contact with their children: are psychiatric symptoms or substance use
       to blame? Journal of Loss and Trauma, 13, 261-287.

Cook, J.A., Blyler, C.R., Leff, H.S., McFarlane, W.R., Goldberg, R.W., Gold, P.B., Mueser,
       K.T., Shafer, M.S., Onken, S.J., Donegan, K., Kaufmann, S., & Razzano, L.A. (2008).
       The Employment Intervention Demonstration Program. Psychiatric Rehabilitation
       Journal, 31, 291-295.

Cook, J.A., Blyler, C.R., McFarlane, W.R., Leff, H.S., Mueser, K.T., Gold, P.B., et al. (2008).
       Effectiveness of supported employment for individuals with schizophrenia: results of a
       multi-site randomized trial. Clinical Schizophrenia & Related Psychoses, 2, 37-46.

Barreira, P., Macias, C., Rodican, C., & Gold, P.B. (2008). Choice of rehabilitation provider:
       how consumer self-determination can shape service delivery. Psychiatric Rehabilitation
       Journal, 31, 202-210.

Cook, J. A., Razzano, L. A., Burke-Miller, J. K., Blyler, C. R., Leff, H. S., Mueser, K. T., Gold,
       P.B., et al. (2007). Effects of co-occurring disorders on employment outcomes in a
       multisite randomized study of supported employment for people with severe mental
       illness. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 44, 837-849.

Gold, P. B., Glynn, S. M., & Mueser, K. T. (2006). Challenges to Implementing and Sustaining
       Comprehensive Mental Health Service Programs. Evaluation & the Health Professions,
       29, 195-218.

Gold, P. B., Meisler, N., Santos, A. B., Carnemolla, M. A., Williams, O. H., & Keleher, J.
       (2006). Randomized trial of supported employment integrated with assertive community
       treatment for rural adults with severe mental illness. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 32, 378-395.

Cook, J.A., Mulkern, V., Grey, D.D., Burke-Miller, J.K., Blyler, C.R., Razzano, L.A., Onken,
       S.J., Balser, R.M., Gold, P.B., et al. (2006). Effects of local unemployment rate on
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       vocational outcomes in a randomized trial of supported employment for individuals with
       psychiatric disabilities. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 25, 75-84.

Cook, J. A., Leff, H. S., Blyler, C. R., Gold, P. B., Goldberg, R. W., Clark, R. E., et al. (2006).
       Estimated payments to employment service providers for persons with mental illness in
       the Ticket to Work Program. Psychiatric Services, 57, 465-471.

Burke-Miller, J., Cook, J., Grey, D., Razzano, L., Blyler, C., Leff, H., Gold, P.B., et al. (2006).
      Demographic Characteristics and Employment among People with Severe Mental Illness
      in a Multisite Study. Community Mental Health Journal, 42, 143-159.

Razzano, L.A., Cook, J.A., Burke-Miller, J.K., Mueser, K.T., Pickett-Schenk, S.A., Grey, D.D.,
      Goldberg, R.W., Blyler, C.R., Gold, P.B., et al. (2005). Clinical factors associated with
      employment among people with severe mental illness: Findings from The Employment
      Intervention Demonstration Program. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 193, 705-
      713.

Leff, H.S., Cook, J.A., Gold, P.B., Toprac, M.G., Blyler, C.R., Goldberg, R.W., McFarlane,
       W.R., Shafer, M.S., et al. (2005). Inside employment interventions: effects of job
       development and job support on competitive employment of persons with severe mental
       illness. Psychiatric Services, 56, 1237-1244.

Cook, J.A., Lehman, A.F., Drake, R.E., McFarlane, W.R., Gold, P.B., Leff, H.S., Blyler, C.R.,
       Toprac, M.G., Razzano, L.A., et al. (2005). Integration of psychiatric and vocational
       services: a multi-site randomized implementation effectiveness trial of supported
       employment. American Journal of Psychiatry, 162, 1948-1956.

Cook, J. A., Leff, H. S., Blyler, C. R., Gold, P. B., Goldberg, R. W., Mueser, K. T., et al. (2005).
       Results of a multisite randomized trial of supported employment interventions for
       individuals with severe mental illness. Archives of General Psychiatry, 62, 505-512.

Campanelli, P.C., Cleek, E., Gold, P.B., Lieberman, H.J., Nakagawa, A., & Skoraszewski, M.
     (2005). Screening offenders with histories of mental illness and violence for community
     housing. Journal of Psychiatric Practice, 11, 279-288.

Magruder, K. M., Frueh, B. C., Knapp, R. G., Davis, L., Hamner, M. B., Martin, R. H., Hebert-
      Martin, R., Gold, P.B., & Arana, G.W. (2005). Prevalence of posttraumatic stress
      disorder in Veterans Affairs primary care clinics. General Hospital Psychiatry, 27, 169-
      179.

Gold, P. B., Meisler, N., DuRoss, D., & Bailey, L. (2004). Employment outcomes for hard-to-
       reach persons with chronic and severe substance use disorders receiving assertive
       community treatment. Substance Use and Misuse, 39, 2425-2489.

Killeen, T. K., Brady, K. T., Gold, P. B., Simpson, K. N., Faldowski, R. A., Tyson, C., et al.
       (2004). Effectiveness of naltrexone in a community treatment program. Alcoholism:
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       Clinical and Experimental Research, 28, 1710-1717.

Killeen, T. K., Brady, K. T., Gold, P. B., Tyson, C., & Simpson, K. N. (2004). Comparison of
       self-report versus agency records of service utilization in a community sample of
       individuals with alcohol use disorders. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 73, 141-147.

Gold, P. B., Meisler, N., Santos, A. B., Keleher, J., Becker, D. R., Knoedler, W. H., et al. (2003).
       The program of assertive community treatment: Implementation and dissemination of an
       evidence-based model of community-based care for persons with severe and persistent
       mental illness. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, 10, 290-303.

Frueh, B. C., Sauvageot, J. A., Elhai, J. D., Gold, P. B., Hamner, M. B., & Arana, G. W. (2003).
       Service use and satisfaction among elderly former prisoners of war in South Carolina.
       Military Medicine, 168, 682-687.

Gold, P. B., & Brady, K. T. (2003). Evidence-based treatments for substance use disorders.
       Focus, 1, 115-122.

Elhai, J. D., Frueh, B. C., Gold, P. B., Hamner, M. B., & Gold, S. N. (2003). Posttraumatic
        stress, depression, and dissociation as predictors of MMPI-2 Scale 8 scores in combat
        veterans with PTSD. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 4, 51-64.

Frueh, B. C., Elhai, J. D., Gold, P. B., Monnier, J., Magruder, K. M., Keane, T. M., et al. (2003).
       Disability compensation seeking among veterans evaluated for posttraumatic stress
       disorder. Psychiatric Services, 54, 84-91.

Gold, P. B., Rubey, R. N., & Harvey, R. T. (2002). Naturalistic, self-assignment comparative
       trial of bupropion SR, a nicotine patch, or both for smoking cessation treatment in
       primary care. American Journal on Addictions, 11, 315-331.

Frueh, B. C., Pellegrin, K. L., Elhai, J. D., Hamner, M. B., Gold, P. B., Magruder, K. M., et al.
       (2002). Patient satisfaction among combat veterans receiving specialty PTSD treatment.
       Journal of Psychiatric Practice, 8, 326-332.

Elhai, J. D., Ruggiero, K. J., Frueh, B. C., Beckham, J. C., Gold, P. B., & **Feldman, M. E.
        (2002). The Infrequency-Posttraumatic Stress Disorder scale (Fptsd) for the MMPI-2:
        Development and initial validation with veterans presenting with combat-related PTSD.
        Journal of Personality Assessment, 79, 531-549.

Libet, J. M., Frueh, B. C., Pellegrin, K. L., Gold, P. B., Santos, A. B., & Arana, G. W. (2001).
        Absenteeism and productivity among mental health employees. Administration and
        Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 29, 41-50.

Johnson, M. R., Gold, P. B., **Siemion, L., Magruder, K. M., Frueh, B. C., & Santos, A. B.
      (2000). Panic disorder in primary care: Patients' attributions of illness causes and
      willingness to accept psychiatric treatment. International Journal of Psychiatry in
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       Medicine, 30, 367-384.

Frueh, B. C., Dalton, M. E., Johnson, M. R., Hiers, T. G., Gold, P. B., Magruder, K. M., et al.
       (2000). Trauma within the psychiatric setting: conceptual framework, research directions,
       and policy implications. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health
       Services Research, 28, 147-154.

Frueh, B. C., Deitsch, S. E., Santos, A. B., Gold, P. B., Johnson, M. R., Meisler, N., et al.
       (2000). Procedural and methodological issues in telepsychiatry research and program
       development. Psychiatric Services, 51, 1522-1527.

Elhai, J. D., Frueh, B. C., Gold, P. B., Gold, S. N., & Hamner, M. B. (2000). Clinical
        presentations of posttraumatic stress disorder across trauma populations: a comparison of
        MMPI-2 profiles of combat veterans and adult survivors of child sexual abuse. Journal of
        Nervous & Mental Disease, 188, 708-713.

Elhai, J. D., Gold, P. B., Frueh, B. C., & Gold, S. N. (2000). Cross-validation of the MMPI-2 in
        detecting malingered posttraumatic stress disorder. Journal of Personality Assessment,
        75, 449-463.

Frueh, B. C., Hamner, M. B., **Cahill, S. P., Gold, P. B., & **Hamlin, K. L. (2000). Apparent
       symptom overreporting in combat veterans evaluated for PTSD. Clinical Psychology
       Review, 20, 853-885.

Gold, P. B., Engdahl, B. E., Eberly, R. E., Blake, R. J., Page, W. F., & Frueh, B. C. (2000).
       Trauma exposure, resilience, social support, and PTSD construct validity among former
       prisoners of war. Social Psychiatry & Psychiatric Epidemiology, 35, 36-42.

Frueh, B. C., Gold, P. B., Dammeyer, M., Pellegrin, K. L., Hamner, M. B., Johnson, M. R., et al.
       (2000). Differentiation of depression and PTSD symptoms in combat veterans.
       Depression and Anxiety, 11, 175-179.

Meisler, N., McKay, C. D., Gold, P. B., Schales-Elkins, P., Benasutti, R., & Santos, A. B.
       (2000). Assertive community treatment of dually-diagnosed persons with mental illness
       and mental retardation. Journal of Psychiatric Practice, 6, 77-83.

Gold, P. B., & Frueh, B. C. (1999). Compensation-seeking and extreme exaggeration of
       psychopathology among combat veterans evaluated for posttraumatic stress disorder.
       Journal of Nervous & Mental Disease, 187, 680-684.

Hamner, M. B., & Gold, P. B. (1998). Plasma dopamine beta-hydroxylase activity in psychotic
     and non-psychotic post-traumatic stress disorder. Psychiatry Research, 77, 175-181.

Frueh, B. C., Gold, P. B., & **de Arellano, M. A. (1997). Symptom overreporting in combat
       veterans evaluated for PTSD: differentiation on the basis of compensation seeking status.
       Journal of Personality Assessment, 68, 369-384.
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Frueh, B. C., Gold, P. B., **de Arellano, M. A., & **Brady, K. L. (1997). A racial comparison of
       combat veterans evaluated for PTSD. Journal of Personality Assessment, 68, 692-702.

Multon, K. D., Kivlighan, D. M., & Gold, P. B. (1996). Changes in counselor adherence over the
      course of training. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 43, 356-363.

Reif, L. V., Patton, M. J., & Gold, P. B. (1995). Bereavement, stress, and social support in
        members of a self-help group. Journal of Community Psychology, 23, 292-306.

Gold, P. B., Kivlighan, D. M., Kerr, A. E., & Kramer, L. A. (1993). The structure of students'
       perceptions of impactful, helpful events in career exploration classes. Journal of Career
       Assessment, 1, 145-161.

Reed, J. R., Patton, M. J., & Gold, P. B. (1993). Effects of turn-taking sequences in vocational
       test interpretation interviews. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 40, 144-155.

Gold, P. B. (1987). Textures and geochemistry of authigenic albite from Miocene sandstones,
       Louisiana Gulf Coast. Journal of Sedimentary Research, 57, 353-362.
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    C. REPORTS: U.S. Government Accountability Office (Research Team Co-Author)


GAO-08-678. Young Adults with Serious Mental Illness: Some States and Federal Agencies Are
     Taking Steps to Address Their Transition Challenges, June 23, 2008. Accessed on
     February 21, 2009 at www.gao.gov/products/GAO-08-678

GAO-08-50. State Children’s Health Insurance Program: Program Structure, Enrollment and
     Expenditure Experiences, and Outreach Approaches for States That Cover Adults.
     Committee on Finance, U.S. Senate, November 26, 2007. Accessed on December 01,
     2007 at http://www.gao.gov/cgi-bin/getrpt?GAO-08-50.

GAO-07-No number. Responses to Questions for the Record; Hearing Entitled “The Future of
     CHIP Improving the Health of America's Children,” for the Committee on Finance, U.S.
     Senate, June 14, 2007.

GAO-07-558T. Children’s Health Insurance: States’ SCHIP Enrollment and Spending
     Experiences and Considerations for Reauthorization. Testimony before the
     Subcommittee on Health, Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of
     Representatives, March 1, 2007. Accessed on December 01, 2007 at
     http://www.gao.gov/cgi-bin/getrpt?GAO-07-558T.

GAO-07-447T. Children’s Health Insurance: State Experiences in Implementing SCHIP and
     Considerations for Reauthorization. Testimony before the Committee on Finance, U.S.
     Senate, February 1, 2007. Accessed on December 01, 2007 at http://www.gao.gov/cgi-
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       bin/getrpt?GAO-07-447T.

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                          D. BOOK REVIEWS and EDITORIALS

Gold, P. B., & Waghorn, G. (2007). Supported employment for people with severe mental
       illness. Lancet, 370, 1108-1109.

Macias, C., Aronson, E., Barreira, P. J., Rodican, C. F., & Gold, P. B. (2007). Integrating peer
      providers into traditional service settings: the Jigsaw strategy in action. Administration
      and Policy in Mental Health, 34, 494-496.

Cook, J. A., Razzano, L. A., Burke-Miller, J. K., Pickett-Schenk, S. A., Grey, D. D., Lehman, A.
       F., McFarlane, W.R., Gold, P.B., et al. (2006). Dr. Cook and Colleagues Reply (letter).
       American Journal of Psychiatry, 163, 940.

Gold, P. B. (2004). Some obstacles to employment for persons with chronic substance use
       disorders. Substance Use and Misuse, 39, 2631-2636.

Mann, H., Djulbegovic, B., & Gold, P. (2003). Failure of equipoise to resolve the ethical tension
      in a randomized clinical trial. Journal of Law, Medicine, and Ethics, 31, 5-6.

Gold, P. B. (2002). Behavioral therapy for rural substance abusers (book review). Substance
       Abuse, 23, 145-147.
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                                  E. TALKS, ABSTRACTS

1.   Invited Talks

Gold, P.B. (2008, May). Ethical issues in supervision. Presented at the University of Maryland-
       College Park, Department of Counseling and Personnel Services, College Park, MD.

Gold, P.B. (2008, April). An integrated community- & team-based clinical & vocational
       rehabilitation program for persons with severe mental illnesses & work disabilities in the
       rural south. Presented at the Arizona State University at the West Campus, New College
       of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, Glendale, AZ.

Gold, P.B. (2005, April). Problems and possible solutions to analyzing non-normal distributions
       of rehabilitation outcomes and services in longitudinal prospective rehabilitation studies
       for persons with severe and persistent mental illness and long-term work disabilities.
       Presented at the Psychiatric Research Center, Dartmouth Medical School, Concord, NH.

Gold, P.B. (2004, April). An overview of the recent OIG guidelines on pharmaceutical research.
       Presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Society of Research Administrators,
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       Baton Rouge, LA.

Gold, P.B. (2004, April). Vulnerable population groups in clinical trials. Presented at the
       Annual Meeting of the International Society of Research Administrators, Baton Rouge,
       LA.

Gold, P.B. (2002, November). Supported Employment as an Evidence-Based Practice for
       Persons with Severe Mental Illness: Unresolved Issues and Public Policy Implications.
       Presented at the 4th Annual “Day of Discovery” Conference on developments in the
       treatment of mental illness and substance abuse, sponsored by the Institute of Psychiatry,
       Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC.

Gold, P.B. (2001, June). Ethics of placebo-controlled trials of investigational new drugs for
       treatment of mental illnesses. Presented at the jointly-sponsored regional conference on
       human research protections by the US DHHS Office of Human Research
       Protections/Food & Drug Administration/Department of Veterans Affairs, Charleston,
       SC.

Gold, P.B., Meisler, N., Williams, O., Santos, A.B., Kelleher, J., Carnemolla, M., & Paolone, J.
       (2000, October). Employability of persons with severe mental illness. Presented at the 2nd
       Annual Conference on “Developments in the Treatment of Mental Illness,” sponsored by
       the Institute of Psychiatry, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC,
       October, 2000.

Gold, P.B. (1998, December). Supported employment, clinical treatment, and other
       rehabilitation services for persons with severe mental illness. Department of Psychology,
       Indiana University/Purdue University at Indianapolis.

Faldowski, R.A., Libet, J.M., Arana, G.W., Frueh, B.C., & Gold, P.B. (1998, October).
      Development of a peer evaluation instrument for use in a mental health service line:
      Means and methods. Colloquium presented to the Quantitative Psychology Program,
      University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C.

2.   Refereed Conference Proceedings


Gold, P.B., Xie, H., & Mueser, K.T. (2006, October). Novel Ways for Analyzing Highly-Skewed
       Longitudinal Rehabilitation Outcomes. Poster presented at the 58th Annual Institute on
       Psychiatric Services, American Psychiatric Association, New York, NY.

Burke-Miller, J., Cook, J.A., & Gold PB (2005, December). Demographic characteristics and
      employment among people with severe mental illness: Implications for evidence-based
      best practices and policy. Paper presented at the 133rd Annual Meeting of the American
      Public Health Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Cook, J.A., Goldberg, R.W., McFarlane, W., Shafer, M.S., & Gold, P.B. (2005, December). A
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       simulation of provider payments under the “Ticket to Work” program using data from
       individuals receiving evidence-based practice supported employment. Paper presented at
       the 133rd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Magruder, K.M., Frueh, B.C., Knapp, R.G., Davis, L., Hamner, M.B., Hebert-Martin, R., Gold,
      P.B., & Arana, G.W. (2005, March). Do primary care patients with post traumatic stress
      disorder use more health services? Paper presented at the 7th Workshop on Costs and
      Assessment in Psychiatry--Financing Mental and Addictive Disorders, International
      Center of Mental Health Policy and Economics, Venice, Italy. Abstract: Journal of
      Mental Health Policy and Economics 2005;8(Suppl1):S28-S29.

Gold, P.B., Meisler, N., & Becker, R. (2003, October). Can the PACT evidence-based provide
       clinical decision rules for client care? Paper presented as part of a symposium on
       “Innovations in Integrated Care for the Mentally Ill” at the 55th Annual Institute on
       Psychiatric Services, American Psychiatric Association, Boston, MA.

Gold, P.B., Meisler, N., DuRoss, D., & Bailey, L. (2003, June). Outcomes of Assertive
       Community Treatment (ACT) for persons with severe addictions and work disabilities.
       Paper presented as part of a symposium, “New Vocational Rehabilitation Models for
       Substance Users.” Chair, Stephen Magura. 65th Annual Scientific Meeting, College on
       Problems in Drug Dependence, Bal Harbour, FL. Abstract: NIDA Research Monograph
       184. Rockville, Md: National Institute on Drug Abuse.

Killeen, T., Brady, K.T., Faldowski, R., Gold, P.B., & Simpson, K. (2003, June). The
       effectiveness of naltrexone in a community treatment program. Poster presented at the
       Annual Meeting of the Research Society of Alcoholism. Abstract: Alcoholism Clinical &
       Experimental Research. Suppl:146A (#846).

Killeen, T., Brady, K.T., Faldowski, R., Gold, P.B., & Simpson K. (2003, June). The
       effectiveness of naltrexone in a community treatment program. Poster presented at the
       65th Annual Scientific Meeting, College on Problems in Drug Dependence, Bal Harbour,
       FL. Abstract: NIDA Research Monograph 184. Rockville, Md: National Institute on Drug
       Abuse.

Gold, P.B., Frueh, B.C., & Meisler, N. (2003, February). Supported employment as an evidence-
       based practice for persons with severe mental illness-unresolved issues in analysis and
       interpretation of evidence for effectiveness. Paper presented at 13th Annual Conference on
       State Mental Health Agency Services Research, Program Evaluation, and Policy,
       sponsored by the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors
       Research Institute, Washington, DC.

Mann, H., & Gold, P.B. (2002, November). Public Disclosure of IRB Decisions: Does It Help
      Protect Subjects? Reduce Conflicts? Paper presented at the 28th Annual Meeting of the
      Applied Research Ethics National Association/Public Responsibility in Medicine and
      Research, San Diego, CA.
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Magruder, K.M., Frueh, B.C., Knapp, R., Gold, P.B., Davis, L., & Moss S. (2002, November).
      PTSD in primary care. Poster presented at the 18th Annual Meeting of the International
      Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Baltimore, MD.

Frueh, B.C., Elhai, J.D., Gold, P.B., Monnier, J., Magruder, K.M., Keane, T.M., & Arana, G.W.
        (2002, November). Disability compensation-seeking among veterans evaluated for
       PTSD. Poster presented at the 18th Annual Meeting of the International Society for
       Traumatic Stress Studies, Baltimore, MD

Elhai, J.D., Ruggiero, K.J., Frueh, B.C., Beckham, J.C., Gold, P.B., & **Feldman, M.E. (2002,
        November). Fptsd: An MMPI-2 Infrequency Scale for combat veterans with PTSD. Poster
        presented at the 18th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress
        Studies, Baltimore, MD.

Meisler, N., Gold, P.B., Williams, O., & Santos, A.B. (2002, May). Rural-based supported
       employment approaches: results from the South Carolina site of the Employment
       Intervention Demonstration Project. Paper presented at the 155th Annual Meeting of the
       American Psychiatric Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Gold, P.B., Meisler, N., Williams, O., & Kelleher, J. (2002, February). From project to
       practice: using outcomes from the Employment Intervention Demonstration Program
       (EIDP) to influence evidence-based practices in vocational rehabilitation. Presented as
       part of a symposium by the same title at the 12th Annual Conference on State Mental
       Health Agency Services Research, Program Evaluation, and Policy, sponsored by the
       National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors Research Institute,
       Washington, D.C.

Gold, P.B., Rubey, R.N., & Harvey, R.T. (2001, October). Naturalistic, self-assignment
       comparative trial of bupropion SR, a nicotine patch, or both for smoking cessation
       treatment in primary care. Poster presented at the 129th Annual Meeting of the American
       Public Health Association, Atlanta, GA.

Brady, K.T., Killeen, T., Mamay-Gentilin, S., Faldowski, R., Gold, P.B., & Simpson, K. (2001,
       June). A comparison of self-report and archival data on service utilization. Poster
       presented at the 25th Annual Meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism, Toronto,
       Ontario, Canada.

Gold, P.B., Meisler, N., Williams, O., & Kelleher, J. (2001, February). Supported employment
       for persons with severe mental illnesses. Paper presented as part of a symposium entitled,
       “From research to practice: The Employment Intervention Demonstration Program.” 11th
       Annual Conference on State Mental Health Agency Services Research, Program
       Evaluation, and Policy, sponsored by the National Association of State Mental Health
       Program Directors Research Institute, Washington, DC.

Gold, P.B., Meisler, N., DuRoss, D., & Santos, A.B. (2000, November). Assertive community
       treatment for indigent persons with severe substance use disorders. Poster presented at
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       the 128th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Boston, MA.

Meisler, N., Gold, P.B., Kelleher, J., & Williams, O. (2000, October). “Rural-Based Supported
       Employment Approaches”: results from the South Carolina site of the Employment
       Intervention Demonstration Project. Presented at the 4th Biennial Research Seminar on
       Work entitled, “Informing and Enhancing Employment Practices for Persons with Serious
       Psychiatric Disabilities through Research.” Program sponsored by the Matrix Research
       Institute/University of Pennsylvania Rehabilitation Research and Training Center funded
       by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, Philadelphia, PA.

Meisler, N., Williams, O., Kelleher, J., & Gold, P.B. (2000, June). A viable model of supported
       employment for ACT teams: results of a randomized trial. Workshop presented at the
       16th Annual National Assertive Community Treatment Conference, sponsored by the
       Assertive Community Treatment Association, Inc., Grand Rapids, MI.

Johnson, M.R., Gold, P.B., Stephanoff, C., Clancy, D., Wiley, K., Clyburn, B., Brzezinski, J., et
      al. (1999, July). High prevalence of panic disorder among patients at a public inner city
      primary care clinic. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of Mental Health Services
      Research in Primary Care Settings, National Institute of Mental Health, Washington, DC.
      Abstract:

Foer, J.F., Waid, L.R., & Gold, P.B. (1997, August). Litigation and peripheral injury:
        neurocognitive effects of mild head injury. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the
        105th American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

Hamner, M.B., & Gold, P.B. (1997, May). Elevated plasma dopamine beta-hydroxylase activity
     may differentiate psychotic from nonpsychotic PTSD. Poster presented at the 150th
     Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, San Diego, CA.

Gold, P.B., Frueh, B.C., & Chobot, K. (1996, August). Detection of malingered PTSD in a
       sample of combat veterans. Poster presented at the 104th Annual Meeting of the
       American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Frueh, B.C., Gold, P.B., & **de Arellano, M.A. (1996, March). Compensation-seeking status in
       combat veterans evaluated for PTSD. Paper presented at the Society for Personality
       Assessment Annual Mid-Winter Meeting, Denver, CO.

Gold, P.B., Patton, M.J., Kivlighan, D.M., & Wood, P.K. (1995, August). Participants’
       perceptions of therapeutic events in group counseling: A longitudinal study. Poster
       presented at the 103rd Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, New
       York, NY.

Kim, H-Y., Patton, M.J., & Gold, P.B. (1995, August). Cross-cultural validity of narcissism
      scales with Koreans. Poster presented at the 103rd Annual Meeting of the American
      Psychological Association, New York, NY.
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Gold, P.B., Engdahl, B.E., Eberly, R.E., Blake, R.J., & Page, W.F. (1994, August). Trauma
       exposure, resilience, and social support among former prisoners of war. Poster presented
       at the 102nd Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles,
       CA.

Gold, P.B. (1994, August). Suggestions for preparation of qualitative research for publication in
       counseling psychology journals. Part of a symposium entitled, Qualitative Research:
       From Theory to Guidelines for Publication. Lisa A. Suzuki and Mary Kopala, Chairs.
       Presented at the 102nd Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Los
       Angeles, CA.

Kasai, M., Patton, M.J., & Gold, P.B. (1994, August). The validity of narcissism scales in a
       Japanese sample. Poster presented at the 102nd Annual Meeting of the American
       Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA.

Gold, P.B. (1993, August). The Supervisory Working Alliance Inventory: A cross-validated
       study of the factorial structure. Part of a symposium entitled, The Supervisory Working
       Alliance in Counselor Training. Karen D. Multon, Chair. Presented at the 101st Annual
       Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Lapan, R.T., Gold, P.B., & Goedinghaus, M. (1993, August). Adapting structural equation
       modeling to evaluate transitional career programs. Poster presented at the 101st Annual
       Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Reed, J.R., Patton, M.J., & Gold, P.B. (1992, August). Effects of turn-taking sequences in
       vocational test interpretation interviews. Poster presented at the 100th Annual Meeting of
       the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Patton, M.J., Brossart, D., Gehlert, K., Gold, P.B., & Jackson, A. (1992, August). Validation of
        the Supervisor Working Alliance Inventory. Poster presented at the 100th Annual Meeting
        of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Gold, P.B. (1985, March). Diagenesis of Miocene sandstones, Louisiana Gulf Coast. Paper
       presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists,
       New Orleans, LA. Abstract: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, 69,
       257.

Milliken, K.L., Gold, P.B., & Land, L.S. (1985, March). Feldspar diagenesis in Neogene
       sediments, northern Gulf of Mexico. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the
       American Association of Petroleum Geologists, New Orleans, LA. Abstract: American
       Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, 69, 288.

Gold, P.B. (1985, August). Feldspar diagenesis in Miocene sandstones, Louisiana Gulf Coast.
       Poster presented at the Midyear Meeting of the Society of Economic Paleontologists and
       Mineralogists, Golden, CO.
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                              I.   CONTRACTS and GRANTS


EXTRAMURALLY-FUNDED RESEARCH PROJECTS

As Principal or Co-Principal Investigator (N = 9; total costs = $6,307,000)

2000-2006 PI, NIH/NIMH-K23-MH01903, “Community Integration of Persons with Severe
              Mental Illnesses” (Total Costs = $675,000; 75% effort)

2001-2005 PI, NIH/NIAAA-R03-AA12063, “Service Outcomes for Persons with Severe
              Substance Use Disorders” (no-cost extension 2003 – 2005) (Total Costs =
              $143,000; 20% effort)

1997-2004 PI (2001 – 2004), Co-PI (1997 – 2001), SAMHSA/CMHS-UD7-SM51823 (N.
              Meisler, M.S.W., PI). “Rural-Based Supported Employment Approaches.” (no
              cost extension 2001-2004) (Total Costs = $3,500,000; 30% effort)

2001-2004 PI (2004 – 2005), Co-PI (2001 – 2004) SAMHSA/CSAT-KD1-TI12814 (N. Meisler,
              M.S.W., PI). “Randomized Clinical Trial of the Effects of Two Vocational
              Rehabilitation Interventions on Employment Outcomes for Persons with Co-
              Occurring Severe Substance Use Disorders and Mental Illness.” (Total Costs =
              $1,500,000; 15% effort)

2001-2003 Co-PI, SAMHSA/CMHS-KD1-SM53542, (J.A. Morris, M.S.W., PI), “Dissemination
             of Supported Employment for Persons with Severe Mental Illness in South
             Carolina’s Public Mental Health System” (Total Costs = $132,000; 5% effort)

2001-2003 Co-PI, NIH/NIMH-R03-MH61923 (B.C. Frueh, Ph.D., PI), “Disability
             Determination and Compensation-Seeking for PTSD in the Department of
             Veterans Affairs” (Total Costs = $100,000; 10% effort)

2001-2002 Co-PI, DoD/Center for Naval Analyses-DoD#30087M (B.C. Frueh, Ph.D., PI),
             “POW Health Service Utilization and Perceptions about Services-II” (Total Costs
             = $100,000; 25% effort)

2001-2002 Co-PI, SAMHSA/CMHS-6UD7-SM51823 (N. Meisler, PI) “Dissemination of
             supported employment programs for persons with Severe Mental Illness” (Total
             Costs = $90,000; 15% effort)

2000-2001 Co-PI, DoD/Center for Naval Analyses-DoD#30063 (B.C. Frueh, Ph.D., PI), “POW
             Health Service Utilization and Perceptions about Services” (Total Costs =
             $67,000; 15% effort)

As Co-Investigator (N = 4; total costs = $2,316,000)
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2002-2004 Co-I, NIH/National Center for Research Resources-R01-S07-RR018244 (John
             Raymond, M.D., PI), “Human Subjects Research Enhancements Program” (Total
             Costs = $300,000; 5% effort)

1998-2000 Co-I, South Carolina Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services-
             #980300, (N. Meisler, M.S.W., PI), “Assertive Community Treatment
             Demonstration for Persons with Severe Alcohol and/or Drug Use Disorders”
             (Total Costs = $195,000; 40% effort)

1998-1999 Co-I, SAMHSA/CMHS-UD1-SM52645 (A.B. Santos, M.D., PI), “Improving MH/SA
             Status of Elders through Primary Care” (Total Costs = $321,000; 40% effort)

1997-2000     Co-I, NIH/NIMH-R24-MH53558, (A.B. Santos, M.D., PI), “Home-and
              Community-Based Services” (Total Costs = $1,500,000; 35% effort)

Intramurally-Funded Research Projects (N = 2; total costs = $45,000)

2001-2003 PI, University Research Committee, Medical University of South Carolina, “Impact of
              Atypical Antipsychotic Medications and Innovative Vocational Rehabilitation on
              Employment Outcomes for Persons with Severe Mental Illnesses and Associated
              Severe Disabilities” (Total Costs = $20,000; 10% effort)

2000-2001 Co-I, University Research Committee, Medical University of South Carolina (M.
             Johnson, M.D., P.I.), “Treatment of Depression in Primary Care” (Total Costs =
             $25,000; 5% effort)
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                      J. FELLOWESHIPS, PRIZES, and AWARDS


2007   Project Performance Award, US Government Accountability Office, Washington, DC
2006   Distinguished Service Award, Faculty Senate, Medical University of South Carolina
2002   Nominee, Health Sciences Foundation Scholar, Medical University of South Carolina
2001   Nominee, Health Sciences Foundation Scholar, Medical University of South Carolina
1998   Circle of Excellence Teaching Award, Medical University of South Carolina
1996   Department of Veterans Affairs Clinical Services Performance Award
1995   Department of Veterans Affairs Clinical Services Performance Award
1993   American Psychological Association, Dissertation Travel Award
1993   University of Missouri-Columbia, Superior Graduate Achievement Award
1993   Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities
1993   Univ. of Missouri-Columbia, Doctoral Comprehensive Exams - "With Distinction”
1992   University of Missouri-Columbia, Walter Scott Monroe Research Fellowship
1990   University of Missouri-Columbia, Walter Scott Monroe Research Fellowship
1989   University of Missouri-Columbia, William Gregory Graduate Fellowship
1984   Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies, Research Fellowship
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1981 Wesleyan University, Honors in Geology
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                 K. REVIEWER for PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS


Ad Hoc Reviewer: Peer-Reviewed Journals

1997-date    Psychiatric Services
2001-2005    Archives of Internal Medicine
2001-2005    International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine
2002-2005    Drug and Alcohol Dependence
2003-date    Schizophrenia Bulletin
2003-2006    IRB: Ethics and Human Research, The Hastings Center
2003-2006    Medical Care
2004-2006    American Journal on Addictions
2004-date    Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology
2004-2006    Psychopharmacology
2004-2006    Journal of Mental Health
2004-2006    Journal of General Internal Medicine
2005-2006    Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease
2005-2007    Evaluation and the Health Professions
2005-date    Journal of Traumatic Stress
2006-2008    The Lancet
1992-1993    Journal of College Student Development

Guest Reviewer: Peer-Reviewed Journals

2005   Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice
2005   Accountability in Research
2002   Biological Psychiatry
2002   Social Science in Medicine
2001   Substance Abuse
2000   Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology
1987   Journal of Sedimentary Geology

Annual Program Reviewer: Professional Associations

2001-2006    Section on Alcohol, Tobacco & other Drugs, American Public Health Association
2005-2006    Sections on (a) Research Methods, (b) Public Non-Profits, Academy of
             Management




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              III. TEACHING, MENTORING, and ADVISING
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                       A. COURSES TAUGHT - PAST FIVE YEARS

2008 Fall       EDCP663         Rehabilitation & Treatment of Mental & Emotional Disorders
     Fall       EDCP745         Supervision of Counseling

2009 Spring     EDCP619R Practicum in Rehabilitation Counseling
     Summer     EDCP789W Introduction to Mental Disorders
     Fall       EDCP789X Lifespan Development

2010 Spring    EDCP619R Practicum in Rehabilitation Counseling
      Spring   EDCP619B Practicum in College Counseling
      Fall     EDCP616     Counseling II: Theories & Strategies
      Fall     EDCP789X Lifespan Development
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               E. ADVISING: OTHER Than RESEARCH DIRECTION

Yearly Masters Level Advisees

2008-2009    4 Advisees (2 seminar papers)
2009-2010    6 Advisees (3 seminar papers)

Yearly Doctoral Advisees

2008-2009   1 Advisee
2009-2010   1 Advisee
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                        F. ADVISING: RESEARCH DIRECTION

Masters Thesis Committee Memberships (Completed)

2009   Trisha Raque-Bogdan      Counseling Psychology
2010   Phuong Vu                School Psychology

Dissertation Committee Chair (Not Completed)

2008   Spalatin Oire            Counselor Education



Doctoral Committee Memberships (Completed)
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2010    Nayoung Kim           School Psychology
2010    Kevin McGann          Counseling Psychology
2010    Joe Miles             Counseling Psychology
2010    Roe Rodgers           Counselor Education

Doctoral Committee Memberships (Not Completed)

2008    David Burnhill        Counselor Education
2008    Shengli Dong          Counselor Education
2010    Michelle Denny        School Psychology

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                             IV. SERVICE
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                            A. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE


2. Reviewing Activities for Agencies

       Federal Scientific Review Committees

2010 National Institute of Disability Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR)
     RFA# 2010 Center on Knowledge Translation for Employment Research Grant Review
     (84.133A-5) (09/07-09/09/2010):

2010 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
     IRG: T14-SM10-010
     RFA# SM-10-010 “Mental Health Transformation Program” (06/30/2010)

2009 NIH/National Center for Minority Health & Health Disparities (NCMHD)
     IRG: ZMD1-PA-R9-1
     RFA# MD-09-007 “Recovery Act Limited Competition: NCMHD Exploratory Centers of
     Excellence (P20)” (08/05-08/07/2009)

2005 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
     IRG: ZOA1-MHS-A-05-S
     RFA# SM-05-009 “Mental Health Transformation-State Incentive Grants” (07/11-
     07/15/05).

2005 NIH/National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
     IRG: ZMH1-ERB-B-06-S
     RFA# MH-05-004 "State Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices-II-Bridging
     Science & Service" (01/24/2005)
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2004 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
     IRG: ZOA1-MHS-U-M1-S
     RFA# SM-04-003 “Statewide Consumer Network Infrastructure Grants Program”
     (05/25/2004)

2003 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
     IRG: SRC-99
     RFA# OA-03-002 “SAMHSA Grant Program for Legislatively Mandated Projects”
     (08/20/2003)

2003 NIH/National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
     IRG: ZMH1-CRB-B-04
     RFA# MH-03-007 “State Implementation of Evidenced-Based Practices-Bridging
     Science & Services” (03/09/2003)

2000 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
     RFA# SM-00-002 “Systems Reorganization to Improve Access and Quality of Care in
     Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services” (04/26/2000)

1998 NIH/National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
     IRG: ZMH1-BRB-T-06
     RFA# MH-98-004 “Mental Health and HIV/STD Prevention in Rural Settings”
     (06/22/1998).

3.   Other Unpaid Services to Local, State, & Federal Agencies

       Federal Advisory

1999     U.S. Department of Labor
         Presidential Task Force on Employment of Adults with Disabilities (Presidential
         Executive Order 13078) “Overcoming Barriers to Employment: Implications for Federal
         Policies and Programs” (09/22/1999)

       County Advisory

2001-2003 Consultant for development of novel vocational rehabilitation programs for persons
             with severe mental illness, Charleston-Dorchester Community Mental Health
             Center, Charleston, SC.
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                                  B. CAMPUS SERVICE


1. Department of Counseling & Personnel Services

2009      Member, Hershenson Award Committee
2010-date IRB Liaison

2. College of Education Service

2009-2010 College of Education Faculty Senate
             Member & Secretary
2010-2011 College of Education Faculty Senate
             Member of Executive Committee & Secretary

3. University Service

2010-date Member, Institutional Review Board, Office of Vice President for Research
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                  C. COMMUNITY, STATE, & NATIONAL SERVICE


2005-2006 Member, Board of Directors, Action Council for Mental Health and Health and
            Human Services (ensuring culturally-sensitive service delivery), Columbia, SC

2002-2006 Grant Application Reviewer, Community Investment Review Team, Trident United
             Way, Charleston, SC

2002-2003 Senior Thesis Mentor for Curisa Mack, Academic Magnet High School, North
             Charleston, SC. Topic: Treatment of cigarette smoking in women who are
             pregnant or early post-partum (completed with honors, 01/2003).

2000-2006 Member, Strategic Planning Committee on Health Promotion and Disease Prevention,
            Trident United Way, Charleston, SC

1999-2000 Senior Thesis Co-Mentor for Riis Harris, Academic Magnet High School, North
             Charleston, SC. Topic: Diagnosis and treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder.

1995-2000 President, Board of Directors (1996-2000), Mental Health Association of the
             Charleston Area, Charleston, SC. Member, Board of Directors (1995-1996).

1987-1989 Crisis Counselor, Life-Line of Colorado, Arvada, CO
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                        D. SERVICE AWARDS and HONORS


2007  Project Performance Award, US Government Accountability Office, Washington, DC
2006  Distinguished Service Award, Faculty Senate, Medical University of South Carolina
2002  Nominee, Health Sciences Foundation Scholar, Medical University of South Carolina
2001  Nominee, Health Sciences Foundation Scholar, Medical University of South Carolina
1998  Circle of Excellence Teaching Award, Medical University of South Carolina
1996  Department of Veterans Affairs Clinical Services Performance Award
1995  Department of Veterans Affairs Clinical Services Performance Award
1993  American Psychological Association, Dissertation Travel Award
1993  University of Missouri-Columbia, Superior Graduate Achievement Award
1993  Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities
1993  Univ. of Missouri-Columbia, Doctoral comprehensive exams completed "With
      Distinction”
1993 University of Missouri-Columbia, Walter Scott Monroe Research Fellowship
1992 University of Missouri-Columbia, Walter Scott Monroe Research Fellowship
1991 University of Missouri-Columbia, Walter Scott Monroe Research Fellowship
1990 University of Missouri-Columbia, Walter Scott Monroe Research Fellowship
1989 University of Missouri-Columbia, William Gregory Graduate Fellowship
1984 Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies, Research Fellowship
1981 Wesleyan University, Honors in Geology
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