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					                                      SEAN R HOGAN

                                      Curriculum Vitae

Office: 207B Education Classroom Building
        Department of Social Work
        California State University, Fullerton
        Fullerton, California 92834-6868
        Telephone: 657-278-8412       E-mail: shogan@fullerton.edu

EDUCATION

Doctor of Philosophy         University of California
2005                         School of Social Welfare
                             Berkeley, California
                             Social Welfare (Substance Abuse and Social Policy)

Master of Social Welfare     University of California
2001                         School of Social Welfare
                             Berkeley, California
                             Social Welfare (Mental Health - Direct Services)

Bachelor of Arts             University of California
1999                         School of Social Welfare
                             Berkeley, California
                             Social Welfare

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

Admissions Coordinator              California State University, Fullerton
8/07-Present                        Department of Social Work
                                    Fullerton, California
                                    Responsible for creation, development, management and
                                    administration of all admissions processes for master of
                                    social work program

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Assistant Professor                 California State University, Fullerton
8/07-Present                        Department of Social Work
                                    Fullerton, California
                                    Applied Social Work Research Methods; Social Welfare
                                    Policy and Services; Social Welfare Policy in Community
                                    Mental Health; Social Work Practice in the Addictions




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Assistant Professor                  California State University, Fullerton
8/06-8/07                            Department of Human Services
                                     Fullerton, California
                                     Treatment Issues in Drug Addiction; Research and Data
                                     Management

Lecturer                             San Jose State University
8/04-5/06                            School of Social Work
                                     San Jose, California
                                     Social Welfare Policy and Services; Research Methods and
                                     Design; Research Methods, Data Analysis and Evaluation

Lecturer                             University of California
7/05-8/05                            School of Social Welfare
                                     Berkeley, California
                                     Substance Abuse Treatment

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

11/06-5/07     Co-Principal Investigator, “Service Learning as a Mechanism for Change in
               Attitudes of Helping Professionals toward Women Receiving Drug and Alcohol
               Treatment.” Department of Social Work, California State University, Fullerton.

7/04-7/05      Predoctoral Fellow, “The Effects of Eliminating Supplemental Security Income
               Drug Addiction and Alcoholism Eligibility,” NIAAA Grant No. T32 AA07240.
               Alcohol Research Group, Berkeley, California.

5/03-1/04      Research Associate III, “Strengthening Communities in the Development of
               Comprehensive Drug and Alcohol Treatment Systems for Youth” (SCY Project),
               SAMHSA Grant No. TI 13313, Public Health Institute, Oakland, California.

8/02-11/03     Research Assistant, “Aftercare Outcomes Study”, STARS Behavioral Health Care
               Group, San Leandro, California.

PUBLICATIONS

Dissertation

Hogan, S. R. (2005). The effects of eliminating Supplemental Security Income drug addiction
      and alcoholism eligibility: A panel study of public assistance and low-income substance
      abusers in Northern California. Dissertation Abstracts International, 67(3), 1090A.

Journal Articles (Peer-Reviewed)

Hogan, S. R. (in preparation). Social capital, social policy, and marginalized populations:
      A theoretical perspective. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy.

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Hogan, S. R., Unick, G. J., Speiglman, R., & Norris, J. C. (submitted). Gender-specific barriers
      to self-sufficiency among former Supplemental Security Income drug addiction and
      alcoholism beneficiaries. Journal of Social Service Research.

Hogan, S. R., Speiglman, R., & Norris, J. C. (in press, 2010). The effects of eliminating
      Supplemental Security Income drug addiction and alcoholism eligibility on the mental
      health of low-income substance abusers. Social Work in Public Health, 25(4), XX-XX.

Hogan, S. R., & Bailey, C. E. (in press, 2010). Service learning as a mechanism for change in
      attitudes and perceptions of human services students toward substance-dependent
      mothers. Journal of Teaching in Social Work.

Hogan, S. R., Unick, G. J., Speiglman, R., & Norris, J. C. (2008). Social welfare policy and
      public assistance for low-income substance abusers: The impact of 1996 welfare reform
      legislation on the economic security of former Supplemental Security Income drug
      addiction and alcoholism beneficiaries. Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare, 35(1),
      221-246.

Berzin, S. C., De Marco, A., Shaw, T. V., Unick, G. J., & Hogan, S. R. (2006). The effect of
       parental work history and public assistance use on the transition to adulthood. Journal of
       Sociology & Social Welfare, 33(1), 141-162.

Book Chapters

Hogan, S. R. (2009). Race, ethnicity, and early United States drug policy. In A. Browne-Miller
      (Ed.), The Praeger international collection on addictions: Faces of addiction, then and
      now (pp. 37-52). Westport, CT: Praeger-Greenwood.

Hogan, S. R. (2009). The social construction of drug policy and its impact on substance abuse
      treatment philosophies in the United States. In A. Browne-Miller (Ed.), The Praeger
      international collection on addictions: Characteristics and treatment perspectives (pp. 3-
      22). Westport, CT: Praeger-Greenwood.

Book Reviews and Notes

Hogan, S. R. (2008). Review of the book, Drugs and drug policy: The control of consciousness
      alteration. Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare, 35(3), 208-210.

Hogan, S. R. (2006). Note on the book, Illicit drug policies, trafficking, and use the world over.
      Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare, 33(2), 169-170.

Hogan, S. R. (2004). Note on the book, Drugs, alcohol, and social problems. Journal of
      Sociology & Social Welfare, 31(4), 222-223.

Hogan, S. R. (2004). Review of the book, Handbook of drug abuse prevention: Theory, science,
      and practice. Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare, 31(2), 206-208.

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Hogan, S. R. (2003). Note on the book, Drug courts in theory and practice. Journal of
      Sociology & Social Welfare, 30(3), 177-178.

PRESENTATIONS

Hogan, S. R., & Unick, G. J. (2009, November). Welfare reform and self-sufficiency: Gender-
      specific predictors for success. Oral presentation at the annual program meeting of the
      Council on Social Work Education, San Antonio, TX.

Hogan, S. R., & Bailey, C. E. (2007, October). The effects of service learning on substance
      abuse attitudes among human services students. Oral presentation at the annual program
      meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, San Francisco, CA.

Hogan, S. R. (2006, October). “Risky business”: Sex, drugs, smoking, and alcohol – A forum
      discussion on at-risk behavior. Panel discussion at California State University, Fullerton,
      Fullerton, CA.

Hogan, S. R. (2006, February). The effect of eliminating Supplemental Security Income
      drug addiction and alcoholism eligibility: Examining substance use and material
      hardship among low-income substance abusers in Northern California. Oral presentation
      at the annual program meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Chicago, IL.

Hogan, S. R. (2006, January). The effect of eliminating Supplemental Security Income drug
      addiction and alcoholism eligibility: A panel study of public assistance and low-income
      substance abusers in Northern California. Oral presentation at the annual conference of
      the Society of Social Work and Research, San Antonio, TX.

Unick, G. J., Hogan, S. R., Shaw, T. V., Berzin, S. C., & De Marco, A. (2006, January). The
       effect of parent characteristics and family processes on the mental health and substance
       use outcomes of emerging adults. Poster session presented at the annual conference of the
       Society of Social Work and Research, San Antonio, TX.

Berzin, S. C., De Marco, A., Shaw, T. V., Hogan, S. R., & Unick, G. J. (2006, January). The
       effect of poverty and public assistance use on home leaving behavior. Oral presentation at
       the annual conference of the Society of Social Work and Research, San Antonio, TX.

Hogan, S. R., Unick, G. J., Shaw, T. V., De Marco, A., & Berzin, S. C. (2005, January). The
      impact of parental public assistance and employment on mental health and substance
      abuse outcomes for emerging adults. Poster session presented at the annual conference of
      the Society of Social Work and Research, Miami, FL.

Berzin, S. C., De Marco, A., Shaw, T. V., Unick, G. J., & Hogan, S. R. (2005, January). The
       effect of parental work history and public assistance use on the transition to adulthood.
       Poster session presented at the annual conference of the Society of Social Work and
       Research, Miami, FL.



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FELLOWSHIPS and GRANTS

6/08         California State University General Faculty Research Program Award.

6/07         California State University Special Fund for Research, Scholarship and Creative
             Activity.

2/07         California State University at Fullerton Probationary Faculty Stipend.

7/04-7/05    Graduate Research Training on Alcohol Problems Predoctoral Fellowship at the
             Alcohol Research Group, Berkeley, California. Sponsored by the National
             Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. NIAAA Grant No. T32 AA07240.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

10/05-Present Council on Social Work Education, member.

9/04-Present Society for Social Work and Research, member.




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