Everything listed under: Faculty

  • Kirsten Havig, YWCA Tulsa's Woman of the Year Award

      We are thrilled to share that faculty member Kirsten Havig has been selected as one of YWCA Tulsa's Women of the Year. "This distinction is reserved for 10 fearless Green Country women who best personify the mission of YWCA Tulsa and have demonstrated their commitment to eliminating racism and empowering women within the last year." Dr. Havig works tirelessly to end human trafficking, sexism, and violence against women.   Read More...

  • Intimate Partner Violence Research Presentation

      Congratulations to Knee Center Scholar Vanessa Brown, MSW Candidate, for her recent presentation with Zarrow School Professors Ric Munoz, JD, MSW and Shane Brady, PhD, at the American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences National Conference in Las Vegas, NV. The team presented on their work with survivors of intimate partner violence that explored the importance of empowerment and support of others to generating hope for safety from violence. The national conference included pres...  Read More...

  • CAS Research Day

    Did you know the Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work faculty presented 49 times in 2014 alone? Come find out more about the impact of our research at the College of Arts and Science Research Day event on February 24, 2015. We hope you will join us and the other departments from noon-5:00 pm in the Molly Shi Boren Ballroom.   Read More...

  • Faculty Publications

    David McLeod, Ph.D., MSW, recently had an article published in the Journal of Child Sexual Abuse. "Female Offenders in Child Sexual Abuse Cases: A National Picture" shares data collected through a study of every reported case of child sexual abuse in the country.  Christina Miller, Ph.D., MSW, recently had an article published in the Journal of Social Work Education. Make sure to look for "Perceived levels of cultural competence for school social workers: A follow up study" in you...  Read More...

  • Faculty Research & Presentations

      Members of the School are presenting at the Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) National Conference 2015, January 14-18, in New Orleans. SSWR is the premier national conference for social work research. Ricky Munoz, JD, MSW and Knee Center research assistant Kara Brunk, MPH are presenting their research findings on the topics of mindfulness and hope (poster pdf).   Read More...

  • Faculty Activity - Kirsten Havig

      On September 24, 2014, Dr. Kirsten Havig presented a report and policy recommendations to the Public Safety Committee of the Oklahoma Legislature for the interim study on Child Trafficking organized by Rep. Sean Roberts.   Read More...

  • NASW Pioneers

        The Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work is pleased to announce that Ken Wedel and Julia Norlin have been named NASW Pioneers. NASW recently released an article about their induction. According to NASW, "Pioneers are social workers who have explored new territories and built outposts for human services on many frontiers. Some are well known; others less famous outside their immediate colleagues and the region where they live and work.   Read More...

  • Shane Brady

    Dr. Shane Brady is in his first year as an assistant professor at the University of Oklahoma Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work. Dr.   Read More...

  • Faculty Research - Chloe Noyori-Corbett

      Oral presentation at the Asian Conference on the Social Sciences Dr. Noyori-Corbett attended the Asian Conference on the Social Sciences (ACSS) 2014, organized by the International Academic Forum, which was held between the 12th and 15th of June, 2014 in Osaka, Japan. She made an oral presentation of a paper titled “Transnational Advocacy Networks (TAN) as a Global Response to Human Trafficking in Japan”, which was co-authored with Dr.   Read More...

  • Faculty Service - David McLeod

    Dr. McLeod represents OU at the NOFSW Conference in New York City David McLeod serves as an executive board member for the National Organization of Forensic Social Work (NOFSW). Forensic social work is the application of social work practice at the intersection of issues involving crime, law, and the court systems. This pertains to working in areas that address issues such as domestic violence, victim advocacy, survivor services in clinical mental health, mediation, juvenile justice, o...  Read More...