Social Work Professor Awarded Contract To Examine Veteran Treatment Courts Data
Holly Matto, associate professor of social work, was recently awarded a contract from the National Institute of Corrections, in partnership with Bureau of Justice Assistance, the Bureau of Prisons, and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, to analyze survey data from the Veteran Treatment Courts. Read more about her work.
Brittany Dwyer Receives John J. Hughes Scholarship
Brittany Dwyer, a senior in the Department of Social Work, was recently selected to receive the John J. Hughes “Overcoming the Odds” Scholarship. Read more about her accomplishments.
Household Financial Management Roles Influence Intimate Partner Violence in Philippines
In a new study, Laura Cordisco Tsai, assistant professor of social work, used propensity score matching, a statistical matching technique, to determine a causal estimate of how women as financial household managers impacts their experiences with intimate partner violence. Read more about the study.