VCU CSWE Annual Program Meeting presentations

The Virginia Commonwealth University School of Social Work is pleased to acknowledge the faculty and student scholars and researchers taking part in the 63rd CSWE Annual Program Meeting.

Stop by any of the following presentations, discussions or workshops and learn more about what makes VCU, our faculty and our students distinctive.


Thursday, Oct. 19

9 a.m. | Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Lone Star C-2, Conference Center, 2nd floor | Cathryne Schmitz, Rachel Forbes, Ande Nesmith, Meredith C. F. Powers and Jessie Kadolph

Teaching Environmental Justice Across the Curriculum: 2015 EPAS and Beyond, a Grand Challenges Teaching Institute

Friday, Oct. 20

7:30 a.m. | Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Lone Star C-3, Conference Center, 2nd floor | Rachel Casey [CV] and Kimberly S. Compton [CV]

Freire and the Grand Challenges: Problem-Posing and Praxis in Social Work Classrooms, an interactive workshop

10:30 a.m. | Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Lone Star A-4, Conference Center, 2nd floor | Stephanie Odera, Matthew Bogenschutz [CV]M. Alex Wagaman [CV] and Daryl V. Fraser

Promoting Civic Engagement and Policy Advocacy at Local, State, and Federal Levels, a panel discussion

12:45 p.m. | Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Lone Star A-4, Conference Center, 2nd floor | Matthew Bogenschutz [CV]Resawna Chapple and Carl L. Algood

The Experiences of African American Caregivers of Children with Disabilities, a panel discussion

12:45 p.m.  | Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Lone Star Preconvene, Monitor 10  | Christopher Ward [CV]

What’s the Purpose?: Comparative Analysis of Certificate of Need Literature and Regulation, a poster presentation

3:15 p.m. | Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Dallas Ballrooms D-3, Conference Center, 1st floor | Rachel Rosenberg [CV] and Sophia Booker

Capturing Youth Perspective: Lessons Learned from a Social Network Analysis Pilot Study, a paper session

3:45 p.m. | Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Majestic Hotel, 37th floor |  Jessie Kadolph

“Action Research and Community Problem Solving”: A Framework for Teaching Environmental Justice, a presentation

VCU School of Social Work Alumni Reception
When: 
6:30-8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 20
Where: Sheraton Dallas Downtown Hotel,
Dallas Ballroom D-2, Conference Center, 1st floor
400 N. Olive St., Dallas, TX 75201

Saturday, Oct. 21

7:30 a.m. | Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Seminar Theater, Main Building, 2nd floor  | Jan Ivery [CV]

Offender Re-Entry Initiatives: Bridging the Gap between Administration and Practice Through Collaboration, an oral presentation

7:30 a.m. | Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Lone Star C-1, Conference Center, 2nd floor  |  Augustus Klein, M. Alex Wagaman [CV] and Kristie Seelman

Transgender Individuals’ Access to Bathrooms: Social Justice Implications of Recent Legal Decisions, a panel discussion

10:30 a.m. | Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Majestic Room 5, Main Hotel, 37th floor | Christina R. Miller and Matthew Bogenschutz [CV]

Interprofessional Practice and Disability Services, an interactive workshop

12:45 p.m.  | Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Lone Star A-2, Conference Center, 2nd floor | Meredith C. F. Powers and Jessie Kadolph

Radical Self-Care: The Dire Need for a Sustainable, Life-Enhancing Pace, an interactive workshop

2 p.m. | Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Lone Star B, Conference Center, 2nd floor | Kim Downing, Jean East, Nada Elias-Lambert, Frances Bernard Kominkiewics, Shannon R. Lane and Sarah Kye Price [CV]

Social Work Educators’ Role in Preparing Students: Transformational and Feminist Perspectives, a CSWE connect session

Sunday, Oct. 22

10 a.m. | Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Houston A, Conference Center, 3rd floor | Michael Massey [CV]

Social Work Educators as “White Allies”: A Critical Examination of the Literature, an oral presentation

10 a.m. | Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Dallas Ballroom D-2, Conference Center, 1st floor | M. Alex Wagaman [CV], Sarah Carter, Jama Shelton and Kimberly Bender

Including Marginalized Youth with Lived Experiences in Research, Policy, and Program Development, an interactive workshop

10:30 a.m. | Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Houston A, Conference Center, 3rd floor | Stephen M. Young and Nicole Corley

Is Social Work “Still” Racist? A Content Analysis of Social Work Journals, an oral presentation