Research Review: Publications and Grants - January 2019-December 2020 The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - UNC School of ...

 
Research Review: Publications and Grants - January 2019-December 2020 The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - UNC School of ...
Research Review:
Publications and Grants
       January 2019–December 2020

    The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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The Work Of The Academy
I am proud to share with you the inaugural issue of a new publication at UNC
School of Social Work: our Research Review, providing a compilation of our faculty’s
recent scholarly achievements.

Through these research activities, more than 40 social work faculty leaders and
innovators are contributing to the body of knowledge in our profession, identifying
new interventions with lasting impact, and addressing some of the most serious
problems facing individuals, families, and communities throughout the world.

Their research has never been more important than it is today. As we have learned
from the COVID-19 pandemic, our social safety nets are vital but fragile. We must
continue to seek new solutions that will advance equity, transform systems, and
improve lives.

At UNC School of Social Work, this is what we have been doing for more than 100
years. Our vision is to be the leading school of social work for impact: Accelerating
discovery and the translation of knowledge into action. The scholarly work
reflected in this review is a strong indication that we are moving in this direction
with intentionality and focus.

We launch this new publication in our centennial year both as a record of what we
have accomplished and as a clarion call to move forward. I invite you to peruse its
pages and see how our faculty are making an impact on the science of social work
practice.

With warm regards,

                     Gary L. Bowen
                     Dean
                     Kenan Distinguished Professor
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The Impact Of Our Research
Bridging academic and real-world settings is a hallmark of social work research.
This review of our faculty’s grants and publications reflects something greater than
cutting-edge developments in our scholarship: It reflects real change in the lives
of those here in North Carolina, as well as lives across our nation and around the
globe.

As a School, we have doggedly pursued these changes at a time when new public
health challenges swept local, state, and global communities. Our faculty adapted
to new digital platforms for instruction, conferencing, and data collection while
also renewing their commitment to investigate and address the disparities in
care and resources that COVID-19 underscored. As the pandemic highlighted the
growing interconnectedness of our world, our faculty pursued with new urgency
the University’s broader focus on global outreach. At the same time, faculty have
also reaffirmed the importance of their efforts within North Carolina to address
inequities with intractable causes — such as structural racism — that long predated
the pandemic.

The Office of Strategic Research Priorities is proud to showcase the most recent
chapter of our School’s scholarly leadership. I hope that this review will spark new
collaborative efforts that draw from and add to our faculty’s range of expertise as
we build, together, a just and equitable future.

With warm regards,

                     Rebecca J. Macy
                     L. Richardson Preyer Distinguished Chair for Strengthening Families
                     Associate Dean for Research & Faculty Development
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                find yourself is to
               lose yourself in the
                service of others.

                Mahatma Gandhi

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Contributing Faculty
Travis J. Albritton....................................... 6       Todd Jensen............................................. 32

David Ansong............................................. 6        Kirsten Kainz........................................... 35

Deborah Barrett........................................ 7          Michael Canute Lambert....................... 36

Joy Noel Baumgartner.............................. 8               Paul Lanier............................................... 37

Neil Bilotta............................................... 10     Barbara Leach......................................... 39

Amy Blank Wilson................................... 10             Melissa Lippold....................................... 40

Sarah E. Bledsoe.......................................12          Rebecca J. Macy....................................... 41

Tara Bohley.............................................. 13       Rainier Masa............................................ 43

Gary Bowen............................................. 14         John McMahon........................................ 45

Kanisha Brevard...................................... 15           Andrea Murray-Lichtman...................... 45

Mimi V. Chapman.................................... 15             Tamara H. Norris..................................... 46

Ding-Geng Chen...................................... 16            JP Przewoznik.......................................... 47

Gina A. N. Chowa.................................... 20            Emily Putnam-Hornstein........................ 47

Gary Cuddeback...................................... 22            Cynthia Fraga Rizo.................................. 50

Allison De Marco..................................... 25           Tina Souders............................................ 52

Dean F. Duncan....................................... 26           C. Joy Stewart.......................................... 53

Linda Kendall Fields................................ 26            Kimberly Strom....................................... 54

Marilyn Ghezzi......................................... 27         Tonya Van Deinse.................................... 55

Trenette Clark Goings............................. 28              Sarah Verbiest......................................... 58

Rachel W. Goode..................................... 30            Christopher J. Wretman......................... 59

Will Hall.................................................... 31   Lisa De Saxe Zerden............................... 62

Josh Hinson.............................................. 32       Sheryl Zimmerman................................. 64
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                     Travis J. Albritton
                     Associate Dean of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
                     Director, Chapel Hill 3-Year MSW Program
                     Clinical Associate Professor

                     ARTICLES
                     Ansong, D., Okumu, M., Albritton, T. J., Bahnuk, E. P., & Small, E. (2020). The role
                     of social support and psychological well-being in STEM performance trends across
                     gender and locality: Evidence from Ghana. Child Indicators Research, 13(5), 1655-1673.
                     https://doi.org/10.1007/s12187-019-09691-x

                     Lambert, M. C., Levitch, A. H., Lambert, C. T. M., Hickling, F., Samms-Vaughan,
                     Ramkissoon, M., Gibson, R., & Albritton, T. (2020). The Caribbean Symptom
                     Checklist: A culturally valid multidimensional measure of psychological functioning
                     in English-speaking Caribbean nations. Caribbean Journal of Psychology, 12(1), 40-82.
                     https://www.uwipress.com/cjp-vol-12-i1-a2/

                     David Ansong
                     Wallace Kuralt Early Career Distinguished Scholar
                     Associate Professor

                     ARTICLES
                     Ansong, D., Chowa, G., Masa, R., Despard, M., Sherraden, M., Wu, S., & Osei-Akoto,
                     I. (2019). Effects of youth savings accounts on school attendance and academic
                     performance: Evidence from a youth savings experiment. Journal of Family and
                     Economic Issues, 40(2), 269-281. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10834-018-9604-5

                     Ansong, D., Eisensmith, S. R., Okumu, M., & Chowa, G. (2019). The importance of
                     self-efficacy and educational aspirations for academic achievement in resource-
                     limited countries: Evidence from Ghana. Journal of Adolescence, 70, 13-23. https://doi.
                     org/10.1016/j.adolescence.2018.11.003

                     Ansong, D., Okumu, M., Kim, Y. K., Despard, M., & Darfo-Oduro, R. (2020). Effects of
                     education savings accounts on student engagement: Instrumental variable analysis.
                     Global Social Welfare, 7(2), 109-120. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40609-019-00142-7

                     Ansong, D., Okumu, M., Albritton, T. J., Bahnuk, P. E., & Small, E. (2020). The role
                     of social support and psychological well-being in STEM performance trends across
                     gender and locality: Evidence from Ghana. Child Indicators Research, 13(5), 1655-1673.
                     https://doi.org/10.1007/s12187-019-09691-x

                     Chen, D., & Ansong, D. (2019). Bayesian modeling of space and time dynamics: A
                     practical demonstration in social and health research. Journal of the Society for Social
                     Work and Research, 10(2), 275-299. https://doi.org/10.1086/703444

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                     Chen, D., Testa, M. F., Ansong, D., & Brevard, K. C. (2020). Evidence building
                     and information accumulation: Bayesian paradigm cohesive for child welfare
                     intervention research. Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research, 11(3), 483-
                     498. https://doi.org/10.1086/711376

                     Okumu, M., Ombayo, B., Small, E., & Ansong, D. (2019). Syndemics and sexual risk
                     practices among US high school students: Evidence from the 2017 Youth Behavioral
                     Survey. International Journal of Behavior Medicine, 26(3), 297-305. https://doi.
                     org./10.1007/s12529-019-09783-6

                     Wu, S., Wu, Q., Wei, X., Bledsoe, S. E., & Ansong, D. (2019). Exploring the factors
                     of achieving successful educational attainment among Chinese doctoral students
                     in the United States. Journal of International Students, 10(2), 244-264. https://doi.
                     org/10.32674/jis.v10i2.844

                     EXTERNAL FUNDING
                     Evaluation of the Kinship Guardianship Assistance Program Educational Campaign. (D.
                     Ansong, PI). North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Division of
                     Social Services, #A21-0084-001. ($52,451). Role: Principal Investigator. 12/2020-
                     6/2021.

                     Family First Prevention Services Evaluation. (D. Ansong, PI). Illinois Department
                     of Children and Family Services, #1005709016. ($546,563). Role: Principal
                     Investigator. 7/2020-6/2021.

                     Illinois Birth through Three (IB3) Waiver Evaluation. (D. Ansong, PI). Illinois Department
                     of Children and Family Services, #1005709016. ($1,071,692). Role: Principal
                     Investigator. 1/2019-6/2020.

                     The Kinship Guardianship Assistance Program (KinGAP) Implementation and Evaluation
                     Support. (S. Childs, PI). North Carolina Department of Health and Human
                     Services, Division of Social Services, #30-190-368. ($24,708). Role: Co-Principal
                     Investigator. 1/2019-6/2019.

                     Deborah Barrett
                     Director, Continuing Education
                     Clinical Associate Professor

                     ARTICLES
                     Barrett, D., Brintz, C. E., Zaski, A. M., & Edlund, M. J. (2020). Dialectical pain
                     management: Feasibility of a hybrid third-wave cognitive behavioral therapy
                     approach for adults receiving opioids for chronic pain. Pain Medicine, pnaa361.
                     https://doi.org/10.1093/pm/pnaa361

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                     Miller, V. E., Chen, D., Barrett, D., Poole, C., Golightly, Y. M., Sanders, A. E., Ohrbach,
                     R., Greenspan, J. D., Fillingim, R. B., & Slade, G. D. (2020). Understanding the
                     relationship between features associated with pain-related disability in people with
                     painful TMD: An exploratory structural equation modeling approach. Pain, 161(2),
                     2710-2719. https://doi.org/10.1097/j.pain.0000000000001976

                     Miller, V. E., Poole, C., Golightly, Y., Barret, D., Chen, D., Ohrbach, R., Greenspan, J.
                     D., Fillingim, R. B., & Slade, G. D. (2020). Characteristics associated with high-impact
                     pain in people with temporomandibular disorder: A cross-sectional study. Journal of
                     Pain, 20(3), 288-300. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpain.2018.09.007

                     Joy Noel Baumgartner
                     Wallace Kuralt Early Career Distinguished Scholar
                     Director, Global Mental Health Initiative
                     Associate Professor

                     ARTICLES
                     Cherenack, E. M., Tolley, E. E., Kaaya, S., Headley, J., & Baumgartner, J. N. (2020).
                     Depression and sexual trauma among adolescent girls and young women in HIV-
                     prevention research in Tanzania. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 24(5), 620-629.
                     https://doi.org/10.1007/s10995-020-02888-5

                     Egger, J. R., Headley, J., Li, Y., Kim, M. K., Kirya, J., Aldridge, L., Weiland, S., &
                     Baumgartner, J. N. (2020). Beneath the surface: A comparison of methods for
                     assessment of quality of care for maternal and neonatal health care in rural Uganda.
                     Maternal and Child Health Journal, 24(3), 328-339. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10995-
                     019-02862-w

                     Lillie, M., Gallis, J. A., Hembling, J., Owusu, R. K., Ali, M., Abubakr-Bibilazu, S.,
                     Aborigo, R., Haliq, A., McEwan, E., Awoonor-Williams, J. K., & Baumgartner, J. N.
                     (2020). Prevalence and correlates of depression among pregnant women enrolled in
                     a maternal and newborn health program in rural northern Ghana: A cross-sectional
                     survey. Global Social Welfare, 7(2), 131-140. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40609-020-
                     00170-8

                     Lillie, M., Lema, I., Kaaya, S., Steinberg, D., & Baumgartner, J. N. (2019). Nutritional
                     status among young adolescents attending primary school in Tanzania: Prevalence
                     and contribution of mid-upper arm circumference (MUAC) for adolescent
                     assessment. BMC Public Health, 19(1), 1582. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-019-7897-
                     4

                     Mascayano, F., Alvarado, R., Andrews, H., Baumgartner, J. N., Burrone, M. S.,
                     Conover, S., Cintra, J., Dahl, C., Galea, S., Gorroochurn, P., Fader, K., Jorquera, M. J.,
                     Lovisi, G., Mitkiewicz, F., Pratt, C., Rojas, G., Restrepo, M., Rosenheck, R., Sarução,
                     K., Schilling, S., et al. (2019). Implementing a recovery-oriented intervention for
                     people with psychoses in Latin American: a study protocol. Cadernos de Saúde Pública/
                     Reports in Public Health, 35(4). https://doi.org/10.1590/0102-311X00108018

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                     Ostermann, J., Vasudevan, L., Baumgartner, J. N., Ngadaya, E., & Mfinanga, S.
                     G. (2019). Do mobile phone-based reminders and conditional financial transfers
                     improve the timeliness of childhood vaccinations in Tanzania? Study protocol for a
                     quasi-randomized controlled trial. Trials, 20(1), 397. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-
                     019-3430-4

                     Pack, A., Tolley, E., Kaaya, S., Sastry, G., Headley, J., & Baumgartner, J. N. (2019).
                     Stakeholder acceptability of adolescent participation in clinical trials for biomedical
                     HIV prevention products: Considerations from Tanzania and India. AIDS Care, 31(7),
                     857-863. https://doi.org/10.1080/09540121.2018.1563285

                     Schrumpf, L. A., Stephens, M. J., Nsarko, N. E., Akosah, E., Baumgartner, J. N.,
                     Ohemeng-Dapaah, S., & Watt, M. H. (2020). Side effect concerns and their impact on
                     women’s uptake of modern family planning in rural Ghana: A mixed methods study.
                     BMC Women’s Health, 20(1), 57. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12905-020-0885-0

                     Sico, I. P., Hall, B. J., Aguilar-González, A., Orozco, M., Ramirez, C., Baumgartner,
                     J. N., Boyd, D., Bolaños, J., Calgua, E., Lou-Meda, R., & Rice, H. E. (2020).
                     Implementation analysis of a perioperative patient safety program in Guatemala.
                     World Journal of Surgery, 44(7), 2131-2138. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00268-020-
                     05495-1

                     Stephens, M. J., Schrumpf, L. A., Nsarko, N. E., Baumgartner, J. N., Ohemeng-
                     Dapaah, S., Akosah, E., & Watt, M. H. (2020). “I have a lot of faith in her”: Value
                     of community health workers in addressing family planning in rural Ghana. Global
                     Public Health, 15(10), 1509-1521. https://doi.org/10.1080/17441692.2020.1762238

                     Vasudevan, L., Baumgartner, J. N., Moses, S., Ngadaya, E., Mfinanga, S., &
                     Ostermann, J. (2020). Parental concerns and uptake of childhood vaccines in rural
                     Tanzania – a mixed methods study. BMC Public Health, 20(1), 1573. https://doi.
                     org/10.1186/s12889-020-09598-1

                     Veling, W., Burns, J. K., Makhathini, E. M., Mtshemla, S., Nene, S., Shabalala, S.,
                     Mbatha, S. M., Tomita, A., Baumgartner, J. N., Susser, I., Hoek, H. W., & Susser,
                     E. (2019). Identification of patients with recent onset psychosis in KwaZulu Natal,
                     South Africa: A pilot study with traditional health practitioners and diagnostic
                     instruments. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 54(3), 303-312. https://doi.
                     org/10.1007/s00127-018-1623-x

                     Watt, M. H., Nguyen, T.-V., Touré, C., Traoré, D., Wesson, J., & Baumgartner, J. N.
                     (2020). Integrated mental health screening for obstetric fistula patients in Mali:
                     From evidence to policy. PLoS One, 15(9), e0238777. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.
                     pone.023877

                     EXTERNAL FUNDING
                     Adolescent Wellness Visits to Reduce Health Risks in Tanzania. (J. Baumgartner, PI).
                     National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, #1R01HD102279.
                     ($3,378,096). Role: Principal Investigator. 8/2020-6/2025.

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                     Family Psychoeducation for Adults with Psychotic Disorders in Tanzania. (J. Baumgartner,
                     PI). National Institute of Mental Health, #R34MH106663. ($644,034). Role:
                     Principal Investigator. 2/2017-2/2021.

                     Neil Bilotta
                     Assistant Clinical Professor

                     ARTICLES
                     Bilotta, N. (2020). Anti-oppressive social work research: Prioritising refugee voices
                     in Kakuma refugee camp. Ethics and Social Welfare, 14(4), 397-414. https://doi.org/10.1
                     080/17496535.2020.1822425

                     REPORTS
                     Chowa, G., Masa, R., Manzanares, M., Bilotta, N., & Barrington, C. (2021). A
                     systematic literature review of Positive Youth Development impacts on marginalized
                     and vulnerable youth. USAID. https://www.youthpower.org/resources/systematic-
                     literature-review-positive-youth-development-impacts-marginalized-and-
                     vulnerable-youth

                     Amy Blank Wilson
                     Prudence F. and Peter J. Meehan Early Career Distinguished Scholar
                     Co-Director, Tiny Homes Village
                     Associate Professor

                     ARTICLES
                     Blank Wilson, A., Ishler, K., Morgan, B., Phillips, J., Draine, J., & Farkas, K. (2020).
                     Examining differences in criminogenic risk levels among people with serious
                     mental illness incarcerated in prisons and jails. Journal of Behavioral Health Services &
                     Research. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11414-020-09737-x

                     Blank Wilson, A., Mahadevan, T., Villodas, M., Rodriguez, M., Bailliard, A., &
                     Cuddeback, G. (2020). Tiny homes are huge for people living with serious mental
                     illness. Research on Social Work Practice. Advance online publication. https://doi.
                     org/10.1177/1049731520961448

                     Bonfine, N., Blank Wilson, A., & Munetz, M. (2020). Addressing the complex needs
                     of justice-involved people with serious mental illness within community behavioral
                     health systems. Psychiatric Services, 71(4), 355-363. https://doi.org/10.1176/appi.
                     ps.201900453

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                     Bonfine, N., Blank Wilson, A., & Munetz, M. (2020). Meeting the needs of justice
                     involved people with serious mental illness: In reply. Psychiatric Services, 71(8), 876-
                     877. https://doi.org/10.1176/appi.ps.71802

                     Cuddeback, G. S., Grady, M., Blank Wilson, A., Van Deinse, T., & Morrissey,
                     J. P. (2019). Sex offenses among offenders with severe mental illness:
                     Services and recidivism after release from prison. International Journal of
                     Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 63(12), 2157-2170. https://doi.
                     org/10.1177/0306624x19842994

                     Epperson, M., Blank Wilson, A., & Fedock, G. (2020). The promise of research to
                     advance smart decarceration. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 48(1), 3-9. https://doi.
                     org/10.1177/0093854820977587

                     Parisi, A., Sharma, A., Howard, M., & Blank Wilson, A. (2019). The relationship
                     between substance misuse and complicated grief: A systematic review. Journal of
                     Substance Abuse Treatment, 103, 43-57. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsat.2019.05.012

                     Thomas, E. C., Bilger, A., Blank Wilson, A., & Draine, J. (2019). Conceptualizing
                     restorative justice for people with mental illnesses leaving prison or jail. Journal of
                     Orthopsychiatry, 89(6), 693-703. https://doi.org/10.1037/ort0000316

                     Tomar, N., Ghezzi, M., Blank Wilson, A., Van Deinse, T., Burgin, S., & Cuddeback
                     G. S. (2020). Demographic and clinical characteristics of consumers who transition
                     from assertive community treatment to less intensive services. Social Work in Mental
                     Health, 18(4), 398-409. https://doi.org/10.1080/15332985.2020.1769002

                     Van Deinse, T., Bunger, A., Burgin, S., Blank Wilson, A., & Cuddeback, G. (2019).
                     Using the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research to examine
                     implementation determinants of specialty mental health probation. Health & Justice,
                     7(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s40352-019-0098-5

                     Van Deinse, T., Cuddeback, G., Blank Wilson, A., Edwards, D., & Lambert, M. (2019).
                     Self-report of mental illness among probationers: A population based analysis.
                     Probation Journal, 66(2), 236-247. https://doi.org/10.1177%2F0264550518808369

                     Van Deinse, T., Cuddeback, G., Blank Wilson, A., Edwards, D., & Lambert, M. (2020).
                     Variation in criminogenic risks by mental health symptom severity: Implications for
                     mental health services and research. Psychiatric Quarterly. Advance online publication.
                     https://doi.org/10.1007/s11126-020-09782-x

                     BOOK CHAPTERS
                     Blank Wilson, A., & Givens, A. (2019). Targeting criminogenic needs. In R. D. Morgan
                     (Ed.), The SAGE encyclopedia of criminal psychology (Vol. 1, pp. 329-331). Sage. https://
                     doi.org/10.4135/9781483392240.n111

                     Blank Wilson, A., & Givens, A. (2019). The responsivity principle. In R. D. Morgan
                     (Ed.), The SAGE encyclopedia of criminal psychology (Vol. 1, pp. 1254-1256). Sage.
                     https://doi.org/10.4135/9781483392240.n404

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                     Blank Wilson, A., & Van Deinse, T. (2019). Prevalence estimates of mental illness
                     among offenders. In R. D. Morgan (Ed.), The SAGE encyclopedia of criminal psychology
                     (Vol. 1, pp. 1072-1074). Sage. https://doi.org/10.4135/9781483392240.n349

                     EXTERNAL FUNDING
                     Tiny Homes Village. (A. Blank Wilson, PI). Oak Foundation. ($1,000,000). Role:
                     Principal Investigator. 7/2019-6/2022.

                     Tiny Homes Village. (A. Blank Wilson & T. Mahadevan, M-PIs). Chatham County
                     Housing Trust Fund. ($50,000). Role: M-Principal Investigator. 2021-2022.

                     Tiny Homes Village – Public Water Connection. (A. Blank Wilson, PI). Chatham County
                     Housing Trust Fund. ($54,000). Role: Principal Investigator. 2020-2021.

                     Improving Mental Health Services for Prisoners with Serious Mental Illnesses. (A. Blank
                     Wilson, PI). National Institute of Mental Health, #R34MH111855. ($450,000). Role:
                     Principal Investigator. 4/2017-3/2021.

                     The Use of Restricted Housing in Jails and Prisons. (L. Digard, Parent PI). National
                     Institute of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice (#2016-IJ-
                     CX-0016) through a sub-contract with Vera Institute (G. Cuddeback, sub-contract
                     PI). ($349,998). Role: Co-Investigator. 1/2017-12/2019.

                     Sarah E. Bledsoe
                     Associate Professor

                     ARTICLES
                     Killian-Farrell, C., Rizo, C. F., Lombardi, B., Meltzer-Brody, S. & Bledsoe, S. E.
                     (2020). Traumatic experience, polytraumatization, and perinatal depression in a
                     diverse sample of adolescent mothers. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 35(23-24),
                     6017-6040. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1177088620517726410

                     Lombardi, B., Bledsoe, S. E., Killian-Farrell, C., & Lanier, P. (2019). Victimization and
                     adversity in child welfare involved youth: The cumulative influence on behavioral
                     health symptoms. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1-27. Advance online publication.
                     https://doi.org/10.1177/0886260519888521

                     O’Neil, J. C., Marraccini, M. E., Bledsoe, S. E., Knotek, S. E., & Tabori, A. V. (2020).
                     Suicide postvention practices in schools: School psychologists’ experiences, training,
                     and knowledge. School Psychology, 35(1), 61-71. https://doi.org/10.1037/spq0000331

                     Wike, T. L., Grady, M., Massey, M., Bledsoe, S. E., Bellamy, J., Stim, H., & Putzu,
                     C. (2019). Newly-trained MSW social workers’ use of evidence-based practice and
                     evidence-supported interventions: Results from an online survey. Journal of Social
                     Work Education, 55(3), 504-518. https://doi.org/10.1080/10437797.2019.1600444

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                     Wu, S., Wu, Q., Wei, X., Bledsoe, S. E., & Ansong, D. (2020). Exploring factors for
                     achieving successful educational attainment among Chinese doctoral students
                     in the United States. Journal of International Students, 10(2), 244-264. https://doi.
                     org/10.32674/jis.v10i2.844

                     EXTERNAL FUNDING
                     The International Rescue Committee (IRC) Wichita to Bring Trauma Adapted Family
                     Connections (TA-FC) to Families with Minor Children who are Living in Poverty in
                     Wichita, KS. (K. S. Collins & S. E. Bledsoe, M-PIs). Kansas Department for Children
                     and Families, Youth and Family Stability Programs SFY 2021, DCF – Division of
                     Economic and Employment Services through a sub-contract with International
                     Rescue Committee in Kansas. ($67,687.67). Role: Principal Investigator. 7/2020-
                     6/2022.

                     Family-Informed Trauma Treatment (FITT) Center. (L. Kiser & K. S. Collins, M-PIs).
                     University of Maryland School of Medicine, School of Social Work, Kenney
                     Krieger Family Center. United States Department of Health and Human Services,
                     Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration. ($2,400,000). Role: Co-
                     Investigator. 5/2019-10/2021.

                     Tara Bohley
                     Director, Behavioral Health Springboard
                     Clinical Associate Professor

                     EXTERNAL FUNDING
                     Carolina Comprehensive Approach to Suicide Prevention. (T. L. Bohley, PI). Substance
                     Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, funded through the Garrett Lee
                     Smith Campus Suicide Prevention Program, #H79SM080448. ($306,000). Role:
                     Principal Investigator. 11/2018-11/2021.

                     The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill-School of Social Work, Behavioral Health
                     Springboard (BHS). (K. J. Strom, PI). NC Department of Health and Human Services,
                     Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services,
                     #40579. ($3,598,632). Role: Project Director. 7/2020-6/2021.

                     The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill-School of Social Work, Behavioral Health
                     Springboard (BHS). (K. J. Strom, PI). NC Department of Health and Human Services,
                     Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services,
                     #39674. ($1,745,228). Role: Project Director. 7/2019-6/2020.

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                     Gary Bowen
                     Dean
                     Kenan Distinguished Professor

                     ARTICLES
                     Bowen, N. K., Lucio, R., Patek-Pietrafesa, M., & Bowen, G. L. (2020). The SSP 2020:
                     The revised School Success Profile. Children & Schools, 42(1), 19-28. https://doi.
                     org/10.1093/cs/cdaa002

                     Graham, L. M., Jensen, T. M., Givens, A. D., Bowen, G. L., & Rizo, C. F. (2019).
                     Intimate partner violence among same-sex couples in college: A propensity
                     score analysis. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 34(8), 1583-1610. https://doi.
                     org/10.1177/0886260516651628

                     Jensen, T., & Bowen, G. (2020). Correlates of help-seeking intentions among
                     Airmen in the context of family maltreatment perpetration: Practical barriers as a
                     moderating influence. Journal of Family Violence. Advance online publication. https://
                     doi.org/10.1007/s10896-020-00186-w

                     O’Neal, C. W., Mancini, J. A., & Bowen, G. L. (2020). Connecting experiences of
                     community shared responsibility and collective competence to the well-being of
                     adults in military families. Journal of Community Psychology, 48(5), 1637-1650. https://
                     doi.org10.1002/jcop.22357

                     Wretman, C., & Bowen, G. L. (2019). Analyzing military connectedness and
                     children’s individual adaptation with multinomial propensity score matching. Youth
                     & Society, 51(8), 1031-1053. https://doi.org/10.1177/0044118X17721272

                     BOOK CHAPTERS
                     Bowen, G. L., Jensen, T. M., & Martin, J. A. (2019). Standing strong in the context of
                     organizational and family demands: A measure of USAF civilian spouse fitness. In R.
                     Moelker, M. Andres, & N. Rones (Eds.), The politics of military families and the rise of the
                     negotiation household: State, work organizations, and the rise of the negotiation household
                     (pp. 211-230). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429026492-15

                     EXTERNAL FUNDING
                     United States Air Force Family Advocacy Prevention: The Way Forward (Phase III). (S. Stith,
                     Parent PI). United States Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and
                     Agriculture ($2,293,000; #2017-39575-27343), sub-contract through Kansas State
                     University (T. M. Jensen & G. L. Bowen, sub-contract M-PIs). ($302,415). Role:
                     M-Principal Investigator. 6/2018-2/2020.

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                     Kanisha Brevard
                     Research Associate

                     ARTICLES
                     Chen, D., Testa, M. F., Ansong, D., & Brevard, K. C. (2020). Evidence building
                     and information accumulation: Bayesian paradigm cohesive for child welfare
                     intervention research. Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research, 11(3), 483-
                     498. https://doi.org/10.1086/711376

                     Sokol, R., Austin, A., Chandler, C., Byrum, E., Bousquette, J., Lancaster, C., Doss,
                     G., Dotson, A., Urbaeva, V., Singichetti, B., Brevard, K., Wright, S., Lanier, P.,
                     & Shanahan, M. (2019). Screening children for social determinants of health: A
                     systematic review. Pediatrics, 144(4). https://doi.org/10.1542/peds.2019-1622

                     EXTERNAL FUNDING
                     Evaluation of the Kinship Guardianship Assistance Program Educational Campaign. (D.
                     Ansong, PI). North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Division
                     of Social Services, #A21-0084-001. ($52,451). Role: Co-Principal Investigator.
                     12/2020-6/2021.

                     Family First Prevention Services Evaluation. (D. Ansong, PI). Illinois Department
                     of Children and Family Services, #1005709016. ($546,563). Role: Co-Principal
                     Investigator. 7/2020-6/2021.

                     Illinois Birth through Three (IB3) Waiver Evaluation. (D. Ansong, PI). Illinois Department
                     of Children and Family Services, #1005709016. ($1,071,692). Role: Co-Principal
                     Investigator. 1/2019-6/2020.

                     The Kinship Guardianship Assistance Program (KinGAP) Implementation and Evaluation
                     Support. (S. Childs, PI). North Carolina Department of Health and Human
                     Services, Division of Social Services, #30-190-368. ($24,708). Role: Co-Principal
                     Investigator. 1/2019-6/2019.

                     Mimi V. Chapman
                     Frank A. Daniels Distinguished Professor for Human Policy Information
                     Associate Dean for Doctoral Education
                     Chair of the Faculty, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

                     ARTICLES
                     Hall, W. J., Rosado, B. R., & Chapman, M. V. (2019). Findings from a feasibility
                     study of an adapted CBT therapy group intervention to reduce depression on LGBTQ
                     (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer) young people. Journal of Clinical
                     Medicine, 8(7), 949. https://doi.org/10.3390/jcm8070949

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                     Merino, Y., Lightfoot, A., Simán, F., Eng, G., Thomas, T., Coyne-Beasley, T., &
                     Chapman, M. V. (2020). “They were just waiting for me to mess up”: A critical
                     discourse analysis. Journal of Community Psychology, 48(2), 605-622. https://doi.
                     org/10.1002/jcop.22276

                     Wu, S., Chapman, M. V., Zhu, M., & Wang, X. (2020). Household assets, the role of
                     government assistance, and depression among low-income families in Shanghai.
                     Social Indicators Research, 149(2), 571-584. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11205-019-
                     02251-4

                     Wu, S., Fraser, M. W., Gao, Q., Chapman, M. V., & Huang, J. (2020). Welfare
                     participation and depression symptoms among youth in China. Global Social Welfare.
                     Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40609-020-00175-3

                     EXTERNAL FUNDING
                     Essential Women of Color: Coping During the COVID-19 Pandemic. (M. V. Chapman, T. C.
                     Goings, & R. Goode, M-PIs). North Carolina Policy Collaboratory. ($100,000). Role:
                     M-Principal Investigator. 5/2020-12/2020.

                     Implicit Internalized Stigma: Measuring and Examining a Determinant of Mental Health
                     Disparities for Sexual Minorities. (W. Hall, PI). National Institute on Minority Health
                     and Health Disparities, #1R21Md012687. ($422,799). Role: Co-Investigator. 8/2018-
                     3/2020.

                     Ding-Geng Chen
                     Wallace H. Kuralt Distinguished Professor
                     Director of Statistical Development and Consultation

                     ARTICLES
                     Bo, A., Wu, S., Chen, D. G., Marsiglia, F., Zhu, Y., Zhang, L., & Zhu B. (2020).
                     Understanding alcohol-specific antecedents among Chinese vocational
                     school adolescents. Addictive Behaviors, 110, 106483. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.
                     addbeh.2020.106483

                     Chen, D. G., & Ansong, D. (2019). Bayesian modeling of space and time dynamics: A
                     practical demonstration in social and health science research. Journal of the Society for
                     Social Work and Research, 10(2), 275-299. https://doi.org/10.1086/703444

                     Chen, D. G., Liu, D., Min, X., & Zhang, H. (2020). Relative efficiency of using
                     summary and individual information in random-effects meta-analysis. Biometrics,
                     76(4), 1319-1329. https://doi.org/10.1111/biom.13238

                     Chen, D. G., Testa, M. F., Ansong, D., & Brevard, K. C. (2020). Evidence building and
                     information accumulation: Using the Bayesian paradigm to advance child welfare
                     intervention research. Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research, 11(3), 483-
                     498. https://doi.org/10.1086/711376

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                     Chen, X., & Chen, D. G. (2019). Cognitive theories, paradigm of quantum behavior
                     change, and cusp catastrophe modeling in social behavioral research. Journal of the
                     Society for Social Work and Research, 10(1), 127-159. https://doi.org/10.1086/701837

                     Chen, X., Wang, Y., & Chen, D. G. (2019). Nonlinear dynamics of binge drinking
                     among U.S. high school students in grade 12: Cusp catastrophe modeling of national
                     survey data. Journal of Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology, and Life Sciences, 23(4), 465-
                     490. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31586498/

                     Guan, T., Guo, P., Santacroce, S. J., Chen, D. G., & Song, S. (2020). Illness uncertainty
                     and its antecedents for patients with prostate cancer and their partners. Oncology
                     Nursing Forum, 47(6), 721-731. https://doi.org/10.1188/20.ONF.721-731

                     Guan, T., Santacroce, S., Chen, D. G., & Song, L. (2020). Illness uncertainty, coping,
                     and quality of life among patients with prostate cancer. Psycho-Oncology, 29(6), 1-7.
                     https://doi.org/10.1002/pon.5372

                     Herrenkohl, T. I., Wooten, N. R., Fedina, L., Bellamy, J. L., Bunger, A. C., Chen, D. G.,
                     Jenson, J. M., Lee, B. R., Lee, J. O., Marsh, J. C., Solomon, P., & Williford, A. (2020).
                     Advancing our commitment to antiracist scholarship. Journal of the Society for Social
                     Work and Research, 11(3), 365-368. https://doi.org/10.1086/711561

                     Miller, V. E., Chen, D. G., Barrett, D., Poole, C., Golightly, Y., Sanders, A. E., Ohrbach,
                     R., Greenspan, J. D., Fillingim, R. B., & Slade, G. D. (2020). Understanding the
                     relationship between features associated with pain-related disability in people with
                     painful TMD: An exploratory structural equation modeling approach. Pain, 161(2),
                     2710-2719. https://doi.org/10.1097/j.pain.0000000000001976

                     Miller, V. E., Poole, C., Golightly, Y., Barrett, D., Chen, D. G., Ohrbach, R., Greenspan,
                     J. D., Fillingim, R. B., & Slade, G. D. (2019). Characteristics associated with high-
                     impact pain in people with TMD: A cross-sectional study. The Journal of Pain, 20(3),
                     288-300. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpain.2018.09.007

                     Vazquez, E., Wilson, J., & Chen, D. G. (2020). Analysis of correlated data with
                     feedback for time-dependent covariates for psychiatry research. General Psychiatry,
                     33(5), e100263. http://doi.org/10.1136/gpsych-2020-100263

                     Yu, L., Liu, L. & Chen, D. G. (2019). A homoscedasticity test for the Accelerated
                     Failure Time model. Computational Statistics, 34(1), 433-446. https://doi.org/10.1007/
                     s00180-018-0840-9

                     AUTHORED BOOKS
                     Wilson, J., Vazquez, E., & Chen, D. G. (2020). Marginal models in analysis of correlated
                     binary data with time-dependent covariates. Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-
                     030-48904-5

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                     BOOK CHAPTERS
                     Chen, D. G., & Chen, X. (2020). Logistic cusp catastrophe regression for binary
                     outcome: Method development and empirical testing. In X. Chen & D. G. Chen (Eds.),
                     Statistical methods for global health and epidemiology (pp. 373-394). Springer. https://
                     doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-35260-8_16

                     Chen, D. G., Chen, X., & Qin, H. (2020). Moore-Penrose generalized-inverse solution
                     to age-period-cohort modeling for historical epidemiology and global health. In X.
                     Chen & D. G. Chen (Eds.), Statistical methods for global health and epidemiology (pp.
                     243-256). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-35260-8_10

                     Chen, X., Yu, B., & Chen, D. G. (2020). A 4D indicator system of count, p rate, g
                     rate and pg rate for epidemiology and global health. In X. Chen & D. G. Chen (Eds.),
                     Statistical methods for global health and epidemiology (pp. 201-218). Springer. https://
                     doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-35260-8_8

                     Chen, X., Wang, K., & Chen, D. G. (2020). Cusp catastrophe regression analysis
                     of testosterone in bifurcating the age-related changes in PSA, a biomarker for
                     prostate cancer. In X. Chen & D. G. Chen (Eds.), Statistical methods for global health and
                     epidemiology (pp. 353-372). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-35260-
                     8_15

                     Chiang, J., Ng, H. K., Tsai, T. R., Lio, Y., & Chen, D. G. (2019). A survey of control
                     charts for simple linear profiles autocorrelation use. In L. Lio, H. K. Ng, T. R. Tsai,
                     & D. G. Chen (Eds.), Statistical quality technologies: Theory and practice (pp. 109-126).
                     Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-20709-0_5

                     Chiang, J., Ng, H. K., Tsai, T. R., Lio, Y., & Chen, D. G. (2019). Economical sampling
                     plans with warranty. In L. Lio, H. K. Ng, T. R. Tsai, & D. G. Chen (Eds.), Statistical
                     quality technologies: Theory and practice (pp. 211-230). Springer. https://doi.
                     org/10.1007/978-3-030-20709-0_9

                     EDITED BOOKS
                     Chen, X., & Chen, D. G. (Eds.). (2020). Statistical methods in global health
                     and epidemiology: Principles, methods, and applications. Springer. https://doi.
                     org/10.1007/978-3-030-35260-8

                     Lio, Y., Ng, H. K., Tsai, T., & Chen, D. G. (Eds.). (2019). Special quality technologies:
                     Theory and practice. Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-20709-0

                     Ting, N., Cappelleri, J., Ho, S., & Chen, D. G. (Eds.). (2020). Design and analysis of
                     subgroups with biopharmaceutical applications. Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-
                     3-030-40105-4

                     Zhang, L., Chen, D. G., Jiang, H., Li, G., & Quan, H. (Eds.). (2019). Contemporary
                     biostatistics with biopharmaceutical applications. Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-
                     3-030-15310-6

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                     Zhao, Y., & Chen, D. G. (Eds.). (2020). Statistical modelling in biomedical research.
                     Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-33416-1

                     EXTERNAL FUNDING
                     Reducing Recidivism and Improving Outcomes among Probationers with Mental Illnesses:
                     Combining Mental Health Probation with Supported Employment. (G. Cuddeback, PI). U.S.
                     Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, #2019-MO-BX-0022. ($740,693).
                     Role: Co-Investigator. (10/2019-9/2022).

                     Assessing the Reliability and Validity of the North Carolina Department of Public Safety Risk
                     and Needs Assessment for Offenders. (G. Cuddeback, PI). North Carolina Department of
                     Public Safety. ($149,334). Role: Co-Investigator. (1/2021-12/2021).

                     Family First Prevention Services Evaluation. (D. Ansong, PI). Illinois Department of
                     Children and Family Services, #1005709016. ($149,334). Role: Co-Investigator/
                     Biostatistician. 7/2020-6/2021.

                     Illinois Birth Through Three (IB3) Waiver Evaluation. (D. Ansong, PI). Illinois
                     Department of Children and Family Services, #1005709016. ($1,071,692). Role: Co-
                     Investigator/Biostatistician. 7/2018-6/2020.

                     Implicit Internalized Stigma: Measuring and Examining a Determinant of Mental Health
                     Disparities for Sexual Minorities. (W. Hall, PI). National Institute on Minority Health
                     and Health Disparities, #1R21Md012687. ($422,799). Role: Co-Investigator/
                     Biostatistician. 8/2018-3/2020.

                     Improving Mental Health Services for Prisoners with Mental Illness. (J. Wilson, PI).
                     National Institute of Mental Health, #1R34MH111855. ($1,063,042). Role: Co-
                     Investigator/Biostatistician. 12/2017-2/2020.

                     Specialty Mental Health Probation: A Randomized Controlled Trial. (NC Department
                     of Public Safety, Parent PI). Bureau of Justice Assistance (#2015-SM-BX-0004)
                     through a sub-contract with the North Carolina Department of Public Safety (G.
                     Cuddeback, sub-contract PI). ($670,000). Role: Co-Investigator/Biostatistician.
                     8/2016-12/2019.

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                     Gina A. N. Chowa
                     Johnson-Howard-Adair Distinguished Professor
                     Associate Dean for Global Engagement
                     Director, Global Social Development Innovations

                     ARTICLES
                     Ansong, D., Chowa, G., Masa, R., Despard, M., Sherraden, M., Wu, S., & Osei-Akoto,
                     I. (2019). Effects of youth savings accounts on school attendance and academic
                     performance: Evidence from a youth savings experiment. Journal of Family and
                     Economic Issues, 40(2), 269-281. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10834-018-9604-5

                     Ansong, D., Eisensmith, S. R., Okumu, M., & Chowa, G. (2019). The importance of
                     self-efficacy and educational aspirations for academic achievement in resource-
                     limited countries: Evidence from Ghana. Journal of Adolescence, 70, 13-23. https://doi.
                     org/10.1016/j.adolescence.2018.11.003

                     Chowa, G. (2019). The next frontier for social development: Deepening our
                     understanding, discovering new solutions, and forging ahead. Global Social Welfare,
                     6(1), 1-3. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40609-019-00145-4

                     Chowa, G., & Masa, R. (2019). Asset ownership and academic achievement of youth
                     in Ghana: Examining association based on asset type and academic subject. The
                     Educational Forum, 83(2), 181-198. https://doi.org/10.1080/00131725.2019.1570578

                     Elliott, W., Chowa, G., Ellis, J., Chen, Z., & O’Brien, M. (2019). Combining children’s
                     savings account programs with scholarship programs: Effects on math and reading
                     scores. Children Youth and Services Review, 102, 7-17. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.
                     childyouth.2019.04.024

                     Gichane, W. M., Mutesa, M., & Chowa, G. (2019). Translating evidence into policy
                     change: Advocacy for community-based distribution of injectable contraceptives in
                     Zambia. Global Social Welfare, 6(1), 41-47. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40609-018-0115-y

                     Masa, R., Bates, C., & Chowa, G. (2020). Direct and indirect associations
                     of food insecurity, adolescent-parent relationship, and adolescent future
                     orientation. Journal of Family Issues. Advance online publication. https://doi.
                     org/10.1177/0192513X20942807

                     Masa, R., & Chowa, G. (2019). Correlates of animal source food consumption and its
                     association with psychosocial functioning of adults in rural Uganda. Food Security,
                     11(3), 665-667. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12571-019-00924-z

                     Masa, R., & Chowa, G. (2019). The association of material hardship with perceived
                     stress and medication adherence among people living with HIV in rural Zambia.
                     Global Social Welfare, 6(1), 17-28. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40609-018-0122-z

                     Masa, R., & Chowa, G. (2020). Household food insecurity and educational outcomes
                     in school-going adolescents in Ghana. Public Health Nutrition. Advance online
                     publication. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1368980020001974

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                     Masa, R., Chowa, G., & Sherraden, M. (2020). An evaluation of a school-based
                     savings program and its effect on sexual risk behaviors and victimization
                     among young Ghanaians. Youth & Society, 52(7), 1083-1106. https://doi.
                     org/10.1177/0044118X18824730

                     Masa, R., Graham, L., Khan, Z., Chowa, G., & Patel, L. (2019). Food insecurity, sexual
                     risk taking, and sexual victimization in Ghanaian adolescents and young South
                     African adults. International Journal of Public Health, 64(2), 153-163. https://doi.
                     org/10.1007/s00038-018-1155-x

                     Masa, R., Khan, Z., & Chowa, G. (2020). Youth food insecurity in Ghana and
                     South Africa: Prevalence, socioeconomic correlates, and moderation effect of
                     gender. Children and Youth Services Review, 116, 105180. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.
                     childyouth.2020.105180

                     Patel, L., Graham, L., & Chowa, G. (2020). Evidence of non-economic indicators as
                     markers of success for youth in youth employability program: Insights from a South
                     Africa study. Children and Youth Service Review, 118, 105404. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.
                     childyouth.2020.105404

                     EXTERNAL FUNDING
                     USAID Youth Monitoring and Evaluation Services Indefinite Delivery Indefinite
                     Quantity (IDIQ). USAID Bureau for Policy, Planning, and Learning ($650,000,000
                     ceiling) through a sub-contract with Making Cents International (G.
                     Chowa, sub-contract PI). (UNC sub-contract amount: TBD). Role: Principal
                     Investigator. 7/2020-7/2025.

                     YouthPower2 Learning and Evaluation. United States Agency for International
                     Development. ($25,000,000; #7200AA19M00018) through a sub-contract with
                     Making Cents International (G. Chowa, sub-contract PI). (UNC subcontract amount:
                     TBD). Role: Principal Investigator. 6/2020-5/2023.

                     Siyakha: Pathways to Youth Assets and Employability in South Africa. (G. Chowa & L.
                     Patel, M-PIs). Ford Foundation. ($350,000). Role: M-Principal Investigator. 1/2014-
                     8/2019.

                     REPORTS
                     Chowa, G., Masa, R., Manzanares, M., Bilotta, N., & Barrington, C. (2021). A systematic
                     literature review of Positive Youth Development impacts on marginalized and vulnerable
                     youth. USAID. https://www.youthpower.org/resources/systematic-literature-review-
                     positive-youth-development-impacts-marginalized-and-vulnerable-youth

                     Graham, L., Patel, L., Chowa, G., Khan, Z., Masa, R., Mthembu, S., & Williams, L.
                     (2019). Siyakha Youth Assets study: Developing youth assets for employability. University
                     of Johannesburg, Centre for Social Development in Africa. https://doi.org/10.13140/
                     RG.2.2.23046.11847

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                     Gary Cuddeback
                     Berg-Beach Distinguished Professor
                     Research Fellow, Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research

                     ARTICLES
                     Blank Wilson, A., Mahadevan, T., Villodas, M., Rodriguez, M., Baillard, A., &
                     Cuddeback, G. S. (2020). Tiny homes are huge for people living with serious mental
                     illness. Research on Social Work Practice. Advance online publication. https://doi.
                     org/10.1177/1049731520961448

                     Cuddeback, G. S., Simpson, J., & Wu, J. (2020). A comprehensive literature review of
                     forensic assertive community treatment (FACT): Directions for practice, policy and
                     research. International Journal of Mental Health, 49(2), 106-127. https://doi.org/10.108
                     0/00207411.2020.1717054

                     Cuddeback, G. S. (2019). Jails and prisons: Caring for those with complex needs.
                     North Carolina Medical Journal, 80(6), 357-358. https://doi.org/10.18043/ncm.80.6.357

                     Cuddeback, G. S., Grady, M., Blank Wilson, A., Van Deinse, T. B., & Morrissey, J.
                     P. (2019). Persons with severe mental illnesses and sex offenses: Recidivism after
                     prison release. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology,
                     63(12), 2157-2170. https://doi.org/10.1177/0306624x19842994

                     Domino, M. E., Gertner, A., Grabert, B., Cuddeback, G. S., Childers, T., & Morrissey, J.
                     P. (2019). Do timely mental health services reduce recidivism among prison releasees
                     with severe mental illness? Health Services Research, 54(3), 592-602. https://doi.
                     org/10.1111/1475-6773.13128

                     Domino, M. E., Norton, E. C., Yoon, J., Cuddeback, G. S., & Morrissey, J. P. (2020).
                     Putting providers at-risk through capitation or shared savings: How strong are
                     incentives for upcoding and treatment changes? The Journal of Mental Health Policy
                     and Economics, 23(3), 81-91. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32853157/

                     Gertner, A., Morrissey, J. P., Grabert, B., Cuddeback, G. S., & Domino, M. E. (2019).
                     The effect of expedited Medicaid on substance use treatment utilization among
                     released prisoners with severe mental illness. Journal of Substance Use Treatment, 99,
                     9-15. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsat.2019.01.010

                     Ghezzi, M., Van Deinse, T. B., Crable, E. L., Buck, K., Brewer, M., Brown, S., Sullivan,
                     N., & Cuddeback, G. (2020). Adapting a clinical case consultation model to enhance
                     capacity of specialty mental health probation officers. Perspectives: The Journal of the
                     American Probation and Parole Association, 44(2), 40-49. https://www.appa-net.org/
                     eWeb/docs/APPA/pubs/Perspectives/Perspectives_V44_N2/#page=40

                     Hunt, M. G., Cuddeback, G. S., Bromley, E., Bradford, D. W., & Hoff. R. A. (2019).
                     Changing rates of mental health disorders among Veterans treated in the VHA during
                     troop drawdown, 2007-2013. Community Mental Health Journal, 55(7), 1120-1124.
                     https://doi.org/10.1007/s10597-019-00437-1

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                     Longmate, C., Lowder, E., Givens, A., Van Deinse, T. B., Ghezzi, M., Burgin, S. E.,
                     & Cuddeback, G. S. (2020). Social support among people with mental illnesses on
                     probation. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal. Advance online publication. https://doi.
                     org/10.1037/prj0000428

                     Pecukonis, E., Keefe, R. H., Copeland, V. C., Cuddeback, G. S., Friedman, M. S., &
                     Albert, S. M. (2019). Educating the next generation of public health social work
                     leaders: Findings from a two-day summit. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 39(2),
                     132-147. https://doi.org/10.1080/08841233.2019.1586809

                     Perez Jolles, M., Givens, A. G., Lombardi, B. M., & Cuddeback, G. S. (2019). Welfare
                     caseworkers’ perceived responsibility for the behavioral needs of children: A national
                     profile. Children and Youth Services Review, 98, 80-84. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.
                     childyouth.2018.12.023

                     Scanlon, F., Schatz, D., Scheidell, J., Cuddeback, G. S., Frueh, B. C., & Khan,
                     M. (2019). National study of childhood traumatic events and criminal justice
                     involvement: Evaluating the protective role of social support from mentors during
                     adolescence. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 80(5), e1-e9. https://doi.org/10.4088/
                     jcp.18m12347

                     Smith, M. J., Mitchell, J. A., Blajeski, S., Parham, B., Harrington, M. M., Ross, B.,
                     Sinco, B., Brydon, D. M., Johnson, J. E., Cuddeback, G. S., Smith, J. D., Jordan, N., Bell,
                     M. D., McGeorge, R., Kaminski, K., Suganuma, A., & Kubiak, S. P. (2020). Enhancing
                     vocational training in corrections: A type 1 hybrid randomized controlled trial
                     protocol for evaluating virtual reality job interview training among returning citizens
                     preparing for community re-entry. Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications, 19,
                     100604. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.conctc.2020.100604

                     Tomar, N., Brinkley-Rubinstein, L., Ghezzi, M. A., Van Deinse, T. B., Burgin, S. E.,
                     & Cuddeback, G. S. (2020). Internalized stigma among probationers with serious
                     mental illnesses. International Journal of Mental Health, 49(2), 201-211. https://doi.org/
                     10.1080/00207411.2019.1703358

                     Tomar, N., Ghezzi, M., Blank Wilson, A., & Cuddeback, G. S. (2020). Demographic
                     and clinical characteristics of consumers who transition from assertive community
                     treatment to less intensive services. Social Work in Mental Health, 18(4), 398-409.
                     https://doi.org/10.1080/15332985.2020.1769002

                     Van Deinse, T. B., Bunger, A., Burgin, S. E., Blank Wilson, A., & Cuddeback, G. S.
                     (2019). Using the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research to examine
                     implementation determinants of specialty mental health probation. Health & Justice,
                     7(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s40352-019-0098-5

                     Van Deinse, T. B., Crable, E. L., Dunn, C., Weis, J., & Cuddeback, G. S. (2020).
                     Probation officers’ and supervisors’ perspectives on critical resources for
                     implementing specialty mental health probation. Administration and Policy in Mental
                     Health and Mental Health Services Research. Advance online publication. https://doi.
                     org/10.1007/s10488-020-01081-8

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                     Van Deinse, T. B., Cuddeback, G. S., Ghezzi, M., Crable, E. L., Buck, K., Brewer, M.,
                     Brown, S., & Sullivan, N. (2020). It’s not just what, it’s how: Using implementation
                     science to advance specialized mental health probation approaches. Perspectives: The
                     Journal of the American Probation and Parole Association, 44(2), 50-59. https://www.
                     appa-net.org/eWeb/docs/APPA/pubs/Perspectives/Perspectives_V44_N2/#page=51

                     Van Deinse, T. B., Blank Wilson, A., Edwards, D., & Cuddeback, G. S. (2020). Variation
                     in criminogenic risks by mental health symptom severity: Implications for mental
                     health services and research. Psychiatric Quarterly. Advance online publication.
                     https://doi.org/10.1007/s11126-020-09782-x

                     BOOK CHAPTERS
                     Cuddeback, G. S., Lowder, E. M., & Mayo, J. P. (2019). Mental health courts. In R.
                     D. Morgan (Ed.), The SAGE encyclopedia of criminal psychology (pp. 555-560). Sage.
                     https://doi.org/10.4135/9781483392240.n277

                     EXTERNAL FUNDING
                     HomeLink: Services and Housing Stability for Justice-Involved Persons with Serious and
                     Persistent Mental Illnesses. (T. Mahadevin, PI). Substance Abuse and Mental Health
                     Services Administration, #1H79SM080750. ($2,500,000). Role: Evaluator. 10/2018-
                     9/2023.

                     North Carolina Victims of Crime Needs Assessment. (T. Van Deinse, PI). North Carolina
                     Governor’s Crime Commission. ($268,317). Role: Co-Investigator. 3/2021-7/2022.

                     Establishing the Current State of Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Implementation
                     in the U.S. (L. Moser, PI). Laura and John Arnold Foundation. ($479,388). Role: Co-
                     Investigator. 10/2019-9/2022.

                     Reducing Recidivism and Improving Outcomes Among Probationers with Mental Illnesses:
                     Combining Mental Health Probation with Supported Employment. (G. Cuddeback,
                     PI). Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice, #2019-MO-BX-0022.
                     ($740,693). Role: Principal Investigator. 9/2019-8/2022.

                     Re-Assessing the Reliability and Validity of the North Carolina Department of Public
                     Safety’s Risk and Needs Assessment for Offenders. (G. Cuddeback, PI). North Carolina
                     Department of Public Safety. ($149,443). Role: Principal Investigator. 1/2021-
                     12/2021.

                     Durham County Integrated Reentry. (Durham County Government, Parent PI). Bureau
                     of Justice Assistance ($749,771; #2018-RW-BX-008) through a sub-contract with
                     the Criminal Justice Resource Center of Durham County (T. Van Deinse, sub-contract
                     PI). ($133,000). Role: Co-Investigator. 10/2018-0/2021.

                     North Carolina Predictive Analytics Supervision Effort. (F. Taxman, Parent PI). Bureau
                     of Justice Assistance ($748,115; #2017-SM-BX-0006) through a sub-contract with
                     the North Carolina Department of Public Safety (T. Van Deinse, sub-contract PI).
                     ($104,864). Role: Co-Investigator. 10/2017-9/2021.

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                     Innovative Models for Serving Homeless Individuals with Severe Mental Illnesses. (G.
                     Cuddeback, PI). University of California, Los Angeles. ($44,497). Role: Principal
                     Investigator. 1/2019-12/2020.

                     National Survey of Probation and Mental Health. (T. Van Denise, PI). Pew Charitable
                     Trusts. ($149,257). Role: Co-Investigator. 12/2019-3/2020.

                     Improving Mental Health Services for Prisoners with Serious Mental Illnesses. (A. Blank
                     Wilson, PI). National Institute of Mental Health, #R34MH111855. ($665,000). Role:
                     Co-Investigator. 4/2017-3/2021.

                     Defining the Core Components of Specialty Mental Health Probation. (T. Van Deinse, PI).
                     Fahs-Beck Fund for Research and Experimentation Faculty/Post-Doctoral Grant
                     Program. ($18,884). Role: Co-Investigator. 7/2018-6/2019.

                     Implementation and Dissemination of the Risk Needs Responsivity Simulation Tool. (T.
                     Van Deinse, PI). North Carolina Department of Public Safety. ($77,000). Role: Co-
                     Investigator. 2017-2019.

                     The Use of Restricted Housing in Jails and Prisons. (L. Digard, Parent PI). National
                     Institute of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice (#2016-IJ-
                     CX-0016) through a sub-contract with Vera Institute (G. Cuddeback, sub-contract
                     PI). ($349,998). Role: Principal Investigator. 1/2017-12/2019.

                     Specialty Mental Health Probation: A Randomized Controlled Trial. (North Carolina
                     Department of Public Safety, Parent PI). Bureau of Justice Assistance GMS Award
                     (#2015-SM-BX-004) through a sub-contract with the North Carolina Department
                     of Public Safety (G. Cuddeback, sub-contract PI). ($670,000). Role: Principal
                     Investigator. 8/2016-12/2019.

                     Evaluation of a Primary Care and Behavioral Health Care Integration Project. (A. Hall, PI).
                     Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. ($1,200,000). Role:
                     Evaluator. 10/2014-9/2019.

                     Allison De Marco
                     Advanced Research Scientist, Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute
                     Equity Lead, Jordan Institute for Families
                     Adjunct Faculty

                     ARTICLES
                     De Marco, A. C., & Kretzschmar, J. (2019). The impact of cocurricular community
                     service on student learning and perceptions of poverty and homelessness. Journal of
                     Poverty, 23(1), 21-43. https://doi.org/10.1080/10875549.2018.1496376

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