As the Western Kansas MSW Program Director, Christina is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the outreach graduate programs in Hays and Garden City, Kansas, by recruiting prospective students, adjunct instructors and field practicum sites; providing guidance and advising for students and field sites; and managing necessary program details to ensure classroom details are arranged.
Intimate partner violence, at-risk youth, community practice, nonprofit development and management, program development and evaluation, leadership development, collaboration building and conflict resolution, grant writing, strategic planning.
Ph.D., The Ohio State University
Academic Success Coach at the KU Edwards Campus in Overland Park, KS. She is responsible for the recruitment and academic advisement of students interested in and currently pursuing the B.S.W. and the M.S.W. at the KU Edwards Campus.
Educational standards of field education and cohesive School and community partnerships, participatory budgetary decisions and policymaking, dementia care and public health in aging populations
M.S.W., University of Kansas
Kim Warren is a historian of race and gender, social reform, education, civil, human, and women's rights. She conducts research and teaching in areas of African Diasporas, Native American studies, and feminist studies. Professor Warren earned a bachelor's degree in American Studies from Yale University; and an MA and PhD in History from Stanford University. At KU, she is affiliated faculty with Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies, African and African-American Studies, Indigenous Studies, and has recently held the Danish Distinguished Chair in American Studies at the University of Southern Denmark.
Ph.D. in History, Stanford University