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BARI CORNET is field education consultant and lecturer emerita at the School of Social Welfare.

JEWELLE TAYLOR GIBBS is professor emerita at the School of Social Welfare as well as a clinical psychologist and noted writer. She is also the first African American professor appointed to an endowed chair in the University of California.

BART GROSSMAN is fieldwork director emeritus at the School of Social Welfare. His research focuses on fieldwork and social work education.

RAFAEL HERRERA is director of admissions and fieldwork consultant emeritus at the School of Social Welfare. His work considers mental health within the Latino community and the delivery of health services in crisis and disaster.

RALPH KRAMER is professor emeritus at the School of Social Welfare. His research focuses on nonprofit organizations and the welfare state.

PETER MANOLEAS is fieldwork consultant and lecturer emeritus at the School of Social Welfare. His research focuses on community behavioral health and disparity reduction strategies.

MARY ANN MASON is professor emerita at the School of Social Welfare and professor and co-director of Berkeley Law's Center, Economics and Family Security. She is considered a national expert on policies relating to families and children, especially custody and women's issues. 

LORRAINE MIDANIK is dean and professor emerita of the School of Social Welfare. Her research focuses on the biomedicalization of social problems, research methodology, health policy, alcohol and drug policy and the epidemiology of alcohol and drug use.

HENRY MILLER is professor emeritus at the School of Social Welfare. HIs research focuses on unemployment and poverty and their relation to disaffiliation in American society.

LEONARD MILLER is professor emeritus at the School of Social Welfare. His research interests include development, public finance, education and econometrics.

ROBERT PRUGER is professor emeritus at the School of Social Welfare. His research focuses on social policy analysis, organization theory and efficiency in social services.

WILLIAM MCKINLEY RUNYAN is professor emeritus at the School of Social Welfare. His research focuses on the intersections of history, psychology and psychobiography with social work.

PAUL TERRELL is lecturer and coordinator of academic programs emeritus at the School of Social Welfare. His research focuses on the financing and organization of social welfare programs as well as voluntary sector relationships and contracting.

YU-WEN YING is professor emerita at the School of Social Welfare. Her research considers family and mental health and their relationship to culture and immigration.