Faculty

Yu-Ling Chang

Yu-Ling ChangAssistant Professor Yu-Ling Chang's research examines the relationships among poverty, inequality and social safety net programs.

Emmeline Chuang

Emmeline ChuangAssociate Professor and Mack Distinguished Professor Emmeline Chuang's research focuses on how health and human service organizations can improve service access and well-being of underserved populations.

Valerie Shapiro

Valerie ShapiroAssociate Professor Valerie Shapiro examines the prevention of mental, emotional, and behavioral problems in children and youth through the adoption, implementation, and sustainability of effective prevention practices.

Eveline Chang

Eveline ChangLecturer Eveline Chang has spent over 25 years developing and managing community programs rooted in social justice, activism, multicultural leadership development, self-determination, and community wellness.

Erin M. Kerrison

Erin KerrisonAssistant Professor Erin M. Kerrison's work extends from a legal epidemiological framework, wherein law and legal institutions operate as social determinants of health.

Anu Manchikanti Gómez

Anu Manchikanti GomezAssociate Professor Anu Manchikanti Gómez ​is director of the Sexual Health and Reproductive Equity program (SHARE). A health equity researcher, her work focuses on reproduction and sexuality throughout the life course.

Paula Smith Arrigoni

Paula Smith ArrigoniCommunity lecturer Paula Smith Arrigoni specializes in community development finance, youth development, arts management, community clinics, domestic violence service organizations, and film and media.

Christine Scudder

Christine Scudder,Christine Scudder (MSW, LCSW, PPSC) has over 20 years of social work experience in micro, mezzo and macro levels of practice

Susan Stone

Susan StoneCatherine Mary and Eileen Clare Hutto Professor of Social Services in Public Education Susan Stone is a leading authority on social work in education and its impact on the academic progress of vulnerable youth.

Robert Ayasse

Robert AyasseField consultant and Lecturer Robert Ayasse has extensive experience in developing school-based collaborative efforts for helping vulnerable children and families, particularly school support services for foster children.