Associate Professor Paul Sterzing’s research focuses on polyvictimization, bullying victimization, and the links between familial and extrafamilial forms of victimization among sexual and gender minority youth and other vulnerable adolescent populations.
Professor Kurt Organista studies psychosocial problems within Chicanx and Latinx communities, cognitive behavioral therapy, depression in Latinx, and HIV prevention with Mexican migrant laborers/Latinx.
Professor of the Graduate School Eileen Gambrill's research focuses on professional ethics and education; evidence-based practice; professional decision making; social learning theory; evaluation; and social skills training.
Professor of the Graduate School Michael J. Austin is a leading contributor to the field of social service management. He focuses on nonprofit and public sector management, organizational change and policy implementation.
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.
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.
Bart Grossman is fieldwork director emeritus at the School of Social Welfare. An expert in social work and field education, Grossman’s research interests also include child welfare and human service organizations.