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Research, Scholarship, and Presentations

Co-author, Erum Agha, MSW Student – Class of 2016

Williams, L.D., Crayton, B., & Agha, E. (2014).  Baccalaureate Social Work. In T. Mizrahi and L. Davis (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Social Work. (21st .ed.). New York, NY: Oxford University and NASW Press - accepted          

Co-author, Andrae Banks, MSW, LCSW, Class of 2010, currently a doctoral student at Washington University George Warren Brown School of Social Work in St. Louis, MO

Williams, L., & Banks, A. (2013).  Examining the source of negative self-beliefs. In Bean, R. 2013. Clinical Awareness. California: Wiley Publishers.

Banks, A., & Williams. L. (2013). Experiencing poverty through large group role play. In Bean, R (2013). Clinical awareness. California: Wiley Publishers.

Co-author, Scott Elliott, MSW - Class of 2013)

Williams, L.D., & Elliott, S. (2013). Baccalaureate online journal. Online Oxford Bibliography, pp.1-20.

Undergraduate and Graduate Presentations

 Poster Presentation – The Effects of PTSD on Children and Spouses of Military Veterans

 BSW Students: Melissa Graf and Flemming Taylor

 Advisor: Dr. Blenda Crayton

 Annual Conference of the American Association of Behavioral Social Sciences

February 9-10th, 2015

 Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada

College of Behavioral and Social Sciences Poster Presentations

NCCU 2014 Graduate and Undergraduate Research Symposium – April 11-12th

First place graduate poster presentation:  Jessica Mohabir, MSW – Class of 2014

Military Deployment and the Well Being of Dependent Youth:  A Meta-Analysis

Drs. Blenda Crayton and Larry Williams

Second place graduate poster presentation: Ashley Cooke, MSW – Class of 2014

Contributing Factors to Sexual Activity among Adolescents Girls:  A Meta-Analysis

Advisor: Dr. Blenda Crayton

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