IU School of Social Work is headquartered on the IUPUI campus with locations on 8 IU Campuses. The school also has the Department of Labor Studies
*Boys, S., Hagan, C., & Quiring, S. Q. (2013, July). Law and social work: How collaboration can better serve students and clients. Presentation at the XXXIII International Congress on Law and Mental Health, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Brandon-Friedman, R. A. (2014, May). A consideration of the dialectic between two epistemological understandings of sexuality and the implications for social work practice. Paper presented at the 4th International Conference on Sociology and Social Work,Los Angeles, CA.
Brown, J. (2010, April). Parents understanding of the discovery, reporting, and aftermath of middle school bullying: An interpretive account. Poster presented at the 2010 Society of Adolescent Medicine Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada.
Dhaske, G. (2012, January). The rise of urban middle class: A critical look. Paper presented at the National Seminar on Contested Cities: Voices of the Margins, Pune, India.
Dhaske, G. (2012, February). The dynamics of gender intersectionality and the changing political representation of women within the constitutional democratic structure in India. Abstract accepted for presentation at the 40th World Congress of the International Institute of Sociology, New Delhi, India.
Dhaske, G. (2012, March). The urban middle class and the consumer citizenship identity: A case of exclusionary demographic transition. Presentation at the National Seminar on Demographic Transition and Inclusive Development, Kolkata, India.
Dhaske, G. (2013, August). Pathways of global cultural integration and economic determinism among Asian societies: Ethical underpinnings, the ontological assumptions and epistemological diversity within the emerging political economies. Abstract accepted for presentation at the 17th World Congress of the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, Manchester, England, United Kingdom.
Dhaske, G. (2013, September). Women’s participation in local self-governance in India. Panel presentation at the National Seminar on Women Reservation and Local Self Government, Anand School of Social Work, Anand, Gujarat, India.
Dhaske, G. (2014, May). The translational utility of Heideggerian phenomenology: Insights from a social work study. Presentation at the 10th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana-Champaign, IL.
Dhaske, G. (2014, July). The politico religious co-production of symbolic system around health problems of women: Ethnographic insights about the issue of matting of hair among women in India. Abstract accepted for presentation at theLOVA International Conference on Ethnographies of Gender and the Body, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Gentle-Genitty, C. (October, 2012). Defining truancy for the US. Presentation at the 102nd Annual Conference of the International Association of Truancy & Dropout Prevention, New Orleans, LA.
Gentle-Genitty, C. (October, 2012). Social bonding and delinquent behaviors of juveniles. Presentation at the 102nd Annual Conference of the International Association of Truancy & Dropout Prevention, New Orleans, LA.
Gentle-Genitty, C. (October, 2013). M.O.P and civic education. Presentation at the Caricom Regional County Conference, Belize City, Belize.
*Gentle-Genitty, C., & Chen, H. (2013, April). A model for teaching theory application and evaluation in the social and behavioral sciences: S.A.L.T. Presentation at the Center for Scholastic Inquiry’s International Academic Research Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.
*Gentle-Genitty, C., & Kim, J. (October, 2013). Using PSSB assessment instrument to determine gaps in school programming. Presentation at the103rd Annual Conference of the International Association of Truancy and Dropout Prevention, Baltimore, MD.
*Gentle-Genitty, C., Kim, J., Hutcherson, A., Karikari, I., Dennis, S., & Griffin, D. (2015, June). Case study of extracurricular activities: A discussion of replication with community partners. Presentation at The Global Center for School Counseling Outcome Research Evaluation & Development, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.
*Gentle-Genitty, C., Kim, J., & Yi, E. (2015, October). School community partnership: Exploration of risk, protective, threat, and social bonding factors in 5 Caribbean Countries. Presentation at theInternational Truancy and Dropout Prevention 103rd Conference, Memphis, TN.
Gentle-Genitty, C., & Nichter, S. (October, 2013). M.O.P. discipline and common language decision making program. Presentation at the Caricom Regional County Conference, Belize City, Belize.
Kasi, E., & Dhaske, G. (2013, August). The changing nature of political economy and development in South Asian societies: Readings from the fields and its publics. Presentation at the IUAES 2013 World Congress: Evolving Humanity, Emerging Worlds, Manchester, England, United Kingdom.
Kim, J. & Kim, S. (2015, July). Interorganizational conflict: Do network governance and service coordination matter? Presentation at the 19th International Symposium of the International Consortium for Social Development, Singapore, China.
Khandare, L. K. (2015, June). Thematic presentation concept paper of conference. Presentation at the Conference on Critical Race Theory and Critical Dalit Studies: Understanding Segregation, Exclusion, Intersectionality, and Narratives of Struggles, Mumbai, India.
Kumbhar, R., & Dhaske, G. (2012, January). Information technology in higher education in India: Some critical challenges and the need of paradigm shift. Presentation at the National Conference on Advanced Techniques of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Kolhapur, India.
Lessy, Z. (2013, June). Significance of moral education in Islamic higher education. Presentation at the Asia Pacific Network for Moral Education (APNME) 8th Annual Conference, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
Lin, I-H. (2013, August). Gender and work in China since 1949. Presentation at the IUAES 2013 World Congress: Evolving Humanity, Emerging Worlds, Manchester, England, United Kingdom.
Lin, I-H. (2016, September). Online teaching strategies: The experience of teaching a graduate level course in Indiana University. Presentation at the Faculty Development Workshop: Teaching Excellence Series, Taipei, Taiwan.
*Luca Sugawara, C., Carlson, J., Makki Alamdari, S., & Vukoviæ-Èoviæ, S. (Upcoming; 2017, July). International service-learning in post-war Croatia: Capacity building for social work profession. Oral presentation at the 20th Biennale International Consortium for Social Development Symposium, Zagreb, Croatia.
Moore, M. A. (2014). From competition to well-being: The need for athletic social workers. Presentation at the International Sport and Society Conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Ramaiah, A. & Khandare, L. (2013). Dalits and African-Americans in 21st century learning from cross-cultural experience. Presentation for the Center for Study of Social Exclusion & Inclusive Policies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, India.
Schaefer, J. K. (2013, June). Child abuse prevention by home visitation in the USA. Oral presentation at Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt Programm, Eichstatt, Germany.
Schaefer, J. K. (2013, June). What makes an outstanding home visitor? Child abuse prevention by home visitors. Presentation at the Mit Eltern Lernen Auch unsere zweite Fachtagung [Parents as Teachers 2nd Symposium], Nurnberg, Germany.
Schaefer, J. K. (2013, July). What makes an outstanding home visitor? Presentation at the Staatsinstitut fur Fruhpadagogik Congress, Munich, Germany.
*Yi, E., Kim, J., Hutcherson, A., & Kim, H-W. (2015, June). College social capital and educational completion: A moderation effect of first-generation college status. Abstract accepted at the International Social Work Conference on Social Work and Social Justice, Seoul, Korea.