Domestic Violence Training
- Approximately 20 students
recruited and graduated from program since 1997.
- Students completed
independent studies and submitted final papers on
aspects of domestic violence.
- Students and project staff
attended a series of seminars and conferences on
domestic and family violence.
- Five students received the
Duluth Model training that was funded by the DC
- Surveys conducted to
determine how prepared second year students and
professional social workers were to work with
victims and perpetrators of domestic violence.
- Several major conferences
were sponsored to disseminate information on
domestic violence to over 600 attendees
representing the field of social work and
community mental health.
- An annotated bibliography
on domestic violence was developed to infuse
domestic violence content in specific courses of
study taught in the School of Social Work.
- Project investigators
presented at conferences, served on task forces
and committees, and provided consultation for
research design related to domestic violence.
- Staff and students of the
project attended and presented at the Grantees.
Meetings for the Historically Black, Hispanic-Serving,
and Tribal Colleges and Universities Grant
sponsored by the Family violence Prevention &
Services Program, Administration for Children