Sharon Milligan is an Associate Professor of Social Work, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Chair of the Master of Science in Social Administration (MSSA) and Master in Nonprofit Management Organizations (MNO) programs at the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio., U.S.A. At the Mandel School, she is also Associate Director of the Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development.Dr. Milligan teaches graduate courses in community development, social welfare policy and research methodology. Dr. Milligan directed a study to uncover technology for evaluating conditions and assets in low-income communities. She directed several funded research projects focusing on health and minorities.A contributor of scholarly articles to professional literature, Dr. Milligan’s publications appear in Women and Health, The New England Journal of Medicine, Controlled Clinical Trials, Social Work in Health Care, The Gerontologist, Ethnicity and Disease, Community Mental Health Journal and Arthritis Care and Research. Read full biosketch.
NEO CANDO, Northeast Ohio Community and Neighborhood Data for Organizing, is a free and publicly accessible social and economic data system of the Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development
Milligan, S. (2010). The Joint Degree in Social Work and Business Administration at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A.: A Case Study. Social Welfare Research Bulletin. Special Issue, 3(21), 57–69.
On April 15, hundreds of researchers, scientists and scholars will gather in Case Western Reserve’s Veale Convocation Center for the annual Research ShowCASE, a day filled with exploration and discovery of the university’s exciting research. Check out the full list of Mandel School presenters below, including many faculty members, students and researchers
Faculty (highlighted), Research Staff, and Doctoral Students (bold):
2. Dalhee Yoon, Paul Tuschman, Mark, I. Singer, Margaret Baughman-Sladky, Michael C. Gearhart: “Case Study: Staff Perspectives on the use of Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) in Drug Courts Serving Opioid-Addicted Clients”
3. Dalhee Yoon, David S. Crampton, Susan Yoon, Sarah K. Bearman: “Assessing the Impact of Family Participation on Team Decisionmaking”
Case Western Reserve’s Research ShowCASE on Friday, April 17, in the Veale Convocation Center brings together hundreds of researchers, scientists and scholars for a day of discovery, collaboration and community. Check out the list of presentations by Mandel School faculty, students and researchers, make a note to stop by the Begun Center’s booth at the event, and be sure to download the app to help you navigate the event!
Faculty, Research Staff and Doctoral Students
+ Jane Timmons-Mitchell, Laura Overman, Lacey Caporale, Rachel Lovell and Christopher Stormann: Wraparound Fidelity Monitoring: Using Process to Improve Outcomes in the Child Welfare System
+ Michael Gearhart, Mark Singer, Margaret Baughman-Sladky and Lacy Caporale: Predictors of Health in an Opiate Drug Court: Gender, Parental Status, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse
+ Cyleste C. Collins, Emily Miller, Robert Fischer and Renata Brown: Cleveland Botanical Garden Green Corps Evaluation
+ Youngsam Oh: The Relationships between Psychological Distress and General Health Information Seeking and Online Health Information Seeking
+ Abigail Dwornik (BA Major: Psychology): Co-Occurring Substance Use Disorders and Mental Illnesses in Incarcerated Populations and Effects on Recidivism: A Literature Review
+ Imani Scruggs (BA Major: Psychology; 3+2 MSSA Student: Direct Practice in Children, Youth and Families with a focus on Community Practice for Social Change): Forming Black Adolescent Identity: A Review
+ Elizabeth Stotter (BA Major: Psychology; 3+2 MSSA Student: Direct Practice with Children, Youth and Families): Approaching Resilience: Supporting Children Living in Low-Income and Poverty
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