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Helm, Kreinbrink Honored at College Award Ceremony

At this year’s 2017 Field Education Appreciation Breakfast, Linda Helm, MSW, PhD, LISW-S, ACSW, was selected as Field Liaison of the Year. Helm serves as the college’s program manager for the University Partnership Title IV-E Child Welfare Training Program. She was nominated by Morgan Johnson and Sarah McGee.

Additionally, Jenny Kreinbrink, MSW, LSW, was selected as Co-Instructor of the Year. Jenny serves as a field coordinator at the college. She was nominated by Elizabeth Fries.

 

 

Kelley Cupp Named Staff Member of the Year
Kelley Cupp is this year’s recipient of the Dianna Barrett Outstanding Staff Member Award, which recognizes staff members who have displayed exemplary service to the college, its students and faculty. Candidates for the award are nominated by college faculty or staff, and the recipient is determined by the dean.  As an educational technologist, Kelley has had a very important role in the development of the college’s highly successful online curriculum. She has been key in helping our online instruction reach such a high level of excellence.

 

Yoon Receives Honorable Mention for SSWR Dissertation
Dr. Susan Yoon’s dissertation earned Honorable Mention from the Society for Social Work and Research. Her dissertation is entitled “Fostering Resilient Development: Risk and Protective Factors Underlying Behavioral Trajectories of Maltreated Children.” To learn more about Yoon, click here.

Congratulations to Dr. Sharvari Karandikar who received The Ohio State University’s Outstanding Advisor Award from the Office of Student Life. Karandikar was honored with this award in acknowledgement of her exceptional leadership for Sankalpa, a registered Ohio State student organization. She has gone above and beyond her duties as an advisor and has helped facilitate growth and development in the group’s members.

At the college, Karandikar serves as an associate professor. She began her career practicing as a social worker for sex workers and victims of sex trafficking in Mumbai, India. During her PhD program in Social Work at University of Utah, and through her work at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) in Mumbai and later at the Ohio State University, she has focused her research efforts on issues related to the female sex workers and victims of sex trafficking particularly on gender-based violence, health and mental health issues. Karandikar’s current research relates to sex work and sex trafficking in Asia, egg donation, international gestational surrogacy, medical tourism and its impact on women.

For more information about Karandikar, click here.