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Jan Ivery, Ph.D.


Assistant Professor

Phone: 404-413-1054
In Person: 1246 Urban Life

B.A., Indiana University of Pennsylvania
M.S.W., University of Pittsburgh
Ph.D., Virginia Commonwealth University


Primary research interests include collaborative partnerships, HIV/AIDS, community organization and development, and capacity building.


Ivery, J.M.(2005) Collaborative partnerships: The methodological challenges of assessing the process. (under review).
Corcoran, J. & Ivery, J. (2004). Parent and child attributions for child behavior: Distinguishing factors for engagement and outcome. Families in Society, 85, 101-106.
Silvestre, A.J., Arrowood, S.H., Ivery, J.M., & Barksdale, S.J. (2002). HIV-prevention capacity building in gay, racial, and ethnic minority communities in small cities and towns. Health and Social Work, 27, p. 61-67.

SW 3330 Human Behavior in the Social Environment, Part I
SW 3340 Human Behavior in the Social Environment, Part II

National Association of Social Workers
Association for Community Organization and Social Administration
Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action