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Jan Ivery, Ph.D.

 

Assistant Professor

E-mail: jivery@gsu.edu
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

Interests:

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

Publications:

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.
COURSES TAUGHT

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

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