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REBECCA G. JUDD, Ph.D. Curriculum Vitae

Texas A&M University-Commerce Department of Social Work P.O. Box 3011 Commerce, TX 75429-30211 (903) 468-8190

Rebecca_Judd@tamu-commerce.edu

EDUCATION

Doctorate in Social Work, 2008, University of Texas at Arlington

Master’s of Social Work, 1996, University of Texas At Arlington

Bachelor’s of Social Work, 1990, East Texas State University, Commerce, Tx

ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE

2008 – Present

Assistant Professor Texas A&M University – Commerce Department of Social Work

2005-2008

Adjunct Instructor Texas A&M University – Commerce Department of Social Work


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CLINICAL/EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE 2008- Current

PRN Social Worker UHS of Texoma dba Reba McEntire Center for Rehabilitation 1200 Reba McEntire Lane Denison, TX 75020

1995-2008

Social Worker II Texoma Healthcare Systems dba Reba McEntire Center For Rehabilitation 1200 Reba McEntire Lane Denison, TX 75020

1993-1995

Social Worker/Admission Coordinator Care Inn Nursing & Rehabilitation Center 1300 Memorial Drive Denison, Tx 75020

1992-1993

Social Worker/Day Care Director Leonard Independent School District Teen Parenting and Pregnancy Program Leonard, TX

1990-1992

Social Worker Early Childhood Intervention Fannin County Bonham TX 75418


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MANUSCRIPTS IN PRINT Judd, R. & Sheffield. S. (2010). Hospital Social Work: Contemporary Roles and Professional Activities. Manuscript submitted for publication in Social Work in Health Care, 49 (9), 856-871. Judd, R. & Moore, B. (2010). (Contributors) Public and private programs that work in Aging in Poverty: A call to action. Supplement to Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services. Johnston, L., Moore, B., & Judd, R. (2010). Gay and lesbian household’s perception of their family functioning: Strengths and resiliency. Journal of GLBT Family Studies, 6(4), 315-325. Judd, R. & Moore, B. (2011).Aging in poverty: Making the case for comprehensive case management. Manuscript submitted for publication in Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 54 (1), 1-12. Doi: 10.1080/01634372.2011.58332 Judd, R. & Johnston, L. (2012) Ethical consequences of using social network sites for students in professional social work programs. Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics, 9 (1). Sawyer, C. & Judd, R.G. (2012). Therapists and Bikers Against Child Abuse (B.A.C.A.) Collaborate to Empower Abused Children. The Journal of Creativity in Mental Health. Judd, R. (2013). Social Justice: A shared paradigm for social work and religion? Journal of Religion & Spirituality in Social Work: Social thought, 32, 177-193 doi: 10.1080/15/26/132.2013.779187 INVITED BOOK CHAPTERS Judd, R.G. & Sheffield, S. (Jan 2014). Generalized and Specialized Hospitals, the Handbook of Social Work in Health and Aging, Oxford University Press Judd, R.G. & Stewart, C. (2013). Forensic social work: Working with Vulnerable Sub-Populations of Women, Aging and Immigrant Offenders. Social Workers’ Desk Reference, Oxford University Press, MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW Judd, R.G. & Moore, B. (2013). The Inverted Classroom: A model for delivery of social work education. submitted to: Journal of Teaching in Social Work RESEARCH PROJECTS COMPLETED Principle investigator: Judd, R.G. (2010 - 2011). Use of Web 2.0 in schools of social work: A national study.


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PRESENTATIONS National Judd, R.G. & Moore, B. (November 2, 2013). Flip the classroom: Turn teaching upside down. Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, Dallas Tx, October 31 – November 1st, 2013 Moore, B. & Judd R.G. (November 1, 2013). Judge not lest you be judged: Accommodating and embracing the Millennials Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, Dallas Tx October 31 – November 1st, 2013 Judd, R.G. & Moore, B. (Nov. 2009). Journal club: Experiential method of teaching critical appraisal skills for conducting EBP. Counsel on Social Work Education, Annual Program Meeting, San Antonio, TX. Judd, R.G. (Oct. 2008). The Stress of Caring: Factors Impacting Family Caregivers Following Placement of the Care Recipient into a Nursing Home. The Gerontological Society of America’s 61st Annual Scientific Meeting. “Late Breaker” Poster Session, National Harbor, MD. Judd, R.G. (Oct. 2007). Preparing Social Work Students to work in Healthcare Settings. Council of Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, San Francisco, CA. Judd, R.G. (Feb. 2006) Caregiver Role Strain-In Search of a Conceptual Framework: A Research Synthesis. Council on Social Work Education, Gero-Ed Conference, Chicago, IL. State and Local Moore, B. & Judd, R.G. (October 9, 2011). Increasing accountability in difficult times. National Association for Social Workers Annual Conference, Dallas TX. Judd, R.G. (June 4, 2011). Wounded Children and Adolescents: Victims of Sexual Abuse.CPS/Professional Staff & Foster/Adoptive Parents. Texas A&M Commerce Department of Social Work & The Department of Family and Protective Services. Tyler Jr. College Judd, R.G. (2008). Assisting Patients/Families Across the Continuum of Healthcare. Professional Day Workshop, Texas A&M Commerce. Judd, R.G. (2007). Preparing Social Work Students for the Field of Health Care. Academic Celebration of Excellence in Students (ACES), University of Texas at Arlington. EXTERNAL FUNDING Judd, R.G., Moore, B., & Stewart, C. (Jan. 5, 2011). Texoma Health Foundation’s Nursing Advancement and Leadership Project, part of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Partners in Nursing Initiative. Subaward for program evaluation. Amount: $47, 892.00. Judd R.G. (Jan 2013). Texoma Health Foundation’s Nursing Advancement and Leadership Project, part of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Partners in Nursing Initiative. Additional sub-award for continued program evaluation. Amount: $5,000.00 Judd, R.G. (April 23, 2010). BEL – BSW Experiential Learning in Aging. CSWE Gero-Ed Foundation. Amount Requested $3494.00. Not Funded Wicke, J., Anderson, D., Cranor, B., Judd, R.G., Sukwon, K., Ribeiro, F., Mangus, B., Langford, H. & McBroom, R. (FY 2010). Federal Initiative: Injury prevention analysis and education across the lifespan


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of special populations in southern rural areas. Amount Requested: 6.55 Million over four years. Not Funded Judd. R.G. (Sept. 30, 2009). Foundation Funding: Borchard Foundation Center on Law & Aging. Proposal: Comparative Content Analysis of Existing Legislation within the United States relating to Elder Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation and Reporting Laws. Amount Requested: $ 18, 056. Not Funded Judd, R.G. (Jan. 8, 2009). Grant Application: Alzheimer’s Association New Investigator Grant. Proposal: Development of a self-administered standardized instrument for assessing the experience of the family caregiver of a nursing home resident. Amount Requested: $78, 133.80 Not Funded

INTERNAL FUNDING Wicke, J., Anderson, D., Cranor, B., Hervas, D. Judd, R.G., & Sukwon, K. (Submitted Oct 26, 2009). Human motion research center injury prevention in rural-dwelling elders. Interdisciplinary Research Competition Pre-Proposal. Funded for $29,969

SERVICE University Department Program Evaluation Committee - Chair (Fall 2010 – current). Texas A&M Commerce, Social Work Department Search Committee – Member (Fall 2011). Associate Provost, Institutional Effectiveness and Planning. COEHS Institutional Effectiveness Committee - Member (2009-2011) Texas A&M Commerce, College of Health and Human Services Department IRB Chair (2008 – current). Texas A&M Commerce, Social Work Department Program Evaluation Committee – Member (2008- 2010) Texas A&M Commerce, Social Work Department Search Committee-Member (Fall 2012). Department Head, Ed Leadership, College of Education & Human Services Search Committee - Member (Spring 2013). Department Head, School of Social Work Search Committee - Member (Fall 2013). Dean, College of Education & Human Services Search Committee -Member (Fall 203-Sping 2014). Department Head, Sociology & Criminal Justice, College of Humanities, Social Sciences and Arts

Professional Expert Testimony (April 14, 2009). Testified before the House Business and Industry Committee in favor of HB: 3262 Allowing licensed social workers in the state of Texas to provide direct services to individuals covered under the Workman’s Compensation program. Grant Reviewer (2009- 2010) Alzheimer’s International Grant Program


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Abstract Reviewer (2009; 2010) Gerontological Society’s 62nd Annual Scientific Meeting Book Peer Review (Jan 2014) Community Service Medical Advisory Board (2004-2005) Grayson Volunteer Health Clinic Denison TX Volunteer Guardianship Program (2001-2003) Texoma Council of Governments. Bikers Against Child Abuse (B.A.C.A.) (2010- 2013) Sherman Chapter: Child Liaison/Treasurer

AWARDS Chancelor's Teaching Excellence Award Fall 2011

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS National Association of Social Workers (active 2013) Council on Social Work Education (active 2013) Texas Distance Learning Association (active 2013) Gerontological Society of American (active 2013)

PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATIONS Licensed Master Social Worker – Independent Practice Recognized. Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor - Intern Certified Benefits Counselor with State of Texas Basic Mediation Certification

COURSE DEVELOPMENT Social Work in An Aging Society (2008). Developed web-based course for Texas A&M Commerce, Graduate School of Social Work. Social Work in Costa Rica (2013). Developed an international where students spend 9 days in Costa Rica learning about social justice, human rights and sustainability. TEACHING: GRADUATE COURSES SWK 506

Advanced Generalist Practice with Families

SWK 508

Social Work Supervision and Administration

SWK 511

Human Behavior in a Social Environment I

SWK 513

Human Behavior in a Social Environment II

SWK 521

Foundations of Social Welfare Policy


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SWK 531

Research for Practice (Program and Practice Evaluation)

SWK 555

Advanced Generalist Practice Field Practicum I

SWK 557

Advanced Generalist Practice Field Practicum II

SWK 559

Advanced Generalist Practice Field Practicum III

SWK 595

Research Literature and Techniques (Program and Practice Evaluation)

SWK 590

Integrative Seminar in Advanced Generalist Practice

SWK 597

Social Work in an Aging Society

SWK 597

Social Work in Costa Rica


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