The PhD Program Research Lecture Series is a unique learning opportunity that emphasizes the acquisition of specific research knowledge, skills, and competencies. With its academic focus, the lecture series exposes doctoral students to a range of substantive, methodological, and statistical topics identified by doctoral students themselves as areas where additional training is needed. The overall aim of the series is to enhance the research training of current Silver School of Social Work doctoral students while also providing early research opportunities to other NYU graduate students.
Presenters at the series include senior NYU Silver faculty as well as other renowned researchers from NYU and beyond. Current doctoral students may also present their research through “science chats,” allowing them to contribute to the DPRLS while gaining valuable presentation experience. PhD Program Research Lecture Series workshops are offered during the fall and spring semesters.
The PhD Program has scheduled the following presentation for Fall 2018:
Conducting Randomized Controlled Trials and a Qualitative Study in Practice Settings: Methods for Investigating Treatment Approaches for Domestic Violence Offenders
Thursday, November 15, 2018
12:00 - 1:30 PM
1 Washington Square North, The Parlor
Linda G. Mills, PhD, JD, MSW - Lisa Ellen Goldberg Professor; Professor of Social Work, Public Policy and Law; Executive Director, Center on Violence and Recovery; Vice Chancellor and Senior Vice Provost for Global Programs and University Life
Briana Barocas, PhD - Research Associate Professor; Director of Research, Center on Violence and Recovery
Jessamin Cipollina, MA - NYU Steinhardt PhD Student and Center on Violence and Recovery Research Assistant
Yangjin Park, MSW - NYU Silver PhD Student and Center on Violence and Recovery Research Assistant
Rei Shimizu, MSW - NYU Silver PhD Student and Center on Violence and Recovery Research Assistant
Sejung Yang, MSW - NYU Silver PhD Student and Center on Violence and Recovery Research Assistant