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Affiliated Faculty

  • Francis Barchi

    Assistant Professor Member of the Institute for Health, Health Care Policy, and Aging Research, Ph.D., Social Welfare, University of Pennsylvania

    Dr. Barchi’s personal research focuses on global health ethics as well as the social and behavioral factors that influence women’s health in southern Africa.

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  • Paul Boxer

    Professor of Psychology and Director of the Rutgers Center on Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, Bowling Green State University B.A., Williams College

    Boxer’s scholarly agenda centers on the study of evidence-based practices in the juvenile justice system; the impact of violence and crime in communities on youth development, and the role of youth gangs in the development and persistence of antisocial behavior.

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  • Deborah Carr

    Professor Department of Sociology Secondary Appointment, School of Social Work, PhD, Wisconsin-Madison

    Deborah Carr's research interests include bereavement, end-of-life issues, and the influence of family relations on health and well-being.

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  • Cary Cherniss

    Professor and Director, Organizational Psychology Program Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology Secondary Appointment, School of Social Work, PhD, Yale

    Dr. Cherniss's research interests include job stress and burnout in human service organizations; promotion of emotional intelligence in the workplace; organizational leadership; and organizational change.

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  • Caroline Coffield

    Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Director of Preservice Training at The Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities, Ph.D., Psychology, Rutgers University

    Dr. Coffield’s research interests include a variety of disability specific topics such as health disparities in diagnosis and access to care for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and their families, transition to adult healthcare, and impact of education and training about developmental disabilities on future healthcare providers.

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