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Rutgers SSW at 2019 APPAM Fall Research Conference
November 6, 2019

Rutgers School of Social Work will be represented at the 2019 Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management (APPAM) Fall Research Conference from November 7-9, 2019 by a number of presentations from faculty, postdocs, and Ph.D. students. See below for a list of Rutgers SSW-affiliated presentations. A complete conference schedule can be found here. In addition to the School of Social Work's presenters, Ph.D. student Mariam Rashid was selected through a competitive process to receive an Equity and Inclusion Fellowship, supporting her attendance and participation at the conference.

Thursday, November 7
Panel: Swimming Upstream: Child Support Enforcement & Nonresident Parents’ Contributions to Children
Lenna Nepomnyaschy, Organizer

Poster – Welcome Reception with Poster Session: Labor Market Penalties for Domestic Workers: Effects of Informal Work Arrangement, Working at Private Homes, Occupational Credentials, and State Variations
Jeounghee Kim

Panel Paper: Child Support Enforcement and Nonresident Fathers’ Accumulation of Arrears
Lenna Nepomnyaschy, Alexandra Haralampoudis

Poster Paper: The Career Aspirations of Young Women in a Post-Conflict Setting: A Descriptive Study from Sierra Leone
Skye Allmang

Poster Paper: Mapping Development Aid in Myanmar: Combining Satellite Imagery with Spatial Data
Woojin Jung

Friday, November 8
Panel Paper: The Regularity of Child Support and Its Contribution to Family Self-Sufficiency
Laura Cuesta

Panel Paper: The Minimum Wage and Fathers’ Provision of Child Support: Findings from National Data
Lenna Nepomnyaschy

Saturday, November 9
Panel: Policies and Children’s Living Arrangements: A Closer Look at Shared Custody, Extended and Skipped-Generation Households
Laura Cuesta, Panel Chair

Panel: Policy Issues in Education
Skye Allmang, Panel Chair and Discussant

Poster Luncheon: Visibly Homeless with Less Visible Needs: Concordance of Medicaid & HMIS Indications of Serious Mental Illness & Substance Use
David C. Seith, Jose Nova, Sujoy Chakravarty, Emmy Tiderington and Joel Cantor

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