Curriculum Vitae

 

DOROTHY J. VAN SOEST

dorothyv@uw.edu

dorothyv@comcast.net

www.dorothyvansoest.com

 

 

EDUCATION

Ph.D., Catholic University, Washington, D.C.

M.S.W., University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

B.A., North Park College, Chicago, Illinois

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE           

Professor Emerita and Former Dean, University of Washington, 2011-present

Professor, School of Social Work, University of Washington, 2001-2011

Dean, School of Social Work, University of Washington, 2001-2005

Associate Dean, The University of Texas at Austin, 1995-2001

Professor, The University of Texas at Austin, 1999-2002

Associate Professor, The University of Texas at Austin, 1995-1999

Visiting Associate Professor, Catholic University, 1989-1995

Assistant Professor (with tenure), St. Thomas University, 1980-1993

Fieldwork Coordinator, St. Thomas University/College of St. Catherine, 1984-1986

Adjunct Professor, Smith College, 1991

Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota 1977-1979

Director, University of Minnesota, $1 million Title XX Project, 1976-1979

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Content Specialist/Coordinator of Curriculum Development, National Association of Social Workers (NASW), Washington, D.C., 1995-1996

Project Director, International Violence and Development Project, NASW, ($1 million U.S.A.I.D.-funded project), 1993-1995

Development Education Director, NASW, International Office, 1990-1992

Executive Director, Enablers Inc., St. Paul, MN, 1979-1980

Educational Consultant/Counselor, private practice, 1977-1989

Staff Development Coordinator, MN State Department of Public Welfare, 1975-1976

Project Coordinator, Minnesota State Planning Agency, 1975-1976

Social Worker, St. Louis County Human Services, 1970-1974

Group Home Coordinator, Little Flower Children’s Services, Wading River, New York, 1969-1970 

Headstart Director/Teacher: Bronx, NY; Chicago, IL; Virginia, MN, 1965-1969

 

 

HONORS/AWARDS

Distinguished Alumni Award, College of Education and Human Development, UM, 2014   

Legacy Society Award, University of Minnesota, 2006

Lora Lee Pederson Teaching Excellence Award, 1998-1999

Nominated for Outstanding Graduate Advisor, University of Texas, 1998, 1999, 2000

Nominated for a Robert W. Hamilton Author Award for book, The Global Crisis of Violence,  1998

Member, Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, by election of the University of Texas Chapter, Austin, 1997-present

Paul Hanly Furfey Fellowship, Catholic University, 1991-1994

Sabbatical Leave Award, St. Thomas University, 1989-1990

Minnesota Social Services Association Award for Individual Service and Leadership, 1988

Graduate Scholarship, University of Minnesota, 1974-75

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

Books: Fiction

Van Soest, D. (2020). Nuclear Option. Baltimore, MD: Apprentice House.

 

Van Soest, D. (2018). Death, Unchartered. Baltimore, MD: Apprentice House.

 

Van Soest, D. (2015). At the Center.  Baltimore, MD: Apprentice House.

 

Van Soest, D. (2014). Just Mercy. Baltimore, MD: Apprentice House.

 

Books: Nonfiction

Van Soest, D. & Garcia, B. (2008). Diversity education for social justice: Mastering Teaching Skills, Second Edition. Council on Social Work Education Press, Alexandria, VA.

 

Garcia, B. & Van Soest, D. (2006). Social work practice for social justice. Alexandria, VA: Council on Social work Education.

 

Van Soest, D. & Garcia, B. (2003). Diversity education for social justice: Mastering teaching skills. Alexandria, VA: Council on Social Work Education.

 

Van Soest, D. (1997). The global crisis of violence:  Common problems, universal causes, shared solutions. Washington, D.C.: NASW Press.

 

Crosby, J. & Van Soest, D. (1997). Challenges of violence worldwide: An educational resource. Washington, D.C.: NASW Press. 

 

Van Soest, D. & Crosby, J. (1997). Challenges of violence worldwide: Curriculum module. Washington, D.C.: NASW Press. 

 

Van Soest, D. (1992). Incorporating peace and social justice into the social work curriculum. Washington, D.C.: National Association of Social Workers.

 

White, M. & Van Soest, D. (1984). Empowerment of people for peace. Minneapolis, MN: WAMM.

 

 

Journal Articles (refereed)

 

Garcia, B. & Van Soest, D. (2019). Oppression. Encyclopedia of Social Work, 21st Edition. Oxford University Press.

 

Van Soest, D. (2012). Confronting our fears and finding hope in difficult times: Social work as a force for social justice. Journal of Progressive Human Services, 23 (2), 95-109.

 

Van Soest, D. (2013, 2008). Oppression. Encyclopedia of Social Work, 19th and 20th Editions. Oxford University Press.

 

Urwin, C., Van Soest, D., & Kretsczhmar, J. (2006). Using a process model to develop student standards: Key principles, Journal of Social Work Education, 26 (1/2), 163-180..

 

Van Soest, D. (2004). What social workers can do about violence: Learning from the lives of 37 men, Social Work in Health Care, 39 (3/4), 435-453.

 

Van Soest, D., Park, H., Johnson, T., & McPhail, B. (2003, February). Different paths to death row: A comparison of men who committed heinous & less heinous crimes. Violence & Victims, 18 (1), 15-33.

 

Van Soest, D., Canon, R., & Grant, D. (2000).  Using an interactive website  to educate about cultural diversity and societal oppression, Journal of Social Work Education, 36 (3), 463-479.

 

Van Soest, D., Garcia, B. & Graff, D. (2000). Sensitivity to racism and social work professors' responsiveness to critical classroom events,  Journal  of Teaching in Social Work.

 

Garcia, B. & Van Soest, D. (2000). Facilitating learning on diversity: Challenges to the professor, Journal of Multicultural Social Work, 9 (1/2). 

 

David, G. & Van Soest, D. (1999). Relevance of Gandhi to a peaceful and just world society:  Lessons for social work practice and education, New Global Development: Journal of International and Comparative Social Welfare, XV, 8-22.

 

Garcia, B. & Van Soest, D. (1999). Teaching about diversity and oppression: Learning from the analysis of critical classroom events,  Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 18 (1/2), 149-167.

 

Garcia, B. & Van Soest, D. (1997). Changing perceptions of diversity and oppression: MSW students discuss the effects of a required course,  Journal of Social Work Education, 33 (1), 119-130.

 

Wambach, K. & Van Soest, D. (1997). Oppression, NASW Encyclopedia of Social Work, Supplement to 19th edition, Washington, D.C.: NASW.

 

Van Soest, D. (1996). The impact of social work education on student beliefs about justice and commitment to social justice advocacy, Journal  of Social Work Education,  32 (2), 191-202.

 

Van Soest, D. (1996). The impact of competing ideologies about homosexuality on social work educational policy, Journal of Social Work Education, 32 (1), 53-64.

 

Van Soest, D. (1995). Multiculturalism and social work education: The non-debate about competing perspectives, Journal of Social Work Education, 31 (1), 55-66.

 

Van Soest, D. & Bryant, S. (1995). Violence reconceptualized for social work: The urban dilemma,  Social Work, 40 (4), 549-557.

 

Van Soest, D. (1995). Peace and social justice, NASW Encyclopedia of Social Work 19th edition, Washington, D.C.: NASW.

 

Van Soest, D. (1994). Social work education for multicultural practice and social justice advocacy: A field study of how students experience the learning process, Journal of Multicultural Social Work, 3 (1), 17-28.

 

Van Soest, D. (1994). Strange bedfellows: A call for reordering our national priorities from three social justice perspectives, Social Work, 39 (6), 710-717.

 

Van Soest, D. and Kruzich, J. (1994). The influence of learning styles on student and field instructor perceptions of field placement success, Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 9 (1/2), 49-69.

 

Van Soest, D. (1992). Peace and social justice as an integral part of the social work curriculum, Australian Social Work, 45 (1), 29-38.

 

Van Soest, D., Johnston, N., and Sullivan, M. (1987). Orientation to peace and justice in professional social work education in the United States, Journal of Social Development Issues, 10 (3), 81-98.

 

Kruzich, J., Friesen, B., and Van Soest, D. (1986). Assessment of student and faculty learning styles: Research and application,  Journal  of Social Work Education, 22 (3).

 

Van Soest, D. (1986). Reshaping America's poor: When arms and ethics collide, College of St. Thomas Magazine.

 

Van Soest, D. (1986, Spring). From grieving to action, Search.

 

Steil, L., Sullivan, M., and Van Soest, D. (1980). Developing welfare managerial competencies, Journal of Education for Social Work, 16 (3).

 

 

Chapters, Reports, Monographs, Creative Non-Fiction

 

Van Soest, D. (Fall, 2020). Still Laughing. 3rd Act Magazine.

 

Van Soest, D. (Summer 2020). What happens when it’s over: what COVID-19 is teaching us. WILPF Peace & Freedom Magazine.

 

Van Soest, D. (Feb –March, 2020). The Emperor’s Red Button. The Retiree Advocate.

 

Van Soest, D. (2019). Book Review of Viñas, B., Bartlett, S. W., & Tibbott, K. (Eds.). Life lines: Re-writing lives from the inside out. Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work.

 

Van Soest, D. (October 2013). Bite Me. Crunchable (online literary journal); Widdershins edition, Vol. VI, Issue 5.

 

Van Soest, D. (2008) Book Review of Goldman, P. (Ed.), Imagining ourselves: Global voices from a new generation of women. AFFILIA, 23 (1), 100-101.

 

Van Soest, D. (2007). Developing a global professional perspective on violence. In Peace Policy Toolkit (pp. 63-77) by the National Association of Social Workers. Washington, D.C.: Author.

 

Van Soest, D. (2006). Advancing social and economic justice. In D. Lum (Ed.), Culturally competent practice. Third edition. Brooks Cole Publishing Co.

 

Van Soest, D. (2005). Book Review of Rouner, Leroy S., Religion, politics and peace. Social thought: Journal of religion in the social services.

 

Van Soest, D. (2004). What social workers can do about violence: Learning from the lives of 37 men. In Social Work Visions from Around the Globe: Citizens, Methods, and Approaches by A. Metteri, et.al. (Eds). The Haworth Press.

 

Van Soest, D. (2004). Structural barriers to multicultural competence in the field practicum, in Culturally Competent Practice in the 21st Century by L. Gutierrez, M. Zuniga, & D. Lum (Eds.).

 

Van Soest, D. & Johnson, T. (in press). Criminal justice and social work: A critical analysis, in The Helping Profession: Social Work and Social Welfare by J. Erlich & F. Rivera (Eds.).

 

Van Soest, D. (2003). Advancing social and economic justice. In D. Lum (Ed.), Culturally competent practice (pp. 345-439). Second edition. Brooks Cole Publishing Co.

 

Van Soest, D. (2000). Book Review of D. Miller, Principles of justice, Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare. In press.

 

Gilbert, D., Grant, D., Van Soest, D. & Hammer, K. (2000). Human behavior in the social environment: Cultural diversity, in Teaching Racial, Ethnic, and Cultural Diversity in Social Work: A Collection of Model Course Outlines,  Alexandria, VA: CSWE.

 

Book Review (1999) of D.M. Brown and E. McKeon, The poor belong to us: Catholic Charities and American welfare.  Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare.

 

Van Soest, D. (1997, March). A call for revitalizing community practice  in social work, NASW/Texas Chapter News.

 

Van Soest, D. (1996, March). Social workers face violence issues, NASW/Texas, Austin Unit News, 6 (6), 2, 5.

 

Van Soest, D. (1995). A feminist ethic for peace in Feminist Practice in the 21st Century by Nan Van Den Bergh (Ed.). Washington, D.C.: National Association of Social Workers.

 

Van Soest, D. (1995, November).  NASW plans nationwide teach-in,  NASW/Texas Chapter News, 21 (4), 7.

 

Van Soest, D. (1995). Book Review of M.D. Hoff & J.G. McNutt. The global environmental crisis: Implications for social welfare and social work.  Social Thought: Journal of Religion in the Social Services.

 

Van Soest, D. (1995, Fall). Violence and development project’s third-year activities, The Reporter, 43 (3),  20.

 

Van Soest, D. (1995). Violence and development: Common problems, universal causes, shared solutions,  BCRS Newsletter.

 

Van Soest, D. (1994). Social work education for multicultural practice and social justice advocacy: A field study of how students experience  the learning process in School Social Workers in the Multicultural Environment: New Roles, Responsibilities, and Educational  Enrichment (pp. 17-28) by Paul R. Keyes (Ed.). The Haworth Press. 

Violence and International Development Information Bulletins 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 (1992-1995). Washington, D.C.: NASW Office of Peace and International Affairs. 

 

Van Soest, D. & White, M. (1993). Empowerment of people for peace, in Grounds for Peace: An Anthology of Writings by Members of Women Against Military Madness and Women Poets of the Twin Cities. (pp. 120-124). Minneapolis, MN: WAMM.

 

Van Soest, D. (1992). Peace and social justice: The unifying concepts, in Internationalizing Social Work Education: A Guide to Resources for a New Century by Richard J. Estes (Ed.), University of Pennsylvania.

 

Member of International Task Force that wrote Teaching and learning about human rights: A manual for schools of social work and the social work profession,  (1992). Geneva, Switzerland: The United Nations.

 

The Child and Family Well-Being Development Education Project, Biannual  Newsletter, 1990-1991, Washington, D.C.: NASW.

           

Van Soest, D. (1988, January). Poverty, war are both forms of violence, NASW News. Washington, D.C.

 

Van Soest, D. (1986, September/October).  Peace advocacy as a social work ethic, NASW Newsletter, Minnesota Chapter, 19 (1), 4.

 

Van Soest, D. & White, M. (1984). Empowerment: Giving birth to peace, Northern Sun, 7 (5), 6-7.

 

 

RESEARCH AND CONTRACT/GRANT PROJECTS

 

Increasing understanding of how to prevent violent crime through investigation of the lives of thirty-seven men executed in Texas in 1997.

 

Moral disengagement : Measurement and modification. Co-investigator (2000) on capital punishment for research study on comprehensive approaches to violence, funded by NIH ($869,000;  principal investigator:  Alfred McAlister).

 

Home health care. Student Field Unit. Girling Health Care, Inc., Co-principal investigator, 1999-2000 ($75,424).

 

Protective services field unit. Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services, principal investigator, 1999-2000 ($26,083).

 

Children’s health field internship. Texas Department of Health, Bureau of Children's Health, principal investigator, 1999-2000 ($14,980).

 

Student internship. Texas Department of Health, Bureau of Women's Health, principal investigator, 1999-2000 ($5,892).

 

Interagency Agreement for Student Internships, Texas Youth Commission, principal investigator, 1999-2000 ($35,350).

 

Research Mentorship Award, University of Texas at Austin Graduate School, 1998-1999 ($15,500 ).

 

Family support program. Texas Department of Criminal Justice, co-principal investigator, 1998-99, ($218,749).

 

Student intern program. Texas Department of Health, co-principal investigator, 1998-99, $17,600.

 

Family support program, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, co-principal investigator,1995-98 ($130,000/year;  total $390,000).

 

Graduate student unit. Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services,  co-principal investigator, 1995-99 ($35,000/year; total  $105,000).

 

Home health care, Student Field Unit, Girling Health Care, Inc., co-principal investigator, 1995-99 ($75,000/year; total $300,000).

 

Paths to Prevention, Student Field Unit, City of Austin, co-principal investigator, 1995-99 (approx. $41,000/year; total $164,000).

 

Student internships. Texas Youth Commission, co-principal investigator, 1995-99  ($35,000/year;  $140,000).

 

Welfare to Work (WtoW) Student Intern Unit with Austin Community College and the Austin/Travis County WtoW Coalition ($65,000/year for 3 years; not funded)

 

A study of difficulties faced in teaching about  cultural diversity: Analyzing  critical classroom events, 1995, Small Research Grant, University of Texas at Austin.

 

The impact of social work professors’ sensitivity to racism on responses to critical classroom events, 1994. Small Research Grant, University of Texas at Austin.

 

Peace and social justice curriculum: A field test. 1990, Bush Faculty Development Grant for field study in California, Costa Rica, and Peru.

 

UMAIE Grant to participate in Peace Studies Research Course in Europe,  1990.

 

Impact of student and field instructor personality and learning style on supervision, 1988. Bush Foundation Research Grant.

 

Developing an Inter-disciplinary course on Empowerment for Peace and Justice, 1986, Bush Faculty Development Grant.

 

Developing a course on Teaching Core Helping Skills through Field Instruction, 1985, Bush Foundation Teaching Grant.

 

Professional social work education: Current orientation for peace and social justice, 1983, Research Assistance Grant, Bush Foundation.

 

Developing a faculty workshop on Incorporating the Adult Learning Model in the Classroom, 1983, Faculty Development Grant, College of St. Thomas.

 

An investigation of student-centered methodologies, 1982, Maxi-grant through Bush Faculty Development  Foundation.

 

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS (SELECTED)

 

2018    Van Soest, D.  Criminal Justice: Pathways, Structures, Outcomes and Future Directions, Just Mercy

            (required reading for students).  Columbia University. New York City, NY.

 

            Van Soest, D. Reimagining your life for fun and fulfillment. NESTcafê, Seattle, WA.

 

2017     Van Soest, D.  Criminal Justice: Pathways, Structures, Outcomes and Future Directions,

             Just Mercy (required reading for students). Columbia University. New York City, NY.

 

              Van Soest, D. Issues in Child Welfare featuring At the Center (required student reading),

              Social Welfare Class, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

 

2016     Van Soest, D. Issues in Indian Child Welfare: At the Center (required reading for class). Briar

             Cliff University School of Social Work, Sioux City, Iowa

 

             Van Soest, D.  Criminal Justice: Pathways, Structures, Outcomes and Future Directions,

             featuring Just Mercy (required class reading). Columbia University. New York City, NY.

 

2015     Van Soest, D.  Criminal Justice: Pathways, Structures, Outcomes and Future Directions,

             featuring Just Mercy (required class reading). Columbia University. New York City, NY.

 

            Van Soest, D. Humanities Washington Speakers Bureau. Over two dozen presentations on

            Capital Punishment: A Conversation about the Death Penalty, featuring Just Mercy. 2015-2016.

 

           Van Soest, D. Last Rites: Discussion of the Death Penalty. Hot topics, sponsored by Humanities    

           Washington, Seattle and Tacoma, WA.

 

            Van Soest, D. At the Center Discussion, Encore Communities of Silverdale, Kitsap, WA.

 

2014    Van Soest, D. Forgiveness, Destiny and the True Nature of Justice, featuring Just Mercy.  

            Seattle University Search for Meaning Book Festival, Seattle, WA.

 

           Van Soest, D. Just Mercy. EPIC Writers Guild, Edmonds, WA.

 

2013    Van Soest, D. Money and Politics: Overturning Citizens United. Wedgewood Peace and Justice

            Coalition, Seattle, WA.

 

2010    Van Soest, D. Confronting our fears and finding hope in difficult times. Speakers Series

            speech, University of Pittsburg School of Social Work.

 

2007    Van Soest, D. Publishing with CSWE Press. CSWE APM. San Francisco, CA.

 

2006    Van Soest, D. Hope in a time of international and domestic turmoil: What can   

             social workers do? University of Kentucky, Lexington.

 

2005    Van Soest, D. Hope in a time of international and domestic turmoil: What can   

             social workers do? University of Portland.

 

2004     Van Soest, D. Keynote speech: Hope in a time of international and domestic turmoil: What can   

             social workers do?   NASW-Texas Annual Conference.

 

2004    Van Soest, D., Member of  IASWR panel on Bridging research and practice in preventing

            violence: Social work contributions to CDC’s Agenda. CSWE APM, Anaheim, CA.

2004    Van Soest, D. & Garcia, B. Diversity education for social justice: Mastering teaching skills.

            CSWE APM, Anaheim, CA.

2004    Van Soest, D. Member of Panel entitled Do you want to be a Dean or Director of a School of

            Social Work? CSWE APM, Anaheim, CA.

2003    Van Soest, D., English, R., Forster, M., Weick, A., Vroom, P. Surviving the downturn in good

            style.  National Association of Deans and Directors Conference, Atlanta, GA.

 

2002    Van Soest, D. What social workers can do about violence. Workshop sponsored by the

            Massachusetts Chapter, NASW.

 

2000    Van Soest, D., Power and Privilege in Field Supervision,  Field Instructors' Workshop, St.    

            Thomas University, University of Minnesota, and Macalester College, St. Paul, MN.

 

            Van Soest, D., Park, H., & Johnson, T., The Death Penalty: What is Social Work's Role?  

            Annual Conference, NASW-Texas, Fort Worth, TX.

 

            Urwin, C. & Van Soest, C., Student Standards and Gatekeeping,  Faculty Development

            Institute, CSWE APM, New York City.

 

            Van Soest, D., Park, H., & Johnson, T., An Investigation of the Lives of 37 Men,  Annual

            Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, Charleston, S.C.

 

1999    Van Soest, D. The Meaning of Cultural Diversity in Social Work Doctoral Education, Keynote 

            Speech at Group for the Advancement of Doctoral Education (GADE), Houston, Texas.

 

            Van Soest, D. Building the Inclusive Curriculum: Issues and Obstacles. Invitational

            Presentation. CSWE APM, San Francisco.

 

            Van Soest, D. Professors’ Sensitivity to Racism and Responsiveness  to Critical Classroom

            Events,  Society for Social Work and Research Conference, Austin, Texas.

 

1998    Van Soest, D.  Multicultural Issues Related to Issues in Teaching Field Practicum,  panel

            presentation (invited) for the CSWE Task Force on Culturally Competent Social Work

            Education for the 21st Century, University of Michigan.

 

            Van Soest, D. Faculty Development Institute:  Preparing Students to Promote Social and

            Economic Justice: Issues, Challenges, Strategies,  CSWE APM, Orlando.

 

1997    Van Soest, D. Keynote address:  It’s About More than Appreciating Cultural Diversity.

            Academic Counselors Association Conference, University of Texas at Austin.

 

            Van Soest, D. A New Model of Violence: Implications for Mental Health and Criminal Justice

            Professionals at conference on “Changing the Model: Relating Poverty, Mental Disabilities,

            Criminal Justice, and Health to Competency and Capacity,” Austin, TX.

 

            Van Soest, D.  Panel presenter on Women, Work, and Unions at a conference on

            “Labor...Community...University” at University of Texas and St. Edward’s University.

 

            Van Soest, D. & DeCesare, D. Violence Prevention from L.A. To El Salvador: Heightening

            Awareness of Connections, two days of workshops for NASW, Minnesota Chapter.

 

            Commencement speech, Arizona State University School of Social Work. Social Work in the

            21st Century: Catalyst for Transformation or Apologist for the Status Quo?

 

            Violence Reconceptualized for Social Work, New York University.

 

            Plenary Address. NASW Spring Continuing Education Conference, Joint Idaho-Washington

            State NASW Chapters, Coer d’Alene, Idaho.

 

            Van Soest, D., R. Link, & S. vanderStraeton.  Educating Future Social Workers to Meet the

           Challenge of Violence Worldwide, Special  Presentation at CSWE APM, Chicago.

 

            Van Soest, D., N. Lohman, A. Nichols-Casebolt, W. Peebles-Wilkins,  C.F. Alter, D. Bailey, J.

            Quam.  A Conversation with Women in Leadership Positions: How Did We Get Here?  Special

            Presentation  at CSWE APM, Chicago.

 

            Van Soest, D. What Social Workers can do about Violence: A Multilevel Model, 6th Annual

            Texas School Social Work Conference.

 

1996    Van Soest, D., M. Hoff, & J. Crosby. Educating Future Social Workers  to Meet the Challenge

            of Violence Worldwide,  14th Annual BPD Conference, Portland, OR.

 

            Van Soest, D. & Haynes, D. From Violence to Hope: NASW’s Three Year Violence and

            Development Project,  NASW-Texas Annual Conference.

 

            Van Soest, D., Bryant, S., Gamble, D., Forum on International Perspective for Understanding

            Violence, National NASW Annual  Conference, Cleveland.

 

            Van Soest, D. Social Workers and the Global Crisis of Violence, Keynote Speech at annual

            conference of NASW-South Carolina Chapter.

 

            Van Soest, D. and Garcia, B. Difficulties Faced in Teaching about Diversity and Oppression:

            Analyzing Critical Classroom Events, CSWE APM, Washington, D.C.

 

1995    Van Soest, D. Global Crisis of Violence: Universal Causes, Common Consequences, Shared

            Solutions, Keynote Addresses at:    Annual Conference, Oregon NASW

                                                                        Annual Conference, Ohio NASW

                                                                        Violence Conference, Arizona NASW

 

            Van Soest, D. and Garcia, B.  Psychological and Emotional Barriers to Student Empowerment:

            Teaching and  Learning  about Diversity.  CSWE APM, San Diego.           

 

           Van Soest, D., Wetzel, J. and Sullivan, M. The Relationship between Gender Violence and

           Development: Implications for Social Work Education.  CSWE APM, San Diego.

 

            Van Soest, D., vander Straeton, S. and Link, R. The Global Crisis of Violence: Universal

            Causes, Common Consequences, Shared Solutions. CSWE APM, San Diego.

 

1994    Van Soest, D. Universal Causes, Common Consequences, Shared Solutions: Violence from a

            Global Perspective, Keynote Addresses at:   Annual Conference, Rhode Island NASW.

                                                                                       Annual Conference, Georgia NASW.

                                                                                       23rd Annual Conference of the                      

                                                                                       Consortium on Peace Research,

                                                                                       Education and Development, St. Paul, MN.

 

            Van Soest, D. and Bryant, S. What Social Workers can do about Violence, Master Class,

            NASW Annual Conference, Nashville, TN.

 

            Van Soest, D. Preparing Social Work Students for Practice in a Violent World. Faculty

            Development Institute, Biennial Midwest Social Work Education Conference, St. Paul, MN.

 

            Van Soest, D. Impact of Social Work Education on Student Attitudes and Behavior Concerning Oppression,

            paper presented at CSWE APM, Atlanta

 

1993    Van Soest, D. and Bryant, S. Reconceptualizing Violence for Social Work: The Urban

           Dilemma, invitational presentation at the NASW Annual Meeting of the Profession,

           Orlando, Florida.

 

            Healy, L.M., Estes, R., and Van Soest, D.  New Resources for Internationalizing the

            Curriculum, presented at CSWE APM, New York City.

 

1992    Van Soest, D.  The Many Faces of Violence: Peace and Social Justice Linkages in Social Work

            Education, presented as part of a week-long speaking tour to social work faculty at Boston

            College, Boston University, and Simmons College.

 

            Van Soest, D. Introducing Peace and Social Justice into the Social Work Curriculum, 

            Invitational Speech at the Annual Conference of the Baccalaureate Program Directors'

            Association. San Antonio, Texas.

 

            Van Soest, D.  Racism: Definitions, Indicators, and Implications, Psychiatric Grand Rounds,

            Springfield Hospital Center, Sykesville, Maryland.

 

1991    Van Soest, D. and Newdom, F.  Visions: Peace and Social Justice Interconnecting with Social

            Work Practice,  one-day workshop, Pittsford, New York.

 

1990     Van Soest, D., Levy Waldstein, A., and Faz, J.  What do Peace and Social Justice have to do with Child Welfare?  

             Master Class at NASW Annual Conference, Boston, MA.

 

            Van Soest, D. and Ramsey, R. Clinical Social Work for a Global Perspective,  Pre-conference

            Institute, NASW Annual Conference,  Boston, MA.

 

            Van Soest, D., Kruzich, J., and Sullivan, M.  The Role of Personality Characteristics and

           Learning Styles in the Field Instruction Process, CSWE APM, Reno, Nevada.

 

1989    Van Soest, D., Brown, P., and Wattenberg, E.  The Violence of Racism, Sexism and Militarism:  

           Making the Linkages and Examining Social Work's Commitment to Nonviolence,  NASW     

           Annual Conference, San Francisco, California.

 

            Van Soest, D., and Johnston, N. The Role of Personality Characteristics and Learning Styles in

            Social Work Supervision, NASW Annual Conference, San Francisco.

 

1988    Van Soest, D., Johnston, N., and Sullivan, M. The Helping Professions: A Force For or

           Against Violence?  Symposia on Nonviolence, University  of Wisconsin.

 

1987    Van Soest, D., Hartman, A., and Sanders, D. Social Work Imperatives in Peace, Social Justice

            and Development,  NASW Annual Conference,  New Orleans.

 

1986    Van Soest, D., Kruzich, J., and Ahearn, F. Women in Peace, NASW Conference on Women's

            Issues, Atlanta, Georgia.

 

            Van Soest, D., and Brenden, M.A. World Peace and Social Justice: A Women's Issue, Women

            in the World Research Conference, University  of South Dakota.

 

            Van Soest, D. and Johnston, N. The Nuclear Threat and Social Work Education: How Should

            we get Involved?  CSWE APM, Miami, Florida.

 

            Brenden, M.A., Van Soest, D., and Thornton, S.  Maximizing Fieldwork Learning through

            Feedback: The Parallel Roles of Educator and Model, CSWE APM, Miami.

 

1985    Van Soest, D., White, M., and Johnston, N. Harnessing our Power: Empowerment as an

            Antidote to Despair in a Turbulent World,  NASW Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

 

            Van Soest, D.  Adult Learning Styles: Field Implications, Annual Field Instructors'

            Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

 

1984    Van Soest, D.  The Adult Learning Model Applied to Field Instruction,  Annual Field Instructors'

            Training Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

 

1983    Van Soest, D., and Horak, J. Self-Determination and Justice in the Classroom or 'Who's in Charge Here?

            CSWE APM, Fort Worth, Texas.

 

1982    Van Soest, D., and Conrath, M. Quality Residential Services Through Relationships,  Effective

            Behavior Management Conference, University  of Minnesota.

 

1981    Van Soest, D. The Role of Conflict in Social Work Practice,  Regional  Conference of the Child

            Welfare League of America, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

 

1979    Van Soest, D.  Conflict in Child Protection Work: Why do I Feel So Bad When I Act So Nice?

            National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, Los Angeles, California.

 

 

INTERNATIONAL PRESENTATIONS

 

2000    Van Soest, D.  Understanding violence through an investigation of the lives of 37 men,

            University of Tampere, Finland.

 

1998    Prigoff, A. & Van Soest, D. Healing the Wounds: Women Opt for Conflict Resolution Within a

            Context of Hostility, Violence, and Fear, World Conference of the International Association of

            Schools of Social Work and the International Federation of Social Workers, Women’s

            Symposium, Jerusalem, Israel.

 

            David, G. & Van Soest, D. Relevance of Gandhi to a Peaceful and Just World Society: Lessons

            for Social Work Education.  Jerusalem Conference of IFSW and IASSW.

 

1992    Bamford, T., Dolan, P., Van Soest, D., Balais-Serrano, E., and Hall, N. Teaching and Learning

            about Human Rights:  A Manual for Schools of Social Work and the Social Work Profession,

            World Assembly: NASW's Meeting of the Profession and the 12th International Symposium of

            IFSW.

 

1991    Van Soest, D., Healy, L., Estes, R., Johnson, W. International Content  in Social Work: New

            Resources for Curriculum Development,  Pre-conference Institute at the 26th Congress of the

            International  Association of Schools of Social Work.

 

1989    Van Soest, D., Campoverde, C., and Lundy, C.  Educating for Peace: Multicultural

            Perspectives, 25th Congress of the International Association of Schools of Social Work, Peru.

           

            Van Soest, D., Prigoff, A., and Sanchez, C. Incorporating Peace and Social Justice into the

            Social Work Curriculum: Human Behavior, Theory and Practice, and Social Policy,  Inter-

            University Consortium on International Social Development, San Jose, Costa Rica.

 

1988    Van Soest, D., Sullivan, M., and Nakken, C. Increasing our Understanding of Peacemaking

            through Making the Connections Between Personal and Societal Issues, International

            Conference on Women & Peace.

 

1986    Van Soest, D., and Sullivan, M. Orientation to Peace and Social Justice  in Professional Social

            Work Education in the United States, 4th International Symposium on Social Development,

            Inter-University Consortium for International Social Development, Hachioji, Japan.

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