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These UNP reports offer guidance and information about community engagement and community-based research

Community Building Recipe Book, 2012

Community Building Recipe Book, 2012

Guidelines for Community Based Research, 2007 Report

Guidelines for Community Based Research, 2007 Report

Facilitating Mutually-Beneficial CBR, 2007 Report

Facilitating Mutually-Beneficial CBR, 2007 Report


Thailand Project Report, 2008

Thailand Project Report, 2008

Guide to Re-Imagining Family-School Partnerships, 2012

Guide to Re-Imagining Family-School Partnerships, 2012


Through community-engaged research, UNP-Supported Partnerships have produced a wealth of knowledge for academic and general audiences. Below, highlights from the UNP bibliography are organized by topic area, with links as available.

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Alemán, E. Jr., Delgado Bernal, D., & Cortez, E. (2015). A Chican@ pathways model of acción: Affirming the racial, cultural, and academic assets of students, families and communities. Association of Mexican American Educators Journal, 9(1), 13–27.

Alemán, E. Jr., Perez-Torres, J., Oliva, N. (2013). Adelante en Utah: Dilemmas of leadership and college access in a university-school-community partnership. Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, 16(3), 7–30.

Alvarez Gutiérrez, L. (2016). ¡Ya basta con la ciudadanía restrictiva!: Latina/o young people and their families’ transformative citizenship understandings and actions. [Special Issue: Critical Multicultural Citizenship Education: Student Engagement Toward Building an Equitable Society]. International Journal of Multicultural Education, 18(1), 107–125.

Alvarez Gutiérrez, L. (2015). Poder en las voces comunitarias: Immigrant young people and their families’ resistance to liminal citizenship in education. Association of Mexican American Educators, 9(2), 31–44.

Bettmann, J. E., Olson-Morrison, D., & Wright, R. (2010). Attachment as a protective factor in adolescent refugees’ experiences of trauma. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 59(3), 571–576.

Burbank, M.D., & Diaz, R. (2012). Understanding partnership challenges in teacher recruitment programs. Creative Education. 3, 1024–1030.

Burbank, M.D., Hunter, R., & Alvarez, L. (2012). Redefining the lines of expertise: Educational pathways through the Communities Together Advocacy Project (CTAP). Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship, 5(1), 33–43.

Burbank, M. D., Bates, A., & Schrum, L. (2009). Expanding teacher preparation pathways for paraprofessionals: A recruiting seminar series. Teacher Education Quarterly, 36(2), 199–216.

Burbank, M.D., & Hunter, R. (2008). The Community Advocate Model: Linking communities, school districts and universities to support families and exchange knowledge. The Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship. 1(1), 47–55.

Cahill, C. (2007). Repositioning ethical commitments: Participatory action research as a relational praxis of social change. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies, 6(3), 360–373.

Cahill, C. (2010) “Why do they hate us?” Reframing immigration through participatory action research. Area, 42(2), 152–161.

Cahill, C.; Alvarez Gutiérrez, L.; & Quijada Cerecer, D. A. (2015). A dialectic of dreams & dispossession: The school-to-sweatshop pipeline. Cultural Geographies. 23(1), 121-137.

Cahill, C., Quijada, D., & Bradley, M. (2010). Dreaming of … Reflections upon PAR as a feminist praxis of critical hope. Affilia: Feminist Journal of Social Work, 25(4)., 406–416.

Clarkson Freeman, P. A., Penney, D. S., Bettmann, J. E., & Lecy, N. (2013). The intersection of health beliefs and religion among Somali refugees: A qualitative study. Journal of Religion & Spirituality in Social Work: Social Thought, 32(1), 1-13.

Delgado Bernal, D., Alemán Jr, E., & Garavito, A. (2009). Latina/o undergraduate students mentoring Latina/o elementary students: A borderlands analysis of shifting identities and first-year experiences. Harvard Educational Review,79(4), 560–586.

Delgado Bernal, D., Alemán, E., & Carmona, J. F. (2008). Transnational and transgenerational Latina/o cultural citizenship among kindergarteners, their parents, and university students in Utah. Social Justice, 35(1), 28–49.

Flores Carmona, J. (2014). Cutting out their tongues: Mujeres’ testimonios and the Malintzin researcher. Journal of Latino/Latin American Studies, 6(2), 113–124.

Fowler, B., Bodson, J., Warner, E., Dyer, J. and Kepka, D. (2016). Poor HPV vaccine-related awareness and knowledge among Utah Latinas overdue for recommended cancer screenings. Journal of Community Health, 41(4), 825–837.

Freire, J. A. & Valdez, V. E. (Accepted). Dual language teachers’ stated barriers to the implementation of culturally relevant pedagogy. Bilingual Research Journal.

Hunter, R., Liese, H., Burns, K., & Mai, T. (2011). Art and social justice: An interdisciplinary framework for community-based teaching and research. AUDEM: The International Journal of Higher Education and Democracy, 2(1), 48-62.

Hunter, R., Mai, T., Hollister, L., & Jankey, O. (2011). A university-community partnership model for capacity-building and collective learning with individuals of immigrant and refugee experience: The example of the Hartland Partnership Center. Journal of Global Social Work Practice, 4(1).

Lee, S. G., Kim, Y. K., & Hunter, R. (2011). Higher education for immigrants & refugees. Global Internship Journal of Research, 2, 11-16.

Mendoza, S. (2014). The Adelante Oral History Project as a site of decolonial potential in transforming school curriculums. Regeneación Tlacuilolli: UCLA Raza Studies Journal, 1(1), 11–26.

Quijada, D., Cahill, C. & Bradley, M. (2011) Resist This! Embodying the contradictory positions and collective possibilities of transformative resistance. The International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education. Special issue: Youth Resistance Revisited: New theories of youth negotiations of educational injustices, 24(5). 587-593.

Quijada, D.; Cahill, C., & Bradley, M. (2013) Towards a critical youth policy praxis: Critical youth studies and participatory action research. Theory Into Practice, 52(3)

Senbel, M. (2007). Engaging youth to engage community in sustainable grassroots planning. Children Youth and Environments, 17(2), 454-460.

Smith, L. F., & Stratford, B. (2012). DIY in Family Law: A Case Study of a Brief Advice Clinic for Pro Se Litigants. Journal of Law and Family Studies, 14, 167-221.

Smith, L. F. (2010). Fostering justice throughout the curriculum. Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy, 18, 427.

Smith, Y., & Munro, S. (2008). Anthropology and occupational therapy in community-based practice. Practicing Anthropology, 30(3), 20-23.

Smith, Y. J., Stephenson, S., & Gibson-Satterthwaite, M. (2013). The meaning and value of traditional occupational practice: A Karen woman’s story of weaving in the United States. Work, 45(1), 25-30.

Wright, C., Diener, M. L., Dunn, L., Wright, S. D., Linnell, L., Newbold, K., D’Astous, V., & Rafferty, D. (2011). SketchUp™: A technology tool to facilitate intergenerational family relationships for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal, 40(2), 135-149.

Wright, S. D., D’Astous, V., Wright, C. A., & Diener, M. L. (2012). Grandparents of grandchildren with autism spectrum disorders (ASD): strengthening relationships through technology activities. The International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 75(2), 169-184.



Books

Burbank, M. D. (2008). Developing as a professional: A guide for contemporary paraprofessionals. Clifton Park, NY: Thomson-Delmar Learning.

Delgado Bernal, D. & Alemán, E. Jr. (2016). Transforming Educational Pathways for Chicana/o Students: A Critical Race Feminista Praxis. New York: Teachers College Press.

Diener, M. & Liese, H. (Eds.) (2009). Finding meaning in civically engaged scholarship: Personal journeys, professional experiences. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Chapters

Alemán, E. Jr., Delgado Bernal, D., & Mendoza, S. (2013). Critical race methodological tensions: Nepantla in our community-based praxis. In M. Lynn & A. Dixson (Eds.), Handbook of Critical Race Theory in Education (pp. 325–338). New York: Rutledge.

Ayala, J., Buras, K., Cahill, C., Castaneda, J., Duncan-Andrade, J., Futch, V., Gazambide-Fernandez, R., Krueger-Henney, P., Paris, D., Quijada Cerecer, D., & Zeller-Berkman, S., Tuck, E. (Ed.), Yang, K. W. (Ed.) (2013). Thinking with youth about theories of change. In E. Tuck, & K. Wayne Yang (Eds.), Youth Resistance Research & Theories of Change. New York: Routledge

Burbank, M.D., Hunter, R. (2010). Project First: Families, intercollegiate collaboration, and routes to studying teaching (pp. 183–190). In R. David & J. Slater, (Eds.), Collaboration in Education. New York: Routledge.

Cahill, C. (2009). Planning for change: Community-based urban research with young people. In M. Diener & H. Liese, Finding meaning in civically engaged scholarship: Personal journeys, professional experiences. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Cahill, C. (2009). Beyond “us” and “them”: Community-based participatory action research as a politics of engagement. In M. Diener & H. Liese (Eds.), Finding meaning in civically engaged scholarship: Personal journeys, professional experiences. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Cahill, C. (2013). The road less traveled: Transcultural community building. In J. Hou (Ed.), Transcultural Cities: Border-crossing and Placemaking (pp. 193–206). New York: Routledge.

Cahill, C. & Bradley, M. (2011). Documenting (in)justice: Community-based participatory research and video. In S. Sutton & S. Kemp (Eds.), The paradox of urban space: Inequity and transformation in marginalized communities. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Cahill, C.; Bradley, M.; Castañeda, D.; Esquivel, L.; Mohamed, N.; Organista; J.; Sandberg, J.; Valerio, M.; and Winston, K. (2008). “Represent”: Reframing risk through participatory video research. In M. J. Downing & L. J. Tenney, (Eds.). Video vision: Changing the culture of social science research (pp 2017–228). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Cahill, C., Quijada, D., & Alvarez-Guiterrez, L. (2015) Theorizing in the belly of the beast: The school to sweatshop pipeline. In M. Abendroth & B. J. Porfilio (Eds.), Understanding neoliberal rule in K-12 schools: Educational fronts for local and global justice (pp. 285-300). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Delgado Bernal, D. (2007). La Trenza de Las Identidades: Weaving Together our Personal, Professional, and Communal Identities. In K. Gonzalez and R. Padilla (Eds.), Doing the public good: Latina/o scholars engage civic participation (pp. 135-148). Sterling, VA: Stylus.

Delgado Bernal, D., Alemán, E. Jr., Morales, S., & Mendoza, S. (Forthcoming, 2017). Critical race feminista methodology: The challenges and promises of preparing graduate students in community engaged research. In N. Deeb-Sossa & A. De La Torre (Eds.), From the fields and the trenches: Community empowerment, sustainability and community based research in Chicana/o studies. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Dyer, J. (2016). Women in migration: Best practices in midwifery. In B. A. Anderson, J. P. Rooks, & R. Barroso (Eds). Best practices in midwifery: Using the evidence to implement change (2nd ed) (pp. 169–182). New York: Springer Publishing Co.

Flores Carmona, J. (Forthcoming, 2017). Motherists’ pedagogies of cultural citizenship: Claiming rights and space in a xenophobic era. In M. Castañeda & J. Krupczynski (Eds.). Learning from Diverse Latina/o Communities: Social Justice Approaches to Civic Engagement. New York: NYU Press.

Flores Carmona, J. & Delgado Bernal, D. (2012). Oral histories in the classroom: The Latina/o home as a pedagogical site. In C. E. Sleeter & E. Soriano Ayala (Eds.), Creating solidarity across diverse communities: International Perspectives in Education (pp. 114–130). New York: Teachers College Press.

Holzner, C., & Munro, S. (2005). Research as process: The not-so-great divide between community-based research and faculty productivity. In L. Silka (Ed.), Scholarship in Action: Applied Research and Community Change. U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development; Office of University Partnerships.

Hunter, R., Bradley, M. W., Quijada Crecer, D. A., Schmit, K., Arvizo-Zavala, J., Cahill, C., Mai, T., & Munro, S. (2014). Hear our voices! Youth and community leaders creating new paradigms for social change in their schools and neighbourhoods. In E. Brown & A. Krasteva (Eds.), Migrants and refugees: Equitable education for displaced populations. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Hunter, R., Munro, S., Dunn, L., & Olsen, K. (2009), Bridging university and community: The power of collaborative partnerships for social change (pp. 289–311). In K. Mohrman, J. Shi, S. E. Feinblatt, & K. W. Chow (Eds.), Public universities and regional development. Sichuan University Press, China.

Hunter, R. & Paredes-Mora, R. (2008) Linking community, home & school. In L. Oppenshaw (Ed.), Social work in schools: Principles and practices. New York: The Guilford Press.

Hunter, R. (2006). Community focus on families. In G. H. Hull & J. J. Mather (Eds.), Understanding generalist practice with families. Belmont, Ca: Thomson Brooks/Cole.

Mai, T., & Schmit, K. (2013). Creating political and social spaces for transcultural community integration. In J. Hou (Ed.), Transcultural cities: Border-crossing and placemaking. New York: Routledge.

McAllister, L., Penn, C., Smith, Y., Van Dort, S., & Wilson, L. (2010). Fieldwork education in non-traditional settings or with non-traditional caseloads. In L. McAllister, M. Paterson, J. Higgs, & C. Bithell (Eds.), Innovations in allied health fieldwork education: A critical appraisal (pp. 39-47). Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense.

Mendoza, S., & Morales, S. (Forthcoming, 2017). EntreMundos: Extending Anzaldúa’s Borderlands to Latina/o elementary youth. In A. I. Fukushima, R. Gonzalez, L. Maparyan, A. Revilla, & M. Richardson (Eds.). Third Woman Press Anthology. San Antonio, TX: Third Woman Press.

Morales, S., Mendoza, S., Delgado Bernal, D. (2016). Education in Nepantla: A Chicana Feminist approach to engaging Latina/o elementary youth in ethnic studies. White Washing American Education: The New Culture Wars In Ethnic Studies. Santa Barbara: Praeger Publishers.

mrs. c kinpaisby-hill (2011) Participatory praxis and social justice: Towards more fully social geographies. In Del Casino, V, Jr., M. Thomas, R. Panelli, and P. Cloke (Eds), A Companion to Social Geography. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Smith, Y. J. (2017). Occupational justice & advocacy: Work with former refugees & asylum seekers at personal and community levels. In N. Pollard & D. Sakellariou (Eds.), Occupational therapies without borders (2nd Edition). New York: Elsevier.

Smith, Y. J. (2016). Fostering cultural Awareness through fieldwork with people from a refugee background, in S. Wells, R. Black, & J. Gupta (Eds.), Culture & Occupation: Effectiveness for Occupational Therapy Practice, Education, and Research (3rd Edition). AOTA Press.



Brown, B., Munro, S., & the Community Research Collaborative. (2007) Facilitating mutually-beneficial community-based research: A report to University Neighborhood Partners. Salt Lake City: University Neighborhood Partners, University of Utah.

Dyer, J. and Baksh, L. (2015). Obstetrical and infant outcomes for African-born women in Utah, United States: 2002-2008. Washington, D.C: Migration Policy Institute.

Glendale Community Partnership. (2005). Understanding community participation in the Glendale neighborhood. Salt Lake City: University Neighborhood Partners, University of Utah.

Holzner, C., Jameson, K., Maloney, T., Abebe, B., Lund, M., & Schaub, K. (2006). The economic impact of the Mexico-Utah relationship. Salt Lake City: University of Utah IPIA & Consul of Mexico.

Lopez, G., Mayer-Glenn, J., Yanagui, A., & Kuttner, P. (2016). Re-Imagining School Community Councils. Salt Lake City: University Neighborhood Partners, University of Utah.

Smith, Y., Schmit, K., Hunter, R., Nakamura, C., Pederson, D. (2008). Connecting past with present: Field research on the Thailand/Burma (Myanmar) border. Salt Lake City, UT: University Neighborhood Partners, University of Utah. Retrieved from http://partners.utah.edu/wp-content/uploads/Thailand-Report-Color.pdf

Zambrana, I. G., & the Westside Studio (2016). Active and Public Transportation Connectivity between North Temple and the Jordan River Parkway Trail. Report prepared for National Institute for Transportation and Communities. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Department of City and Metropolitan Planning.



Alemán, E., Jr., Delgado Bernal, D., Villalpando, O., & Flores, J. (2006). Adelante: Una sociedad para el futuro//Adelante: A partnership for the future [Video documentary]. Salt Lake City, UT. Edited by Matt Bradley.

Esquivel, L., Valerio, M., Sanderg, J., Cahill, C., Bradley, M., Caraveo, S., & Castañeda, D. [The Growing Up in Salt Lake City Research Team] (2008). Easy targets/Los vulnerables [Particpatory action research video documentary]. Salt Lake City: University of Utah.

Family School Partnership (2009). Creative expressions: Community mural project. Mural created by students and families displayed at West High School’s commons area, reflecting their cultural, linguistic and individual identities. Salt Lake City, UT .

Family School Partnership (2009). Encounters with racism in school [Video research documentary]. Salt Lake City, UT: Author.

Family School Partnership (2008). Student testimonios: Experiences with racism and stereotyping in school and community [Video research documentary]. Salt Lake City, UT: Author.

Humanities in Focus Documentary Films (2006-present): Dark Side of the Lake, Hopes and Dreams, The Empress, You Could Be Next, Steps to Change, Silent Victims II, Children of the Sun, Diego’s Dream, etc.

Mohamed, N., Organista, J., Winston, K., Cahill, C., Bradley, M., Targino, R., Prazen, A., & Romero, A. [The Growing Up In Salt Lake City Research Team]. (2008). Red flags: stereotyping & racism in the schools [Participatory action research video documentary]. Salt Lake City: University of Utah.

Mestizo Arts & Activism Youth Research Team. (2008). Jovenes para el cambio [Blog]. Retrieved from http://educatexcambio.blogspot.com/

Student-journalists at the University of Utah, Dept. of Communication. (2007) Voices of Utah [Multimedia journalism site]. https://voicesofutah.wordpress.com/

Westside Studio. (2016). Active and Public Transportation Connectivity between North Temple and Jordan River Parkway Trail [Video – won second place at National Institute of Transportation and Communities student video project]. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FAvGCVblNOQ



Adelante Partnership. (2008). Improving attendance and decreasing tardiness at Jackson elementary – Policy and programmatic options [Master’s cohort final report & presentation to Jackson Elementary leadership]. Salt Lake City, UT.

Adelante Partnership. (2009). Strategies for alleviating overcrowding and improving student achievement at Jackson elementary [Master’s cohort final report & presentation to Jackson Elementary leadership]. Salt Lake City, UT.

Adelante Partnership. (2009). Jackson Elementary-Washington Elementary qualitative research project [Doctoral students final report group presentation to Jackson Elementary and Washington Elementary principals]. Salt Lake City, UT.

Adelante Partnership. (2010). Understanding K-8 Schools and the Community, Human, and Financial Resources Utilized at Jackson Elementary [Master’s cohort final report group presentation to Jackson Elementary leadership]. Salt Lake City, UT.

Embley, K., and the Westside Leadership Institute (2009). Road to community [Resident leadership curriculum for the Westside Leadership Institute]. Salt Lake City, UT: Center for Public Policy and Administration, University of Utah.

Family School Partnership (2009). Family School Partnership (FSP) Conference: Family, students and schools: Bridging knowledge through partnerships. Conference designed to foster dialogue among families, students, educators, schools and communities. Salt Lake City, UT.

Fish, B., Knell, E., and Buchanan, H. (2007, August). Teaching literacy to preliterate adults: The top and the bottom. AEIS Newsletter 5(2).

Koski, J. & Smith, Y. (2012). Nontraditional Fieldwork: Challenges and Opportunities, OT Practice, 17(1), 8 & 18.

Ladika, S. (2017). Empowering refugees through education. International Educator, March-April Vol XXVI(2), 32–39.

Molina-Avila, I. T. (2010). Impact and empowerment evaluation of the Westside Leadership Institute on resident leaders and their communities. Postdoctoral Program Evaluation Report.

Mestizo Arts & Activism Youth Research Team. (2008). Dreaming of No judgment: Mi pleito sgainst stereotypes. Salt Lake City, UT: Author.

Tea, L., Porter, S., & Flores, L. (2013). Informe de evaluación: Resultados de la encuesta realizada a los alumnos graduados del WLI [Program evaluation]. Salt Lake City, UT: Westside Leadership Institute.

Tut, J., Mai, T., Niang, A., Gborway, N. (2009). Bridging the cultural gap between communities and schools and Bridging the cultural gap between parents and youth [Training curriculum created by faculty and community resident partners for educators in Salt Lake City School District]. Salt Lake City, UT.

UNP Honors Think Tank: Community and Change. (2009). Urban pioneers: Understanding and building community through telling and hearing stories. Community stories from residents of Salt Lake City’s west side neighborhoods. Salt Lake City: University of Utah.

Westside Studio. (2011). Westside Greenways: Jordan River Community Connections. Final report to city by Westside Studio participants.



Adelante Partnership. (2008). Improving Attendance and Decreasing Tardiness at Jackson Elementary – Policy and Programmatic Options. Master’s cohort final report.

Adelante Partnership. (2009). Jackson Elementary-Washington Elementary Qualitative Research Project. Doctoral students final report.

Adelante Partnership. (2009). Strategies for Alleviating Overcrowding and Improving Student Achievement at Jackson Elementary. Master’s cohort final report.

Adelante Partnership. (2010). Understanding K-8 Schools and the Community, Human, and Financial Resources Utilized at Jackson Elementary. Master’s cohort final report.

Boyce, R., Gomez, V., & Warner, S. (2010). Karen Refugee Women in the United States: The Impact of Restoring Weaving as an Occupation. Occupational Therapy Masters Project.

Callister, D. (2005). Social Responses to Difference: Community Based Research in the Glendale Neighborhood of Salt Lake City, Utah. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Communication, University of Utah.

Denney, D., Shelton, J., Torrey, A., Arthur, E., Bradley, M. (Spring, 2006). Breaking Boundaries: Addressing the Achievement Gap at Glendale Middle School.” University of Utah Undergraduate Research Abstracts, [Volume 6].

Farelly, R. (2011). Emerging from the Echo Chamber: An Activity Theory perspective on L2 teachers of adult emergent learners. Doctoral Dissertation, Dept. of Linguistics, University of Utah.

Frodsham, A., Liu, Y, Tan, F.,Dailey, L., Bradley, M. (Spring 2006). Utah educational experiences and their effect on the achievement gap. University of Utah Undergraduate Research Abstracts, [Volume 6].

Hunter, R. (2004). Community Conversations: Sustaining Community Engagement in Schools of Social Work Located in Research-intensive Universities. Doctoral Dissertation, College of Social Work, University of Utah.

Johnson, K., & Strong, Z. (2006). Single Somali Bantu Men and What They Value. Occupational Therapy Masters Project.

Jones, L., & Maloney, T. (Spring 2006). Legal, Economic, and Moral Implications of the Proposed Repeal of Utah’s In State Tuition Benefits for Undocumented Immigrants. University of Utah Undergraduate Research Abstracts, [Volume 6].

Khan, S. S. A. (2016). Assessing streetscape improvements for active transportation users: A case study of the North Temple Corridor in Salt Lake City. Professional Project.

Khodaverdain, F., & Geake, A. (2009) Challenges to Using Public Transportation and Its Impact on the Occupational Performance of Refugee Women. Occupational Therapy Masters Project.

Kramer, M. (2011). Directors’ and Participants’ Perceptions of a Program Promoting the Economic Self-Sufficiency of Women with Refugee Status. Master’s Thesis, Department of Family and Consumer Studies.

Li, A., Jones, L., Bowcut, M., McDonald, A., & Bradley, M. (Spring 2006). An Analysis of the Achievement Gap in Elementary Education. University of Utah Undergraduate Research Abstracts, [Volume 6].

Linnell, L. (2012). Sibling relationships of boys with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Perspectives of mothers and sisters. Master’s Thesis, Dept. of Family and Consumer Studies, University of Utah.

McCrae, Marie. (2007). The Impact of Feeling Unsafe on the Occupational performance of adults who arrived in the united states as refugees. Master’s Thesis, Division of Occupational Therapy, University of Utah

McRae, M. (2008). Impact of Feeling Unsafe on the Occupational Performance of Adults who Arrived in the United States as Refugees. Occupational Therapy Masters Project.

Miller, P. (2005). University-Community Partnerships As Dialogue: A Critical Examination of University/Neighborhood Partners. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy, University of Utah.

Munro, S. (2009). Urban Pioneers: Voices of the West Side. University of Utah Undergraduate Research Abstracts.

Natalie C. (2005). Efficacy of Services for African Refugees in the Resettlement Process in America. Occupational Therapy Masters Project.

Newbold, K. (2012). Creativity in High Functioning Boys with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Master’s Thesis, Dept of Family and Consumer Studies, University of Utah.

RuthAnn, R. (2005). Obstacles to Successful Performance of Functional Roles of Women who are Refugees. Occupational Therapy Masters Project, 2005.

Sheikh, K. (2012). Educational and occupational goals of Somali youth in the context of a leadership program. Dept. of Family and Consumer Studies, University of Utah.

Smith, Y. (2011). They Bring Their Memories With Them: Somali Bantu resettlement in a globalized world. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Education, Culture and Society, University of Utah.

Sparkman, E., Smith, A., & Martinez, T. (2006). Reach For Your Dreams: A Template for Recruitment of First Generation Students to Higher Education. University of Utah Undergraduate Research Abstracts, [Volume 6].

Whitesal, S. (2013). Facilitating teen participation in after-school programs. Master’s Thesis, Dept. of Family and Consumer Studies, University of Utah.



Alemán, E., Jr. (January, 2007). ¡Adelante! Transforming school culture, eliminating deficit thinking, and raising expectations on the Westside of Salt Lake City. Keynote address to the Texas State University – San Marcos, Sixth Annual Conference for Assistant Principals and Aspiring School Leaders, San Marcos, TX.

Alemán, E., Jr. (March, 2007). Immigration, achievement gaps, and the mis-education of Utah Latina/os. Invited address at the University of Utah, Hinckley Institute of Politics and Institute of Public and International Affairs, Integrating Immigrants Brown Bag Series, Salt Lake City, UT.

Alemán, E., Jr., Bartholomew, S. S., Danley, L., Mendez, Z., Valles, B., & Valdez, T. (November, 2007). Spanning the P-16 continuum: Issues in cultivating college-going cultures within and across institutional boundaries. Symposium at the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) conference, Alexandria, VA.

Alemán, E., Jr., Bergerson, A., Smith, W., & Doty, D. (November, 2007). Panel discussion on College Readiness, Preparation, and Success at the Utah Education Policy Center, Education Policy Forum in Salt Lake City, UT.

Alemán, E., Jr., Delgado Bernal, D. & Flores, J. (April, 2007). An analysis of a grassroots partnership­ Adelante: A college awareness and preparatory partnership. Symposium presentation at the National Association of Chicana and Chicano Studies (NACCS) conference, San Jose, CA.

Alemán, E., Jr., Delgado Bernal, D., Flores, J., Hernandez, E., & Perez, J. (March, 2008). Authentic and reciprocal university-school-community partnerships: Developing Adelante as a Chican@/Latin@ Pipeline to the university. Symposium presentation at the National Association of Chicana and Chicano Studies (NACCS) conference, Austin, TX.

Alemán, E., Jr., Martinez, T., & Rorrer, A. (March, 2007). Latina/o educational opportunity in Utah: Polices, programs, and partnerships. Panel discussion at the Utah NAME (National Association of Multicultural Education) Conference at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.

Alfaro, J., Ceballos, L., Cobain, L., Nuñez, N., Yarow, M. (West High school student/youth researchers); Caraveo, S., Ramiro, M., & Willden, C. (University of Utah research assistants/mentors) (Mestiza Womyn Researchers) (2008, July/August). Mujeres (Re)member: Creating Spaces of (Be)longing Across Latinidades and Indigenismas. Presentation at the Annual MALCS Summer Institute; University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.

Alvarez, L. (March, 2008). Newcomer Youth Identity and Community Building in Schools. Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.

Alvarez, L. (May, 2009). Engaging Linguistically and Culturally Diverse Families and Students in School-Partnerships. Educational Equity & Advocacy, Salt Lake City School District, Salt Lake City, UT.

Basinger, N., & Hunter, R. (April, 2012). Incubating Grassroots Nonprofits: An asset-based service-learning approach to filling a gap. Presentation at the 15th Annual Continuum of Service Conference, Seattle, WA.

Basinger, N., & Hunter, R. (September, 2012). Understanding the Intersections of Reciprocity and Organizational Capacity. Poster presentation at the International Association of Research on Service Learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE), Baltimore, MD.

Bettmann, J. E. (March, 2011). Attachment as a protective factor in adolescent refugees’ experiences of trauma. Paper presented at the European Conference for Social Work Research, Oxford, England.

Bettmann, J. E., Olson-Morrison, D., & Wright, R. (January, 2011). Attachment as a protective factor in adolescent refugees’ experiences of trauma. Poster presentation at the national conference of the American Psychoanalytic Association, New York, NY. (Note: this poster received the 2011 Psychoanalytic Psychodynamic Research Society Award).

Blackwell, D., Cahill, C., Marzulli, L., (March, 2008) Counselor & Chaperone workshop. The 13th Annual Chicana/o, Latina/o High School conference, Movimiento Estudiantil chicana/Chicano de Aztlan (M.E.Ch.A), University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.

Bradley, M., Cahill, C. Marzulli, L., & Quijada, D. (May, 2009).Troubling the ‘troubled’ in ‘Troubled Youth.’ Troubled Youth Conference, Snowbird, UT.

Bradley, M. & Castañeda, D., (March, 2008). Easy Targets. The 13th Annual Chicana/o, Latina/o High School conference. Movimiento Estudiantil chicana/Chicano de Aztlan (M.E.Ch.A) University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.

Bradley, M., Corredor, C., & Zamora, C. (June, 2009). Lead, act, change —Youth activism in the curriculum, Free Minds, Free People, Houston, TX.

Burbank, M. D., & Hunter, R. (March, 2008). “Blurring the lines of expertise: Educational pathways through the Communities Together Advocacy Project”. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), New York.

Burbank, M. D., McCandless, R., & Bachman, M. (February, 2006). Collaborative networks and the role of site-based mentors in preparing paraprofessionals. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Association of Teacher Education (ATE), Atlanta, GA.

Burbank, M.D., Schrum, L. & McCandless, R. (2005). Partners in paraprofessional preparation: A pipeline to diversifying the teaching profession. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (AACTE), Washington, D.C.

Burbank, M. D., Watson, A., & Wiley, J. (2007). Parent advocacy programs: Linking communities, districts, and universities to better serve students and families. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Teacher Education (ATE), San Diego, CA.

Byrne, K. & Mohamed, A. (May, 2016). Community Voices for Housing Equality. Community-Campus Partnerships for Health 14th Annual International Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Byrne, K., Mohamed, A., & Magana, G.R. (October, 2015). Community Voices for Housing Equality. Utah Housing Matters Conference, Park City, UT.

Cahill, C. (June, 2007). A tale of Two Cities: Young people’s experiences of global change in New York and Salt Lake City. Symposium at the Environmental Design Research Association 38th annual conference, Sacramento, CA.

Cahill, C. (April, 2008). “Represent”-ing or reproducing vulnerabilities in participatory video research? American Association of Geographers, Boston, MA.

Cahill, C. (May, 2008). Opening up the can of worms: Ethical dilemmas in community-based participatory action research with young people: Understanding and shaping the city with children and youth. Keynote for The Ethics of Participatory Practice and the Practice of Ethical Participation International Colloquium, Université de Montréal. Centre de Recherché en Ethique de L’Université de Montréal, Créum.

Cahill, C. (March, 2009). “Why do they hate us?” Young people raise critical questions about the politics of race and immigration. Presentation at the meeting of the American Association of Geographers, Las Vegas, NV.

Cahill, C. (January, 2008). Participation, positionality and whiteness. Connecting People, Place, Participation, An international conference of participatory geographies, Collingwood College, Durham University, UK.

Cahill, C. (May, 2008). Praxis, Product & Policy: Community-based Participatory Action Research with Young People. Paper presented at the City & Regional Planning Symposium, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA.

Cahill, C. (May, 2008). Community participation and Urban Design. Paper presented at the City & Regional Planning Symposium, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA.

Cahill, C. (April, 2010). “Theorizing from the flesh”: Borderlands scholarship and the multicultural city. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Association of Geographers, Washington DC.

Cahill, C. (April, 2010). Town Hall: Nothing About Us Without Us! Engaging Youth Leadership in Public Education Decision-Making. Co-organizer of town hall at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Denver, CO.

Caitlin C., (April, 2010). Chair & Panelist. Embodied, emotional and affective geographies of participation. American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

Cahill, C., Bradley, M. and the GUi SLC Team. (June, 2007). Documenting (In)Justice: Youth Participatory Action Research and Video. Free Minds, Free People: A Conference on Education for Liberation, Chicago, IL.

Cahill, C., Bradley, M., Caraveo, S., Organista, J., & Mohamed, N, (January, 2008). Discrimination in Schools: Affects and Strategies for Resistance, & Where I stand: Piecing together a picture of identity. ASUU Conference on Social Awareness. University of Utah. January 2008.

Cahill, C., Bradley, M., & the GUi SLC Team. (June 2008) Preparing Immigrant Students for College under HB 144. Paper presented at Keeping the Edge: Pathways, perspectives, possibilities, Comprehensive Guidance and Counseling 2007 Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.

Cahill, C., Bradley, M. and the GUi SLC Team. (2007). Preparing Immigrant Students for College under HB 144. Keeping the edge: Pathways, perspectives, possibilities. Comprehensive Guidance and Counseling Annual Conference. Salt Lake City, UT.

Cahill, C., Bradley, M. and the GUi SLC Team. (March 2008). From talk to action: Youth researchers engage in critical dialogues towards change. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New York.

Cahill, C. Bradley, M. Prazen, A., Targino, R. & the GUi SLC Research team (Larissa Esquivel; Joel Organista; Maria Valerio; Jessica Sandberg; Naima Mohamed; Kanesha Winston). (June, 2008) Documenting (In) Justice: Participatory research and video. Free Minds Free People, Chicago, IL.

Cahill, C. & GUi SLC team. (June, 2009). Youth Participatory Action Research for Social change: Moving from Research to Transformative Action. Free Minds-Free People conference, Houston, TX.

Caitlin, C., Quijada, D. A. & Bradley, M. (April, 2010). Dreaming of and struggling for education: The aspirations, rights and everyday exclusions of undocumented students. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

Castaneda, D., Esquivel, L., & Valerio, M. (July/August, 2008). Easy Targets (Los Vulnerables) – Facilitating higher education for undocumented students through Participatory Action Research. Paper presented at Mujeres (Re)member: Creating Spaces of (Be)longing Across Latinidades and Indigenismas, Annual MALCS Summer Institute, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.

D’Astous, V. Wright, C., Wright, S., Diener, M. & Dunn, L. (July, 2012). Enhancing Family Connections via Technology for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Paper presented at the International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Delgado Bernal, D. (March, 2006). Educational empowerment through partnerships and community knowledge. Invited presentation to the Latino Education Summit at University of California, LA.

Delgado Bernal, D. (March, 2009). Identity, Social Connectedness, and “Talking Back”: Analyzing First-Year Experiences of Students of Color. Keynote at the Utah System of High Education Retention Conference in Salt Lake City, UT.

Delgado Bernal, D. (May, 2009). Using CRT to Inform and Analyze First-Year Experiences of Students of Color. Paper presented at the annual Critical Race Studies in Education conference in Tucson, AZ.

Delgado Bernal, D. (November, 2009). Community Engaged Scholarship with Latina/o youth and Families: Crossing, Community, and Discursive Borders. Keynote for Hispanic Heritage Celebration at the University of Wyoming in Laramie, WY.

Delgado Bernal, D., Alemán, E. & Flores, J. (April 2007). An analysis of the grassroots partnership-Adelante: A College Awareness and Preparatory Partnership. Research panel presented at the National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies conference in San Jose, CA.

Delgado Bernal, D. & Garavito, A. (May 2009). Un Sitio y Una Lengua in Higher Education: The Hyphenated Lives of Latina/o Undergraduate Students. Paper presented at the International Conference on the Life and Work of Gloria Anzaldúa, San Antonio, TX.

Delgado Bernal, D. & Villalpando, O. (October 2005). Guiding principles of LatCrit praxis: A collaborative project for educators. Paper presented at the Latina/o Critical Theory (LatCrit) Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Delgado Bernal, D. & Villalpando O. (October 2006). Adelante: Using LatCrit Scholarship and Praxis to Negotiate Our Personal, Professional, and Communal Identities. Paper presented as part of the research symposium, Critical Race Scholar-Partners of Color Working and Living in Utah: Research, Activism, and Praxis in Higher Education and K-12 Settings, at the Latina/o Critical Theory (LatCrit) Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Dunn, L., Wright, C., Diener, M. (October, 2011). 10th Annual SSO: USA Research Conference, Park City, UT.

Dyer, J. (February, 2015). Obstetrical and Infant Outcomes for African-born Women in Utah, United States: 2002-2008, Migration Policy Institute Symposium, Washington, DC.

Dyer, J. (September, 2015). Birth Outcomes of African Born Black Women in Utah, 2009-2012. 2015 Maternal Child / Urban MCH Leadership Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.

Dyer, J. (2015). Disconnected: Somali Refugees and U.S. Healthcare Providers. Western institute of Nursing 48th Annual Communicating Research Conference, Albuquerque, NM.

Dyer, J. (March, 2016). Translational Research: Community Impact. Keynote, Roseman University Research Symposium, South Jordan, UT.

Dyer, J., & Baksh, L. (2013). Perinatal Outcomes of African-born Women in Utah 2002-2008. National Perinatal Association 2013 Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT.

Dyer, J., & Poudel, B. (May, 2013). Contraceptive Beliefs of Bhutanese Refugee Women. American College of Nurse Midwives Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, NM.

Dyer, J and Poudel, B. (2013) Contraceptive Beliefs of Bhutanese Refugee Women, Region V, American College of Nurse Midwives Research Mini-Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.

Dyer, J., & Tecle, A. (April, 2015). Unique Challenges and Great Rewards. 2015 Utah Conference for Public Health, Salt Lake City, UT.

Felker, J., Bachman, M., Burbank, M. D., & Smith, D. (2009). Teacher recruitment scholarship program: A collaborative pipeline initiative for ethnic minority and first-generation students. National Conference on Students in Transition, Salt Lake City, UT.

Freeman, P. C., Bettmann, J. E., & Penney, D. (April, 2011). Somali refugees’ perceptions of mental illness. Poster presentation at the Western Institute of Nursing Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Hafner, M., & Burbank, M.D. (October, 2006). Building interdisciplinary, collaborative partnerships: Reflections on our work with YES! Invited presentation for the University of Utah’s Counseling Center, Salt Lake City, UT.

Hafner, M. Burbank, M. D., Hunter, R. (2007). Establishing collaborative school-family-community relationships: An interdisciplinary approach to leadership preparation. The American Educational Research Association (AERA), Chicago, IL.

Hollister, T. L., Hart S., Evershed. S., & Kiuhara, D., (February, 2013). Developing an Engaged Degree Program. 2013 Utah Campus Compact Moab Faculty Retreat, Moab, UT.

Hunter, R. (October, 2005). The UNP Hartland Community Center: A university-community partnership fostering reciprocal relationships and capacity building in a multicultural environment. Alliance of Universities for Democracy, Sixteenth Annual Conference, Yalta, Ukraine.

Hunter, R. (November, 2005). The UNP Hartland Community Center: Serving the needs of immigrant and refugee populations in Utah. University of Utah, College of Social Work, International Human Rights Day, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Hunter, R. (March, 2006). Social Work Practice with Immigrant and Refugee populations in Utah. University of Botswana, Gaborone, Botswana.

Hunter, R, Arvizo, J., Barajas, M., Schmit, K., Yanagui, A. (May, 2010) University Neighborhood Partners (UNP). Panel presented at the annual Critical Race Studies in Education Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Hunter, R., Mai, T., Phorano, O., & Hollister, L. (October, 2007). University Neighborhood Partners: Creating Opportunities for Healthcare and Social Work Education. Council on Social work Education 53rd Annual program meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Hunter, R. & Munro, S. (June, 2007). Reciprocal Relationships: Defining community-based research at the Hartland Apartment Complex. The Institute for Community Research, Annual Conference: Community-Based Collaborative Research for Social Justice. Hartford, CT.

Lopez Guerrero, J. (May, 2012). Keynote speech delivered at Engaging Families and Communities to Support School Success, Utah Afterschool Networks conference, Westminster, SLC, UT.

Mai, T., and Schmit, K. (February, 2011) Political and Social Spaces for Immigrant Integration: A Case Study. Presented at Transcultural Cities Symposium, Seattle, WA.

Mai, T., Schmit, K., & Munro, S. (February, 2009), Community and Change: A University Neighborhood Partners Think Tank. Presented at Utah Campus Compact Conference on Civic Engagement, St. George, UT.

Mangun, K. (August, 2012), Community Engagement in the Classroom. Invited presentation, Center for Teaching & Learning Excellence Teaching Symposium, The University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.

Mohamed, A., & Schmit, K. (April, 2012). Assessing Community Services for Tenants. Paper presented at the Utah National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials, Midway, UT.

Mohamed, A., & Taddie, K. (2012). Bridging Communities and Schools: A Model of Commnity and Parent-Led Dialogue. Presented at the Community Schools National Forum, “Scaling Up School and Community Partnerships: The Community Schools Strategy,” San Francisco, CA.

Munro, S., Timberlake, M., & Breinholdt, M. (April, 2005). The Westside Leadership Institute: A University Neighborhood Partners Initiative. Paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the Urban Affairs Association, Salt Lake City, UT.

Porter, S. (January, 2011). What Shapes the Questions We Ask: Engaged Historical Studies. Paper presented at the American Historical Association, Boston, MA.

Quijada, D., Cahill, C., Bradley, M., Castañeda, D., Gonzalez, Y., & Romero, M. (February, 2009). Moving Beyond Cardboard Caricatures: Young and Old People Working for Change Through Participatory Action Research. 30th Annual Ethnography in Education Research Forum, Ethnography for Social Justice in Education. Philadelphia, PA.

Quijada, D., Cahill, C., & Bradley, M. (June, 2009). More than MySpace, Blogging, and Mapping: Youth (Re)Working Activism and Community Building. Free Minds, Free People, Houston, TX.

Sheikh, K., Diener, M. L., & Whitesal, S. (January, 2013). University Neighborhood Partners Youth Leadership Committee: Providing a Voice for Somali Youth. Panel Discussion presented at the Conference on Social Awareness, Salt Lake City, UT.

Schmit, K., Mohamed, A., & Smith, Y. (2006). Refugee Students in Public Schools: Opportunities, Challenges, and Successes at Salt Lake City, Utah. Education Association Conference, “The Needs of All Learners; Closing the Achievement Gap.”

Smith, Y. (September, 2006). Facing White Privilege with Health Professions Students in Utah. Race & Pedagogy: National Conference at the University of Puget Sound, in Tacoma, Washington.

Smith Y. (October 2006 ). Impact of Institutional Policy & Social Capital on the Occupations and Quality of Life of Somali Bantu Refugees. Presented at the Society for the Study of Occupation: USA’s Fifth Annual Research Conference, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO.

Smith, Y. (October, 2006). Refugee Students in Public Schools: Opportunities, Challenges and Successes. Panel member, Utah Education Association Convention, Salt Lake City, UT.

Smith, Y. (October, 2006.). Occupational Therapy in a Non-traditional Setting. Utah Occupational Therapy Association’s Conference, Division of Occupational Therapy, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.

Smith, Y. (2006). Refugee Students in Public Schools: Opportunities, Challenges and Successes. Panel member, The Power to Name: Education for Diversity Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.

Smith, Y. (April, 2007). Facing White Privilege with Health Professions Students in Utah. Paper presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association 87th Annual Conference and Expo, St. Loius, MO.

Smith, Y. (2007). Participation Prospects and Challenges for Immigrants: Insights from Research, Education, and Practice. Panel member, AOTA Conference, St. Louis MO.

Smith, Y. (June, 2008).Visiting Ma La Refugee Camp: Field Research on the Thailand/Burma Border Experience. Panel member, World Refugee Day Celebration 2008, Salt Lake City, UT.

Smith, Y. (March, 2009). Cross-Cultural Interactions of OT Students in Refugee Transitions. Panel member, Society for Applied Anthropology 69th Annual Meeting, Santa Fe, NM.

Smith, Y. (April, 2009). Community-based Partnerships: The Role of OT in Refugee Transitions. Invited panel member, AOTA International Forum: Immigration-Meeting the Needs of Clients and Colleagues New to the US, AOTA Conference, Houston, TX.

Smith, Y. (May, 2010). Restoration of the Occupation of Weaving for Karen Refugee Women in the United States. World Federation for Occupational Therapists Conference, Santiago, Chile.

Smith, Y. (June, 2014). Life Skills Training with Occupational Therapy: Impact on Function in Everyday Activities and Mental Health for Former Refugees. 4th Annual North American Refugee Health Conference on Role of OT in refugee resettlement. (One of two “Abstract Winners”), Rochester, NY.

Smith, Y. (April, 2016). Karen Youth Transitions: Traditional Dance as a Vehicle for Identity Construction & Social Engagement. Poster presented at the Australian Society of Occupational Scientists Symposium 2016, Auckland, NZ

Smith, Y., & Munro, S. (March, 2007). Investigation and Action with Somali and Other Refugees in Salt Lake City: Challenges of Community-based Research Drawing on Occupational Therapy and Anthropology. Departments of Occupational Therapy and Anthropology, University of Utah.

Smith, Y., Black, M., Gupta, J, Nigam, & Smet, N. (April, 2015). Community-Based Practice with Refugees and Survivors of Torture: Innovations in Academia, Practice, and Student Fieldwork. AOTA 95th Annual Conference, Nashville, TN.

Smith, Y, & Munro, S. (March, 2008). Contemporary Gentrification: Resettled Only to be Displaced Again. Paper presented at the 68th Annual meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology: The Public Sphere and Engaged Scholarship. Memphis, TN.

Topuzova, L. & Hunter, R. (October, 2012). Co-creating Curriculum with Leaders of Immigrant and Refugee Experience. Presentation at the International Leadership Association (ILA) Conference, Denver, CO.

Warriner, D., Smith, Y., Maturana, R., & Schmit, K. (Fall, 2006). Refugee Students in Public Schools: Opportunities, Challenges, and Successes. Teacher Training Workshop at the Salt Lake School District, Salt Lake City, UT.

Weir, P. (2005). Reducing ER Visits Through On-Site Health Screening, Education, and Referral for Primary Care Service.” Primary Care Research Center.

Wright, S., D’Astous, V., Wright, C., & Diener, M. (November, 2012). Grandparents of Grandchildren with Autism Spectrum Disoder (ASD): Strengthening Relationships Through Technology Activities. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Soceity of America, San Diego, CA.

Wright, C., Diener, M., Wright, S., Dunn, L., Gross, S., Wyman, T., Linnell, L., & Newbold, K. (November, 2011). Digital engagement: Using technology to facilitate prosocial and creative skills in children on the autism spectrum. Workshop presented at the annual conference of the National Association for the Education of Young Children, Orlando, FL.

Wright, C., Wright, S., D’Astous, V., Diener, M., & Dunn, L. (November, 2011). Technology and intergenerational relationships among children with autism. Paper presented at the annual conference of the National Council on Family Relations, Orlando, FL.

Yanagui, A., & Kuttner, P. J. (October, 2016). Parent Power: A Dialogue Across Contexts. Presentation at the annual meeting of Imagining America, Milwaukee, WI.

Zambrana, I. G., & Oostema, C. (April, 2016). West Side Design Studio workshop. Workshop presented at the 2016 Latinos in Action Youth Leadership Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.



 

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