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Jayme WaltersEntered PhD Program in 2016

Since receiving her MSW in 2008, Walters? primary professional focus has been in macro practice including non-profit management, program development, fundraising, grant writing, and administration.

Education

  • Bachelor of Social Work Degree, Southern Illinois University, 2007
  • Master of Social Work Degree, University of Georgia, 2008

 

Research Interests

  • Social workers as leaders and administrators
  • Effective development, management, and sustainment of non-profits and social services
  • Ethics and ethical problem solving and decision making among social workers
  • Philanthropy and funding issues for non-profits
  • Online social work education

 

Graduate Research Assistant

  • Independent research project: Assessing consulting services provided by Alliance for Better Nonprofits in Knoxville, Tennessee
  • Assisting with a secondary analysis of a published meta-analysis

 

Courses Taught

Brescia University, Owensboro, KY
Adjunct Instructor

  • SW 301: Human Behavior in the Social Environment I (Micro)
  • SW 302: Human Behavior in the Social Environment II (Macro)
  • SW 306: Practice II, Groups
  • SW 381: Ethical Decisions for Social Work Practice

Indiana University, Evansville/Indianapolis, Indiana
Field Instructor: Social Work Department

 

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Nugent, W.; Walters, J.E., & Yoon, S. (under review). Limitations of the meta-analysis of randomized clinical trials as a methodology for justifying evidence-based treatments: A secondary meta-analysis.

Book Reviews
Thyer, B.A. & Pignotti, M.G. (2015)., Science and pseudoscience in social work practice., New York: Springer Publishing, 299 pp., Research on Social Work Practice, July 2016; vol. 26: pp. 464-465, first published on November 29, 2015.

Periodicals

Walters, J. E. (2017). The strengths perspective in action. The New Social Worker.
http://www.socialworker.com/extras/social-work-month-2017/strengths-perspective-in-action/

Walters, J.E. (2017). Occupation: Social worker. The New Social Worker.
http://www.socialworker.com/extras/social-work-month-2017/occupation-social-worker/

 

Presentations

Walters, J.E. (2017). Competencies for Nonprofit Leaders as Identified by Organizational Stakeholders: A Systematic Review. Poster presentation, Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, October 20, 2017, Dallas, Texas.

Bargainer, R., Cooper, D., Jang,K., Nour, B., Paris, W. & Walters, J.E. (2017). Nursing Student Opinions About Xenotransplantation. Poster presentation, International Xenotransplantation Association Conference. September 20, 2017, Baltimore, Maryland.

Walters, J.E. (2017). Connecting social work and fundraising for practitioners. Oral presentation, The Network for Social Work Management?s Annual Management Conference, June 15, 2017, Fordham University.

Walters, J.E. (2017). Necessary skills, traits and knowledge for nonprofit leaders and managers as identified by nonprofit stakeholders. Poster presentation, The Network for Social Work Management?s Annual Management Conference, June 15, 2017, Fordham University.

Moore, A. & Walters, J.E. (2017). Incorporating gender responsive practices in the juvenile justice system. Oral presentation, 2017 National Title IV-E Roundtable, May 23, 2017, Arizona State University.

Walters, J.E. (2017). Social work & fundraising: Finding common ground. Oral presentation, Fifth Annual Social Work Symposium, April 21, 2017, University of Memphis.

Walters, J.E. (2017). Management and leadership competencies in nonprofit organizations. Poster presentation, Fifth Annual Social Work Symposium, April 21, 2017, University of Memphis.

Walters (Marler), J.E., Mann, J. & Panosh, K. (2008). Creativity and innovation workshop for Family Connection Region 5. Poster presentation, Service Learning Showcase, April 2008, University of Georgia.

Walters (Marler), J.E. (2007). Rural agency clinical research: One researcher's experience. Poster presentation, Illinois Rural Health Association Annual Conference, April 18, 2007, Springfield, Illinois.

Walters (Marler), J.E. (2007). Rural agency clinical research: One researcher's experience. Poster presentation, Undergraduate Research Forum, March 2017, Southern Illinois University.


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