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She is also the co-founder of the Title IX Blog, an interdisciplinary resource for news, legal developments, commentary and scholarship about Title IX’s application to athletics and education.Before joining the WNEU faculty, Buzuvis clerked for Judge Thomas Ambro of the Third Circuit and practiced law at Goodwin Procter in Boston.Her current research projects measure college readiness in incarcerated students, and look at the education and internship experiences of human service students who were formerly incarcerated.Before her academic positions, Äikäs worked in a variety of mental health settings, including in a program providing support for formerly incarcerated people pursuing college degrees, as a senior case manager in halfway houses, as a mental health clinician in prisons, and as a counselor in children and family services.Before his academic career, Abukari was a community social worker and youth services advocate, and worked as a community organizer and trainer with nonprofits in Ghana on food security, agribusiness development, micro-credit and water and sanitation.Adjunct Assistant Professor Rose Marie Äikäs is a professor at CUNY-Queensborough Community College, where she teaches courses in criminal justice and social work.Adjunct Professor Erin Buzuvis is a professor at the Western New England University School of Law as well as the director of their Center for Gender & Sexuality Studies.

Even if you take cautionary steps such as using an email that your abuser cannot access or deleting stored information from your web browser, your abuser may be able to see what web sites you have been visiting and emails you have been sending.

She has been an adjunct professor at the Smith School for Social Work since 2009 and teaches Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Social Policy.

Lecturer Theresa Cain recently earned her doctorate from the Smith College School for Social Work.

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Ann Augustine is the assistant director of Service Net’s Northampton Clinic. As a SSW adjunct professor, she has taught the clinical practice sequence and Child Welfare Policy and Services. Her research interests include mental health and well-being with LGBT and multiracial families; increasing access to services for new parents, especially related to adoption, same-sex parenting and inter-racial families; school social work; and child and adolescent trauma. He has also trained in family therapy, multi-systemic therapy, adolescent and family DBT, and Gottman Method couples therapy.

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