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Danya K. Krueger

Danya K. Krueger

Ph.D. student Danya K. Krueger served as a lead research associate at Boise State University’s School of Social Work and co-authored peer-reviewed publications and the state-funded “2021 Idaho Child Welfare Needs Assessment and Gaps Analysis” for the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare. Danya’s research interests concentrate on serving and improving the health and well-being of the healthcare workforce through prevention-based and community-engaged intervention research, the development and evaluation of second victim phenomenon programming, and the application of solution-focused brief therapy and evidence-based models for multidimensional wellness in healthcare settings.

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Ms. Hortense McClinton at the Hortense McClinton Legacy Scholarship dinner on May 14, 2022.

School honors social work trailblazer Hortense McClinton

Nearly 250 friends, family, UNC and community leaders, social workers, and School of Social Work faculty, staff...
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2019 UNC School of Social Work doctoral cohort

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UNC School of Social Work offers doctoral education leading to the Ph.D in Social Work. Graduates of our doctoral program...

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Students talk to faculty member Amy Levine about the School of Social Work.

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