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Education

 Loyola University Chicago

   Graduate School of Social Work
   Doctoral Program in Clinical Social Work (October 1993 to May 1999)
   DSW, Clinical Social Work
   Doctoral Field Practicum in Bowen Family Systems Theory & Therapy at
   the Family Service Center
   Graduate Fellowship awarded
   Dissertation titled: Helping Korean Immigrant Families to Change
   Child Abuse Problem: A Postmodern Multicultural Language Systems 
   Perspective

 Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea

   Graduate School of Social Science (March 1987 to February 1990)
   Departmemt of Social Welfare
   MSWW. Social Work Method
   Thesis titled: A Case Study of the Application of Congnitive-Behavioral
                         Approach  to Family Treatment in Social Work
   Graduate Honor Scholarship awarded

   Graduate School of Social Science (March 1982 to February 1987)
   Department of Social welfare 
   Completion of Graduate Program. Social Welfare Policy
   Field Practicum in Underprivileged Women Welfare Policy at YWCA of
   Seoul, Korea.
   Graduate Honor Scholarship/Teaching Assistant Fellowship awarded

 Catholic University of  Korea, Seoul, Korea 

   Department of Social Work (March 1978 to February 1982)
   BSW. Generalist Social Work
   Field Practice in Group Social Work Theory & Practice with Youth
   Bachelor Treatise titled: A Study of Characteristics of Teenager Group
   Activity Program at YWCA of Seoul, Korea
   Honor Scholarship, Fellowship, &Outstanding Scholarship awarded

 


INSTRUCTION

 

 Courses taught

 
California State University, Chico                                                             
August 2000 to Present

School of  Social Work 

Assistant Professor              

Fall 2001

·   BSW courses taught

            289A-2/SWRK 290A-2- Field Seminar

·    MSW course

            SWRK 301-1-Human Behavior & the Social Environment

 

Summer 2001

SOCI 154-11S -Interethnic Contacts

 

Spring 2001

             SWRK 202-1- Human Behavior and the Social Environment 

             SWRK 245-3- Social Work Method II

    SWRK-199c-03 Special Problems

 

Fall 2000

            SWRK 100-2- Multicultural Awareness for Human Service

            SWRK 202-1- Human Behavior and the Social Environment 

            SWRK 235-3- Social Work Method I

 
University of Texas, Pan American                                                     August, 1998 to May 2000
Lecturer

Spring 2000 

              SocW 3335-  Women’s Issues in Social Work

              SocW 2333.01- Human Behavior and the Social Environment II 

              SocW 3353.01- Research for Social Services

              SocW 3323.01- Social Work Practice II

 

Fall 1999

               SocW  1313.03- Introduction to Social Work Profession

               SocW  2323.01- Human Behavior and the Social Environment I 

               SocW  3323.02- Social Work Practice I

               SocW  3324.01- Social Work Practice II

Summer 1999

               SocW 3335-  Women’s Issues in Social Work

 

Spring 1999 (workload 12 hours)

               SocW 2333.01- Human Behavior and the Social Environment II 

               SocW 3324.01- Social Work Practice II

               SocW 6300.02- Human Behavior and the Social Environment I 

 

Fall 1998  (Workload 12 hours) 

              SocW 2323.01- Human Behavior and the Social Environment II 

              SocW 3324.01- Social Work Practice II

              SocW 6300.01- Human Behavior and the Social Environment I 

 

The Family Service Center, Wilmette IL.                                                   January 1995 to May 1998

Korean American Parenting Education Training Program 
Instructo
r                                                                                                                 

Grant writing for Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) Child Abuse Preventive

 Community Intervention Program/Program Evaluation Report to DCFS; Classes taught: Comparative

 Overview of Cultural Value Difference in Child Rearing Practice/Parenting, Family Life Cycle & Immigrant Family

 Stress, Emotional/Affective Process, and Family Communication Process; Effective Conversational Dialogue Theory and Practice. 

International Post-Graduate Training Program: Bowen Family Systems Theory & Practice  

1996 to Aug. 1997


Faculty
                                                                                                                                     

Taught: Family Emotional Process of  Domestic Violence and  Child Abuse

From a Natural Systems Perspective; Clinical Practice/Supervision

 

Seo-Won University. Seoul, Korea.               
Instructor
                                                                                                                       1992  to 1993

Undergraduate Course Taught: Family Counseling (I & II)

 

Seoul Theology University. Seoul, Korea. 
Instructor
                                                                                                                       1992  to 1993

Undergraduate Course Taught: Clinical Seminar

 

YWCA. Seoul, Korea.
Instructo
r
                                                                                                                       1992  to 1993

Continuing Education Program Taught: Family Counseling (I & II)

 

Christ Theology University. Seoul, Korea.
Instructor
                                                                                                May 1992  to  October 1992 

Undergraduate Course Taught: Introduction to Social Welfare

 

The Family Therapy Institute of Korea. Seoul, Korea.
Instructor
                                                                                                                       1990  to 1992

Parenting Seminar Taught: Psychodynamic theories; Family systems theory.

International Theology School. Seoul, Korea.
Instructor
                                                                                                                      1988  to  1989

Undergraduate Course Taught: Introduction to Social Welfare/Social Work; Child Welfare

 

 Workshops, Conferences, Training, Meeting attended  

2001 (November 7) Using mind maps to assess and improve student learning. The CELT, CSU, Chico. 

2001 (November 2) Improving interaction in our courses. Faculty Roundtable, TILT, CSU, Chico. 

2001(November 2) A Workshop for Faculty Teaching GE Courses. CSU, Chico.

2001 (October 26) A Web Resources for Teaching Data Analysis in the Social Sciences and Building 

                             Quantitative Thinking Skills. The CELT, CSU, Chico.     

2001 (October 24) Exploring the roots of violence. CSU, Chico. 

2001 (October 16) Get-Together Meeting with Anne Fadiman, author of “The Spirit Catches You and

                              You  Fall down”. CSU, Chico.  

2001 (October 15) The Asian Americans Studies Program Advisory Committee meeting. CSU, Chico.

2001 (September 28) On Campus Research Opportunities for BSS session. CSU, Chico.

2001 (September 20-21) The 7th Annual CELT Conference, CSU, Chico.

2001(September 19) The Multicultural and Gender Studies Community Advisory Board meeting to plan

                                the Day for Young Men project on Oct. 11-12, CSU, Chico.     

2001 (August 31) BSS Faculty/Staff Welcome Back meeting

2001 (Spring) Writing across the curriculum workshop: Responding to student writing

2001 (Spring) Beginning Web-Site Creation/ Web-CT trainings, CSU, Chico. 

2001 (April) The Butte County Interagency Children’s Services Coordinating Council Meeting

2001 (March 20)  Consultation, NAPAFASA Northern California Region Representative, Taz Theum. 

2001 (March 13)  GE Learning Outcome Assessment Workshop, CSU, Chico. 

2001 (March, April, May)  Social Worker’s Meeting at the Chico NASW Unit. 

2001 (March 6)  Responding to Student Writing Workshop. CSU, Chico. 

2001 (February 14)  SIS + Training for academic adviser of BSW program students

2001 (February 12)  Workshop For the Internal Funding opportunity.  The Office of  Sponsored 

                               Programs, CSU, Chico. 

2001 (January 29, February 12, February 26)  Strategic Planning Workshop for  the School of Social

                                                                     Work  Faculty and Staffs.

2001 (January 31)  Pursuing External Funding in the Behavioral and Social Science. The Office of

                              Sponsored  Programs, CSU, Chico.  

2000 (November 29)  Breaking the Cycle of Youth Violence. Presented by Hernandez. CSU, Chico.

2000 (November 15)  New Employee Safety Training. Department of Environment Management, Health/ 

                                 Safety, CSU, Chico.    

2000 (November)  Substance Abuse Awareness on Campus. CADEC, CSU, Chico. 

2000 (November 9) Video Conference on Keeping Children with Disabilities in their Home by Richard   

                              Salsgiver. CSU, Chico.

2000 (October 12-15)  Soul to Soul II: “Women, Spirituality, and Health”, 

                        Center for Women and Religion Biennial Conference, Oakland, CA.

2000 (September 22)  Outstanding Teacher and Outstanding Academic Advisor Award Lectures. CSU,

                                  Chico.  

2000 (September 21-22)  Six Annual 2000 CELT Conference: Excellence in Learning and Teaching.

                                        CSU, Chico. 

2000 (September 20)  Workshop on Writing Successful Internal Grant Proposals. CSU, Chico.  

2000 (September 17)  Defensive driver training program, The State of California. CSU, Chico.

2000 (September 13)  RTP Workshop, CSU, Chico.

2000 (September 7)  The College of Behavioral and Social Sciences Reception. CSU, Chico.

2000 (August 31)  Building Bridges Speaker Series. Cecil Williams. CSU, Chico.

2000 (August 17)  New Tenure Track Faculty Orientation. CSU, Chico.

 


PROFESSIONAL GROWTH AND ACHIEVEMENT 

 

· Publications

     Kui-Hee Song  and  Sung Sil Lee Sohng (in press)  Culturally competent practice with Korean immigrant  Children and Families. In Rowena Fong (Eds.) Culturally competent practice with immigrant children and families (chapter 5). Guilford Press.   

     Kui-Hee Song (2000, April)  Helping Korean immigrant families to change child abuse problem: A Postmodern multicultural-language systems perspective. [On-line] www.panam.edu/dept/sponpro/whatsNew/ColloquiumSeries.html. Abstract from: Graduate Programs and Research Faculty Colloquium Series.

     Kui-Hee Song (1999, August)   Helping Korean immigrant families to change child abuse problem: Postmodern multicultural-language systems perspective.  Symposium on Child Abuse Problem In Korea (pp. 21-39). Boo-Cheon: Child Abuse Prevention Association of Korea. 

     Kui-Hee Song  (1999, May)  A case analysis of Korean ‘Han’ in dialogical assessment of child abuse. (abstract).  Conference conducted at the Eighth Annual Conference of Global Awareness Society International,   New Orleans, LA.

     Kui-Hee Song  (1998, May)  A Dialogue as a component of clinical change in child abuse problem. (abstract). Conference conducted at the Seventh Global Awareness Society International Annual, Istanbul, Turkey.

     Kui-Hee Song (1997 (May)  A postmodern landscape toward transformation: CPS Korean immigrant client voices in Globalization.” (abstract) Conference conducted at the Sixth Global Awareness Society International Annual, Montreal, Canada.

     Kui-Hee Song  & Kim, Jee Eun (1984)  Guide for Selection of University in Korea. Seoul, Korea: Eul-Ji Publication.

 
· Manuscripts

     Kui-Hee Song (9/13/2001)  Organization Redesign in Child Protective Services System: The Shasta County Model of Local Interagency Network for Children and Family Services (LINCS). Manuscript out for call for abstracts (Journal of Child Welfare: A Special Issue of Child Welfare in Rural Community.

Manuscript out for call for abstracts (Journal of Child Welfare: A Special Issue of Child Welfare in Rural Community).

     Kui-Hee Song (Present)  Helping Korean immigrant families to change child abuse problem: A Postmodern multicultural language systems perspective. Manuscript out for peer–review for publication.
     Kui-Hee Song (Present)  Understanding collaborative linguistic approach to help Korean immigrant families to resolve child abuse problem: A qualitative case study. Manuscript out for peer-review for publication.
     Kui-Hee Song (Present)  Empowering the Unspoken Voices of a Battered Woman: An Indigenous Korean American Feminist Perspective. Manuscript out for peer-review for publication.
 
· Selected Presentations

     Kui-Hee Song  (2000, November 28)  Border lives: Prostitute women in Tijuana, Mexico. Paper presented at  the International Forum on International Sex Trade, California State University, Chico.   

     Kui-Hee Song (2000, April)  Helping Korean immigrant families to change child abuse problem: A Postmodern multicultural-language systems perspective. Paper presented at Faculty Colloquium Series, the University of Texas-Pan American, Division of Academic Affairs/Graduate Programs and Research.    

     Kui-Hee Song (1999, August)   Helping Korean immigrant families to change child abuse problem: Postmodern multicultural-language systems perspective. Presented at the Graduate School of Social Welfare Conference, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea.

     Kui-Hee Song (1999, August)   Helping Korean immigrant families to change child abuse problem: Postmodern multicultural-language systems perspective. Paper presented at the Symposium on Child Abuse Problem In Korea, Community Social Welfare Center of Catholic University of Korea, Seoul, Korea.

     Kui-Hee Song  (1999, May)  A case analysis of Korean ‘Han’ in dialogical assessment of child abuse. Presented at the Eighth Annual Conference of Global Awareness Society International Annual, New Orleans LA/ Published at Conference Abstracts.

     Kui-Hee Song (1998, October)  Understanding of cultural similarities/differences in school system between Korean American families and American families. Presented at the First Korean American Parents-School Multicultural Orientation Program, Glenbrook North High School, Illinois.

     Kui-Hee Song  (1997, October)  Understanding cultural value differences between Korean immigrant families and American school system. Paper presented at the School District 28 Conference, Northbrook, IL. 

     Kui-Hee Song  (1997, August)  Cultural differences in family values and its implications for  working with  Korean immigrant families for American school staff. Paper presented at the Countryside Montessori School Staff Meeting, Northbrook, IL.

     Kui-Hee Song  (1997, May)  A postmodern landscape toward transformation: CPS Korean immigrant client voices in Globalization.  Paper presented at the Sixth Annual Conference of Global Awareness Society International Annual, Montreal, Canada and published Conference Abstracts.

     Kui-Hee Song  (1996, December)  Cultural value and child rearing practice differences  between Korean and America families. Paper presented at Glenbrook South High School Conference, Glenview, IL.

     Kui-Hee Song  (1996, October)  Asian/Korean American’s  cultural values and its implications for clinical practice. Paper presented at Loyola University Chicago Graduate School of Social Work. Ethnicity, Race and Culture 502. 

     Kui-Hee Song  (1996, June)  Understanding the Korean American Clients: The construction of meaning and  physical child abuse. Paper presented at University of Chicago, School of Social  Service and Administration. Culture and the self: Theories and implications for practice SSA 431. 

     Kui-Hee Song  (1996, May)  Korean immigrant’s cultural differences in the meaning of child rearing/child abuse and its implications for practices. Paper presented at the Training of Youth Service Agency Practitioners, Winnetka, IL.

     Kui-Hee Song  (1995)  A case presentation of  Korean immigrant family with physical child abuse: From the perspective of  Bowen Family Systems Theory and Practice. Paper presented at the Family Service Center Practitioner Meeting, Wilmette, IL.

      Kui-Hee Song  (1991, November) Family problems and family counseling. Paper presented at the Korean  Continuing  Education  Center Program, Seoul, Korea.

     Kui-Hee Song  (1991, July)   Korean family problems and  implications for clinical practice. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of Korean Association of Family Management School, Seoul, Korea. 

 

·  External Research Grant Proposals

2002 (February 19 to 2003 August 31)  $ 82,242 funded by the Shasta County Department of Social

                       Services for A Program Evaluation of Local Interagency Network for Children and

                       Family Services in Shasta County Department of Social Services.

2000 (April)  $ 200 granted to present a paper, “Helping Korean immigrant families to change child 

                       abuse problem: Postmodern multicultural language systems perspective.” At the 

                       Faculty Colloquium Series, Division of Academic Affairs/Graduate Programs/

                       Research, University of Texas-Pan American. 

1999 (November) Alternative holistic intervention for the control of diabetes symptoms Research

                             proposal submitted for Federal Government grant. In conjunction with VillaSol 

                             Holistic Health Center, McAllen, Texas

1999 (November)  Working centered program and empowerment. Research project submitted for Texas

                              State Department of Human Services grant In conjunction with VillaSol Holistic 

                              Health Center,  McAllen, Texas

1999 (August)  $ 250 granted to present a paper, “ Helping Korean immigrant families to change

                          child abuse problem: Postmodern multicultural language systems perspective.” At the

                          Symposium on Child Abuse Problem in Korea, Community Social Welfare Center of

                         Catholic University of Korea, Seoul, Korea. 

1999 (August)  $ 200 granted to present a paper, “Helping Korean immigrant families to change 

                         child abuse problem: Postmodern multicultural language systems perspective.” At the

                         Meeting of Graduate School of Social Welfare. Seoul National University, Korea.

1997 (May)   $ 250 granted to present a paper, “A postmodern landscape toward transformation: CPS

                       Korean  immigrant client voices in Globalization.”  Paper presented at the Sixth Annual

                      Conference of Global Awareness Society International Annual, Montreal, Canada.

1997(May) to 1998 (February)  $ 3, 000 granted from Department of Children and Family Services,

                                                 Illinois to conduct parenting education program evaluation in

                                                 the Family Service  Center, Wilmette, Illinois.       

 

·  Internal Research Grant Proposals

2002 (October 23)  $ 4,944 of the BSS Strategic Performance Funding awarded to support Graduate

                               Students  Assistantship for Teaching and Research.     

2001 (September 6)  $ 300 of The CELT Small Grant awarded to support the 3-day Asian Movie 

                                   Festival

2001 (January )  $ 780 of Associated Students Funding Proposal awarded to support An Asian 

                          Traditional Athletic Circle: Movement for Harmony.” 

2000  $ 1000 of 2000/2001 New Faculty Research Incentive Funds granted from CSU, Chico.

2000 (Oct. 12-15)  $ 600 of The CELT Small Grant awarded to support attended the Annual Soul 2 Soul

                             II: Women, spirituality, and health Conference of the Center for Women and Religion.

                              Oakland, California. 

2000 (October 10) Asian Community Needs Assessment Proposal submitted for CSU Research Grant 

                              for  Summer 2001. CSU, Chico.

2000 (October 10) Asian Community Needs Assessment Proposal submitted for Faculty Professional

                             Development Grant for Assistant and Associate Professors Spring 2001. CSU, 

                            Chico.

 

·  Workshops, Training, and Consultations provided   

2001 (September 5)  CSUC Field Instructor Orientation

2001 (July 28)  Consultation with CoMADRES Alliance 

2001 (March 29, May 3, June 20)  Local Interagency Network for Children and Families (LINCS)

                                                       program  Meetings at the Shasta County Department of Social

                                                       Services. 

2001 (March 6)  Responding to Student Writing Workshop. CSU, Chico. 

2001 (February 12)  For the Internal Funding opportunity. CSU, Chico. 

2001 (January 29, February 12, February 26) Strategic Planning Workshop for the School of Social

                                                                        Work  Faculty and Staffs, CSU, Chico.

2001 (January 31) Pursuing External Funding in the Behavioral and Social Science. CSU, Chico.  

2000 (September 20)  Workshop on Writing Successful Internal Grant Proposals. CSU, Chico.  

2000 (September 13)  RTP Workshop, CSU, Chico Campus. CFA presented. 

2000 (August 17)  New Faculty Orientation Workshop, CSU, Chico.

1999 (October)  Psychosocial Training for the “Orden de Nuestra Senora de la Caridad del Refugio.”

                          Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico.

1997 (April)  Korean American Families Problems and Dialogical Process. Workshop at the Canaan

                     Presbyterian Church Annual Family Retreat Program. Geneva, Wisconsin

 


Professional Service
 
·   Department, College, and University Committee served

 School of  Social Work 

 MSW program candidacy process commitment  

 MSW program admission committee

 Field Committee

 Honors Program Faculty Mentor

 BSW/MSW Program Curriculum Committee

 Community Advisory Committee

 Recruiting Committee

 Scholarship Committee

 MSW Program Evaluation Committee

 MSW Program Family/Youth/Children Specialization Curriculum Committee  College  

 Asian American Studies Program Advisory Committee

 Gender and Multicultural Studies Community Advisory Board  University

 Steering Committee for Asian Studies (Spring 2001 to Present)

  Educational Policies and Programs Committee  

 

·   Department, College, and University Committee chaired and led
School of Social Work 
MSW program evaluation committee chair 

University

Advisor for Korean Student Association.
      
 ·   Community Service Roles

Korean Presbyterian Church, Chico                                                             Sep. 2000 to Feb. 2001

Steering Committee Member 

Panning budget, programs, and leading bible study group.   

 

Family Support Center, Leading Our Volunteer Education, McAllen, Texas 
                                                                                                                           
Nov. 1999 to May 2000

A Board Member

Acting on a board member and secretary in board of directors

Working on grant writing for research on practice with veteran’s families and children,

as well as professional  training program.  

 

Korean Presbyterian Church, McAllen, Texas                                     October 1999 to May 2000

Korean Language School, McAllen, Texas

Director of Social Service Departments/Principal

Coordinating community services programs; Administering Korean language

school program for multi-racial group based research on community need an assessment;

parenting training; teacher training.

 

Institute for Psychodiagnostic Interventions & Services, Ltd.

Clinical Associate                                                                                        May 1997 to August 1997

Project titled: Development of multicultural assessment and intervention Measurement 

in DCFS/its related legal systems in Illinois  Conducting research on the linguistically-

culturally sensitivity to Asian American in DCFS and Criminal Justice System and its 

implications for  practice and policy

 

Loyola International Training Institute for Advanced Social Work Practitioners

School of Social Work Loyola University Chicago

Agency Coordinator                                                                                        June 1995 to June 1996

Assisting in field visits for the trainees from Seoul Korea.

 

The Family Service Center, Glenview, Wilmette, & Northbrook

1167 Wilmette Ave. Wilmette, IL  60091

Clinical Intern                                                                                                Jan. 1994  to Dec.1998 

Completion of the Doctoral internship practice with Asian American, Korean American clients.

Professional  Staff 

Providing direct clinical social work services for families, youth, and children as well as school-

based/school linked services, including developing /implementing parents school orientation 

programs and consulting school administrators, school staff, and  social workers  with the focus

on the cultural diversity /cultural sensitivity issues.

Program Coordinator 

 Providing educational training, coordinating/developing/planning parenting seminar, and

coordinating International Post-Graduate Training Program

Writing grant proposal on Illinois Department of Children and Families Services Child Abuse 

Prevention program.  

 

Korean American Women In Need in Chicago

Social Worker                                                                                          June 1994  to  October 1994

Providing advocacy , direct services, and clinical practice with battered women, children, 

and their families.

 

Community Welfare Center, Seoul, Korea                                                March 1992 to June 1992

A Director of Department of Family Welfare Social Work 

Providing supervision of BSW interns, developing/implementing family therapy/

clinical social work services, and developing  work skill development programs

for the low-income families and communities.   

A Director in A Board of Directors                                                                                1990  to  1993

Establishing the Institute status as corporate aggregate, implementing & directing 

government grant writing for family therapy academic seminar/workshop.  

 

Family Therapy Institute of Korea, Seoul, Korea.                                                      1986  to 1992

Clinical Intern                                                                                                                             

Completion of  the Post-Graduate Clinical Social Work & Family Therapy Training Program.

Chief  Clinical Staff                                                                                                                      

Providing training for the Post-Graduate Clinical Social Work & Family Therapy Program, 

practices with  individuals, couples, families, groups, and organizations/communities.

 

Rehabilitation Center for the Chronic Mental Illness, Seoul, Korea.                          1985 to 1987

Social worker

Providing individual and family counseling, group activities, and home visitation for 

the chronically mental illness patients.

 

YWCA Women’s Welfare Center, Seoul Korea                                          Mar. 1985 to Aug. 1985

Intern

Planning/developing/evaluating part-time work programs and services for the disadvantaged women.

 

·   Professional Organizations

     The Counsel of Social Work Education member                                                                2002 to Present

     The Korean American Subcommittee of Council of Social Work Educators member 1994  to Present

     Global Awareness Society International member                                                       1994  to Present