Chiquitia L. Welch-Brewer

TitleAssistant Professor

DepartmentSocial Work and Sociology

Phone336-285-2299

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Emailclwelchb@ncat.edu

OfficeGibbs Hall
Room: 112-C

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Chiquitia L. Welch-Brewer

Education

Ph D: Social Work, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2007

Other: Social Work, Case Western Reserve University , 1996

MPA: Public Policy and Administration, University of Pittsburgh , 1995

BA: Social Work, Cleveland State University , 1993


Research Interests

1. Substance use/abuse and delinquency among girls 2. Gender sensitive programming for incarcerated girls 3. Risk behaviors among girls 4. Juvenile delinquency


Recent Publications

Tsagaris, George   Welch-Brewer, Chiquitia  (2015).  Teaching and Incorporating Practice Models in a Human Behavior in the Social Environment (HBSE) Course.   Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment.

Nsonwu, Maura  Welch-Brewer, Chiquitia  Heffron, Laurie  Lemke, Melinda  Busch-Armendariz, Noel  Sulley, Caitlin  Cook, Sharon  Lewis, Mary  Watson, Elizabeth  Moore, Wayne  Li, Jilan  (2015).  Development and Validation of an Instrument to Assess Social Work Students’ Perceptions, Knowledge, and Attitudes about Human Trafficking Questionnaire PKA-HTQ: An Exploratory Study..  In Bruce Thyer   Research on Social Work Practice/Sage.

Welch-Brewer, Chiquitia  (2011).  Examining the Psychosocial Functioning and Characteristics of Incarcerated Girls with a Substance Use Disorder.  (3,  28,  pp. 175-187).  Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal .

Welch-Brewer, Chiquitia  Stoddard-Dare , Patricia   Christopher , Mallett   (2011).  Race, Substance Abuse, and Mental Health Disorders as Predictors of Juvenile Court Outcomes: Do They Vary By Gender.  (3,  28,  pp. 229-241).  Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal .

Roberts-Lewis, Amelia  Welch-Brewer, Chiquitia  Jackson , Mary   Pharr , O.  (2010).  Assessing Change in Psychosocial Functioning of Incarcerated Girls with a Substance Use Disorder: Gender Sensitive Substance Abuse Intervention.  (7,  49,  pp. 479-494).  Journal of Offender Rehabilitation .