Elizabeth Patterson Roe

Education

  • Ph.D. in Social Work, Memorial University, School of Social Work, 2015
  • Masters in Social Work, church social work concentration, Roberts Wesleyan College, 2001
  • B.A. Social Work, Mount Vernon Nazarene University, 1998

Experience

  • 2019-present, Chair, Professor of Social Work, Malone University
  • 2012-2019, Associate Professor of Social Work, Malone University
  • 2007-12, Assistant Professor of Social Work, Malone University
  • 2006-09, U.S. liaison for the Veritas Romanian Studies Program
  • 2001-06, Coordinator of Social Services, Ventas, Educator, Romanian Studies Program

Recent Scholarly Work

  • Roe, Elizabeth Patterson (2019). An anti-oppressive model for international practicums. Field Educator. 9(1). pp. 1-27.
  • Hagues, Rachel. & Roe, Elizabeth Patterson (2018). Introduction to Welcoming the Sojourner. Social Work and Christianity. 45(3). pp. 3-9.
  • Roe, Elizabeth P. & Bushnell, Jenny. (2018). Refugee Empowerment and Faith Communities: A Qualitative Study. Social Work and Christianity. 45(3). pp. 35-54.
  • Roe, Elizabeth Patterson & Ulmer, Kara (November, 2018). Empowering refugees to be rooted in place. Peer reviewed presentation at the National Christian Community Development Association Conference, Chicago, IL. 
  • Roe, Elizabeth Patterson & Endicott, Lanny (October, 2018). Incarnational Living: Ethical Implications for Social Workers. Peer reviewed presentation at NACSW National Conference, Hartford, CT.
  • Roe, Elizabeth Patterson (November, 2017). Developing an empowering model of refugee resettlement. Peer reviewed presentation at the NACSW National Conference, Charlotte, NC.
  • (2016) “International Social Work: A Faith Based, Anti-Oppressive Approach, 5th edition.” In Scales, T.L.  & Kelly, M.S. (Eds.) Christianity and social work: Readings on the integration of Christian faith and social work practice. Botsford: NACSW
  • (2016) How does Christian community development impact a community?  Peer reviewed presentation at the NACSW National Conference, Cincinnati, OH.
  • (2015). Faith Perspectives on International Practicums. Peer reviewed presentation at NACSW National Conference, Grand Rapids, MI.
  • (2014). How can international social work practicums benefit participants? A Qualitative study. Peer reviewed presentation at The Association of Baccalaureate Program Directors Annual Program Meeting.
  • (2012) “International Social Work: A Faith Based, Anti-Oppressive Approach,” In Scales, T.L. & Kelly, M.S., (Eds.), 4th edition. Christianity and social work: Readings on the integration of Christian faith and social work practice (p. 371-386). Botford: NACSW
  • (2004) “Globalization and Social Work Practice in Romania” in Tan, Ngoh Tiong, Rowlands Allison (Eds.), Social Work Around the World III: Globalization, Social Welfare and Social Work (pp. 61-94), Auckland, Australia: International Federation of Social Workers.
  • (2004) “Offering hope in Romania: Efforts to empower through cross-cultural social work”: Social Work and Christianity, Summer, Vol. 31, 2.

Teaching Assignments

  • The College Experience
  • Community and Organizational Development
  • Field Seminar
  • Global Practice
  • Human Behavior and the Social Environment
  • Introduction to the Profession and Practice of Social Work
  • Professional Issues and Social Work