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Jane Hoyt-Oliver

Jane Hoyt-Oliver

Contact Information:
330-471-8185
jholi...@malone.edu
Brehme Centennial Center 106

Professor of Social Work; Chair, Department of Social Work

Education:

Pine Manor College, BA, MSW Syracuse University
Ph.D. Case Western Reserve University

Experience

Social worker primarily in hospital, health care, and hospice settings.

Recent Scholarly Work

Publications:
(in process) "Implementing the University Mission through Service-Learning"   Chapter in Cooksey, M, Quick Hits for Service Learning" tentative publication date, fall, 2009
    (2008) Hoyt-Oliver, J. & Stoltzfus, K. "Current Issues in Rural Social Work Practice: Concerns Faced by Baccalaureate Programs"  BPD Online Update, Association of Baccalaureate Program Directors, ( Winter, 2008)
    (2006) "Being Nice or Being His" in Knott, R. A.  College Faith 3:150 Christian Leaders and Educators Share Faith Stories from Their Student Days. Berrien Springs, MI: Andrews University Press.
    (2005) "A Lesson Learned in My Journey of Faith" in Balash, A, (ed.) A Gathered Stillness: Devotional Thoughts from the Malone College Family.
Presentations:
9/15/09) "The Supervisor as Manager: Utilizing Ecosystems to Manage in a Bureaucratic World" Community Services of Stark County
(6/18/09) "Ethics 202: Agency Culture and it's impact on Practice" Wooster Hospital.
    (3/2/09) "Ethics 202: Agency Culture and it's impact on Practice" with Stephanie Bradford, LISW, Akron, OH.
    10/ 31/2008: "Ethics 202: Agency Culture and its Impact on Practice" with Stephanie Bradford, LISW, This workshop has been selected by NASW -OHIO to be recorded for home CEU use throughout the state of Ohio.
10/2007 "Creating and Maintaining an Ethical Agency Culture": with Stephanie Bradford, LISW Canton, OH.
5/2007 "Rural Poverty & Domestic Violence: Causes or Consequences?" with Rebecca Cline, ACSW, LISW, Avon Ohio
    10/2006: "Homeless Women in Rural Ohio: Understanding their Lives, Advocating for Social Change" OH- NASW Conference, Columbus, OH
    7/2005: "Homeless Mothers in Rural Ohio Communities: Investigating Issues of Child Custody, and Comparing Demographics to Previous Studies" National Rural Social Workers Annual Convention, Shepherdstown, WV.
    5/2005: "Ethics 101: Basics for Social Workers" with Stephanie Bradford, LISW, Stark State College
    1/2005: "Homeless in Ohio Rural Communities" Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University

Married to Rev. Dr. David M. Oliver, one grown child.



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