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MISTY L - Boise State University

    MISTY L. WALL, PhD, MSSW, LCSW

    CURRICULUM VITAE

    Boise State University

    School of Social Work

    1910 University Drive

    Boise, Idaho 83725-1940

    208-426-1711

    208-412-5128

    mistywall@boisestate.edu

EDUCATION

    2007 PhD, Social Work

    University of Texas at Arlington School of Social Work 2000 Masters of Science and Social Work (MSSW)

    University of Texas at Arlington School of Social Work

    Title IV-E Stipend Student

    1998 Bachelor of Social Work (BSW)

    University of North Texas

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

    ; Lesbian parenting ; Child welfare

    ; LGBT issues ; Adoption

    ; Qualitative research methods and oral histories

LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS

    2007 Licensed Clinical Social Worker (Idaho #29282)

    2003 Licensed Clinical Social Worker (Texas #35084) 2000 Certified PRIDE Trainer

    2000 Licensed Master Social Worker

ACADEMIC HONORS AND AWARDS

    2006 Nominated for inclusion in Who’s Who Among Students in

    American Universities and Colleges

    2006 Dean’s Promising PhD Student Scholarship

    2005 Dean’s Promising PhD Student Scholarship

    2005 Nominated for inclusion in Who’s Who Among Students in

    American Universities and Colleges

    2004 Selected for inclusion in Who’s Who Among Health and Mental

    Health Professionals

    2004 Dean’s Promising PhD Student Scholarship

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     PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

Wall, M. (2007). A model for policy analysis applied to the Goodridge case. Journal

    of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 19(2).

PUBLISHED BOOK CHAPTERS

Wall, M. (2007). A model for policy analysis applied to the Goodridge case. In

    Mercier, L. R., & Harold, R. D. (Eds.). Social Work with Lesbian Parent Families: Ecological Perspectives. Haworth Press.

RESEARCH REPORTS

Shacklee, H., Bigbee, J., & Wall, M. (2008). Grand Families Count In Idaho.

    Legislative Policy Brief. Idaho Kids Count.

Wall, M., Best, K. (2008). Foster Parent Knowledge of Health in Region 4. Idaho

    Department of Health and Welfare.

FUNDED SCHOLARSHIP

Boise State University SSPA Faculty Grant (2009, under review)

    $5000 grant under review to support an oral history project entitled Cry of the Poor: Voices from those living at the economic bottom.

Idaho Kids Count (2008)

    $500 grant to support collaborative creation of Grand Families Count in Idaho, a

    legislative policy report.

IASWR SUMMER RESEARCH WORKSHOP (2008)

    $900 grant from BSU start-up monies to enhance qualitative research skills via a

    summer research workshop on the use of qualitative software, ATLAS-ti.

    Department Research Support Grant (2009)

    Approximately $3000 given to support summer research conducted by faculty and professional support.

     GRANTS NOT AWARDED

Idaho Department of Health and Welfare (2009)

    $5000 grant promised (but rescinded due to 2009 budget cuts) to explore the role of

    equine therapy in supporting meaningful changes in family functioning among high-

    risk families.

Boise State University SSPA Faculty Grant (2008)

    $275 grant to support virtual paper presentation in Annual International Social

    Science Conference, Monash University Centre, Prato, Tuscany, Italy.

Boise State University SSPA Faculty Grant (2008)

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    $2000 grant to support faculty acquiring summer student support during nursing/social work collaboration research project regarding foster parents

    knowledge of health issues for children placed in their homes.

SCHOLARSHIP IN PROGRESS

The Cry of the Poor: Voices from Those Living at the Economic Bottom

    An oral history project giving first-hand accounts of men and women living in deep

    poverty in a tri-state area.

Hearing the Voices of Lesbian Women Choosing Parenthood

    Analysis of several hundred qualitative responses from lesbian women choosing

    parenthood.

Consultation Strategies Between Nurses and Social Workers in Child Welfare

    Completion of a research report generated from a collaborative project between the School of Social Work, The College of Nursing, and Idaho Department of Health and

    Welfare Region 3.

Boise State Teaching Scholars Program

    Creation of an individual scholarly teaching project aimed at advancing

    understanding of what works to improve student learning.

PROFESSIONAL ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

    2007 present Boise State University School of Social Work

    Assistant Professor

    http://www.boisestate.edu/socwork/

    2004 2007 University of Texas at Arlington School of Social Work

    Adjunct Professor

    http://www2.uta.edu/ssw/wall

COURSES TAUGHT BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY

    Undergraduate program Graduate program

    Foundations of Social Work Advanced Clinical Practice with Individuals

    Direct Practice with Families, Generalist Practice with Individuals

    Groups, and Households Generalist Practice with Groups and Families

    Generalist Micro Practice Field and Seminar

    Field and Seminar Advanced Topics in Human Diversity

COURSES TAUGHT UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

    Undergraduate program Graduate program

    Introduction to Social Work Direct Social Work Practice and Human

    Sexuality

    Generalist Micro Practice Advanced Treatment of Families and Children

    Human Behavior and the Social Advanced Clinical Practice with Children and

    Environment Families

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    NON-ACADEMIC PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2005 2007 The Women’s Center

    Clinical Social Worker

2003 2005 VistaCare Hospice, Inc.

    Clinical social worker, social work mentor

2001 2003 Child Protective Services

    CPS Worker IV

2000 2001 Huguley Hospital

    Lead Social Worker

1998 2000 Child Protective Services

    CPS Worker IV

PRESENTATIONS PEER REVIEWED

    July 22, 2009 Addressing Diversity in Your Organization

    Idaho Health Care Association

    Boise, Idaho

April 2009 Consultation Strategies Between Nurses and Social

    Workers in Child Welfare (accepted, unable to attend

    presentation due to budget cuts)

    WIN (Western Institute of Nursing)

    Salt Lake City, Utah

    Nov 1, 2008 Reproductive Decisions Among Lesbians

    CSWE APM Conference

    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    2008 Reproductive Decision Making Among Lesbian Women

    Invited Presenter

    Annual International Social Science Conference

    Monash University Centre, Prato, Tuscany, Italy

    Oct 27, 2006 What’s the Big Deal? The Issue of Same-sex Marriage

    NASW Texas Annual Conference

    Arlington, Texas

June 14, 2005 Gay and Lesbian Parenting: A Review of the Research

    and Research Proposal

    International Conference on Social Sciences

    Waikiki, Hawaii

    Aug 9, 2004 Same-sex Marriage: An Analysis of the Goodridge Case

    The University of South Carolina Social Policy Conference

    Charleston, SC

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PRESENTATIONS NON-PEER REVIEWED

    Kinship care in Idaho legislative report Cultural diversity and end of life care Coordinating multidisciplinary end of life care Care planning for social workers

    Ethical considerations at end of life

    Working with difficult families

    Advanced care planning

    Working with child welfare systems

    Understanding families

    Understanding families

    Understanding child abuse and parenting

    PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS National Association of Social Workers (Texas) Council on Social Work Education

    UNIVERSITY SERVICE SSPA College Curriculum Committee Phi Alpha Advisor

    Shared Leadership Program

    Boise State Teaching Scholars Program

    COMMUNITY SERVICE Family Advocates Board Member

    CASA Guardian Ad Litem

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