Dr. Carmen Monico, a faculty teaching in the Joint MSW and PhD Programs, contributed to two chapters in the book titled “Social Work in Health Emergencies: Global Perspectives”, which just got published. According to the Routledge publishers, “This is the first comprehensive book that provides accessible, international knowledge for practitioners, students and academics about social work […]
Dr. Monico got another peer-reviewed article published in 2021: “Implications of irregular transnational adoptions within international standards: A review of intercountry adoption systems and Guatemalan birthmother perspectives.” The article was published in a Special Issue of Childhood titled “Irregularities in Transnational Adoptions and Child Appropriations: Challenges for Reparation Practices.” The article is an original manuscript drawing […]
Scholarship on human trafficking around the world and in North Carolina Dr. Monico engaged with other faculty and students on a multi-year research project on human trafficking globally and in North Carolina. Findings of phase 1 of the project led to the development of a chapter for the book Contemporary Slavery and Trafficking in Persons: […]
The RTI University Scholars Review Committee selected Dr. Carmen Monico as the 2021-2022 RTI University Scholar. The RTI University Scholars Program provides support for distinguished academic researchers at the Associate Professor level or higher to spend scholarly leave time at RTI International, actively partnering with our experts. The goal of the program is to foster collaboration and […]
Dr. Carmen Monico has been appointed as a Center for New North Carolinians (CNNC) Research Fellow for 2020-2022. She has served in this capacity since 2014. The Center for New North Carolinians (CNNC) Fellows are community-based academics, professionals, and practitioners who undertake community-based research, advocacy, education, outreach, and practice related to refugees and immigrants in […]
Dr. Carmen Monico, Associate Professor of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (NCAT) and new faculty in the Joint Master and PhD Social Work Programs of NCAT and the University of North Carolina Greensboro (UNCG), presented at 2 professional conferences and one scholars’ meeting in fall 2020 (cited below). Monico’s presentations summarized findings from […]
Dr. Carmen Monico, Associate Professor of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (NCAT) and new faculty in the Joint Master and PhD Social Work Programs of NCAT and the University of North Carolina Greensboro (UNCG), got two peer-reviewed articles published in fall 2020 (cited below). Both publications are the result of mentored research that […]
Dr. Carmen Monico’s article, “Childhood narratives and the lived experiences of Hispanic and Latinx college students with uncertain immigration statuses in North Carolina,” has been published in the International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, Volume 15 Issue sup2! Congratulations, Dr. Monico!