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Thomas D. Watts


Table of Contents

Contents Page(s) Contents Page(s)

I. Personal Data 1 VII. Service: School, University, Community 23-30

II. Education 1 A. Service – School [UTA, S.S.W.] 24

III. Experience 1-2 B. Service – University [UTA] 25

IV. Courses Taught 2-3 C. Service – Community 25-32

V. Publications 3-14 1. Organizations, Agencies, and

A. Books 3-4 Associations 25-26

B. Monographs 4 2. Political Activities 26-27

C. Chapters – In Books 4-5 3. Grants – Research, Fellowships,

D. Entries – In Encyclopedias 5-6 Awards 27-28

E. Chapters – In Monographs or 6-7 4. Grants – Institutional 29

Proceedings 5. Seminars Attended/Certificates 29

F. Articles 7-9 6. Addresses/Discussant/Chair of

F-1 Articles – Revisions, Reprints Conference Sessions 29-30

Compilations 9-11 7. Interviews 30-32

G. Book Reviews/Book Review 8. General Articles in Community

Essays 11-17 Newspapers, Publications (Selected)32-33

H. Editorship 17 9. Miscellaneous 33

VI. Publications Activities and Related 17-23 10. Reports (Selected) 33

A. Manuscript Reviewer 17
B. Manuscript Reviews and

Acknowledgements 17

C. Conference Papers 18-23
D. Conference Presentations/

Workshops 23

E. Doctoral Dissertation 23

F. Masters Group Research Project 23




I. PERSONAL DATA

Name: Thomas D. Watts

Address: (Office) School of Social Work

The University of Texas at Arlington

Box 19129/Arlington, TX 76019-0129

Ph. (817) 272-5216. FAX: (817) 272-2046

E Mail: tdwatts@exchange.uta.edu.


II. EDUCATION

1976 Ph.D., Tulane University


1970 M.S.W., Arizona State University

Additional studies: Studies in Philosophy (1968-69) and some graduate courses in History

(1963-64) and Education (1971-72)

1963 B.A. in History, Wichita State University


III. EXPERIENCE

1974-present () ASSISTANT PROFESSOR TO PROFESSOR, School of Work, The University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX (Professor, 1985-; Associate Professor, 1979-85; Assistant Professor,

1974-79).

1991-1998 () DIRECTOR, UNDERGRADUATE SOCIAL WORK PROGRAM, School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington. Responsible for administering an undergraduate social work program with approximately 19 (full-time and GTA) people teaching in the program, about 600 students enrolled in BSW courses every semester, and about 285 BSW majors.

1988-1991 () CHAIRPERSON, MACROPRACTICE SEQUENCE, School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington. Elected by faculty in the Sequence. Composed of the Human Services Administration and Planning, Research and Evaluation and Social Welfare Policy and Services Sequence Committees. Was responsible for overall coordination and direction of the activities of the Sequence, including faculty evaluation, curriculum planning, staffing, and other duties (15 Sequence faculty and approximately 58 courses taught yearly at that time).

1979-1988 () CHAIRPERSON, SOCIAL WELFARE POLICY AND SERVICES SEQUENCE (Served as Acting Chairperson, 1977-78), School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington. Responsible for overall coordination and direction of the activities of the Sequence, which included curriculum planning, staffing, and other duties (10 Sequence faculty and approximately 15 courses taught yearly at that time).

1980-1982 () COORDINATOR, ALCOHOL CONCENTRATION PROGRAM, School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington. Responsible for coordinating and directing the Alcohol Concentration Program.

1979-1980 () COORDINATOR, ALCOHOL PROJECT, School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington (also served in this capacity in the summer, 1976). Responsible for coordinating and directing an alcohol human power and education grant from the Texas Commission on Alcoholism.

Feb.-Aug.,1979() INTERIM DIRECTOR, UNDERGRADUATE SOCIAL WORK PROGRAM, Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington. Administered an undergraduate social work program with 6 faculty and 130 students.

1974-1975 () FIELD INSTRUCTOR (and Assistant Professor), Alcohol Project, School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington.

Sum.,1973 () SOCIAL PLANNER, Metropolitan New Orleans Council on Aging, New Orleans, LA. (internship while a doctoral student at Tulane University).

Spring,1974 () LECTURER, Tulane University, School of Social Work, spring, 1974, New Orleans, Louisiana. (while a doctoral student at Tulane University).

1970-1972 () MEDICAL SOCIAL WORK SUPERVISOR (1971-1972) AND CONSULTANT (1970-1971), STATE MEDICAL REVIEW TEAM, Arizona State Department of Public Welfare, Phoenix, AZ. Responsible for the overall direction and supervision of the operations and activities of the State Medical Review Team, including coordination with county welfare directors, supervisors, etc., throughout the state in respect to welfare disability evaluation and planning.

1971-1972 () INSTRUCTOR, Maricopa Technical College, Phoenix, AZ. Taught two courses, "Introduction to Social Work," and "Community Resources."

1969-1970 () SOCIAL WORKER, Social Work Service Department, Veteran's Administration Hospital, Phoenix, AZ. Group work, casework experiences. Worked in the Alcohol Unit and other areas of the Hospital (2nd year field placement).

1966-1967 () SOCIAL WORKER, Social Services Department, St. Vincent's School for Boys, San Rafael, CA. Casework, as well as coordination with community agencies (the School served youngsters from dependent and delinquent backgrounds).

1964-1965 () SOCIAL WORKER, Social Service Department, Arizona State Hospital, Phoenix, AZ. Casework and community resource coordination on behalf of the patient (lst year field placement).

1963-1964 () TEACHING ASSISTANT, History Department, Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas.


IV. COURSES TAUGHT

1991-present UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL. Taught at various dates over the years The University of Texas at Arlington, School of Social Work: (1) "Social Welfare Policy and Services"; (2) “Introduction to Social Work.”

1974-present MASTERS LEVEL. Taught at various dates over the years The University of Texas at Arlington, School of Social Work: (1) "Foundations of Social Policy and Services." This is a central course that I have taught on a regular basis over the years. This course was taught off-campus at Hardin-Simmons University, Abilene, TX (1985) and at Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TX (1981, 1977). I lectured extensively in a close version of this course off-campus at Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX (1982) and at the University of Texas at Tyler, Tyler, TX (1982); Other courses I have taught: (2) "Aging: Process and Policy"; (3) "Ethics and Values in Social Work"; (4) "Factors in Alcoholism"; (5) "Integrative Seminar"; (6) "Issues in Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism"; (7) "Social Services and Social Welfare Policy"; (8) "Social Welfare Policy and Services Integrative Seminar"; (9) Social Welfare Policy and the Aged" (10) "Working with the Aged"; (11) "Working with the Disabled". FIELD COURSES: (12) "Introduction to Social Work Practice"; (13) "Applied Direct Social Work Practice I"; (14) "Applied Community Planning and Administration I"; (15) "Applied Social Work Practice III"; (16) "Field Instruction III"; (17) "Field Instruction IV." I have served as an invited lecturer on various topics in classes at: Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, TX; Phoenix College, Phoenix, AZ; The University of Texas at Arlington, School of Urban and Public Affairs, Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work, and in various classes at the School of Social Work, including direct practice, human behavior, research, planning and administration and social policy classes.

Spring, 1978 DOCTORAL LEVEL. Taught at The University of Texas at Arlington, School of Social Work: (l) "Social Policy Research and Analysis."

1971-1972 UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL. Taught at Maricopa Technical College, Phoenix, AZ.: (1) "Introduction to Social Work"; (2) "Community Resources."


V. PUBLICATIONS

  1. BOOKS

  1. Alcohol Abuse and Acculturation Among Puerto Ricans in the United States: A Sociological Study, by Hector L. Diaz and Thomas D. Watts. Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2005. 148 pp. HV/5199.5/.D53/2005.

  2. International Handbook on Social Work Theory and Practice, ed. by Nazneen S. Mayadas, Thomas D. Watts, and Doreen Elliott. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1997.

  1. International Handbook on Social Work Education, ed. by Thomas D. Watts, Doreen Elliott and Nazneen S. Mayadas. Westport, CT.: Greenwood Press, 1995.

  1. Hispanic Substance Abuse, ed. by Raymond Sanchez Mayers, Barbara L. Kail and Thomas D. Watts. Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas Publ, 1993.

  1. Preschoolers and Substance Abuse: Strategies for Prevention and Intervention, by Pedro J. Lecca and Thomas D. Watts. New York, N.Y.: The Haworth Press, 1993. This was revised from the original monograph.

  1. The World of Social Welfare: Social Welfare and Services in an International Context, by Doreen Elliott, Nazneen S. Mayadas and Thomas D. Watts. Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas Publ., 1990.

  1. Alcohol Problems of Minority Youth in America, ed. by Roosevelt Wright, Jr. and Thomas D. Watts. Interdisciplinary. Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press, 1989. This was revised from the original journal special issue.

  1. Alcoholism in Minority Populations, ed. by Thomas D. Watts and Roosevelt Wright, Jr. Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas Publ., 1989.

  1. Native American Youth and Alcohol: An Annotated Bibliography, by Michael L. Lobb and Thomas D. Watts. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1989.

  1. Pathways for Minorities into the Health Professions, by Pedro J. Lecca and Thomas D. Watts. Washington, D.C.: University Press of America, 1989. This was revised from the original monograph.

  1. Black Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism: An Annotated Bibliography, by Thomas D. Watts and Roosevelt Wright, Jr. New York: Praeger Publ. Co., 1986.

  1. Social Thought on Alcoholism: A Comprehensive Review, ed. by Thomas D. Watts. Malabar, FL: Krieger Publ. Co., 1986. This was revised from the original journal special issue.

  1. Prevention of Black Alcoholism: Issues and Strategies, ed. by Roosevelt Wright, Jr., and Thomas D. Watts. Springfield, Ill.: Charles C. Thomas Publ. Co., 1985.

  1. Black Alcoholism: Toward a Comprehensive Understanding, ed. by Thomas D. Watts and Roosevelt Wright, Jr. Springfield, Ill.: Charles C. Thomas Publ. Co, 1983.

  1. Transcultural Perspectives in the Human Services: Organizational Issues and Trends, by Roosevelt Wright, Jr., Dennis Saleebey, Thomas D. Watts and Pedro J. Lecca. Springfield, Ill: Charles C. Thomas Publ., Co., 1983.



16) The Societal Learning Approach: A New Approach to Social Welfare Policy and Planning in A

America by Thomas D. Watts. Palo Alto & Saratoga, CA: Century Twenty One Publ., Div. of R &

E Research Assocs., 198l. This was revised from the original dissertation.


  1. MONOGRAPHS

  1. The Road to Texas HB 2292: The Reorganization of Health and Human Services Agencies in Texas. Arlington, TX.: Center for Child Welfare, School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX., 2004.

2) Substance Abuse Prevention and Intervention Strategies with Families of Preschool Children, by Pedro J. Lecca and Thomas D. Watts. Arlington, TX: Health Services Research, 1989. Contract: Health Resources and Services Administration, Rockville, Maryland.

3) Enhancing Opportunities for Blacks, Hispanic Americans and American Indians in the Health Professions, by Pedro J. Lecca and Thomas D. Watts. Arlington, TX: Health Services Research, 1988. Contract: Health Resources and Services Administration, Rockville, Maryland.

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