CURRICULUM VITAE HIGHLIGHTS

ROSEMARY ARROWSMITH CLEWS

August 2005

St. Thomas University, Fredericton, NB E3B 5G3
Tel: (506)452 0481
E-mail : clews@stu.ca

Fax: (506) 452 0633

PRESENT POSITIONS
Assistant Vice President, Research (since 2002)
Social Work Faculty since 1996, 1996-2000 Assistant Prof, 2000-2005 Associate Prof, 2005+ Professor
St. Thomas University, Fredericton, New Brunswick.
Honorary Research Associate, Graduate Studies, University of New Brunswick (since 2002)

PREVIOUS POSITIONS
Social work/community work education (3 years in Canada, 4 years in UK)
Social work/community work administration (11 years in UK)
Social work/counselling practice (7 years in UK)
Research Assistant (2 years in UK)

QUALIFICATIONS
PhD Social Work Education, Memorial University of Newfoundland, 2000
M.Soc.Sci. Social Services Management, University of Birmingham, England, 1993
MA Social Work, University of Nottingham England, 1978
MA Deviancy & Social Policy, Middlesex University, England, 1978
Diploma in Counselling in Educational Settings, University of Aston, England, 1975
BSc Sociology, University of London, England, 1968

AWARDS/RECOGNITIONS, 1996 onwards
2004 Arkleton Institute Invitee, Tarland Scotland
2004 Visiting Scholar and Researcher, 4 weeks, University of South Australia,2003 NBIF Research Grant $20,000 over 2 years to hire Graduate Research Assistant for War-Brides study
2003 SSHRC Conference Grant $10,000 (Ranked 7th among 66 successful applications in Canada).
(International Conference on Rural Human Services)
2002 SSHRC Standard Research Grant $92,287 (Narratives about Helping in Rural Communities),
2001 St. Thomas University. Merit Award for Teaching, $3000
2001 Sponsorship Contract, Department of Canadian Heritage $2000,
2001 McCain Research Award, St. Thomas University provided release from 1/3 teaching duties
1996-2004, 16 grants or awards ranging from $100 to $1840, mainly St. Thomas University
Total grants since 1996: $150,000 approx ($140,000 external to St. Thomas University)

CONFERENCE
Chair, Planning Committee, First International Rural Human Services Conference, 2003

RESEARCH, PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS
Topics include: war brides, collaboration, team development, planning processes, adult education,
experiential learning, social work education, qualitative research, biographical research, narrative research, ethnic and racial diversity, race relations, social work practice, rural communities.
1 co-authored book, published in 1971
1 single-authored book in process estimated completion 2007
2 co-authored books in process, estimated completion 2006 and 2007
2 special issues of international journal
4 book chapters
11 refereed journal articles
2 Government Reports
17 articles in conference proceedings
6 encyclopedia entries
1 set of conference proceedings (editorial committee)
6 article reviews in peer reviewed journals
4 publishers reviews
20+ article reviews
12 invited conference presentations or symposia
67 conference presentations

Rosemary Clews, August 2005

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