Facultad de Ciencias Sociales

Doctorado en Trabajo Social y Políticas de Bienestar

Doctorado en Trabajo Social y Políticas de Bienestar
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Doctorado en Trabajo Social y Políticas de Bienestar

El programa de Doctorado en Trabajo Social y Políticas de Bienestar, tiene como propósito formar investigadores de excelencia en Trabajo Social en el ámbito de las políticas sociales y el bienestar social. Este programa se propone contribuir al fortalecimiento de la disciplina del Trabajo Social en el país y en la región a través del desarrollo de investigaciones aplicadas o conceptuales que tengan por objeto la disciplina del Trabajo Social y el análisis de políticas públicas de bienestar social.

OBJETIVOS
  • Formar profesionales y académicos de las ciencias sociales capaces de generar propuestas de investigación de calidad en el ámbito de las políticas sociales y el bienestar social, con un aporte específicamente disciplinar desde el Trabajo Social.
  • Formar investigadores capaces de integrar redes de estudios disciplinares a nivel nacional, latinoamericano e internacional que contribuyan al desarrollo de políticas sociales y de bienestar social.
  • Formar académicos capaces de dar a conocer la disciplina del Trabajo Social a través de la elaboración de publicaciones y la participación en eventos de extensión y difusión de la producción académica.
  • Alberto Godenzi
    PhD, University of Zurich. MBA, Open University, UK. MA, University of Zurich. Dean and Professor at Boston College Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW). Areas of expertise: Interpersonal Violence, International Social Work, Peace and Conflict Studies, Gender and Society, Strategic Planning.
  • Carolina Rojas
    Doctora en Sociología y Máster en Ciencias Sociales, mención Sociología en Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris - France. Magíster en Ciencias Sociales, Universidad de Chile. Asistente Social y Licenciada en Trabajo Social, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Áreas de interés: Estado, Política e Intervención Social, Políticas de Diferencia.
  • Ce Shen
    Ph.D. Sociology. Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA. M.A. Sociology. Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA. B.A. Theology: Nanjing Theological Seminary, P. aR.China. Associate Professor, Global Practice, Older Adults & Families.
  • Christina Matz-costa
    Ph.D. Boston College Graduate School of Social Work, Chestnut Hill, MA. M.S.W. Boston College Graduate School of Social Work, Chestnut Hill, MA. B.A. University of Massachusetts, Commonwealth College (Honors Prog.), Amherst, MA. Assistant Professor, Older Adults & Families. Areas of expertise: Productive Engagement of Older Adults; Aging Workforce; Quality of Employment; Role Transitions in Later Life.
  • Claudio Ramos Z.
    Doctor en Sociología, University of Texas at Austin, Estados Unidos. Master of Arts en Sociología, University of Texas at Austin, Estados Unidos. Magíster en Sociología, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Licenciado en Sociología, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Areas de investigación: (1)sociología de la ciencia; (2)cambio sociocultural; (3)sociología de la organización.
  • Eduardo Abarzúa C.
    Facultad de Economía y Negocios. Ph.D. en Ciencias del Trabajo, Universidad Católica de Lovaina, Bélgica. Psicólogo, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile Director Departamento Gestión y Negocios. Integrante del Consejo de Alta Dirección Pública. Especialista en materias de Gestión de Personas, Relaciones Laborales y Modernización de la Gestión Pública.
  • Francisca Márquez
    Doctora en Sociología, Universidad Católica de Lovaina, Bélgica. Maestría en Developpement, Universidad Católica de Lovaina, Bélgica. Diplôme en Sociologie du Travail, Universidad Católica de Lovaina, Bélgica. Licenciada en Antropología de la Universidad de Chile.
  • Gabriela Azócar
    Doctora en Sociología, Universidad Alberto Hurtado. Magíster en Gobierno y Sociedad, Universidad Alberto Hurtado. Licenciada en Sociología, Universidad de Chile.
  • Gabriela Rubilar
    Doctora en Metodología de Investigación por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, España. Doctora en Ciencias Humanas y Sociales, Universidad Pontificia Comillas de Madrid, España. Asistente Social de la Universidad Católica de Chile. Áreas de interés: Políticas Públicas y Programas Sociales, Pobreza y exclusión, investigación en Trabajo Social.
  • Gianinna Muñoz A.
    Ph.D. Social Work, University of Bristol, United Kingdom. Certificada por el programa de Enseñanza-Aprendizaje para la Educación Superior, Escuela de Postgrado en Educación, Universidad de Bristol. Magíster en Trabajo Social, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Licenciada en Trabajo Social, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
  • James Lubben
    PhD. MPH & DSW, University of California at Berkeley. MSW, University of Connecticut. BA, Wartburg College. Program Director, PhD in Social Welfare. Director, Institute on Aging. Professor and Louise McMahon Ahearn Chair, Older Adults & Families and Global Practice. Areas of expertise: Social Support Networks; Gerontology; Public and Community Health; International Gerontology; Doctoral Education.
  • Jessica Black
    Postdoctoral Fellow, Stanford University School of Medicine, CA. Ph.D. & M.A. Stanford University, CA. B.A. University of California, Berkeley, CA. Summa Cum Laude with Highest Distinction in General. Associate Professor, Children, Youth & Families, Health & Mental Health. Areas of expertise: Achievement Motivation, Educational Neuroscience, Developmental Dyslexia (Neurodevelopment, Behavior, Genetics), Schooling and Dual Language Education (K-12), Childhood Resilience.
  • Kathleen Mcinnis- Dittrich
    Ph.D. Social Welfare University of Wisconsin-Madison. M.S.W., Tulane. University, School of Social Work New Orleans, LA. B.A. Marquette. University, College of Arts and Sciences Milwaukee, WI. Associate Professor and Chair, Older Adults & Families, Teaching Chair. Areas of expertise: Health/Mental Health of Older Adults, Special Concerns of Diverse Older Adults, Theory and Methods of Professional Education, Macro Social Work Practices  
  • Kerry Mitchell
    Ph.D. Boston College Graduate School of Social Work, Chestnut Hill. M.S.W. Simmons College Graduate School of Social Work, Boston, MA. B.A. Providence College, Providence. Associate Professor, Health & Mental Health. Areas of expertise: Cognitive Therapy, Couples Treatment, Family Therapy, Clinical Practice with Adults.
  • Kevin J. Mahoney
    PhD, University of Wisconsin- Madison. M.S.W., University of Connecticut. B.A., St. Louis University. Professor, Older Adults & Families. Founding Director, Center for Participant- Directed Services. Areas of expertise: Aging, Disability, Long-Term Care Policy, Participant-Directed Home and Community-Based Services InclusiveCommunities.
  • Marcie Pitt-catsouphes
    Ph.D. Dual Degree in Sociology and Social Work. Boston University, Boston, MA. Masters of Social Planning/Masters of Social Work. Boston College Graduate School of Social Work, MA. B.A. in Child Study. Tufts University, Medford, MA. Professor, Older Adults & Families. Program Director. Areas of expertise: Quality of Employment, Older Workers, Multi-Generational Workforce, Work-Family.
  • Margaret Lombe
    Ph.D. & M.S.W. Washington University St. Louis. Concentration in Social and Economic Development, with a Research Specialization. B.A. Daystar University Nairobi, Kenya. Associate Professor, Older Adults & Families, Global Practice. Areas of expertise: International Social Development. Comparative Social Policy. Poverty: Social Exclusion and Inclusion. Capacity Building: Asset Ownership/Building. Microfinance & Civic Service. HIV/AIDS: Orphaned & Vulnerable Children.
  • Octavio Avendaño
    Doctor en Ciencias Políticas, Instituto de Studi Umanistici, Universitá degli Studi di Firenze, Italia. Sociólogo, Universidad de Chile. Profesor de Historia, Universidad de Concepción. Académico Facultad de Ciencias Sociales Universidad Alberto Hurtado.
  • Paul Kline
    Ph.D. in Social Work & M.S.W. Clinical Concentration at Boston College, Graduate School of Social Work. B.A. in Social Sciences St. Bonaventure University. Professor, Children, Youth & Families. Areas of expertise: Clinical Social Work with Children and Families, Impact of Trauma on Development for Children and Adults, Impact of Clergy Abuse on Spirituality.
  • Paulette Landon
    Doctora en Arquitectura y Estudios Urbanos, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Master en Desarrollo, Población y Medio Ambiente, Universidad Católica de Lovaina, Bélgica. Master en Estudios Especializados de Desarrollo, Universidad Católica de Lovaina, Bélgica. Decana de la Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Universidad Alberto Hurtado.
  • Ruth Mcroy
    Ph.D. in Social Work The University of Texas at Austin. M.S.W. University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas. B.A. in Psychology and Sociology University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas. Donahue and DiFelice Professor of Social Work, Children, Youth & Families. Co-Director, RISE. Areas of expertise: Child Welfare; Adoption and Foster Care; Open Adoptions; Transracial Adoption; Disproportionality.
  • Scott Easton
    Ph.D. University of Iowa, School of Social Work, IA. M.S.W. University of Iowa, School of Social Work, IA. A.B. Harvard University, Department of Government, Cambridge, MA. B.A., cum laude (American government, political philosophy). Assistant Professor, Health & Mental Health. Areas of expertise: Child Sexual Abuse (long-term e ects), Trauma Processing Models, Masculinity & Men’s Health, Aging (Lifespan Research), Middle East/Arab-Americans.
  • Stephanie Berzin
    "Ph.D., School of Social Welfare, University of California,Berkeley. Masters of Science in Social Work, Columbia University. B.A., Psychology, Cornell University, um Laude Associate Professor and Chair, Children, Youth & Families. Co-Director, Center for social Innovation. Areas of expertise: Vulnerable Youth, Child Welfare, School Social Work, Emerging Adulthood, Child and Adolescent Mental Health.
  • Summer Sherburne Hawkins
    Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard School of Public Health. Ph.D., Epidemiology Institute of Child Health, University of London, UK. Master of Science, Clinical Psychology Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA. B.A., Biopsychology/Honors. Assistant Professor, Health & Mental Health. Areas of expertise: Social Epidemiology, Health Disparities, Policy Evaluation, Tobacco Use, Breastfeeding, Childhood Obesity.
  • Susan Tohn
    M.S.W., Boston University School of Social Work, Boston, MA. BA., Political Science, Tufts University, Medford MA. Associate Professor, Children, Youth & Families, Health & Mental Health. Areas of expertise: Solution Focused Treatment, Foster Care, LGBTQ Issues.
  • Teresa Matus
    Doctora en Trabajo Social Universidad Federal de Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. Doctora en Sociología IUPERJ Universidad Cándido Mendes Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. Magíster en Sociología Universidad Católica de Chile. Licenciatura en Sociología ILADES. Asistente Social Universidad de Concepción. Áreas de interés: Innovación en política pública, calidad de programas sociales, intervención social. Teorías en Trabajo Social, epistemología de las ciencias sociales.
  • Thanh Tran
    Post-Doctoral Trainee, NIA Training Program in Applied Issues of Aging. School of Social Work and Institute of Gerontology, University of Michigan. Ph.D., MSSW, School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington, Texas. M.A. Sociology, Jackson State University, Jackson, Mississippi. BA (Honors) Sociology –(Social Work), The University of Texas at Arlington, Texas. Professor, Health & Mental Health, Older Adults & Families. Areas of expertise: Cross-Cultural Research Methodology, Evidenced-Based Research, Evaluation, Mental Health Services Research.
  • Thomas Crea
    Ph.D. in Social Work University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. M.S.W & B.A. in Anthropology University of Georgia. Associate Professor and Chair, Global Practice, Children, Youth & Families. Areas of expertise: Services for Vulnerable Children and Families, Decision-Making in Social Services, Special Needs Adoption, Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC), Program Eval.
  • Thomas O’hare
    Ph.D., The State University of New Jersey, Graduate School of Social Work. M.S.W., Rutgers School of Social Work. B.A., Manhattan College, Bronx, N.Y. Associate Professor, Health & Mental Health. Areas of expertise: Cooccurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Problems, Evidence-Based Practices.
  • Tiziana Dearing
    Master in Public Policy John F. Kennedy School Of Government, Harvard University Cambridge, MA. B.A. in English, University Of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI. Associate Professor and Chair,Macro Practice. Co-Director, Center for Social Innovation. Co-Director, RISE. Areas of expertise: Social Innovation, Leadership, Social Entrepreneurship, Nonprofit Organizations.
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Eduardo Canteros

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Magdalena Troncoso del Río
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