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Arlene Reilly-Sandoval DSW

Social Work Department Chair/Associate Professor

Arlene Reilly-Sandoval DSW
Contact Info
Office:
General Classroom Building (GCB) 310D
Office Hours:
Please contact the Administrative Assistant as office hours change each semester. (719) 549-2631 -

Degrees

  • 2014 Doctor of Social Work (DSW), Capella University
  • 2000 Master of Social Work (MSW), CSU-Ft. Collins
  • 1994 Bachelor of Arts (BA) Sociology and Psychology, UCCS

Bio

Arlene Reilly-Sandoval, MSW, DSW, LCSW, is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Social Work at Colorado State University-Pueblo. She served as the Project Manager for the federal Supportive Services for Runaway and Homeless Youth grant in Colorado and has extensive experience working “cross systems” with youth-at-risk, their care providers, and program management in a variety of settings. She has over 15 years of experience in the child welfare field, training, contracting, and consulting.

Research Interests

  • Diversity, especially multi-racial populations
  • Child Welfare
  • Policy

Other Activities

Section Editor, Teaching & Learning, Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping

Academic Policies and Standards Board

Publications

Refereed Presentations and Peer-Reviewed Articles in Last 5 Years:

  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019).  What are you? Multiracial identity development.  Journal of Public Health Issues and Practices, 3, doi: 10.33790/phip1100156.
  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. & Langer, C.L. (2017). Reflections from the teaching and learning section and special issue editors. Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping, 22(3), 1-4.  Also co-edited all articles in this special issue.
  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2016). Lessons learned: PAR in higher education.  Submitted to Council on
  • Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting conference, Atlanta, GA. Declined.
  • Reilly-Sandoval, A.F. (2015). Full circle: A daughter’s perspective. Reflections: Narratives of
  • Professional Helping, 20(3), 15-17.

Presentations in Last 5 Years: 

  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. & Baca, J. (2020). Cultural Competence. Series of three invited trainings for Crossroads Turning Points, Inc. Detox Facility Staff. August 14, 2020.
  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019). Cannabis and the child welfare system. Southwest Social Science Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. November 2, 2019.
  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019).  Inclusion with multiracial populations. Institute for Social Inclusion 2019
  • Conference. [Accepted, declined to present].
  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2018). A case study approach to integrating theory and practice in a BSW
  • program. Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting. [not accepted].
  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2016). More effective student feedback: Lessons learned.  Guest presentation for
  • Southeast Missouri State University, Takeaway Friday training by Center for Scholarship in Teaching and Learning.
  • Elliot, A. & Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2016). Understanding life through hope: An analysis of religious
  • spiritual interventions and transformations as portrayed in popular media. Presentation for 24th
  • Annual Student Research Conference, Cape Girardeau, MO. [Mentored student, who did the presentation]
  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2015). Issues in adolescent mental health. Guest speaker for SW 356 Social Work
  • in Mental Health course, Fall 2015.
  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2015), Supportive services for multiracial Latinos:  Lessons learned. Presentation for Southwestern Social Science Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, April 8-11, 2015.
  • Baca, J., & Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2015).  Latino university students: Generational health care
  • perspectives. Proposal accepted for Southwestern Social Science Association presentation in
  • Denver, CO, April 8-11, 2015 [declined to present]. 

Book/Article Reviews in Last 5 Years:

  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2020). I, too, am DACA: Awakened childhood memories for Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping.
  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019). Photovoice: Participation and empowerment in research.  Professional Book Review for Nova Science Publishers.
  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019). Cultivating Life-long Commitments to Cultural Humility in an Undergraduate Study Abroad Program for Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping.
  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019). Social Work Education and Hurricane Florence for Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping,
  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019). A Little More Supervision Won’t Help: Group Work as a Supplemental Supervision for Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping.
  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019). Dr. Proceeding with Caution: Integrating Cultural Humility into Multicultural Supervision Practices with Master Level Counseling Students for Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping.
  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019). Peer-reviewed manuscript review. The well-intentioned helper. Reflections: Narrative of Professional Helping, Cleveland, OH: Cleveland State University School of Social Work.
  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019). Cultivating Life-long Commitments to Cultural Humility in an Undergraduate Study Abroad Program for Reflections: Narrative of Professional Helping, Cleveland, OH: Cleveland State University School of Social Work.
  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019). Social Work Education and Hurricane Florence for Reflections: Narrative of Professional Helping, Cleveland, OH: Cleveland State University School of Social Work.
  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019). A Little More Supervision Won’t Help: Group Work as a Supplemental Supervision for Reflections: Narrative of Professional Helping, Cleveland, OH: Cleveland State University School of Social Work.
  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2017). Book review for OpenText: U.S. History.
  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2016). Peer-reviewed manuscript review. Shelter should not mean sheltered:Creating an information resource centre for abuse women. Reflections: Narrative of Professional Helping, Cleveland, OH: Cleveland State University School of Social Work.
  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2016). Peer-reviewed manuscript review. A caterpillar morphs into a butterfly.Reflections: Narrative of Professional Helping, Cleveland, OH: Cleveland State University School of Social Work.
  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2015). Peer-reviewed manuscript review. My journey through social work.Reflections: Narrative of Professional Helping, Cleveland, OH: Cleveland State University School of Social Work.
  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2015). Peer-reviewed manuscript review. The effects of adoption throughout the life course: A personal reflection. Reflections: Narrative of Professional Helping, Cleveland, OH: Cleveland State University School of Social Work.

Professional Articles (not peer-reviewed) in Last 5 Years:

  • Reilly-Sandoval, A. & McClelland, B. (2017). Pueblo Department of Social Service and the Impact of Legal Cannabis. For Pueblo County Commissioners’ Social Impact Study.

 

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