Speaking Engagements

 

TED Talk

New TED

FSU College of Social Work Graduation Ceremony GRAD

Induction into Auburndale High School Hall of Fame IMG_4957

Professional Presentations

Pryce, J. (2018).Racial Disparity within Child Welfare Removal Decisions: Case Study on County-level Practice.” Dismantling Racial Inequity Webinar Series. Hosted by: National Child Welfare Workforce Institute. June 2018.

Pryce, J. (2018).A Case Study in Public Child Welfare: Promising Practices that Lower Racial Disparity in Foster Care Placement.” National Child Welfare Workforce Institute: Webinar, Dismantling Racial Inequity: June 2018.

Pryce, J. & Lee, W. (2018). “A Case Study in Public Child Welfare: Promising Practices that Lower Racial Disparity in Foster Care Placement.” Paper accepted to the International Conference on Working with Involuntary Clients, Prato, Italy. May 2018.

Pryce, J. & Lee, W. (2018). “A Case Study in Public Child Welfare: Community Level Strategies that Lower Racial Disparity in Child Welfare Decision-Making.” Paper presented at the Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) 21th Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., January 2018.

Pryce, J. (2017). Recommendations for Child Welfare Workforce Sustainability. Florida House of Representatives. Children, Families & Seniors Subcommittee. Tallahassee Florida, October 25, 2017.

Pryce, J. (2017). How Socio-Economic, Ethnic and Cultural Issues Impact the Effectiveness of Clinical Interventions. Florida Council for Community Mental Health Annual Conference, Orlando Florida, August 16-19, 2017.

Pryce, J. (2017) University and Agency Partnerships: Research and Policy Considerations. Department of Children and Families: Academic Partner Summit, Daytona Beach Florida, July 13-14, 2017.

Pryce, J. (2016). An Empirical Examination of Title IV-E Training on Organizational and Career Commitment to Public Child Welfare. Joint World Conference on Social Work. Seoul, South Korea.

Pryce, J. (2015). An Empirical Examination of Title IV-E Training on Organizational and Career Commitment to Public Child Welfare. Accepted. Council on Social Work Education Conference, Denver, CO, October 14-18.

Pryce, J., (2015). An Empirical Examination of Title IV-E Training on Organizational and Career Commitment to Public Child Welfare. Accepted. Title IV-E Roundtable, St. Paul, MN June 3-6.

Pryce, J., (2015). An Empirical Examination of Title IV-E Training on Organizational and Career Commitment to Public Child Welfare. Accepted. Network of Social Work Management Conference, Washington, DC June 3-6.

Zlotnik, J., & Pryce, J. (2014). Status of the Use of Title IV-E Funding in BSW and MSW Programs. Poster Presentation at the National Association for Social Workers Conference, Washington DC.

Pryce, J. (2014). An Examination of Race and Title IV-E Training on Organizational Commitment in PCW. Presented at the Research to Practice Institute, Boston Massachusetts.

Zlotnik, J., & Pryce, J. (2014). Status of the Use of Title IV-E Funding in BSW and MSW Programs. Presented at The Social Work Management Conference, Boston Massachusetts.

Zlotnik, J., & Pryce, J. (2013). Status of the Use of Title IV-E Funding in BSW and MSW Programs. Poster Presentation at the annual Council of Social Work Education Conference, Dallas Texas.

Pryce, J. (2013). Status of the Use of Title IV-E Funding in BSW and MSW Programs. Presented at the Inaugural Black PHD Network Conference, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.

Zlotnik, J., & Pryce, J. (2013). Status of the Use of Title IV-E Funding in BSW and MSW Programs. Presented at the Annual Title IV-E Roundtable, Galveston Texas.

Zlotnik, J., & Pryce, J. (2012). Status of the Use of Title IV-E Funding in BSW and MSW Programs. Presented at the annual Society of Social Work Research Conference, San Diego California.

Edwards, H., Pryce, J., & Jones, G. (2011). Beliefs, Evidence, and Political Context in Federal Child Welfare Policy Making. Presented at the 57th Annual Program Meeting – CSWE Conference, Atlanta Georgia.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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