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Dr. Satya N. Ayinagadda

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Title
Professor
Department
Social Work
Location
Centennial Hall
Room
450D

Other Positions

Social Work

Chair

Centennial Hall
Institution Degree Graduation Date
Andhra University PhD in Social Work
WILFRID Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada Master of Social Work
Andhra University Master of Social Work
CDI College, Ottawa, Canada Diploma in Business Administration
WILFRID Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada ABD in Social Work
Andhra University Master of Philosophy in Social Work
Employer Position Start Date End Date
Midwestern State University Professor 09/01/2021
Midwestern State University Associate Professor 09/02/2013 08/31/2021
Grambling State University Assistant Professor 01/10/2010 08/15/2013
Elizabeth Town College Assistant Professor 08/18/2008 08/19/2010

Publications and Presentations

Recent Publications and Presentations

a.     Referred Journals


1.     Ayinagadda, S. (2020). ‘The Distinguishing Ideology of the Anti-arrack Movement: An Analysis’ has been accepted for publication in the Social Development Issues for publication.

2.     Jennifer Gresham-Anderson, Kathleen M. Williamson, and Satyanarayana Ayinagadda (2020). An Interdisciplinary Study on Nursing, Respiratory Care, and Social Work Undergraduate Students’ Practice of Attitudes Toward and Knowledge/Skills with Evidence-Based Practice (EBP). This paper was published in the Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice in January 2020.

3.     Ayinagadda, S. (2019). “The cooperative movement as a transformative response to issues of poverty: A perspective”, was published in Loyola Journal of Social Sciences, Loyola College of Social Sciences, Trivandrum.

4.     Ayinagadda, S., and Caragata, .L. (2015). “State’s stepping out of the dominant values in women empowerment policy”, was published in Social Development Issues, USA.

5.     Ayinagadda, S. (2013). “Impact of non-governmental organizations on child human rights in India”, was published in the Social Development Review, USA.

b.     Presentations

 

1.     Dawn H Apgar, Ayinagadda, Satyanarayana‎; Randy Baxter, Darlyne Bailey, Goodenough, Karen, Mark S Homan, and Emi Sogabe (2020, May 28-30). ‘Macro practice current initiatives, build shared knowledge of the challenges facing macro practice social work and examine the role that licensure plays’, was selected for presentation at the Power of MACRO Social Work: Forging Pathways Toward a More Just and Equitable World conference. Washington University, One Brookings Drive, St. Louis, Missouri, 63130, United States.

https://events.eventzilla.net/e/the-power-of-macro-social-work-forging-pathways-toward-a-more-just-and-equitable-world-2138755036 (Conference postponed)

2.     Satyanarayana Ayinagadda (2019). ‘Perspectives of Undergraduate Social Work Students’ Knowledge and Skills with Evidence-based Practice’ was presented at the Annual Program Meeting of Council of Social Work Education (CSWE), Denver, October 26, 2019.

3.     Satyanarayana Ayinagadda, Kathie Williamson, and Jennifer Anderson (2018).  â€˜Exploring the Perspectives of interdisciplinary Students’ Knowledge and Skills with Evidence-based Practice (poster)’ was presented at the Annual Program Meeting of Council of Social Work Education (CSWE), Orlando, Florida, November 9, 2018. 

4.     Sudershan Pasupuleti, Susheela Srinivasa, Uma, and Satyanarayana Ayinagadda (2018). ‘Women Empowerment in India: A Case Study of Self-Help Groups was presented’ at the Annual Program Meeting of Council of Social Work Education (CSWE), Orlando, Florida, November 9, 2018. 

5.     Needha Boutte-Queen, Melody Loya, Debra Woody, Sudershan Pasupuleti, Ayinagadda Satyanarayana, and Ginger S. Gummelt (2018). ‘Using Field of Study to Close Transfer Gaps: Implications for BSW Education’ was presented at the Annual Program Meeting of Council of Social Work Education (CSWE), Orlando, Florida, November 10, 2018. 

6.     Satyanarayana Ayingadda (2019). ‘Social Work Undergraduate Students’ Practice of Attitudes Toward, and Knowledge/Skills with Evidence-Based Practice (EBP)’ was read at the Asian Conference on Asian Studies 2019, Tokyo, Japan, at Toshi Center Hotel from Friday, May 24th to Sunday, May 26th, 2019.

7.     Ayinagadda, S. (2018). Anti-arrack movement in Andhra Pradesh: A women’s movement against the dominant values was presented at the Radical Temperance, from Teetotalism to Dry January, UK 28-29 June 2018, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK. PR12HE.

8.     Pasupuleti, S., & Ayinagadda, S. (2017). Implicit Curriculum in Social Work Education: Case Studies was presented at the Annual Program Meeting of Council of Social Work Education (CSWE), Dallas, Texas. October 2017

9.     Lindsey Morris, Jennifer Anderson, Kathleen Williams, and Satyanarayana Ayinagadda (2017). An Interdisciplinary study in nursing, respiratory care, and social work undergraduate students’ practice of attitudes towards and knowledge/skills with evidence-based practice, was presented at AARC Congress on October 6, 2017, in Indianapolis, Indiana.

10. Pasupuleti, S. & Ayinagadda, S., and Elain, E. (2017). An assessment instrument for implicit curriculum: Pilot results of three schools has been accepted for presentation. This paper was presented at the Annual Program Meeting of Council of Social Work Education (CSWE), Dallas, Texas, on October 20, 2017.

11. Williamson, K, Anderson. J, and Ayinagadda, S. (2017). An Interdisciplinary Approach to Exploring the Perspectives of Undergraduate Students Knowledge and Skills with Evidence-based Practice. Presented at Texas Society of Allied Health Professionals 40th Conference, “Pathways to Student Success: Resiliency and Professionalism” Bobby R. Alford, M.D. Educational Center, 7200 Cambridge, Houston, Texas, September 21-22, 2017

12. Dr. Kathleen M. Williamson, Dr. Jennifer Gresham-Anderson, & Dr. Satyanarayana Ayinagadda (2017). An Interdisciplinary Study on Nursing, Respiratory Care, and Social Work Undergraduate Students’ Practice of Attitudes Toward and Knowledge/Skills with Evidence-Based Practice (EBP): was presented at Celebration of Scholarship, MSU – April 23, 2017.

13. Ayinagadda, S. (2017). Social Networks and Economic Integration of Racialized Immigrants: presented at ICHER March 24-25, 2017, Houston, Texas, USA

14. Ayinagadda, S. (2016). “The evidence-based social work practice: The role of research” presented at a conference at Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, India, on June 25, 2016.

15. Pasupuleti, S. & Ayinagadda, S. (2016). Implicit Curriculum in Social Work Education: Case Studies. Annual Program Meeting of Council of Social Work Education (CSWE), Atlanta, GA. November 6, 2017.

16. Ayinagadda, S. (2016). Integrating the School-based Education into the Teaching of the Group Work Practice. Annual Program Meeting of Council of Social Work Education (CSWE), Atlanta, GA. November 6, 2016.

17. Ayinagadda, S. (2014). A proposal for “Integrating School-based Education into the Teaching of the Group Work Practice” was submitted for presentation at the CSWE Annual Conference 2014, but not selected. This proposal received a score of 3.3 of 5. The minimum score is 3.5 of 5 points.

18. Ayinagadda. S (2013). Anti-arrack Movement by the working class women: An Andhra Pradesh Experience, India, presented at Grand Rounds, MSU, Wichita Falls - 19th November 2013

19. Ayinagadda, S. (2012). Barriers to health care access for older adults in rural communities in Louisiana. Presented at the Health Fair organized by Grambling State University, Grambling, Louisiana, USA April 22, 2012

20. Ayinagadda, S. (2010). Women empowerment through microcredit. Presented at the symposium organized by the school of social work, Grambling State University, USA March 2010.

21. Ayinagadda, S. (2010). Women empowerment through microcredit. Presented at the symposium organized by the school of social work, Grambling State University, USA March 2010.

22. Ginette Lafreniere, Satyanarayana Ayinagadda, Gillian Wells, Matt Riehl, Jenni Rowe MSW, & Maike Zinabou (2008). Co-operatives and Minority Francophones in Southern Ontario: An Awkward and Necessary Dance Towards Social and Economic Inclusion, presented at the social economy seminar at Toronto, Canada, June 2008.

23. Satyanarayana Ayinagadda (2002). Disaster Preparedness; A Unique Experience of Post- Disaster Scenario, presented at an international seminar on Disaster Preparedness, organized by the Department of Architecture, Montreal University, at Montreal, Canada, May 2002