Graduate School of Social Work Associate Professor Inna Altschul's research and practice focus on promoting positive child and youth development among low-income, immigrant and Latino/a youth. Central areas of interest in her work are family processes, racial-ethnic identity, immigration, youth empowerment, child and adolescent development within family/ school/ community systems, and preventative interventions. In her research she uses both ecological, sociological, and psychological perspectives, as well as qualitative and quantitative methodologies. At GSSW, she teaches courses in the children and youth track, practice evaluation and research, and PhD statistics.
This portfolio last updated: Jan 6, 2016 9:18:43 PM