Jeanette "Jae" McQueen
Clinical Assistant Professor
MSW, University of Denver
Craig Hall, Room 335
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Prof. Jae McQueen teaches generalist practice, community practice, social welfare policy, and leadership courses. She has worked in a variety of clinical settings with children, youth and families including community-based services, residential treatment and public schools. Often these professional roles have included program and policy development across multiple public and private, non-profit systems of service.
Prof. McQueen's goal in every student interaction is inspiring future social work leaders to actively engage in their education. She utilizes teaching strategies that facilitate the learning environment and build upon students' knowledge, experiences and passions. She has demonstrated success in sparking student interest for subjects or courses that are not always the most favored.
Prof McQueen has received the following acknowledgments of her teaching, scholarship, and service:
Anyon, Y., Jenson, J., Altschul, I., Farrar, J., McQueen, J., Greer, E., Downing, B., Simmons, J. (2014). The persistent effect of race and the promise of alternatives to suspension in school discipline outcomes. Children and Youth Services Review, 44, 379-386. doi: 10.1016/j.childyouth.2014.06.025
2014 East, J., & McQueen, J. Creating Innovative Foundation Curriculum using Flipped Classroom Strategies. Paper presentation, Counsel on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting. October 26.
Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Best Practices
Presented to The Bridge Project
February 3, 2015
Knowledge of Child Welfare Policy: A Tool for Advocacy
Presented to the Kempe Center Fostering Healthy Futures Program
October 15, 2014