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Neil White
Associate Professor
School of Behavioral & Social Sci
STRS 231
318-342-1448
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Neil R White, PhD
Associate Professor, Social Work

Education

Ph D

2006, Sociology
Mississippi State University

MS

1993, Sociology
Illinois State University

BS

1991, Sociology
Florida State University

Recent Publications

White, N., McGahan, J., Sutherlin, J., Alibeli, M. (2009). A Report for the Center for Community Preparedness Office of Public Health Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals Assessment of the Dissemination of the Individual and Family Handbook "How You Can Be Prepared for a Flu Pandemic".
White, N., McGahan, J., Sutherlin, J., Alibeli, M. (2010). Public Perceptions Concerning Flu Pandemic Preparedness as it Relates to the H1N1 Swine Flu.
Alibeli, M., White, N. (2010). The Effects of Country, Gender, Social Class and Education on College Students’ Concern about the Environment in Five Arab Countries (pp. 43-65). Contemporary Issues in Criminology and the Social Sciences.
Alibeli, M., White, N. (2011). Gender and Environmental Concern in the Middle East (pp. 156-170 (15)). Leiden/Boston: Perspectives on Golbal Development and Technology.
Alibeli, M., White, N. (2011). The Structure of Environmental Concern (pp. 1-8). Radford, Va: International Journal of Business and Social Science.

Research Grants

Jesmin, S. S. (Principal), Campbell, H. W. (Co-Principal), White, N. (Supporting), Alibeli, M. (Supporting), Amin, I. (Supporting), "Green Acres Healthy Bodies" (), Sponsored By Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), External to The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $50000. (July 2010 - June 2012).
White, N. (Principal), McGahan, J. (Supporting), Sutherlin, J. (Supporting), Alibeli, M. (Supporting), "H1N1 Public Assessment “Scope of Work” for the Center for Community Preparedness Office of Public Health" (Not Funded), Sponsored By Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals, External to The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $49778. (March 30 2010 - June 30 2010).
White, N. (Principal), McGahan, J. (Supporting), Sutherlin, J. (Supporting), Alibeli, M. (Supporting), "A Report for the Center for Community Preparedness Office of Public Health Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals; Assessment of the Dissemination of the Individual and Family Handbook “How You Can Be Prepared for a Flu Pandemic”" (Funded), Sponsored By Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals, External to The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $24367. (February 27 2008 - December 18 2009).
White, N. (Co-Principal), Jesmin, S. S. (Principal), McGee, M. G. (Supporting), "Adolescent Sexual Behaviors and Teenage Pregnancy in Union Parish: A Pilot study into the Prevalence, Underlying Causes, and Potential Prevention Strategies" (Not Funded), Sponsored By Living Well Foundation, External to The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $33750. (December 2008 - June 2009).
White, N. (Supporting), "CERT Medical Home Model Project" (Funded), Sponsored By Consortium for Educational Research and Technology for Northern Louisiana (CERT) request for an analysis of workforce needs supply and demand to support a medical home model for health care delivery for citizens of northwest Louisiana (Funding provided by the National Institutes of Health, National Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities), External to The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $2500. (June 1 2008 - August 15 2008).

Awards & Honors

March 2010 Department candidate for the College of Arts and Sciences Award for Outstanding Performance in Teaching, 2010.

1996 Outstanding Teaching Assistant.

1987 Outstanding College Students of America.

1987 Chautauqua Scholar.

Courses Taught

CJUS 4005Theories of Crime/Delinquency, 2 course(s)

SOCL 1001INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY, 52 course(s)

SOCL 3005POPULAR CULTURE, 7 course(s)

SOCL 3025CONTEMP SOCIAL MOVEMENTS, 7 course(s)

SOCL 4002SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 16 course(s)

SOCL 4004Medical Sociology, 2 course(s)

SOCL 4005Theories of Crime/Delinquency, 4 course(s)

SOCL 4019THE FAMILY, 4 course(s)

SOCL 4036SEMINAR IN DEVEL OF SOCIOLOGY, 8 course(s)

SOCL 4043SOCIOLOGY/SPORTS, REC, LEISURE, 7 course(s)

SOCL 4099Senior Seminar, 1 course(s)

SOCW 1001INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL WORK, 8 course(s)

SOCW 4012DIVERSITY, 3 course(s)

SOCW 4019THE CHILD, FAMILY, & COMMUNITY, 2 course(s)