||Dr. Julie Miller-Cribbs|
Dr. Miller-Cribbs is Professor and Interim Director of the Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work. She is also a Research Associate in the School of Community Medicine. Prior to her academic career, she worked for seven years as an emergency-room social worker at a level-one trauma facility in St. Louis (Barnes-Jewish Hospital) and with urban families and youth at social service agencies in Chicago and St. Louis.
Julie's current research amplifies factors pertaining to vulnerability, strengths, and functioning in the arenas of diversity, health, and community life. Her publications have appeared in various journals, she has authored educational material utilized in textbooks and course outlines related to cultural diversity, and she is the author of three books. She has presented her research at over 40 national and international conferences. She has taught at both the MSW and doctoral level primarily in the areas of Social Welfare Policy, Health Policy, Advanced Social Work Practice and Research. She has received awards for her teaching and research, served as chair or member on 10 dissertation committees, mentored medical and nursing students, and multiple research assistants.
Julie has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Colorado College, a master’s degree in social work from the University of Chicago and received her Ph.D. from Washington University George Warren Brown School of Social Work.
A Tulsa native, Julie is married to Henry, a High School English teacher and has two children Carly (16) and Cole (12).