Faculty & Staff Profiles
Terri Kilbane, PhD
Title/s: Associate Professor
Office #: Maguire Hall 532
Ph.D., Concentration: Social Policy and Research - 1988
University of Illinois at Chicago,
Jane Addams College of Social Work
M.A., Concentration: Social Development - 1976
The University of Chicago
The School of Social Service Administration
Awards and Recognitions:
- Curl Fellowship, Loyola University, 1998-1999
- Chairman’s Award, African-American Advisory Council, Illinois Department of Children & Family Services, April 2001
- Faculty Recognition Recipient, Loyola University, October 2001
- Field Museum, Center for Cultural Understanding and Change, Cultural Connections, Urban Research and Course Transformation Institute 2003
- CADE Faculty Fellow, May-June 2004
- Africa Immersion Trip, Faculty Recipient for May 2005 trip, Center for Ethics and Social Justice
- Nurturing the Commitment to Justice, John Carroll University, October 13 – 16, 2005, Faculty Attendee
- Loyola University Chicago, Immersion Trip, Faculty Recipient for Summer 2009 Trip, Rebuilding Katrina Homes, Mission and Ministry Department
- Group Work
- Elder Abuse
- Domestic Violence
- Older Women
- Research Methodology & Analysis
Current Research Projects:
- Co-PI for Evaluation/Research for Office of Minority Health, Minority Youth Violence Prevention II (MYVPII) Grant (with Caleb Kim, PI)
- Group Work in the Field: A Survey of Field Work Instructors to Assess the Prevalence and the Use of Groups at Their Agencies (with Shirley Simon).
- Authors of Group Work-Focused Dissertations in Social Work: A Follow Up Study (with Shirley Simon)
- How do Social Workers Perceive Advocacy? (with Amy Krings)
Professional & Community Affiliations
Community and Professional Service:
- Woodlawn Summit, Crime and Safety
- African Immersion Trip Summer 2005
- Teaching at Rome Campus, Summer 2007 and 2008, SOWK 610F Social Policy and Practice with Families and Children
- SOWK 506 Methods of Social Research
- SOWK 606 Practicum in Research in Social Work
Doctoral Level Courses
- SOWK 821 Practicum in Research I - Quantitative Methods
- SOWK 831 Practicum in Research-II - Qualitative Methods
Recent Faculty Grants:
- Advocacy Work among Social Workers, Loyola University Chicago Summer 2017 stipend.
- IASWG – SPARC grant – “Social Work Dissertations Focusing on Group Work: An Historical Analysis”, 2013.
- Brookdale Foundation (RAPP) – Recipient of Two-year foundation grant re grandparents raising grandchildren, 2011.
- Domestic Violence Grown Old: The Voice of the Older Abused Woman. Loyola University Chicago, Summer 2008 Research Stipends.
- Simon, S.R. and Kilbane, T. "Exploring Connections Between Social Work Dissertations and Future Group Work Professionals", Council on Social Work Education, Orlando, FL, November 2018, poster presentation.
- Simon, S.R. and Kilbane, T. “Status of Group Work Education in Masters-level Social Work Program: Survey Findings and Implications”, Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development 2018, Dublin, Ireland, July 4-7, 2018, paper presentation.
- Kilbane, T. “Multiple Systems’ Response to Older Abused Women: Comparison of the Use and Barriers to Service Delivery and Legal Options”, Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development 2018, Dublin, Ireland, July 4-7, 2018, poster presentation.
- Kilbane, T. “Voices of Older Abuse Women: Their Experience in Surviving Interpersonal Violence”, Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development 2018, Dublin, Ireland, July 4-7, 2018, poster presentation.
- Kilbane, T. and Simon, S.R. IASWG 40th Annual International Symposium of IASWG. “Group Work in the Field: A Survey of Field Work Instructors to Assess the Prevalence and Use of Groups at Their Agencies”, Kruger National Park, South Africa (June 2018).
- Simon, S.R. and Kilbane, T. IASWG 39th Annual International Symposium of IASWG. “Underexplored Aspects of Group Work Education in MSW Programs: Survey Results”, New York, NY (June 2017).
- Simon, S.R., Kilbane, T. and others. IASWG 39th Annual International Symposium of IASWG. “The 2017 IASWG SPARC Showcase and Forum on Project Application, Acceptance an Implementation", New York, NY (June 2017).
- Kilbane, T.; Hong, P; Krings, A.; Wathen, M. and Barry, J. Social Justice Summit, Loyola University Chicago School of Social Work Student Organization (SSWSO. “A Case-Based Learning Approach to Advocacy Work & Skill Development”, Chicago, IL (March 2017).
- Marton, B., Kilbane, T., Nelson-Becker, H. (2018). Exploring the Loss and Disenfranchised Grief of Animal Care Workers. Death Studies, (In Press).
- Shirley R. Simon, Teresa L. Kilbane & Elizabeth B. O. Stoltenberg (2017). Underexplored Aspects of Group-work Education in MSW Programs, Social Work with Groups, DOI: 10.1080/01609513.2017.1393370.
- Kilbane, T. (editor) and Spira, M. (co-editor). Older women: Current and Future Challenges of Professionals with An Aging Population. Teresa Kilbane, Editor, Marcia Spira, Co-editor. Bentham Science Publishers, 2016.
- Simon, S. R., Kilbane, T. (2014). The current state of group work education in U.S. graduate schools of social work. Social Work with Groups, 37, 243-256.
- Kilbane, T., Freire, P.R., Hong, P.Y.P, Pryce, J.M. A Case-based Collaborative Learning Model for Teaching Advocacy. Social Work Education, Vol. 33, Issue. 8, 2014.