DR. BETH SPENCINER ROSENTHAL
Professor
York College and
The Graduate Center
The City University of New York
Jamaica, NY 11451
Office: AC - 3B03
P: 718-262-2615
F: 718-262-3790

rosenthal@york.cuny.edu

 


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    SW 350
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    SSW 76000
    SSW 76100

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PRESENTATIONS (Invited Speaker)

  • Rosenthal, B. S. (2010, August). Psychological distress among beginning York College students. Presentation at York College President’s Retreat: The New Millennium Student, New York.
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (2010, April). Psychological Distress among College Students: Prevalence of Distress, Academic Performance, Physical Health, & Use of Counseling. Paper presentation at York College of The City University of New York Provost Lecture Series.
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (2004, March). Community violence exposure among adolescents. Poster presented at IASWR/Congressional 10th Anniversary Poster Session and Reception on Capitol Hill. (Invited as one of 15 “leading social work researchers in the US”).
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (2002, October). Exposure to community violence and adolescents: Causes, consequences and implications. Paper presented at Building safe communities: Coping with uncertainty and violence Conference (sponsored by Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services).
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (2002, March). An ecological approach to psychological symptoms among adolescents. Paper presentation at Adelphi University School of Social Work Faculty Development Conference.
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (2001, May). Exposure to recurring community violence and mental health. Paper presented at The University of The West Indies – Jamaica.
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (2000, July). Exposure to recurring community violence: Antecedents and consequents. Paper presented at Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel.
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (2000, May). Exposure to recurring community violence: Antecedents and consequents. Presentation at North Brooklyn Health Network, New York.
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