Dr. Charlotte Bright, Associate Professor & Director of The Doctoral Program
Phone: (410) 706.3605
UM School of Social Work
525 West Redwood Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
MSW, University of Iowa
PhD, Washington University in St. Louis
Gender and Juvenile Justice
Adolescent and Young Adult Development
Quantitative and Qualitative Methodology
Bright, C. L., & Jonson-Reid, M. (2015). Multiple service system involvement and later offending behavior: Implications for prevention and early intervention. American Journal of Public Health, 105(7), 1358-1364.
Bright, C. L., Young, D. W., Bessaha, M. L., & Falls, B. (2015). Perceptions and outcomes following teen court involvement. Social Work Research, 39(3), 135-146.
Rushovich, B. R., Bartley, L. H., Steward, R. K., & Bright, C. L. (2015). Technical assistance: A comparison between providers and recipients. Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership, & Governance, 39(4), 362-379.
Sacco, P., Bright, C. L., Jun, H. J., & Stapleton, L. M. (2015). Developmental relations between alcohol and aggressive behavior among adolescents: Neighborhood and sociodemographic correlates. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 13(5), 603-617.
Shaw, T. V., Bright, C. L., & Sharpe, T. L. (2015). Child welfare outcomes for youth in care due to parental death or parental incarceration. Child Abuse and Neglect, 42, 112-120.