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Cheryl A. Hyde

Cheryl A. Hyde, PhD, MSW
Associate Professor 
 
 

Contact

Ritter Annex Room 517
215-204-7112
 

Education:

  • Ph.D., 1991, University of Michigan, Social Work and Sociology
  • M.S.W., 1983, University of Michigan, Community Organization and Administration
  • Certificate in Labor Relations, 1983, University of Michigan, Institute of Labor Relations
  • B.A. cum laude, 1979, Mount Holyoke College, Community Studies and the Peasantry

Research Interests 

  • Community Capacity Building, Social Capital, and Civic Engagement
  • Multicultural Education 
  • Feminist Theory and Practice
  • Diversity in Human Service Organizations
  • Socioeconomic Class Identity, Relations, and Stratification
  • Macro Practice Ethics

Biography

Dr. Cheryl A. Hyde is an associate professor in the School of Social Work.  Her areas of scholarship include community capacity building and civic engagement, multicultural education, feminist theory and practice, organizational transformation, diversity in human service organizations, social movements and social change, socioeconomic power and privilege, and macro practice ethics. Dr. Hyde is Principal Investigator for the multi year research project - “Building Capacities/Making Connections: A Multi-Year Study of Human and Social Capital Development through the HIP Career Pathways Initiative,” (Administration for Children & Families/DHHS).  She also is Principle Investigator for two behavioral health training grants – “ACE IT: Advanced Clinical Education and Interprofessional Training Program” and "SWAN (Social Work Addressing Needs) Scholarship Program", both funded by HRSA/DHHS.  Dr. Hyde is co-author, with Dr. Marcia Cohen, of Empowering Workers and Clients for Organizational Change, has published over 40 articles and book chapters, and presented widely at social work and social science conferences.

Dr. Hyde is a recipient of the Contributions to Feminist Scholarship Award, presented by the CSWE Commission on the Role and Status of Women.  Her areas of teaching include community and policy practice, organizational theory, social work ethics, and societal change; she also facilitates trainings on a variety of topics including human service ethics, working with differences and diversity, creating learning organizations, and supervision. Dr. Hyde serves on several social science and social work journal editorial boards, is founding co-chair of the Community & Neighborhood Research Cluster for SSWR, is on the Sage Advisory Board for Human Services, is a former editor of the Journal of Progressive Human Services and is past President of the Association for Community Organization and Social Administration (ACOSA).

Course Involvement

  • “Advanced Field Practicum I & II” (graduate)
  • “Community and Policy Practice I & II” (graduate  
  • “Evaluation Research: Macro Practice” (graduate)
  • “Foundation Field Practicum I & II” (graduate)
  • "Macro Practice" (graduate)
  • “Organizations and Communities: HBSE II” (graduate)
  • “Patterns of Social Service Delivery” (undergraduate)
  • “Social Justice: Foundation for Transformational Social Work” (graduate)
  • “Social Transformation” (undergraduate and graduate)
  • “Social Work Practicum I & II” (undergraduate)
  • “Wealth, Poverty, and In-between: The Implications of Socio-economic Class Identity and Stratification for Social Work” (graduate)

Publications/Presentations

Recent Publications

  • Cohen, Marcia and Cheryl A. Hyde. (2014). Empowering Workers and Clients for Organizational Change.  Lyceum Publishers.
  • Hyde, Cheryl A.  (2012)  “Ethical Dilemmas in Human Service Management: Identifying and Resolving the Challenges,” Ethics & Social Welfare, 6(4), 351-367.
  • Hyde, Cheryl A.  (2012).  “Organizational Change Rationales: Exploring Reasons for Multicultural Development in Human Service Agencies,” Administration in Social Work, 36(5), 436-456.
  • Hyde, Cheryl A., Karen Hopkins and Megan Meyer. (2012). “Pre-Capacity Building in Loosely-Coupled Collaborations: Setting the Stage for Future Initiatives,” Gateway: International Journal of Community Research and Engagement, 5, 1-22.
  • Hyde, Cheryl A. (2012). “Challenging Ourselves: Critical Self-Reflection on Power and Privilege.” In M. Minkler (Ed.), Community Organizing and Community Building for Health, 3rd edition.  New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
  • Minkler, Meredith, Cheri Pies, and Cheryl A. Hyde.  (2012).  “Ethical Issues and Practical Dilemmas in Community Organizing and Community Capacity Building.”  In M. Minkler (Ed.), Community Organizing and Community Building for Health, 3rd edition.  New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
  • Walter, Cheryl L. and Cheryl A. Hyde.  (2012).  “Community Building Practice: An Expanded Conceptual Framework.” In M. Minkler (Ed.), Community Organizing and Community Building for Health, 3rd edition.  New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
  • Hyde, Cheryl A.  (2010). “What’s Ethics Got to Do with It?  Using Evidence to Inform Management Practice.”  In M. Roberts-DeGennero and S. Fogel (Eds.) Evidence-based Practice in Organization and Community Settings, pp. 35-53. Chicago: Lyceum
  • Hyde, Cheryl A. and Megan Meyer. (2010).  “Does Attitudinal Consensus Lead to Neighborhood Collaboration?  An Exploratory Analysis of an Urban Community,” Journal of Human Behavior & the Social Environment, 20(1), 56-73.

Recent Refereed Presentations

  • Hyde, Cheryl A.  (forthcoming).  “Charisma, Collectives and Commitment: Hybrid Authority in Feminist Social Movement Organizations.”  Paper to be presented at the 2016 ARNOVA Conference, Washington, DC.
  • Hyde, Cheryl A.  (forthcoming).  “Leading from Below: Low-Power Actors as Organizational Change Agents.”  Paper to be presented at the 2016 ARNOVA Conference, Washington, DC.
  • Hyde, Cheryl A. and Karin Eyrich Garg.  (2016).  “The Social Capital of Low-Income Urban Residents: Implications for Understanding Civil Society at the Margins.”  Paper presented at the International Society for Third Sector Research, June, Stockholm.
  • Hyde, Cheryl A., More, Eian, and Karin Eyrich Garg.  (2016).  “What Happens Next?: Workforce Training Alumni Reflect on Program Experiences, Expectations and Employment Plans.”  Paper presented at the ACF/OPRE Research and Evaluation Conference on Self-Sufficiency, June, Washington DC.
  • Hyde, Cheryl A.  (2016).  “Multicultural Organizational Development in Human Service Agencies: Who Leads and with What Results?”  Paper presented at the SSWR Annual Conference, Washington DC.
  • Hyde, Cheryl A. and Karin Eyrich Garg.  (2015).  “Urban Community Silos: The Social Capital of Low-Income Residents and Implications for Workforce Development.”  Paper presented at the Urban Affairs Association Conference, Miami.
  • Hyde, Cheryl A. (2014) “More than the Individual: The Impact of Participant Social Capital on Job Training Program Success.”  Paper presented at the Welfare Research & Evaluation Conference, Washington, DC.
  • Hyde, Cheryl A.  (2013).  “The Impact of Environmental and Social Capital on Workforce Training Success for Low-Income Individuals.”  Paper presented at the APPAM Research Conference, Washington, DC.
  • Hyde, Cheryl A. (2013).  “Building Capacities and Making Connections: How Context Shapes Training Outcomes.”  Presentation at the Welfare Research & Evaluation Conference, Washington, DC.
  • Hyde, Cheryl A. (2012). “Does Social Work Research Ignore Socio-Economic Class?: A Content Analysis of Recent Literature.”  Paper presented at the SSWR Annual Conference, Washington, DC.
  • Hyde, Cheryl A.  (2011).  “’We Hope for the Best:’ Ethical Challenges and Resolutions of Human Service Managers.” Paper presented at the National Network of Social Work Managers – Annual Management Institute, Baltimore, MD.
  • Hyde, Cheryl A.  (2010).  “Ethical Dilemmas in Human Service Management: Identifying and Resolving the Challenges.”  Paper presented at the ARNOVA Annual Meeting, Alexandria, VA.
  • Garg, Karin Eyrich, Cheryl A. Hyde and Sarah Jacobson.  (2010).  “Violence in the Lives of Homeless Women.”  Paper presented at the 138th APHA Annual Meeting, Denver.
  • Dannenfelser, Paul and Cheryl A. Hyde.  (2010).  “Class Conflict in the Ivory Tower: Labor-Management Relations in Higher Education.”  Paper presented at the How Class Works Conference, SUNY Stonybrook.

 

Grants & Contracts

 

2016 – present

Principal Investigator, Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students, Human Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)/DHHS (T08HP30221).  Grant: $1.9 million/4 years.

2014 – present

Principal Investigator, “Advanced Clinical Education and Interpersonal Training (ACE IT) Program,” Human Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)/DHHS (G02HP27965).  Grant: $1.3 million/3 years.

2011 – 2016

Principal Investigator, “Building Capacities/Making Connections: A Multi-Year Study of Human and Social Capital Development through the HIP Career Pathways Initiative,” Administration for Children & Families/DHHS (90PH0022).  Grant: $1.48 million/4 years.