Diana Jones

Diana L. Jones passed away from complications from peritonitis and cancer treatment on Monday, Sept. 21, 2015. She was an associate professor in the Human Services program in Woodring College of Education at Western Washington University and had been recently named the new director of the Human…

Diana Jones (Human Services) had the article she wrote with L. Cassidy and C.A. Heflinger published in the Journal of Rural Mental Health 36(1), pp. 24-33. The piece was titled "'You can talk to them. You can pray': Rural clergy responses to adolescents with mental health concerns.…

Diana Jones, an assistant professor in Human Services and Rehabilitation in Western Washington University's Woodring College of Education, had a paper published recently with Ellen Clayton titled "The role of distress in uptake and response to predisposition genetic testing."

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Diana Jones, an assistant professor in the Department of Human Services and Rehabilitation, together with recent graduates Christina Van Wingerden and Louise McKenna Rae, presented “Networking for Diversity in Human Service Education” at the Society for Community Research and Action in Chicago from…
Diana Jones, Human Services, together with Laurel Cassidy, University of Tennessee, and Craig Anne Heflinger, Vanderbilt University, presented “Rural Clergy Perceptions of and Responses to Adolescents with Mental Health Concerns,” at the 71st Annual Meeting for the Society of Applied Anthropology…

Three faculty-student research teams will present their studies on selected writing instruction practices, including blogging, peer response and the use of visuals, from noon to 1:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 28, in Haggard Hall Room 232.

Each presentation will by followed by a dialogue/…

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