Cora C. Le Doux, PhD
Professor of Social Work
BSW Program Director
Interim Director for the Worden School of Social Service
- PhD, Social Work - University of Texas at Austin
- MSSW, Administration and Planning - University of Texas at Austin
- BA, Social Work and Sociology - New Mexico State University
Office: Worden School, Room #9
Phone: 210-434-6711, ext. 2228
Conversations on Immigration and Social Work Education: Best Practices in Student Preparation for Practice, CSWE Annual Program Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, October 2011 (Invited Panel Member).
Cadena, L. & Le-Doux, C. (2006, June). “Study Abroad in Guatemala: Merging Social Work Education, Service-Learning, Language and Cultural Immersion.” Conference Proceedings of the 5th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences.
Le-Doux, C., & Montalvo, F. (1999). Multicultural content in graduate social work programs: A national study. The Journal of Multicultural Social Work, 7(1/2), 37-55.
Book Review: Cultural Diversity: A Primer for the Human Services by Jerry V. Diller (1999). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Company. Review published in the Journal of Ethnic & Cultural Diversity in Social Work, 9(3/4), pp. 167-168.
Book Review: A Part, Yet Apart: South Asians in Asian America by Lavina Dhingra Shankar and Rajini Skikanth (Editors) (1998). Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press. Review published in Affilia, 14(2), pp. 257-258.
Le-Doux, C. (1997). The voice of social work in the immigration debate. Perspectivas Sociales/Social Perspectives, 1(1), 107-119.
Le-Doux, C. (1996). Career patterns of African American and Hispanic social work doctorates and ABDs. Journal of Social Work Education, 31(1), 245-252.
Le-Doux, C., & Stephens, K. (1992). Refugee and immigrant social service delivery: Critical management issues. The Journal of Multicultural Social Work, 2(1), 31-46.
Le-Doux, C., & Stephens, K. (1992). Refugee and immigrant social service delivery: Critical management issues. In Angela Shen Ryan, (Editor), Social Work With Immigrants and Refugees, (p. 31-43). New York: Haworth Press, Inc.