Ronald Mincy, Columbia University

Professor Social Work New York City, New York rm905@columbia.edu Office: (212) 851-2406

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Mincy joined the School of Social Work faculty in 2001; he teaches Introduction to Social Welfare Policy and Program Evaluation. He came to the University from the Ford Foundation where he served as a senior program officer and worked on such issues as improving U.S. social welfare policies f...

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Bio/Research

Mincy joined the School of Social Work faculty in 2001; he teaches Introduction to Social Welfare Policy and Program Evaluation. He came to the University from the Ford Foundation where he served as a senior program officer and worked on such issues as improving U.S. social welfare policies for low-income fathers, especially child support, and workforce development policies; he also served on the Clinton Administration's Welfare Reform Task Force. Mincy is a co-principal investigator of the Fragile Families and Child Well-being Survey, a faculty member of the Columbia University Population Center, and the director of the School of Social Work’s Center for Research on Fathers, Children, and Family Well-being.

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