Associate Professor Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh MSW, Grambling State University B.A., Grambling State University Tony B. Lowe's teaching and research interest focus on social work practice, social policy, mental health policy, race/ethnicity, service barriers, and international outreach. He has a particular research interest in workplace safety issues human service, supervisory decision making, and barriers to service access for people of color. Selected Publications Lowe, T.B. (2011). Practitioner’s risk exposure to client violence: A test of gender sensitive case assignment. The Clinical Supervisor. 30(1) 19-35. Daniels, J.B. & Lowe, T.B. (2014). Students' acceptance of Afrocentricity into the social work curriculum. Journal of Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship Lowe, T.B., Dozier, C.D. & Hunt-Hurst, P., & Smith, B. (2008) Study Abroad in West Africa: A Collaborative Model of International Education. College Student Journal. 42(3).