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.
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).