Dr. Jeanine C. Bozeman
Dr. Jeanine C. BozemanSenior Professor of Social Work


Office: Dodd Building: Office 208
Office Phone: (504) 282-4455 ext. 3207
Fax: (504) 286-3639
Home Phone: (985) 898-6346
E-Mail: jbozeman@nobts.edu

Education

  • Ph.D., New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, 1984
  • B.A., University of Montevello, 1951
  • M.R.E., NOBTS, 1969
  • M.S.W., Tulane University, 1972
  • Additional studies at Tulane University and University of Alabama

Teaching Experience

  • New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, 1985-present Teaching and Research Specializations: Loss & Grief, Marriage & Family, Communication, Aids Ministry, Divorce Issues, Ministry

Teaching Specializations

  • Loss & Grief
  • Marriage & Family
  • Communication
  • Aids Ministry
  • Divorce Issues
  • Ministry
  • Foster Care

Ministry Experience

  • Family Life Coordinator, First Baptist Church, Chalmette, LA 1980-83
  • Interim Minister of Education, Parkview Baptist Church, Alexandria, LA 1984-85
  • Pastor's Wife
  • Adult Bible Study Teacher, First Baptist Church, Covington, LA
  • Women’s Ministry Conference Leader

Publications

Articles

  • "What Can I Do When People Experience Mental Illness?", Accent;
  • "What People Need From the Church", Theological Educator;
  • "Support Groups For Parents of Persons With Aids", Theological Educator
  • "Journey Through Grief," Iuwess, Crisis & Loss, 1-99, Vol 7, #1
  • “Children in Crisis: Children and Divorce,” Ministry with Kids, 2006.
  • Devotions for Open Windows, October 24-28, 2011.

Books

  • Interpersonal Relationships for Ministers with Dr. Argile Smith, October 2004

Presentations

  • Texas Childhood Education Conference, Waco,TX, Baylor University-July ‘96
  • Texas Baptist Childhood Education Conference, Houston, TX 1998
  • Georgia Childhood Education Conference, Columbus, GA 1998
  • Texas Baptist Childhood Education Conference, First Baptist Church, Houston, Keynote Speaker, April 1998
  • Texas Baptist Childhood Education Conference, Baylor University, Conference Leader, May 1998
  • Grief Conference, First Baptist Church, St. Francisville, LA, August 2008
  • Speaker, Senior Adult Lessons Learned From Loss, First Baptist Church Covington, LA, August 2008
  • Helping Children Experiencing Grief from Death or Divorce, First Baptist Church Simpsonville, South Carolina, September 2008
  • Grief Conference, New Zion Baptist Church Covington, LA, September 2008
  • Senior Adult Revival First Baptist Church, Ethel, LA, Speaker, October 2008
  • Preschool Workers First Baptist Church Covington, LA, Speaker, October 2008
  • Women’s Retreat First Pilgrim Baptist Church New Orleans, LA, November 2008
  • Helping Children Cope with Grief and Loss” Capital Area Human Services Districts Social Workers, Baton Rouge, LA, December 2008
  • NOBTS and Tall Timbers Baptist Convention Center “Helping Children Cope with the Crisis of Death and Divorce,” New Orleans, LA, February 2009
  • National Association of Social Workers, LA “Helping Children Cope with Loss” Houma, LA, February 2009
  • National Association of Child Care Professionals, “Coping with Difficult People,” Orlando, FL, April 2009
  • Gentilly Baptist Church, “Coping with Loss,” New Orleans LA, May 009
  • National Association of Social Workers, LA, “Helping Children Cope with Divorce and Death,” Baton Rouge, LA, June 2009
  • “Role of Grief in Foster Care Services,” Baton Rouge, LA, April and May 2011
  • “Role of Grief in Foster Care Services,” Child Welfare Workers, Alexandria, LA, June 2011.
  • National Association of Social Workers, "Grief and Loss in Foster Care” Regional Continuing Education, Houma, LA, February 2012.
  • First Baptist Church Covington, "Understanding Grief," Covington, LA, February 2012
  • National Association of Social Workers, "All Stressed Out and Everywhere to Go." Louisiana Annual Conference, Baton Rouge, LA, March 2012.
  • National Association of Social Workers Continuing Education, Louisiana Annual Conference, "Ethics" Baton Rouge, LA, March 2012
  • “All Stressed Out and Everywhere to Go.” Break out session at Senior Fest 2012, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, March 2012.
  • International Association for Death Educators and Counselors, "Exploring the Impact of Grief in Foster Care" Atlanta, GA, March 2012.
  • National Association of Social Workers, "Grief Related to Foster Care." Regional Continuing Education, Lafayette, LA, April 2012.
  • National Association of Social Workers, Regional Continuing Education,” Grief Related to Foster Care." New Orleans, LA, May 2012
  • Planning meeting with the Director, Dr. Rheiner and Coordinator of the School of Social Work at USM, Hattiesburg, MS, August 20122

OUR MISSION

The mission of New Orleans Baptist Theological
Seminary is to equip leaders to fulfill the Great
Commission and the Great Commandments through
the local church and its ministries.


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