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