Greif, Geoffrey L.
GREIF, Geoffrey L.
GREIF, Geoffrey L. American, b. 1949. Genres: Social work, Human relations/Parenting. Career: School social worker in Camden, NJ, 1974-76; Drenk Memorial Guidance Center, Burlington, NJ, clinical social worker, 1976-79; University of Maryland at Baltimore, assistant professor, 1984-89, associate professor of social work, 1989-93, professor, 1993-, associate dean, 1996-. Adjunct instructor at Philadelphia College of the Performing Arts, 1974-76, Widener University, 1982-84, and Cabrini College, 1983-84. Publications: Single Fathers, 1985; (with M.S. Pabst) Mothers without Custody, 1988; The Daddy Track and the Single Father, 1990; (with R.L. Hegar) When Parents Kidnap: The Families behind the Headlines, 1993; (with Hegar) Understanding Abducted Children, 1993; (with Hegar) Parents Who Abduct (monograph), 1994; (ed. with P. Ephross) Group Work with Populations at Risk, 1997; Out of Touch, 1997; (with F. Hrabowksi and K. Maton) Beating the Odds: Raising Academically Successful African American Males, 1998; (with F. Hrabowski, K. Maton, and M. Greene) Overcoming the Odds: Raising Academically Successful African American Women, 2002. Address: School of Social Work, University of Maryland at Baltimore, 525 West Redwood St., Baltimore, MD 21201, U.S.A.