Center on Assets, Education, and Inclusion

Mac Crawford was a Master's level student at the University of Kansas. Mr. Crawford received his Bachelor's from the University of Kansas in Psychology and Anthropology in 2008. After receiving his BGS, he worked for the Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center in Lawrence, Kansas as a CSS/CFS Case Manager serving adults with severe and persistent mental illness as well as children with serious emotional disturbance. Mr. Crawford has worked on several research projects' through KU and also worked to develop a group depression protocol in conjunction with the Psychology department. His primary research interest is the financial and socio-psychological effects of household assets on educational outcomes with youth and family populations. Mr. Crawford continues to work at Bert Nash CMHC and is in an internship at Topeka High School in Topeka, Kansas.


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University of Kansas