Judith I. Gray, LCSW is an Associate Professor of Social Work at Ball State University with over 33 years of teaching and practice experience in social work. Her practice experience has been in clinical social work with an emphasis in inpatient psychiatric care, community mental health, women, families and older adults. As an educator, she has focused her research/grants on women’s leadership, service learning, case management training, cultural competence and virtual reality training. Most recently, she received training as member of the Macy T3 Interprofessional Education and Practice team for the College of Health and continues to help facilitate this initiative. She was involved in the College of Health’s Healthy Lifestyle Center initiative supported by the Ball Foundation. Professor Gray has presented at numerous conferences and has published articles in the Journal of Social Work Education and Practice, Professional Development: The International Journal of Continuing Social Work Education, International Journal of Lifelong Education, The Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work, The Journal of Excellence in College Teaching, The Journal of Computers and Human Services
and has book chapters on the topic of service learning published by Indiana University Press and the University of Indianapolis Press. She was also an invited author for a chapter on computer assisted instruction in case management, and another on disabilities in an introduction to social work text. She currently serves as a member of the Ball State University’s Indiana Women of Achievement/Perham Scholarship Committees, is Chair of the Departmental Scholarship Committee and Chair of the Departmental Salary Committee. She is also a Faculty Mentor for students with disabilities through Disabled Student Development and is a Wellness Ambassador with the University’s Working Well Program.