Podcast: LGBTQ Youth in Foster Care, with Sarah Mountz
Sarah Mountz joined UAlbany faculty in 2017 after teaching at California State University for four years.
ALBANY, N.Y. (April 4, 2019) -- Sarah Mountz is an assistant professor in the School of Social Welfare
at UAlbany. Mountz's research focuses on the experiences of LGBTQ youth in child welfare and juvenile justice systems, and among homeless youth populations.
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