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Aislinn Conrad-Hiebner

  • Doris Duke Fellow
  • Assistant Professor, School of Social Work

Biography

Aislinn Conrad-Hiebner, Ph.D., is a Doris Duke Fellow and an assistant professor of social work in the University of Iowa College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Her overall research examines the social determinants that reduce child maltreatment and promote family wellbeing. Past projects include linking material hardship (food/housing insecurity) to child abuse, and validating the Spanish version of the Protective Factors Survey. 

Before her appointment at the University of Iowa, Conrad-Hiebner received her M.S.W. and Ph.D. from the University of Kansas. There, she served as an early childhood project coordinator, and managed a federally-funded early childhood project. Prior to receiving her graduate degrees, Conrad-Hiebner served as a case manager for children in the foster care system and investigated alleged incidences of child abuse and neglect in Kansas.

Research Interests

  • Child wellbeing
  • Child maltreatment prevention
  • Contextual factors of child maltreatment
  • Poverty
  • Material hardship
  • Structural equation modeling

Educational Background

  • Ph.D., University of Kansas
  • M.S.W., University of Kansas