|Office Tel No.||02-3366-1259|
|Research Expertise||Social Work with Youth, Statistics and Research Methods|
|Teaching Field||Introduction to Social Work ,Independent Study|
|Education||Ph. D., Washington University|
Chen Yu-Wen is now a professor of Social Work department at the National Taiwan University, where she had taught since 1996. She obtained her doctoral degree from the School of Social Work, Washington University in St. Louis. Her research has focused on needs of disadvantaged youth and their families. She is especially interested in social services and welfare policies concerning youth. Her research projects in recent years include, a 3-year panel study on life adjustment of children and adolescents from new immigrant families in Taiwan; and a two-year study to examine the traumatized experiences, mental health conditions and the attitudes toward prostitution of children engaged in sex-trade, as well as their opinions about current services.
Her most recent publication is the life adjustment of children from new immigrant families in Taiwan (Routledge, 2014, edited by Chiu Kuei-fen, Dafydd Fell, & Lin Ping).
She teaches courses on statistics, advance statistics, research methods, and youth welfare. She has published many journal articles and won numerous teaching awards.