Mary E. Medcalf
Coordinator of Field Education Programs
Office: 2148 Chrysler Hall North
Phone: (519) 253-3000 ext. 3065
Excellence in Education Award, 2011
A Book of My Own Children’s Literacy Award, 2002
The City of Windsor Sheila French Memorial Award, 2002
OASW Social Worker of the Year, Community Practice, 1998
Voyvodic, R., & Medcalf, M. Advancing social justice through an interdisciplinary approach to clinical legal education: The case of Legal Assistance of Windsor. Washington University Journal of Law and Social Policy.
Selected Agency-Based Reports (Principal Contributor)
Bill 125; An act to improve the identification, removal and prevention of barriers faced by persons with disabilities and to make related amendments to other acts: Report and presentation to the Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs, 2001.
Central housing registry of Windsor and Essex County: First annual report, 2001.
Coordination of not-for-profit legal services in Windsor and Essex County: Final report from community consultation, 2001.
Toward a barrier-free community: Developing a plan to ensure equal access for all members of the community, 2001.
Social housing reform in Ontario: Recommendations from Legal Assistance of Windsor, 2000.
Submission to the Task Force on Support and Services to the Homeless, 1998.
"Growing New Roots: Understanding homelessness among immigrants and refugees in a border community”, 2004, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Strategic Grant, Co-investigator, $100,000.00
“An Exploratory Longitudinal Study on Exits and Returns to Homelessness in Windsor and Toronto”, 2004, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation External Research Grant, Research Team Member, $25,000.00
Response to the Abuse and Neglect of Older Adults in Windsor and Essex County, 2004, $60,000
National Child Benefit Reinvestment Study, 2003, $73,000
A Community Response to the Abuse and Neglect of Older Adults in Windsor and Essex County, 2001, $190,000
Community Capacity Building Action Grant, 2001, $75,000
Kids Alliance, 1999, $165,000
An Evaluation of Kids Alliance, 1999, $25,000
Violence Against Women With a Disability, Ministry of Citizenship, Culture and Recreation, 1999, $6,000
United Way Venture Grants, 1997 to 2000, $25,000
Campaign 2000, 1997, $65,000
Community Connections, 1997, $75,000
Windsor Essex Low-Income Families Together, 1994, $10,000
Legal Aid Ontario Public Education Grants, 1992 to 1998, $20,000