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Teaches social policy history and analysis as well as conducts research to improve social work services for individuals, families, and communities affected by a disaster.
Professor emeritus, licensed clinical social worker in Illinois and frequent workshop presenter on social work ethics.
Directs the field education program in the School of Social Work.
Administrative Assistant for the Master of Social Work program
Professor, retired. Taught across the research curriculum in the School of Social work and before that in the Sociology department. Expertise in economic and social justice.
Teaches generalist practice, field seminar, social work with substance using disorders, and spirituality and social work.
Teaches across the social work spectrum specializing in teaching practice courses.
Teaches Gerontological Social Work and Research Design and Program Evaluation with clinical practice experiences in gerontological settings.
Professor Emeritus. Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Social work textbook author. Expertise in empowerment-based clinical practice, family therapy, and work with mandated or resistant clients.
Teaches theory related to human behavior, emphasizing the interconnection of ideas and both clinical and environmental social work practices.
Directs the School of Social Work and has taught across the social work curriculum at both the concentration and foundation level, including Couple and Family Therapy, Mental Health, and Concentration Field Seminar.
Assists with management of the School of Social Work and helps prospective students apply to the program.