Director of Field Education | Clinical Instructor
Directs the field education program in the School of Social Work by coordinating placement and supervision of students in social service agencies.
Amanda has experience with a variety of client populations including families experiencing poverty, women who are pregnant/parenting, elderly, children, urban neighborhoods and rural communities.
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Education and Training
- DSW, St. Catherine University - University of St. Thomas (2018)
- MSW, St. Ambrose University
- BA, Wartburg College Social Work
Areas of Professional Interest
- Women's Health
- LGBT rights
- Social policy
Cox, E. O., & Augustine, J. (2017). The US Criminal Justice System: A Role for Radical Social Work. Journal of Progressive Human Services, 1-28.
Augustine, J. (2014). Addressing the Needs of Disaster Survivors: Does Their Voice Matter?. International Journal of Social Work and Human Services Practice, 2(1), 43-49.
Augustine, J. (2014). Predictors of posttraumatic growth among adult tsunami survivors: The role of employment, religion, and family attributes. Journal of Social Service Research, 40(4), 491-507.
Augustine, J. & Kokkammadathil, V. C. (2011). Program logic modeling as a tool for developing a disaster response and mitigation plan: The Somaliland experience. In. R. Kaufman, R. L. Edwards, J. Mirsky, & A. Avgar (Eds.), Crisis as an Opportunity: Organizational and Professional Responses to Disasters. University Press of America.
Augustine, J. (2008). Psychosocial care and support: Change in concept over time. In S. Jaswal and J. Joseph (Eds.), Psychosocial Support and Mental Health Services in Disasters, JTCDM Working Paper Series, Jamsetji Tata Center for Disaster Management, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, India.
John, A., Koloth, R., Lim, S., & Augustine, J. (2007). Prevalence of and risk factors for diabetes in people with severe mental illness [Abstract]. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 41(Suppl. 2), 252.
Social Policy Development, Implementation, & Analysis
Practice I: General Processes, Methods, & Skills
Field Seminar III: Social Work Ethics
Field Seminar IV: Ethical Decision-Making
Master of Social Work
North Davenport Education Center, 1950 E. 54th St.
Mailing: 518 W. Locust St.
Davenport, IA 52803