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  • Faculty and Staff
    672 1763 cdilday uncfsu edu Dr Beverly Edwards Assistant Professor Lauretta Taylor Building 212 672 2432 bedwar11 uncfsu edu Dr Carla Fagan Adjunct Lecturer Lauretta Taylor Building 217 672 1210 cfagan uncfsu edu Mr Jonathan Glover Adjunct Lecturer Lauretta Taylor Building 235 672 1210 jglover uncfsu edu Ms Tanisha James Adjunct Lecturer Lauretta Taylor Building 235 672 1210 tjames8 uncfsu edu Ms Debra Johnson Adjunct Lecturer Lauretta Taylor Building 235 672 1210 djohns81 uncfsu edu Dr Oliver Johnson Associate Professor Certificate in Substance Abuse Studies Coordinator Lauretta Taylor Building 202 672 2214 ojohnso1 uncfsu edu Mr Dorrance Kennedy Lecturer Asst Director of Field Education Lauretta Taylor Building 211 672 2549 dkenned2 uncfsu edu Ms Densie Lucas Director of Field Education Lauretta Taylor Building 249 672 2287 dlucas5 uncfsu edu Vacant BSW Program Academic Advisor Lauretta Taylor Building 215 672 2514 Dr Mark Marquez Assistant Professor Lauretta Taylor Building 217 672 2671 mmarque2 uncfsu edu Mrs Mary McLean Department and MSW Administrative Support Associate Lauretta Taylor Building 228 672 1210 mmclea14 uncfsu edu Dr Quienton Nichols Assistant Professor Lauretta Taylor Building 210 672 2144 qnichols uncfsu edu Dr Gregory Perkins Assistant Chair Assistant Professor Lauretta Taylor Building 234 672 1021 gperkins uncfsu edu Ms Barbara Massey Stelly Adjunct Lecturer Lauretta J Taylor Building 235 672 1334 bstelly uncfsu edu LTC Ricky Wallace Adjunct Assistant Professor Lauretta Taylor Building 235 672 1334 rwallac4 uncfsu edu Ms Berrak Walters ARMY FSU MSW Program Coordinator Lauretta Taylor Building 216 672 1250 kwalter3 uncfsu edu Mr Gary Wicks Peace Corps Recruiter Lauretta Taylor Building 231 672 2453 peacecorps uncfsu edu Ms Molly Williams Adjunct Lecturer Lauretta Taylor Building 235 672 1210 mnwilliams01 uncfsu edu Dr Sharon E Williams Professor and BSW Program Director Lauretta Taylor Building 225A 672 2675 swill113 uncfsu edu Ms Yei Zigbuo

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/sw/faculty-and-staff (2016-02-17)
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  • Student Resources
    National Association of Social Workers Council on Social Work Education National Association of Social Workers North Carolina National Organization of Forensic Social Work International Council on Social Welfare International Federation of Social Workers North Carolina Social Work Certification and Licensure Board International Social Work Field Instruction North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Certification Board National Association of Black Social Workers Other Resources Social Work Access Network SWAN Influencing State Policy Social

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/sw/student-resources (2016-02-17)
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  • Social Work Alumni
    Social Services She is a Social Worker III in the Child Protective Services Unit RICHARD HALL MSW Class of 2005 is a Social Work Representative at the V A Hospital which is located in Fayetteville NC Social Work Alumni Bylaws News MSW Alumni Association Officers President Vacant Vice President Mr Clyde Foster Secretary Vacant Treasurer Ms Molly Williams Parliamentarian Mr Charles Nwosu MSW Alumni Directory Biographical Data Form PDF Copyright

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/sw/social-work-alumni (2016-02-17)
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  • Course Syllabi
    BSW Elective Instructor SWRK 220 Introduction to Human Services Dr Tamara Woods SWRK 380 Health and Social Work Dr Sharon E Williams SWRK 415 School Social Work Mrs Debra L L Brown SWRK 420 Substance Abuse Dr Mark Marquez SWRK 425 Social Work with Families Dr Sharon E Williams SWRK 440 Social Work with People of Color Mr Dorrance Kennedy SWRK 470 Aging and Social Work Dr Tamara Woods SWRK 480 Child Welfare Services Mrs Debra L L Brown MSW Course MSW Course Name Instructor SWRK 510 Social Welfare Policy and Services Dr Gregory Perkins SWRK 520 Human Behavior the Social Environment Dr Gregory Perkins SWRK 525 Human Behavior Social Environment II Dr Quienton L Nichols SWRK 530 Statistics Data Analysis Dr Chester Dilday SWRK 540 Social Work Intervention with Individuals and Families Dr Annie McCullough Chavis SWRK 560 Applied Social Work Research Methods Dr Chester Dilday SWRK 570 Interventions with Groups Communities and Organizations Dr Terri Moore Brown SWRK 574 Multicultural Practice with Diverse Population Dr Annie McCullough Chavis SWRK 580 Social Work Field Instruction I Dr Gregory Perkins SWRK 585 Social Work Field Instruction II Mrs Debra Brown SWRK 610 Social Work Practice with Families Dr Dennis Corbin SWRK 615 Social Work Practice in Mental Health Dr Mark Marquez SWRK 620 Social Work Practice with Child Adolescent Dr Annie McCullough Chavis SWRK 625 Social Work with Chemically Dependent Families Dr Oliver Johnson SWRK 626 Substance Abuse Intervention Mr Jonathan Glover SWRK 630 Assessment of Mental Disorders Dr Mark Marquez SWRK 635 Management of Human Services Organization Mr Johnathan Glover SWRK 650 Field Instruction III Ms Densie Lucas SWRK 655 Social Work Field Instructions IV Ms Densie Lucas MSW Elective Course MSW Elective Course Name Instructor SWRK 515 Forensic SW in the Criminal Justice System Dr Gregory Perkins SWRK

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/sw/course-syllabi (2016-02-17)
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  • FSU-FTCC Dual Degree Articulation Agreement
    Department Degree Programs Faculty and Staff Student Resources Social Work Alumni Course Syllabi FSU FTCC Dual Degree Articulation Agreement Giving Opportunities Peace Corps FSU FTCC Dual Degree Articulation Agreement FSU FTCC Dual Degree Articulation Agreement Copyright Fayetteville State University 1200 Murchison Road Fayetteville NC 28301 910 672 1111 A Constituent Institution of The University of North Carolina Contact Us Quick Links myBronco Portal A to Z Academic Advisement Banner Login

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/sw/fsu-ftcc-dual-degree-articulation-agreement (2016-02-17)
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  • Social Work Program Foundation Endowed Scholarship
    to raise 25 000 to support the endowment Once this goal is achieved the University will annually provide supplemental awards to students who meet the following criteria U S Citizen Accepted and enrolled in the MSW Program as a full time student at Fayetteville State University Have a 3 2 GPA or higher and provide a college transcript on a 4 0 scale Demonstrate Financial Need Volunteer and or Work Experience Extracurricular Activities Career Goals Bachelor of Social Work Program Foundation Endowed Scholarship We are pleased to inform you that the Bachelor of Social Work BSW Program at Fayetteville State University has established a Foundation Endowed Scholarship for BSW students You can make a difference in the quality of students recruited for the BSW Program The cost of attending college is very demanding and the cost of tuition is steadily rising Our BSW students who have outstanding academic credentials find it difficult to work and pursue a BSW degree In response to these needs a scholarship fund was established The scholarship will provide supplemental awards to eligible undergraduate social work students to help defray the costs of tuition Please consider giving a personal gift to the endowment Your investment in the endowment will support future generations of social work leaders This scholarship will provide the BSW Program an opportunity to recognize students with outstanding academic abilities and help relieve some of their financial burdens Your interest in our Bachelor of Social Work Program is sincerely appreciated Our goal is to raise 25 000 to support the endowment Once this goal is achieved the University will annually provide supplemental awards to students who meet the following criteria U S Citizen Accepted and enrolled in the BSW Program as a full time student at Fayetteville State University Have a 3 2 GPA

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/sw/giving-opportunities (2016-02-17)
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  • Peace Corps
    s so that you can be invited to serve overseas as a Volunteer The Peace Corps sends the best and brightest Americans abroad on behalf of the United States to tackle the most pressing needs of people around the world Volunteers live and work in communities overseas for 27 months to develop sustainable solutions that address challenges in agriculture community economic development education environment health and youth in development Through their service Volunteers gain unparalleled work experience unique cultural understanding and a life long commitment to service that positions them to succeed in today s global economy The agency traces its roots to 1960 when then Senator John F Kennedy challenged students at the University of Michigan to serve their country by living and working in some of the most remote corners of the world He ignited a movement among young Americans that inspired the nation and led to the founding of the Peace Corps In an ever changing world the agency has become a dynamic forward leaning champion for international service defined by its innovation and compassion yet its original mission remains the same to promote world peace and friendship To accomplish its mission Peace Corps has three goals

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/sw/peace-corps (2016-02-17)
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  • FSU Social Work Receives Army Contract
    relationship with FSU as an investment for the Army This is the first time the U S Army has partnered with a university within the University of North Carolina UNC system and with a historically black college and university HBCU to establish an academic program at AMEDD C S In addition the off campus FSU MSW Program is the first social work academic degree program that is strictly for Army service members that is offered on a military installation On June 23 2008 history was made when eighteen Army officers were inaugurated into the Fayetteville State University MSW Program during a ceremony at the Wood Auditorium which is located in the U S Army Medical Command Building at Fort Sam Houston This award stems from the recognition that there is a dearth of social work officers in the current active duty Army inventory The off campus FSU MSW Program was developed as a result of the expressed desires of the U S Army to house an accredited MSW program that would increase the number of uniformed social work officers The number of social workers in the Army has significantly decreased as a result of the recurring deployments related to the War on Terror As the War on Terror continues the immediate need for social work officers has become more pronounced Active duty Army social workers are needed to effectively respond to the wounds of war that are inflicted on soldiers and their families The U S Army s recognition of soldiers and military dependents needs and the roles social workers can play in addressing some of those needs are notable Fayetteville State University currently has articulation agreements with Fort Bragg and Seymour Johnson Air Force Base to allow undergraduate and graduate students to pursue degrees Because of the close proximity

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/sw/degree-programs/army-fsu-msw-program/fsu-social-work-receives-army-contract (2016-02-17)
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