The Social Work program consists of a dedicated team of faculty, instructors and staff who are dedicated to the education and growth of social work students at NEIU. 

Anderson
Jacqueline
R.
Anderson
PhD, LCSW
Director of Field Education
Social Work
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773) 442-4767
Expertise
Trauma, Homelessness, Mental Health, Supervision and Leadership in Social Services, Feminist therapy
Courses Taught
SWK 353: Field Seminar I
SWK 354: Field Seminar II
SWK 314: Social Work Advocacy
Research Interests
Women and Trauma, Women and Homelessness
Education

PhD, Loyola University of Chicago, School of Social Work, 2009; MSW, Loyola School of Social Work, 1998; BA, University of Illinois at Chicago, Psychology, 1990

Selected Publications

A Foot in Each World: Identity Complexity in Impinging Environments

Background

Director of Clinical Services, Deborah’s Place, 2000-2010.

Additional Information

Anderson, Jacqueline. “Ethical Practice in Social Services.” Housing Opportunities for Women (HOW). December 2013

Anderson, Jacqueline. “Trauma-Informed Services.” Deborah’s Place. November 2013.

Anderson, Jacqueline. “Motivational Interviewing.” Deborah’s Place. October 2013

Anderson, Jacqueline. “Motivational Interviewing, Harm Reduction, and Evidence-Based Case Management Best Practices. Casa Central. July 2013 

Anderson, Jacqueline. “The Recovery Model of Mental Health.” Midwest Harm Reduction Institute. Heartland Alliance. May 13, 2011

Anderson, Jacqueline. “Your Silence Will Not Protect You.” Take Back the Night Event. Northeastern Illinois University. December 9, 2010

Anderson, Jacqueline. “Gender-Responsive Housing.” Midwest Harm Reduction Institute. Heartland Alliance. September 17, 2010

Anderson, Jacqueline “Dare to Lead: Leadership and Supervision Training.” Build Inc., November 9, 2007

Anderson, J., and Lundy, M. “Empowering Women Across Diverse Settings and Circumstances: Challenging Perceptions Regarding Women’s Roles and Relationships. Loyola University. November, 2007

Anderson, Jacqueline. “Feminist Principles and Women’s Rights.” Mount Carmel High School. October, 2007

Midwest Harm Reduction Institute. Advanced Motivational Interviewing. Deborah’s Place. February, 2007

Midwest Harm Reduction Institute. Motivation Interviewing and Advanced Harm Reduction. Deborah’s Place. November, 2006

Anderson, Jacqueline. The Six Stages of Clinical Supervision. Field Instructor Conference. Loyola University of Chicago. October 28, 2005.

Anderson, Jacqueline. Race Matters. Trilogy Mental Health Center, Chicago, Illinois. November 18, 2004.   

Anderson, Jacqueline. The Fundamentals of Supervision. Franciscan

Outreach Ministries. Chicago, Illinois. April 14, 2003.

LWH 3076
5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
(773) 442-4767
Office Hours
TR 4PM-5:30PM
Main Campus
Curriculum Vitae
Andrew Brake, Ph.D, MSW
Andrew
Brake
PhD, MSW
Curriculum Specialist: Introduction to Social Work
Social Work
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773) 442-4760 ext. 5531
Expertise
Social work in schools; youth development, leadership and mentorship; school transitions and high school reform
Courses Taught
SWK 200: Intro. to Social Work
SWK 207: Social Welfare Policy I
SWK 250: Issues in Social Service Delivery
SWK 303: Human Behavior in the Social Environment I
SWK 304: Social Work Practice I
SWK 309: Research & Quantitative Application in Social Work
SWK 321: Social Work Practice in Schools
Research Interests
Relationship-building practices in schools; School social work leadership development; School, agency, and community partnerships
Education

PhD, University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration

MSW, University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration

MA, Sociology, New School for Social Research

BA, Sociology, DePaul University

Selected Publications

Brake, A. & Roth, B. (2016). Contemporary Federal Policy and School Social Work: Implications for Practice and Opportunities for Leadership. In Villareal Sosa, L., Cox, T. & Alvarez, M. (Eds.), School Social Work: National Perspectives on Practice in School. Oxford University Press.

Roth, B. J., Sichling, F., & Brake, A. (2015). Recentering our tendencies: Immigrant youth development and the importance of context in social work research. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 1-12.

Brake, A. & Livingston, L. (2015). Tackling oppression in schools: Orienting skills for school social workers. In Massat, C. R., Kelly, M. S., & Constable, R. T. (Eds.), School Social Work: Practice, Policy, and Research. (8th edition). Lyceum Books, Incorporated.

Selected Exhibitions

Brake, A. & Omer, F. (2016). Plugging the Pipeline from Within: School Social Work Leadership and Data Driven Discipline Reform. Workshop Presentation at the School Social Work Association of America National Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Sichling, F., Brake, A. & Roth, B. (2013). Right from the Start: Teacher-student relationships & the transition to high school in Chicago. Presentation at the ‘Educational Landscapes’ Cooperative Colloquium at Friedrich Alexander University, Nuremberg, Germany.

Brake, A. (2013). Realizing trust in transition: The impact of teacher collaboration & culturally responsive practice on ninth grade immigrant youth. Symposium presentation at the meeting of the Society for Social Work and Research, San Diego, CA.

 

Background

Andrew Brake holds a doctorate and a master’s degree in social work from the University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration (SSA), as well as a master’s degree in sociology from the New School for Social Research. As a social work educator, Dr. Brake has over five years of teaching experience in the field of social work as well as over twelve years of experience working for some of Chicago’s leading youth serving and leadership organizations, including the Posse Foundation and Youth Guidance. Dr. Brake’s research broadly examines social and academic supports in urban, public high schools, with a particular interest in the role of relationships in teaching and social work practice, as well as the leadership roles of social workers in schools. As an assistant professor in the NEIU Social Work Program Dr. Brake is the curriculum specialist for the Introduction to Social Work courses. He has also taught a number of courses across the curriculum and is developing course work focused on youth development and social work practice in schools.

LWH 3080
5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
(773) 442-4760 ext. 5531
Office Hours
TBA
Main Campus
University Center Lake County
Curriculum Vitae
Cleggett
Crystal
Cleggett
Instructor, Field Seminar Instructor
Social Work
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773) 442-4760
Courses Taught
SWK 303: HBSE I
SWK 306: HBSE II
SWK 304: Practice I
SWK 305: Practice II
SWK 353: Field Seminar I
SWK 355: Practicum I
SWK 314: Advocacy
Research Interests
Mental Health in African Americans Adolescents and Education
Education

Loyola University Chicago

Background

Crystal has over 10 years experience working with children, adolescence and adults from diverse backgrounds. She has extensive experience working within the mental health setting. For 9 years she has worked in various departments within the inpatient psychiatric hospital setting. Crystal seeks to encourage the development of social work professionals as she believes that this field with its many facets and ever changing dynamics is a wonderful journey to embark upon.

BBH 352G
5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
(773) 442-4760
Office Hours
By appointment on Tuesday and Wednesday
El Centro
Main Campus
Davidson
Kim
L
Davidson
Instructor
Social Work
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773) 297-1165
Expertise
Women's Issues, Trauma, Homelessness, Social Work Practice
Courses Taught
SWK 353: Field Seminar I
SWK 303: Human Behavior and the Social Environment I
SWK 306: Human Behavior and the Social Environment II
Introduction to Women and Gender Studies
Research Interests
Women, Homelessness, Trauma, Harm Reduction, Recovery
Education

Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Illinois At Chicago’s Jane Addams College of Social Work

Background

Has extensive direct practice experience, and is currently employed as a Program Administrator for the Dolores’ Safe Haven and Patty Crowley Apartments of Deborah’s Place

5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
LWH
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
(773) 297-1165
Office Hours
Monday 6pm-7pm or by appointment
Main Campus
Curriculum Vitae
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Courtney Francis
Courtney
L.
Francis
Instructor, Undergraduate Clinical Advisor
Social Work
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
English Language Program
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773) 442-5872
Expertise
Mentorship of College Students in TESL Clinical Experience; Social Work Research and Evaluation
Courses Taught
ELP 099 - Developmental Writing
SWK 304 - Social Work Practice I
SWK 306 - HBSE II
SWK 309 - Research and Quantitative Applications in Social Work
SWK 310 - Research Practicum I
SWK 311 - Research Practicum II
TESL 330 - Language, Society and Education
TESL 340 - Practices and Procedures
TESL 341 - Principles of Language Teaching
TESL 399 - Clinical Experience in Teaching English as a Second Language
Research Interests
Social Work Systems, Social Work Program Evaluation, Programmatic Impact of Family Social Work Programs on Vulnerable Communities, Impact of Dialect on Academic Writing, History of and Societal Interface with African American Vernacular English, Language Contact, ESL policy in American Schools, Effective Methods of Teaching Writing in Inner City Schools.
Education

Bachelor’s Degree: Brown University, Major: Economics, Minor: Urban Studies.

Master’s Degree: University of Chicago, Social Service Administration and Policy.

Master’s Degree: Northeastern Illinois University, Teaching English as a Second Language.  

Background

Former elementary school principal on Chicago’s West Side; former program manager at Healthy Families Illinois Program; former Instructor at Robert Morris University; former program director at Drug Free Schools and taught  ESL at the Northeastern El Centro campus in the Community Program for four semesters.

 

Additional Information

Courtney  Francis is a native of NYC and graduate of Brown University (Providence, RI), who came to Chicago for graduate school. Her BA is in Economics with a minor in Urban Studies. Courtney holds a Master's degree from University of Chicago in Social Service Administration and Policy, with a focus in Program Management and Administration. She is one class away from an MA in TESL/Applied Linguistics, here at NEIU. Her academic interests include language contact, American English dialect, research in Innovative ESL teaching methods, and English language learner interface with native English speakers in urban settings. Outside interests include swimming, art appreciation, researching her family history, and spending time with her husband, and their  four children, aged 10-20.

In TESL, Courtney Francis teaches TESL 399 (TESL Clinical Experience) and TESL 340 (Practices and Procedures). She also teaches Developmental Writing and select courses in the Social Work Department and taught four semesters of ESL at the Northeastern El Centro campus.

LWH 3067
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
(773) 442-5872
Office Hours
Tuesday & Thursday 1:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m. Wednesday 2:00 p.m. -3:00 p.m. and by appointment.
Main Campus
Troy Harden, Ed.D., LCSW
Troy
Harden
Program Director, MSW Program
Social Work
College of Arts and Sciences
Graduate Studies and Research
Phone
(773) 442-4760
Expertise
Urban youth, trauma-informed practice, restorative justice, traditional and non-traditional community mental health, violence prevention, reentry, addictions, boys and men of color, urban social work
Courses Taught
SWK 400: Overview of the Social Work Profession
SWK 430: Transition to the Advanced Curriculum
Research Interests
Community-based interventions with urban youth, returning citizens, and veterans and veteran families; trauma-informed practices and restorative justice
Education

Ed.D., Doctorate of Education Curriculum Studies, DePaul University School of Education, Chicago, Illinois

M.S.W., Loyola University Chicago, School of Social Work, Chicago, Illinois

B.A., Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, Chicago State University, Chicago, Illinois

Selected Publications

Harden, T., Kenemore, T., Mann, K., Martinson, K. & Edwards, M. (2015). Addressing trauma through a youth-led, trauma-informed, restorative framework. Journal of Child and Adolescent Social Work, (32)1, 65-79. DOI: 10.1007/s10560-014-0366-0

Harden, T. (2015). Merging practice and policy by restoring the social imagination. NASW Networker Magazine.  February 2015, Chicago, Illinois.

Harden, T. (2014).  Street-life oriented African American males and violence as a public health concern. (24)6, 678-693, DOI: 10.1080/10911359.2014.930300

Harden, T. & Walton, L. (2012).  Hoops and healing:  The use of athletics for youth involved in recovery.  Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly.  (30)3, DOI:10.1080/07347324.2012.690702

Hall, D., Kenemore, T. & Harden, T. (2011). Social Work and Advocacy: A case example. NASW Networker Magazine.  Chicago, Illinois.

Brown, S., Garvey, T. & Harden, T.  (2011) A sporting chance: Using athletics and social work with groups for urban youth.  Groupwork (21) 3, 62-77. DOI 095182411X636563.

Harden, T. (2009). Issues of Identity, Place, and Praxis for a Black Man as a Service-Learning Educator in a Predominantly White Institution. African Americans and Community Engagement, Evans, S., Taylor, C., Dunlap, M., & Miller, D., Eds.  SUNY Press, NY.

Selected Exhibitions

(Harden, 2016) Mentoring when it matters: Engaging youth in mentoring, trauma-informed care and justice, presented at the Illinois Mentoring Partnership Research Symposium, Country Club Hills, Illinois (May 26th)

(Harden, T. & Henry, Y., 2016). Interrupting systemic violence, symposium at Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan (April 7th)

(Harden, 2016) Systemic Violence, Race, and Social Trauma.  Public lecture presented at Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan (April 6th)

(Harden, 2016) African American males and trauma informed care, public lecture presented for University of Memphis, Memphis, TN (January 19th)

(Harden, 2014) Restoring Community: Race, Trauma and Healing, Annual Anti-racism lecture at Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts (June)

(Harden, 2013) Project MENTOR: A holistic health mentoring program, presented at Annual Program Meeting, Council on Social Work Education, Dallas, Texas (October)

Background

Troy Harden, EdD, LCSW, has over 25 years experience serving and consulting in social service and community settings. Dr. Harden currently serves as the Director of Northeastern Illinois University’s Master of Social Work Program, where is also  an Associate Professor.  His specialization areas include in trauma and traditional and non-traditional interventions within community settings.  He has worked as a clinician, administrator, educator, activist and community practitioner concerning community issues in diverse settings.  Dr. Harden served as a consultant with such diverse institutions as the City of Chicago, Chicago Public Schools, the Illinois Department of Human Services, the Appraisal Institute, the Pan African Association, the Illinois African American Coalition for Prevention and Burrell Communications, and concerning the development of Cook County’s Project Brotherhood, a Men’s Health Clinic.  He is currently a Co-Principal Investigator with DePaul University’s Multifaith Veterans Support Project, an initiative in the state of Illinois to engage the faith community in supporting veterans.  He is a graduate of Loyola University Chicago’s Master of Social Work program, and received his doctorate from DePaul University’s School of Education, specializing in curriculum studies.

Additional Information

State of Illinois Licensure, Licensed Clinical Social Worker

5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
(773) 442-4760
Office Hours
TBD
Main Campus
Aimee Hilado Villalpando
Aimee
Hilado Villalpando
PhD, LCSW
Curriculum Specialist: Human Behavior in the Social Environment
Social Work
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773) 442-5881
Expertise
Human behavior in the social environment, clinical practice with trauma-exposed immigrants and refugees, early childhood and adult mental health, crisis intervention.
Courses Taught
SWK 303: Human Behavior in the Social Environment I
SWK 306: Human Behavior in the Social Environment II
SWK 308: Social Work Practice with Immigrants and Refugees I (Intro)
SWK 323: Social Work Practice with Immigrants and Refugees II (Advanced)
SWK 401: Cultural Competence in Social Work Practice (Graduate)
Research Interests
Culturally sensitive interventions for young children and adults with mental health needs, refugee mental health, community-based early intervention models with at-risk families with young children, and program evaluation.
Education

PhD,  Doctor of Philosophy in Social Work, Graduated with Distinction, Loyola University Chicago, School of Social Work, Chicago, Illinois

MSW, Master of Social Work, Loyola University Chicago, School of Social Work, Chicago, Illinois, Specialization: Mental Health and Leadership and Development in the Social Services

MS, Master of Science in Applied Child Development, Erikson Institute, Graduate School in Child Development, Chicago, Illinois, Specialization:  Infant Studies

BA, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, cum laude, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, California, Minor:  Communications

Selected Publications

Hilado, A., & Lundy, M. (Eds.) (2017). Models for Practice with Immigrants and Refugees: Collaboration, Cultural Awareness and Integrative Theory. Sage Publications. Thousand Oaks, CA.  

Hilado, A. Leow, C., & Yang, Y. (2016). The Baby TALK Model: A comprehensive review of research efforts to support model efficacy. Submitted to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration (SAMHSA) for the National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices. 

Hilado, A. & Hong, P.Y. (2016). Social support, economic pursuit and economic stability: Promoting acculturation, employment and overall health and wellbeing among migrant workers. In Q. Xu & L.P. Jordan (Eds).  Migrant Workers: Social Identity, Occupational Challenges and Health Practices. NOVA Science Publishers, Inc. 

Leow, C., Hilado, A., Limlingan, M.C., & Howard, E. (2014). Challenges of planning a birth-to-three evaluation: An early childhood statewide system evaluation. Journal of Early Childhood Research, 12(2), 129-139. doi: 10.1177/14761718X13515430

Hilado, A., Kallemeyn, L., & Phillips, L. (2013). Examining Understandings of Parent Involvement in Early Childhood Programs: Implications for Policies and Practice. Early Childhood Research and Practice, 15 (2), ISSN 1524-5039.

Hilado, A. Leow, C., & Walsh, E. (2013). Baby TALK’s Early Childhood Professionals Program Pilot Study: Innovations and Implications for Early Childhood Teacher Training. Decatur, IL: The Baby TALK Research Series, Summary Report, 1.

Kim, C. & Hilado. A. (2013). Culturally-sensitive clinical social work practice with refugee populations. Gannet Education Publications.

Selected Exhibitions

Hilado, A. (2017). Culturally-sensitive mental health services with refugee populations: Preparing first responders. Chicago is With You (CWY) Task Force, Mental Health and Wellness Committee Training Initiatives (Feb. 17, Feb. 24 and Mar. 8)

Hilado, A., Garcia-Arena, P.,  & Ejeh, S. (2016, December).  The Importance of Studying a Relationship-Based Home Visiting Model. Poster presented at the 31st Zero to Three Conference. New Orleans, LA (Dec. 10)

Hilado, A. (2016, February). Understanding refugee resettlement: Current context, policies and implications. Presentation to the National Association of Social Workers, Illinois Chapter. Chicago, IL. (Feb. 12)

Hilado, A. (2015, October). Trauma-informed mental health services: Building a refugee-centered mental health program within refugee resettlement agencies. National webinar hosted by the National Association of Refugee Health Coordinators, Refugee Wellness Committee. Chicago, IL. (Oct. 15)

Hilado, A. (2015, June). Acknowledge, heal and empower: Strategies for addressing sexual violence among newly arrived refugees in resettlement agencies. Conflict Zones and Zones of Conflict: War, Peace and the Continuum of Sexual Violence in East Africa National Symposium at the Northwestern University. Evanston, IL. (Jun. 12)

Hilado, A. (2014, October). Unaccompanied Child Migrants: Examining the current humanitarian crisis and implications for early childhood mental health. National Webinar hosted by Erikson Institute. Chicago, IL. (Oct. 1)

Hilado, A., Quigg, C., & Widenhofer, D. (2014, December). The impact of home visiting with English and Spanish-speaking families. Field presentation presented at the 29th Zero to Three National Training Institute Conference. Ft. Lauderdale, FL. (Dec. 10-13)

Hilado, A., Quigg, C., & Allweiss, S. (2013, December). Access for New Immigrant Children: Early Intervention with Refugee Families using the Baby TALK© model. Field presentation presented at the 28th Zero to Three National Training Institute Conference. San Antonio, Texas. (Dec. 11-14)

Kim, C. & Hilado, A. (2013, November). Multi-dimensional associations of refugee's mental health symptomatology between ethnicity and resettlement process. Paper presented at the Council for Social Work Education (CSWE) Annual Program Meeting.  Dallas, TX (Nov.1-3)

Background

Dr. Aimee Hilado (Villalpando), PhD, LCSW is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a PhD in Social Work, with Distinction, from Loyola University Chicago and a M.S. in Applied Child Development from Erikson Institute. In her role as Assistant Professor at NEIU, she serves as the Curriculum Specialist in the area of Human Behavior in the Social Environment and also teaches a course on Social Work Practice with Immigrants and Refugees within the Social Work program. Her teaching, research and practice interests are informed by her work in the field over the past eight years. Dr. Hilado is also the Founding Manager of RefugeeOne’s Wellness Program, a mental health program for refugees at one of the largest resettlement agencies in Chicago. She developed the program and has remained the Program’s Manager since June 2011, providing oversight of the daily operations, providing direct clinical services, and providing testimony and consultation on both asylum and criminal cases.  Additionally, Dr. Hilado has been recognized at national conferences including Zero to Three  and the Council on Social Work Education for her practice and research efforts around refugee mental health, early intervention for vulnerable immigrant children and their families, and program evaluation. And she continues to publish in the areas of mental health, trauma, program evaluation and culturally sensitive clinical practice with new immigrant and refugee children and families, including her most recent edited book "Models for Practice with Immigrants and Refugees: Collaboration, Cultural Awareness and Integrative Theory." Moreover, Dr. Hilado is the coordinator of the Mental Health First Responder team as part of the Chicago Is With You (CWY) Task Force, Mental Health and Wellness Subcommittee managing  the city-wide effort to train and mobilize mental health providers at to support detainees at O'Hare International Airport, refugee-serving programs, and immigrant communities impacted by the current Administration's policies. 

Additional Information

State of Illinois Licensure, Licensed Clinical Social Worker

LWH 3075
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
(773) 442-5881
Office Hours
Fall 2017 Hours TBD
Main Campus
Curriculum Vitae
Iverson
Melissa
Iverson
Instructor, Field Seminar Instructor
Social Work
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773)442-3097
Courses Taught
SWK 207: Policy I
SWK 310: Practicum I
SWK 311: Practicum II
Research Interests
Non-profit management; Non-profit philanthropy; Health Care
Education

Masters of Social Work- Loyola University Chicago

Masters of Arts- Gender Studies- Loyola University, Chicago

 

LWH
5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
(773)442-3097
Office Hours
Thursdays 5-6:30pm or by appointment
El Centro
Main Campus
Jin Kim
Jin
Kim
PhD, JD
Curriculum Specialist: Social Welfare Policy
Social Work
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773) 442-4875
Courses Taught
SWK 207 – Social Welfare Policy I
SWK 357 – Social Welfare Policy II
SWK 310 – Research Practicum I
SWK 311 – Research Practicum II
Research Interests
Social Policy, Aging Policy, Elder Law, Public Program Participation Among the Elderly (Supplemental Security Income, Medicare Part D, Medicaid, Food Stamps), Health Outcomes and Health Service Utilization Among the Elderly, Elder Abuse
Education

University of Wisconsin-Madison, Ph.D.: Social Welfare, Applied Economics (Minor)

Washington University in St. Louis, J.D., M.S.W.: Law, Social Work

Cornell University, A.B.: Government, Sociology

5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
(773) 442-4875
Office Hours
By Appointment
El Centro
Main Campus
Curriculum Vitae
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Lopez
Maribel
Lopez
MSW
Instructor, Field Seminar Instructor
Social Work
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773) 600-2194
Expertise
Concentration in Children and Families
Courses Taught
SWK 303: HBSE I, SWK 306: HBSE II, SWK 353: Field Seminar I, SWK 354: Field Seminar II, SWK 310: Practicum I, SWK 311: Practicum II
Research Interests
Latinas and Higher Education
Education

National Louis University, Chicago IL., Ed.D Adult Education Program

Jane Adams College of Social Work, University of Illinois at Chicago, Masters of Social Work

Governors State University, University Park, Illinois, Bachelors of Social Work 

Morton College, Cicero, Illinois, Associates in Liberal Arts

Truman College, Chicago, Illinois, Basic Certificate in Earl Childhood Ed.

LWH
5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
(773) 600-2194
Office Hours
By Appointment
El Centro
Main Campus
Ngwe
Job
E.
Ngwe
PhD
Curriculum Specialist: Research
Social Work
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773)442-4797
Expertise
Prevention Resource
Courses Taught
SWK 202: Community Analyses
SWK 309: Research and Quantitative Applications in Social Work
SWK 310: Practicum I
SWK 311: Practicum II
Research Interests
Youth violence prevention, youth development
Education

Ph.D. (PUBLIC HEALTH), M.Ed. (EDUCATION), B.Ed. (EDUCATION)

Selected Publications

Ngwe, J. E. (2013). Social Work Research Methods: An Invitation. Boston, MA: Pearson publishing company (ISBN-13: 978-1-269-56132-7. USA: Pearson publishing company

Ngwe, J. E. (2011). Social Work Research Practicum: A Step-by-Step Planning Handbook (Second edition). Boston, MA: Pearson publishing company (ISBN 0-536-29551-4). USA: Pearson publishing company

Ngwe, J. E. (2010). Social Work Research Practicum II: A User-friendly Data Analysis and Statistics Handbook (Second edition). USA: Pearson publishing company

Ngwe, J. E. (2007). Social Work Research Practicum II: A User-friendly Data Analysis and Statistics Handbook”. Boston, MA: Pearson publishing company (ISBN 0-536-338-124)

Ngwe, J. E. (2006). Social Work Research Practicum: A Step-by-Step Planning Handbook. Boston, MA: Pearson publishing company (ISBN 0-536-29551-4).

Ngwe, J. E. & Elechi, O. O. (2013). Human Trafficking: The modern day slavery of the 21st century. African Journal of Criminology and Justice Studies: AJCJS, 6 (1 & 2): 95-112

Elechi, O. O., Okosun, T. Y. & Ngwe, J. E. (2007). Factors Vitiating Against the Effectiveness of the Nigerian Police in Combating the Criminal Exploitation of Children and Women. African Journal of Criminology & Justice Studies (AJCJS), 3(1): 1-49.

Eisuke, S., Ngwe, J. E., & Flay, B. R. (2005). Evaluation of the effects of the Aban Aya Youth Project in reducing violence among African American adolescent males using Latent Class Growth Mixture Modeling Techniques. Evaluation Review: A Journal of Applied Social Research, 29(2): 128-148.

Ngwe, J. E., Li, Q., Flay, B. R., & Eisuke, S. (2004).  Violence prevention among African American Adolescent Males: Test of mediating mechanisms. American Journal of Health Behavior, 28(Supplement 1): 24-37.

Ngwe, J. E. (1999). Peer Mediation in Elementary Schools: Toward a comprehensive framework. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. University of Illinois at Chicago, Illinois

Ngwe, J. E. (1987). Assessment of education needs of health educators in Manitoba,                 

            Unpublished master's thesis, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada.

Ngwe, J. E. (1987). Education Needs of Health Educators in Manitoba.  Journal of Education Administration and Foundation, 2 (1): 55-60   (ED# 164 746)

5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Lech Walesa
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
(773)442-4797
Office Hours
Tuesdays and Thursdays: 11:00 - 1:00 pm
Main Campus
Ramirez
Milka
Ramirez
PhD, MSW
Curriculum Specialist: Social Work Practice
Social Work
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773) 442-4763
Expertise
Social Work Practice; LGBTQ Populations; Gender and Women’s Study
Courses Taught
SWK 304: Practice I
SWK 305: Practice II
SWK 309: Research and Quantitative Applications
SWK 357: Social Welfare Policy II
SWK 327: Social Work Practice with Families
SWK 307: Services to Children and Adolescents
SWK 250: Issues in Social Service Delivery
Research Interests
Homophobia and Social Work Practice; School Social Work with LGBTQ youth; Sexual Orientation and Gender Expression; Performing Arts and Social Justice
Education

Ph.D. Philosophy of Social Work, Master in Social Work, Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, Type 73 School Social Work Certificate, State of Illinois, Certificate in Gender and Women’s Studies

Additional Information

Co-founder of En Las Tablas Performing Arts, NFP 

5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
(773) 442-4763
Office Hours
Tuesdays 9:30-10:30 a.m.; 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m. & Thursdays 9:30-10:30 a.m.; 12:30-1:30 p.m.; 3-4 p.m. or by appointment.
Main Campus
Curriculum Vitae
Stanley
Jade
Stanley
EdD, MSW
Chair of the Social Work Program
Social Work
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773)442-4764
Courses Taught
SWK 303: HBSE I
SWK 304: Practice I
SWK 305: SWK Practice II
SWK 306: HBSE II
SWK 312: Social Work with Women
SWK 307: Services to children and adolescents
SWK 314: Social Work Advocacy
SWK 322: international Social Work
SWK 330: Social Work in Community Settings
SWK 327: Social work with families
SWK 328: Social Work with Groups
SWK 353: Social Work Field Seminar I
SWK 354: Social Work Field Seminar II
SWK 355: Social Work Practicum I
SWK 356: Social Work Practicum II
Research Interests
International social work, group work, community social work, social work leadership
Education

Ed.D Northern Illinois University, MSW Virginia Commonwealth University, BSW  Virginia Union university.  

5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
(773)442-4764
Office Hours
TR 10am-12pm , W 4pm-6pm other times by appointment
Main Campus
Waddell
Donald
M
Waddell
Instructor
Social Work
African and African American Studies
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773)442-4760
Expertise
I have worked in the Social Service field for over 20+ years. I earned my undergraduate degree in Communications in 1988 from Wilberforce University and earned my Master’s degree in Social Work in 2001 from The University of Chicago. In these years in the Social Service field I have served a wide range of underserved populations. I have expertise and extensive experience in individual/group counseling/therapy, workshops, trainings, consulting and program/curriculum development
Courses Taught
SWK 200: Intro to Social Work
SWK 250: Issues in Social Service Delivery
SWK 250: Social Work Issues and Delivery Models/African American Males
SWK 303: HBSE I
SWK 304: Practice I
SWK 305: Practice II
SWK 314: Social Work Advocacy
SWK 327: Social Work with Families
SWK 328: Social Work with Groups
SWK 353: Field Seminar I
SWK 354: Field Seminar II
SWK 356: Practicum II
AFAM 200: Intro to African/African American Studies
Research Interests
African American Fathers Diabetes, Youth, Headstart
Education

Wilberforce University (BA) The University of Chicago (MA)

Selected Publications

IMAGES: A Collection of Poetry featuring poems by D. Maurice Waddell Volume 1 is available on Amazon.com and createspace.com/3717413



DONSONGS: An Anthology of Literary Sound Volume 2 is available on https://www.createspace.com/4126373


365: Imprints of a Beautiful Mind 
Volume 3 http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss/191-0607373-2363401?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=365+imprints+of+a+beautiful+mind+by+d+Maurice+Waddell

LWH
5500 North Saint Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
(773)442-4760
Office Hours
MW 11am-2pm, TR 2pm-3pm
Main Campus
Curriculum Vitae