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Instructor , Instructor
Social Work, and African and African American Studies
College of Arts and Sciences
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

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