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Faculty & Staff

  • DuWayne Battle

    Associate Professor of Teaching Director of Baccalaureate Program, Ph.D., MSW, Rutgers

    Dr. Battle’s areas of practice include all aspects of student advising, curricula development, program development, leadership development, cultural competency training, fundraising, , and teaching in the areas of diversity and social justice, spirituality and social work, and child welfare.

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  • Doug Behan

    Assistant Professor of Professional Practice, Director Continuing Education, MSW, Rutgers

    Doug Behan’s areas of practice include individual, family and group psychotherapy, treatment of domestic violence perpetrators and working with medically ill patients.

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  • Natalie Bembry

    Assistant Director, Office of Student Affairs, Teaching Instructor, and Campus Coordinator for Camden, MSW, Monmouth University, Licensed Social Worker, Ed.D., Rowan University

    Dr. Moore-Bembry’s research interests are cultural humility and cultural awareness of social work educators and students.

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  • Mariann Bischoff, LCSW, CCS

    Field Education Coordinator Instructor, MSW, Monmouth University; MS, Soil & Water Engineering, International Development, Cornell University; BS, Mechanical Engineering with German minor, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

    Ms. Bischoff’s areas of practice include social work field education, international development, clinical supervision, mindfulness, self-care, parenting, addictions, domestic abuse, as well as organizational learning and process improvements.

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  • Marla Blunt-Carter

    Assistant Professor of Professional Practice , MSW, Rutgers University BA, University of Delaware

    Marla Blunt-Carter’s areas of practice include policy development, human resource management, communications/crisis management, advocacy development, strategic and program planning, community organizing and outreach, and change implementation. Courses taught by her include Professional Development Seminar, Integration Seminar, Human Resource Management, Women’s Issues, and Social Welfare Policies and Services.

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