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Faculty & Staff

  • Victoria Banyard

    Professor, Associate Dean for Faculty Development, and Associate Director, Center on Violence Against Women and Children, Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, University of Michigan, MA, Psychology, University of Michigan, BA, Brown University

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  • DuWayne Battle

    Associate Professor of Teaching, Director of the Baccalaureate Program, and Campus Coordinator of the Baccalaureate Child Welfare Education Program (BCWEP), Ph.D., MSW, Rutgers

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

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  • Douglas Behan

    Assistant Professor of Professional Practice and Director of Continuing Education, DSW, Rutgers

    Douglas Behan’s areas of practice include individual, family, and group psychotherapy, the evidence-based factors that make psychotherapy effective, and working with medically ill patients.

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  • Natalie Bembry

    Teaching Instructor, Assistant Director of Student Affairs and Camden Campus Coordinator, MSW, Monmouth University, Licensed Social Worker, MA, University of Phoenix, 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

    Teaching Instructor and Management and Policy Field Specialist, 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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