Debra Greenwood

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Assistant Professor
Social Sciences, Human Services and Criminal Justice

EMAIL: dgreenwood@bmcc.cuny.edu

Office: N-651N

Office Hours:

Phone: +1 (212) 220-8000;ext=7259

Debra Greenwood, LMSW, has been at BMCC since Fall 2007. She teaches Introduction to Social Work, Direct Practice Skills, Social Welfare Policies and Programs, and Field Experience I and II. She taught Policy I and II as an adjunct Instructor at Fordham University’s MSW program for five years prior arriving at BMCC, and Policy I as an adjunct Assistant Professor at Hunter summer 2009 and 2010. She has worked in higher education for about twelve years, teaching, directing community-based learning programs, and as a research associate in institutional research. Outside of academia, she has worked in policy analysis and advocacy, community organizing, child protective services, Headstart, and clinical work with children. She has a certificate in child and adolescent mental health and is currently in the dissertation stage at the Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service.

Expertise

Welfare policy, Social Justice Issues, Small Group & Interpersonal Communication, Policy advocacy, Direct Social Work Skills

Degrees

  • M.S. LMSW – Licensed Master Social Worker – 2008, State of New York Department of Education,
  • Ph.D. Fordham Graduate School of Social Service – expected 2012, Social Work,
  • B.S. Eastern Washington University, Social Work,1993
  • M.S. Eastern Washington University Graduate School of Social Service, Social Work,1995

Courses Taught

Research and Projects

Publications

Honors, Awards and Affiliations

  • Award for Excellence in Education

    Alpha Theta Kappa – Alpha Kappa Chapter BMCC, awarded 2009

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