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Takeisha G Wilson

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Contact Information

Title:
Assistant Professor
Department:
Email:
takeisha.wilson@nccu.edu
Phone:
(919) 530-6026
Fax:
(919) 530-7924
Office:
201D Miller-Morgan Building

Jobs/Responsibilities

Teaching, advising, and mentoring students at the graduate and undergraduate levels, within the Department of Social Work. Serving on committees and participating in service events at the Community, Departmental, College, and University levels in support of Eagle Excellence.

Courses Taught at North Carolina Central University
• SOCW 2500, Social Work as a Profession, Fall 2012 & Summer 2013
• SOCW 5111, Field Internship, Fall 2012
• SOCW 5303, Child Welfare Practices, Fall 2012, Fall 2013, Fall2014
• SOCW 5213, Field Internship, Spring 2013
• SOCW 5407, HBSE C & F with Multiple Problems, Spring 2013
• SOCW 5513, Masters Research Project, Spring 2013
• SOCW 5301, HBSE III: Children & Adolescents, Summer 2013
• SOCW 2500 (Online), Social Work as a Profession, Fall 2013, Fall 2014
• SOCW 4310, Introductory Statistics for Social Workers, Fall 2013, Fall 2014
• SOCW 5104, Foundation of Data Analysis, Fall 2013, Fall 2014

Biography

Dr. Wilson received her Bachelors degree from The University of Massachusetts Amherst, her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Georgia, and her Doctoral degree in Social Work from Clark Atlanta University. She is a licensed Master Social Worker in the State of Georgia.

Her direct practice experience includes providing in-home therapy to children and families. Over the course of eight years, she served in a number of positions with the Department of Family and Children Services, to include child protective services case manager, supervisor, and program administrator. She served as the Director of the Child Welfare Scholar's Program and Assistant Professor of Social Work at Kennesaw State University for over four years.

Her primary research interests are children and families and the impact of technology on Child Welfare practices.

Research Interests

• Children & Families
• The Impact of Technology on Child Welfare Practices

Education

PhD Clark Atlanta University 2013
MSW University of Georgia 2004
BA University of Massachusetts, Amherst 2000

Vita/Resume

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Selected Publications

1. Williams, S. , & Nichols, Q. , & Kirk, A. , & Wilson, T. (2011). A Recent Look at the Factors Influencing Workforce Retention in Public Child Welfare. Children and Youth Services Review, 33, 157-160.
 
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