Dr. Annie McCullough Chavis
Office: Lauretta Taylor Building, Room 203
Annie McCullough Chavis is a Professor in the Department of Social Work at Fayetteville State University. She received her undergraduate degree in Sociology and Social Studies with honors (Cum Laude) from Fayetteville State University (1970) and the master of social work degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Social Work (1987). She was honored as the recipient of the Annie Kizer Bost Social Work Award. She received her Ed.D. degree in Educational Leadership from Fayetteville State University in 2002. She was selected as the Teacher of the Year for the Department of Social Sciences in 2003 and the Teacher of the Year for the Department of Social Work in 2004.
SWRK 220 - Introduction to Human Services
Genograms and Assessment in Family Social Work Practice
Garrett, A.; Chavis, McCullough, A., & Garrett, N. C. (2016). The Quest: Stories of Remarkable Scholarship and Service. Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Centennial Scholarship Anthology. Washington, DC
Teasley, M., Canifield, J., Archuleta, A., Crutchfield, J., & McCullough Chavis, A. (2012). Percieved Barriers and Facilitators to School Social Work Practice: A Mixed-Methods Study. Children & Schools: A Journal of the National Association of Social Workers, 34(2), 91-103.
McCullough Chavis, A., (2011). Social Learning Theory and Behavioral Therapy: Considering Human Behaviors within the Social and Cultural Context of Individuals and Families. Social Work in Public Health, 26:471-481.
Harvey, A. R., Johnson, O. J., McCullough-Chavis, A., & Carter, T. M. (2010). Evidence Based Practice. R. L. Thompson, T. P. Gullotta, & R. L. Crowel (Eds.), Handbook of African American Health (pp. 121-159). New York, NY: The Guilford Press.
Chavis, A. M., & Waites, C. (2008). Genograms with African American families: Considering cultural context. In C. Waites (Ed.). Social work practice with African American families. Routledge/Falmer: London and New York.
Harvey, A. R., Chavis A., Littlefield, M. B., Alex D. Phillips, A.D., & Cooper J. D (2007). A culturally competent family empowerment model for African Americans Parents. Smith College Studies in Social Work, 80, 70-87.
Odiah, C., Chavis, A., & Brown, T. (2005). Critical process in mentoring: A theoretical Perspective. Interdisciplinary Social Work Journal, 1(1), 26-37.
Chavis, A. & Waites, C. (2004). Genograms with African American families: Considering cultural context. Journal of Family Social Work. 8 (2) 1-19.
McCullough-Chavis, A. (2004). Mentoring elementary students: A partnership program of tutoring, caring and sharing. The Mentor: Journal of Mentoring and Field Experience in Higher Education, 1 (2) 50-58.
McCullough-Chavis, A. (2004). Genograms and African American families: Exploring strengths of spirituality, religion and extended family network. Michigan Family Review, 9 (2).
Garrett, A., & Chavis, A. (1994). Reclaiming the vision of African American educators before Desegregation: African American teacher speak. Proceedings of the South Carolina Association of Teacher Educators and South Carolina Association of Colleges Teacher Education, 72-77.
March 2016. "The Pivotal and Global Influence of the Military on Social Work Education at a HBCU." Association of Social and Behavioral Scientists 81st Annual Conference, Jackson MS.
March 2016. "Genogram Analysis and Intergenerational Issues of Skin Color with African American Families." National Association of Black Social Workers 48th Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Council on Social Work Education