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PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:

Caribbean Studies Association, Member, 2012-present

Military Child Education Coalition, 2012 - present

American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), 2011-present

Council on Social Work Education, Member, 2009-2010

National Association of Social Workers, Member, 2004-present

Master of Social Work Student Alumni Association, 2008-present

Phi Alpha Nu Phi Association, Member, 2005-present

Women In Military Service Memorial Foundation, Charter Member, 1999-present

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

Molly Williams

Molly N. Williams


Biography

Molly N. Williams, MSW, is an adjunct lecturer with the Department of Social Work who has a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, North Carolina, and a Master of Social Work degree from Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, North Carolina and an Associate of Arts degree in General Studies from University of Maryland, Europe. She has also completed one year of doctoral course work at Norfolk State University, Norfolk, Virginia with The Ethelyn R. Strong School of Social Work.

She has taught at the undergraduate and graduate level for the past two years with Fayetteville State University. She is an MSW Field Supervisor for the Master of Social Work Program as well as field liaison. Some of her goals are to continue on-going research, training, workshops, and computer use in social work and outreach programs. In order to assist individuals, families, groups and military population that may need assistance at the local, national and international levels.

Mrs. Williams' research interests include military social work, families and agencies that provide support and services to these populations. She also enjoys working with the aging population and providing assistances to individuals and families with daily living arrangements and end of life care. She is also a mentor to military spouses, teenagers and student.

Her teaching interests are social work practice with military families; introduction to social work and social welfare; research methods; human behavior in the social environment; social policy; end-of-life issues in healthcare; international social work; counseling; crisis intervention and employee assistance programs.

Mrs. Williams has served in the United States Army for 22 years and was honorably discharged in 2002. She has practiced social work at the United States Special Operations Command, Sustainment Brigade; at Womack Army medical center; and at the Army Community Services. She has also studied abroad at Covenant University, Department of Sociology, Nigeria, West Africa and at the University of Western Cape, South Africa, with University of Missouri, School of Social Work.

 

Courses Taught

SWRK 230, Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare

SWRK 375, Social Work Practice with Military Families

SWRK 621, Social Work Practice with Military Families

SWRK 622, Social Work Practice with Military Families - II

STXP 100, International Summer Program

 

PUBLICATIONS:

Williams, M. N. (2011). The Changing Roles of Grandparents Raising Grandchildren. The Journal of Human Behavioral In the Social Environment. 21:8, 948-962

  

Williams, M. N. (2010). International Social Work in Nigeria Africa. The New Social Worker Magazine.17 (4) 20-21.

  

Williams, M. N. (2009). Study Abroad Program (Nigeria, Africa). The National Association of Social Workers - International Practice Unit (www.naswnc.affiniscape.com).

  

Brown, T., Foster, C., Perkins, T., & Williams, M. N. (2005). Graduate Students: Moving Toward a Balanced Life. The New Social Worker Magazine, 17 (4) 8-10.

  

PRESENTATIONS

Williams, M. N. (2012, May). The Changing Roles of Grandparents Raising Grandchildren and Veterans Health and the Need for Professional Care. Oral presentation at Caribbean Studies Association (CSA), 37th Annual Conference, Le Gosier, Guadeloupe. [Invited]

  

Williams, M. N. (2012, April). The Changing Roles of Grandparents Raising Grandchildren. Poster presentation at, Network for Social Work managers Annual Institute, Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation, San Diego, CA.  [Invited]

  

Williams, M. N. (2013, March). FSU 3rd Global Awareness Day. Paper presentation at Fayetteville State University Office of International Education, Fayetteville, NC. [Invited]

  

Williams, M. N. (2012, March). FSU 2nd Global Awareness Day. Paper presentation at Fayetteville State University Office of International Education, Fayetteville, NC. [Invited]

  

Williams, M. N. (2011, October). Study Abroad Program: Cape Town, South Africa. Power point presentation at Global Scholar Learning Community, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, NC. [Invited]

  

Williams, M. N. (2011, March). FSU Annual Global Awareness Day. Paper presentation at Fayetteville State University Office of International Education, Fayetteville, NC. [Invited]

  

Williams, M. N. (2010, April). Study Abroad Program: Nigeria Africa. Poster presented at Fayetteville State University's Global International Awareness Day, Fayetteville, NC. [Invited]

  

Williams, M. N. (2009, July). Social Work in Nigeria Africa. Paper presentation at Fayetteville State University Community Outreach, Fayetteville, NC. [Invited]

 

Williams, M. N. (2008, April). Social Work with Military Families. Paper presentation at Fayetteville State University, Field Placement Outreach, Fayetteville, NC. [Invited]

 


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