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Dr. Erica Campbell

Dr. Erica Campbell

BSW Program Director, Assistant Professor

Dr. Campbell received her PhD from the University of Missouri, where she also received her Masters in Social Work and Bachelors of Arts in Psychology. She currently serves as the BSW Program Director and Assistant Professor of Social Work at Fayetteville State University teaching courses such as Statistics, Research Methods and Generalist Practice. Dr. Campbell's current agenda involves focusing on the development and enhancement of interventions, research and practice which emphasizes the importance of including a racialized lens to better serve minority women of color. Dr. Campbell has several publications focusing on advancing the racial competency of social work practitioners.

Education

  • PhD in Social Work, University of Missouri-Columbia

  • MSW, University of Missouri-Columbia

  • BA in Psychology, University of Missouri-Columbia
Courses

  • SWRK 310, Statistics for Social Workers
  • SWRK 320, Research Methods
  • SWRK 410, Social Work Practice III
  • SWRK 420, Substance Abuse and Social Work
  • SWRK 445, Cultural Diversity

     
Research Interests

Critical Race Theory, Racial Competency, Social Justice, Racial Justice, Intimate Partner Violence, Trauma, Health Disparities, Racial & Ethnic Minority Populations, Black Feminist Theory, Social Change, Intersectionality, Program Evaluation & Assessment, Curriculum Development

Publications
  • Campbell, E. L. (2017). Critical Race Theory: a content analysis of the social work literature. Journal of Sociological Research 9(1), 119-129. https://doi.org/10.5296/jsr.v9i1.11965

  • Campbell, E. L. (2016). Racializing intimate partner violence among Black, Native American, Asian American and Latina women. International Journal of Progressive Education, 12(2), 64-77.

  • Campbell, E. L. (2015). Transitioning from a Model of Cultural Competency toward an inclusive pedagogy of "racial competency" using Critical Race Theory. Journal of Social Welfare and Human Rights, 3(1), 1-16.

  • Campbell, E. L. (2014). Exploring sense of ethnic identity among a small Midwest sample of social work and counseling practitioners. International Journal for Innovation Education and Research, 2(12), 48-57. http://www.ijier.net/assets/exploring-sense-of-ethnic-identity-among-ijier.net-vol-2-12-5.pdf

  • Campbell, E. L. (2014). Using critical race theory to measure "racial competency" among Social Workers. Journal of Sociology and Social Work, 2(2), pp. 73-86, 2(2), 73-86.

Presentations
  • Campbell, E. L., Stansbury, K., & Ames, N. Social and Behavioral Health Research Group, "Engaging African American churches in IPV Prevention & Intervention," NC State University, NC State University. (April 13, 2018).
  • Campbell, E. L., Conscious Conversations: What is rape culture?, "What is rape culture?," Black Feminist Scholars. (February 22, 2018).
  • Campbell, E. L., BFS: Conscious Conversations, "The State of Black Politics Under the Trump Administration," Black Feminist Scholars. (February 19, 2018).
  • Campbell, E. L., "An Intersectional Framework to Examine Intimate Partner Violence Among Black Transgender Bodies"," School of Social Work Faculty Lecture Series. (November 6, 2017).
  • Campbell, E. L. Black Feminist Scholars, "Post Traumatic Slavery Syndrome," Black Feminist Scholars. (April 6, 2017).
  • Campbell, E. L. (Presenter Only), Black Feminist Scholars, "Conscious Conversations: Politics of Black Hair," Black Feminist Scholars. (March 29, 2017).
  • Campbell, E. L. (Coordinator/Organizer), Black Feminist Scholars, "Feminism 101," Black Feminist Scholars. (February 22, 2017).
  • Campbell, E. L. (Panelist), Division of Student Affairs, "Maya Angelou Panel," Division of Student Affairs, Fayetteville State University. (February 7, 2017).
  • Campbell, E. L. (Presenter & Author), 20th Annual American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences (AABSS) Conference, "Evaluating "Racial Competency" among practitioners utilizing Critical Race Theory," Annual American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences (AABSS), Las Vegas, NV. (January 31, 2017).
  • Campbell, E. L., 20th Annual American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences (AABSS) Conference, "Evaluating "Racial Competency" among practitioners utilizing Critical Race Theory," annual American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences, Las Vegas, NV. (January 30, 2017).
  • Campbell, E. L. Black Feminist Scholars, "Love Trumps Hate," Black Feminist Scholars. (November 28, 2016).
  • Campbell, E. L., Nichols, Q. (Presenter Only), Department of Social Work Faculty Lecture Series, "Implementing Project- Based Learning Into The Social Work Curriculum," Department of Social Work, Shaw Auditorium, SBE Building. (November 7, 2016).
  • Nichols, Q. L. (Presenter & Author), Campbell, E. (Presenter & Author), Fayetteville State University 2016 Faculty Special Topics Series, "Implementing Project Based Learning Into The Social Work Curriculum," Fayetteville State University Department Of Social Work, Fayetteville, North Carolina. (November 7, 2016).
  • Campbell, E. L., Department of Social Work Faculty Lecture Series, "Implications of Intimate Partner Violence for Military Social Work Practitioners," Department of Social Work, Shaw Auditorium, SBE Building. (October 3, 2016).
  • Campbell, E. L., 2016 Womack Army Medical Center Annual Research Symposium, ""Using Critical Race Theory to examine Intimate Partner Violence (IPV): implications for military social work practitioners"," Womack Army Medical Center, Womack Army Medical Center. (May 4, 2016).
  • Campbell, E. L., ""Intersectionality and Competency of Intimate Partner Violence"," Department of Social Work, Fayetteville State University. (April 5, 2016).
  • Campbell, E. L., 19th National School Social Work Conference, "Integrating 'Racial Competency' into the Field of Social Work Using the Framework of Critical Race Theory," School Social Work Association of America, Baltimore, MD. (March 9, 2016).
  • Campbell, E. L., 19th National School Social Work Conference, "Self-Reports of Ethnic Identity Among Social Work Practitioners"," School Social Work Association of America, Baltimore, Maryland. (March 9, 2016).
  • Campbell, E. L., ""All Lives Matter Panel"," FSU's Entreneurship & Marketing Club, Fayetteville State University. (February 29, 2016).
  • Campbell, E. L., "Conscious Conversations: Examining Media Depictions of African Americans," Department of Social Work, Lauretta Taylor. (February 23, 2016).
  • Campbell, E. L., "Integrating Critical Race Theory in Social Work," FSU Department of Social Work, Dr. Edward's Masters Class, Taylor Science Room 101. (February 8, 2016).
  • Campbell, E. L., Sexual Violence Training, "Sexual Violence and Intersectionality," Fayetteville State University's Sexual Misconduct Panel, Fayetteville State University. (October 27, 2015).
  • · Campbell, E. L., ""The intersectional lens of sexual violence"," FSU's Sexual Misconduct Panel, Fayetteville State University. (October 27, 2015).
  • · Campbell, E. L., "Cyberstalking: The Dangers Lurking on Facebook, IG and Twitter," Department of Social Work, Fayetteville State University. (January 26, 2015).

Professional Memberships
  • Council of Social Work Education
  • National Alliance of Mental Illness
  • NC Adult Education Association
  • North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence
  • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

Grants, Honors, and Awards
  • Campbell, E. L., "Title III Activity: Student Success in the Core," Sponsored by Funded by Title III (April 16, 2014), Awarded
  • CAS Scholar of the Year, College of Arts and Science. (2018).
  • CAS Service Award, College of Arts and Science. (2018).
  • CAS Teacher of the Year, College of Arts and Science. (2018).
  • FSU Star Faculty