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Lyndelia Wynn

Lyndelia Wynn

Adjunct Lecturer

Mrs. Wynn has worked at Fayetteville State University for the last twelve years as an Adjunct Lecturer teaching undergraduate students.  Thirty years of work experience (in the areas of Employment Services, Child Protective Service and Domestic Violence) was obtained at the local Department of Social Services. Her work experience and the students' work and life experiences are valued and students are encouraged to share them in the classroom.  Service learning is incorporated in the SWRK 220 and 230 where students can display dependability, justice and commitment to our community.Mrs. Wynn has worked at Fayetteville State University for the last twelve years as an Adjunct Lecturer teaching undergraduate students.  Thirty years of work experience (in the areas of Employment Services, Child Protective Service and Domestic Violence) was obtained at the local Department of Social Services. Her work experience and the students' work and life experiences are valued and students are encouraged to share them in the classroom.  Service learning is incorporated in the SWRK 220 and 230 where students can display dependability, justice and commitment to our community.

Education

  • MSW, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
  • MA, North Carolina Central University
  • BA, North Carolina Central University
Courses
  • SWRK 220-Introduction to Human Services
  • SWRK 230-Introduction to Social Work
  • SWRK 330-HBSE
  • SWRK 445-Cultural Diversity
Research Interests
  • Domestic Violence
Publications
  • Thesis was entitled "Attitude of AFDC recipients toward Work" (1991)