Lisa M Johnson
|Resume:||Lisa M Johnson [DOCX 38KB]|
Fall & Winter Courses
|Cat. #||Term||Course #||Title|
|2578||02||SWK101||The Profession of Social Work|
|2589||01||SWK270||Understanding Diversity and Culture Competence in Human Service|
|2604||01||SWK381||Social Work Research Methods I|
|2609||02||SWK404||Field Education I|
|2625||02||SWK406||Field Education Seminar I|
|3669||01||SWK510||Directed Study in the Generalist Approach|
I am an assistant professor in the School of Social Work at Salem State University. I typically teach Human Behavior and the Social Environment II, Field Education Seminar, Research I and II, Introduction to Social Work, and Systems of Care for Child Welfare.
I have practiced in both the child welfare and healthcare fields and worked with complex systems for non-profit development and community organizing. My research and scholarship encompasses child welfare, professional decision-making, cultural diversity and competency, and training and program evaluation. I have coordinated the Massachusetts BSW Child Welfare Scholars Project, which supported the education and professional development of students dedicated to practicing in the field of child welfare.
I enjoy reading (especially biographies and historical non-fiction), watching movies, dancing, cooking, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.