Shannon A Mokoro

Shannon A Mokoro

Professional Details

Title: Associate Professor
Office: AB-011
Phone: 978-542-6610
Email: shannon.mokoro@salemstate.edu
Resume: Shannon A Mokoro [DOC 61KB]
Website: http://www.salemstate.edu/~smokoro

Summer Courses

Cat. # Term Course # Title
1873 D11 SWK385 Social Services in Mental Health Settings

Professional Interests

1) Cultural Competence in Social Work Practice 2) Faith-based Social Service - in particular urban and multicultural churches that engage in the provision of social services 3) Social service provision & other sssues related to immigration, in particular for and with West Africans 4) Social Service provision for women 5) Curriculum Development

Responsibilities

Coordinate BSW Field Education

Teach in the BSW Program:  SWK 200 - Social Service Volunteer Practicum; SWK 301 - Generalist Practice I; SWK 270 - Race, Class, and Ethnicity SWK 406 & 407 - Field Seminar I & II

Selected Presentations

Mokoro, S.A. and Connolly, P. (November 2008). Appreciating the Reaffirmation Process: A Tool for Socializing New and Returning Faculty. Paper presented at the Annual Program Meeting for the Council on Social Work Education. Philadelphia, PA.

Mokoro, S.A. (November 2008). Live and In Color: Using Popular Culture and Technology to Teach Issues of Diversity. Electronic Poster presented at the Annual Program Meeting for the Council on Social Work Education. Philadelphia, PA>

Butler, S.A. and Messina, L. (October 2006). Creating an Interactive-Intercampus Social Learning Environment. Paper accepted for presentation at the Annual Two-Year College Showcase of Best Practices, Innovations, and Teaching Excellence conference sponsored by the College Board of New England; Worcester, Massachusetts.

Butler, S.A. (2004, April). Racial Uplift, Social Progress, and Self-Determination: The creation of education institutions by the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association; San Diego, California.

Butler, S.A. (2003, April). Carter G. Woodson: Black Curriculum Theorist. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association; Chicago, Illinois.

Personal Interests

Playing tennis (when it is not snowing), traveling, wine-tasting, crochetting & knitting.