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At the University of Maryland School of Social Work, our faculty members are consistently ranked among the most active and productive social work scholars and researchers in the nation.

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Marlene Matarese Headshot

Marlene Matarese, Clinical Associate Professor and Deputy Director

Research Interests: Wraparound, SOC, workforce development, implementation science, LGBTQI-2S topics, youth involvement and positive youth development.




Email:  |  Phone: 410-706-4732 


Megan Meyer

Megan Meyer, Associate Professor

Research Interests: Community Organizing and Advocacy; Community-University PartnershipsHuman Service Organizations; Qualitative Research; Social Capital Development; Social Movements


Email: | Phone: (410) 706-5635 | Room: 5E06


Carlton Munson

Carlton E. Munson, Professor

Research Interests: Dr. Munson's practice and research focuses on trauma and loss in children including international child abduction. Dr. Munson has a special research interest in the effects of trauma on child development including a focus on receptive and language impairments. Dr. Munson has performed research and has publications in several areas of clinical social work practice and supervision.

Email: | Phone: (410) 706-3602 | Room: 5E15


nalini negi

Nalini Negi, Associate Professor

Research Interests: Migration; Substance Abuse; Mental Health of Latino Immigrants; Ethnic/Racial Identity; Culturally Competent Social Work Practice

Email: | Phone: (410) 706-3024 | Room: 5E08

Ed Pecukonis

Edward Pecukonis, Professor

Research Interests: My scholarship addresses social work pedagogy and the science of social work education. The primary focus of this research is to: 1) Develop and evaluate innovative methods of teaching public health social work and 2) Create educational experiences that promote leadership development and interprofessional practice within the classroom and field settings. I am interested in social work pedagogy that is both an approach to teaching and an exploration of the many variables that effect student learning.

Email: | Phone: (410) 706-7533 | Room: 5E41

Joan Pittman

Joan Pittman, Clinical Associate Professor and Director of the MSW Program at Shady Grove

Research Interests: Mental Health; Clinical Practice with Individuals, Couples, and Families; Group Work; Social Work Education; Supervision

Email: | Phone: (301) 738-6013 | Room: USG III-3145, Camille Kendall Academic Center (Building II)