Professor Hanselman received her Bachelor of Social Work degree in 2000 from Marygrove College and her Master of Social Work degree in 2001 from Wayne State University. She began teaching at Marygrove College as an adjunct professor in 2006, and joined the social work department as a half-time faculty member in 2008.
Associate Professor of Social Work and Sociology | Director of the Bachelor of Social Work Degree Program
B.A., M.A., M.S.W., Ph.D., University of Michigan. Areas: Resiliency-centered social work practice; residential and community-based programs for delinquent adolescents and their families; advocacy/support groups for women ex-offenders; children of incarcerated parents and their caregivers; and stigmatization, self-image and deviance.
Professor Johnson received her Bachelor of Social Work degree in 1996 and a Master of Social Work in 1997, both from Wayne State University. Her concentration was in mental health and school social work. She is licensed in Michigan and Illinois as a clinical social worker. Professor Johnson joined the social work faculty full-time in 2010. Her practice experience has focused on
B.A., M.S.W., Wayne State University; Michigan Political Leadership Fellow, Michigan State University. Areas: Child welfare, substance abuse, family preservation, public policy and advocacy, community organization, and women and Social Security.
Professor of Social Work | Director of the Field Practicum | Director of Certificate Programs
B.A., Marygrove College; M.A., St. Louis University; M.S.W., Wayne State University Certified site visitor, Council on Social Work Education (CSWE); Peer reviewer, Council on Accreditation, Children and Family Services. Areas: Group theory and process, systems theory, loss and grief issues, abuse cycles, codependency issues, chronic illness, and professional and applied ethics.