RESUME
Stephen M. Marson
5203 McLeod Road 
Lumberton, North Carolina  28358 
Home E-mail: smarson@nc.rr.com
Phones Numbers
(910) 521-6475 Office 
(910) 775-4091 FAX 
Office E-mail: steve.marson@uncp.edu
Table of Contents
Biographical Education Other Material
Book Chapters -- Refereed Experience Highlights Papers & Presentations
Book Review -- Non-Refereed  Grants Professional Affiliations
Book Reviews -- Refereed Honors Professional Objective
Citations Internet Publications -- Refereed 
Committees & Boards (State & Local) Interviews Research In Progress
Committees & Boards (National) Monographs -- Non-Refereed Self-Studies
Editorial Monographs -- Refereed Updated

PROFESSIONAL
OBJECTIVE

A position in the field of sociology/social work, where my personal aptitudes, interests, and educational background can be put to use in helping people with a particular interest in applied gerontology, forensic social work, and technology.
EXPERIENCE HIGHLIGHTS    
2009-Present     Professor of  Sociology, University of North Carolina at Pembroke
Undergraduate courses taught:
 
     
  • Social Research
  • Social Statistics
  • Introduction to Sociology
  • Applied Gerontology
 
2003-2009 Professor of  Social Work, University of North Carolina at Pembroke
Undergraduate courses taught:
 
  • Social Policies and Social Justice 
  • Social and Economic Justice
  • Social Work Values and Ethics
  • Gerontological Social Work 
  • Sexual Minorities
  Graduate courses experience:
     
  • UNC-Chapel Hill Graduate School of Social Work: Field Work Supervisor, 2005-06; SoWo 102, Introduction to Research Methods in Social Work for Graduate School of Social Work; Spring, 2001, 02, 03, 04.  SoWo 315, Evaluation of Social Work Practice for UNC-Chapel Hill Graduate School of Social Work; Spring, 1986. 
  • Graduate Program of Counseling, Webster University; COUN 5020,  Introduction to Counseling for the Graduate Program of Counseling,  Fall 98. 
  • Graduate School of Social Work, East Carolina University; SOCW 5940, Research Methodology for Social Workers  Fall, 94; Sp. 95,  96; SOCW 6711, Social Work Practice and Research for Graduate School of Social Work, East Carolina University; Summer, 94 & 96; Fall, 95. 
  • George Warren Brown Graduate School of Social Work, Washington University; Summer; Field Instructor,  94. 
  • Brandeis University; Doctoral Dissertation Committee, 1993-94.
  • University of New England; Field Instructor, Spring, 2014

 
2013-present     Co-Director of the Public Policy Institute (Kettering Foundation)  
1989-present.
    Coordinator, Minor in Applied Social Gerontology  
1996-2003     Professor/Director,  Social Work Program, University of North Carolina at Pembroke  
1991-96      Associate Professor, Director of the Social Work Program, Pembroke State University  
1980-91     Assistant Professor, Director of the Social Work Program, Pembroke State University  
1978-present      Established private practice (Marson & Associates) to keep up with current trends in Social Work Practice. Presently, most of the activities within the practice concern health care delivery for the elderly and social science research for attorneys.  Experience with groupwork in sub-stance abuse for prison system. In general, primary activities include: 1) Consultation; 2) Research; 3) Casework/Groupwork; 4) Education.  
1977-80     Instructor of Sociology; Pembroke State University  
1976-77     Vita Treatment Center, Inc., Columbus, Ohio (Methadone Treatment Center).  Hired as Case Manager.  Responsible for a caseload that varied from Center).  Hired as Case Manager.  Responsible for a caseload that varied from 40 to 60 individuals.  Involved general casework but also groupwork with pregnant heroin addicts which included child abuse, prenatal care and planning, therapy, referral, emergency assistance and cooperation with medical and psychological staffs.  
1974-76     Talbot Hall, St. Anthony Hospital; Columbus, Ohio (Alcoholic Rehabilitation Unit). Involved in intake, facilitated group therapy, speaker and community liaison (Currently part of Ohio State University Hospitals)  
1970-74     Supervised young children (3-year-olds) Cradle 'n Crayon Day Care Center as a volunteer.  
      Student Counselor with the guidance office at Ohio Dominican College.  
      Summer employment with the Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation at Columbus State Institute, Columbus, Ohio. Prepared and placed residents of the institute and special education students for gainful employment congruent to their intellectual capacities.  
1967-70     Volunteered at the Vision Center in Columbus, Ohio; and later gained employment as instructor's aide. Assisted instructor in classroom procedures and the clinical psychologist in group therapy.  
      Volunteered at the Ohio State School for the blind; provided recreational activities for residents.  
National Committees and Boards    

 

 

Pearson Publishers: Advisory Board for Social Work, 2008 - present

 

 
     

Editorial Board of Contemporary Rural Social Work, 2007 - present

 

 
     

Editorial Board of The Journal of Forensic Social Work, 2007 - present

 
         
      Editorial Board of The Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics 2001 - present  
     
  • Founding and Senior Editor 
  • Book Review Editor 
 
      Association of Social Work Boards  
  • Basic/Intermediate Test Item Writer, 1997-8. 
  • Basic/Intermediate Examination Committee, 1999-2001. 
  • Basic/Intermediate Examination Committee, Co-Chair, 2002. 
  • Basic/Intermediate Examination Committee, Chair, 2003-2004. 
      National Association of Social Workers  
     
  •  Task Force Chair, Technology and Social Work, Summer 1998 
  • Competence Certification Commission, 1991-93 
  • ACBSW Examination Review Committee, Chair, 1991-93 
  • School Social Work Examination Committee, 1992-93 
  • Technology Committee, 1995-97 
 
      Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors  
     
  • Ad Hoc Committee on Committee Structure, Chair, 2011.
  • Board of Directors, 1999 - 2002
  • Ad Hoc Committee on E-mail & Social Work  Education, Chair, 1994-96 
  • Technology and Distance Learning Committee Education, Chair (1994-6); Member (1996-present) 
  • Subcommittees of Technology and Distance Learning 
    • Values and Ethics, Chair, 2000-2006
    • Policy, Member, 2000-2006
    • Research, Member, 2000-2006 
  • Disabilities Committee, Member 2000-present & Liaison, 2000-2002 
 
      Council on Social Work Education  
     
  • Chair APM Values and Ethics Track, 2007-2010.
  • Council on Disability and Persons with Disabilities, 2006-2009
  • Chair of Site Team, 2004 – 2010
  • Site Team Member, 1995 – 2010
  • Ad Hoc Technology Committee, Member  (1996)
 
      Editorial Board of The Journal of Law and Social Work  
     
  • Editor, USA Manuscripts, 1994-2001 
  • Book Review Editor, 1991-2001. 
 
      Board of Directors, Children's Transplant Association, 1991-1993. 
 

Local Committees 
and Boards 

   

North   Carolina State Social Service Commission, Appointed by Governors Easley & Purdue, April 1, 2007-2011

Chair:  Chair:  Communications Committee, 2009 - present

.

             Robeson County End of Life Coalition, 2008 – present

                  ·      Conference Program Planning Committee, 2008 -- present

 
     

Board of Directors, Rural Program for the Carolina’s, 2003-present

 
     
  • Committee on Small Businesses, 2003-present 
 
     

Board of Directors, Center for Community Action, 2003-present

 
     
  • Conference Planning Committee, 2009-2010
  • Advisory Board, NC Academic Center for Excellence in Youth Violence Prevention, 2010-2015
 
      Robeson County Welfare Planning Board, Member, 1997-present  
     
  • Transportation Committee, Chair, 1997-present 
  • Networking Committee, Member, 1998-present 
 

Jordan Institute on Families; Technical Advisory Board, 1997-present

     

 

 
      North Carolina NASW Chapter  
     
  • Board of Directors, 1994-96.
  • Vice President, 1997-99
  • Nominations Committee, Member, 1999-2001. 
  • Continuing Education Committee, Member 1995-present 
  • Technology Advisory Panel, Chair 1995-present 
  • Conference Planning Committee, Co-Chair 1994-95. 
  • Awards Committee, Chair, 1997-99; Member, 1999-2001 
  • Executive Committee, 1997-99. 
  • Legislative Committee, Member 2008-
 
      Southeastern Regional Medical Center; Robeson County, NC  
     
  • Institutional Research Board, 2002 to present. 
    • Appointed Chair, 2010.
  • SGH Health Horizons Advisory Board, 1984 to 2008. 
  • Robeson County Hospice Advisory Board, 1987 to 2008
  • Palliative Care Advisory Committee, 2010 to present
 
      Board of Directors, Rural Advancement Fund Justice Project; Robeson County, NC  
     
  • Executive Board [Secretary], 1984 to 1989 
  • Board of Directors, 1981 to 1991. 
 
EDUCATION        
1981-91     North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina. Ph.D. May, 1991.   
     
Major: Sociology 
Minor: Social Work (UNC-Chapel Hill
      Specialties:  Sociology of Aging 
                         Social Psychology
Doctoral Dissertation: The Utility of a Marxian Framework for the Sociology of Aging.
 
         
1974-76     The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. M.S.W., June, 1976.   
      Completed program of courses which led to specialization in Social Work with emphasis in Human Sexuality.  First year's field work was at Logan-Champaign Guidance Clinic, Inc. (Urbana, Ohio) where I was involved in individual, family and group therapy.  Also involved in community work, i.e., instructed community volunteers to answer crisis phone line, in-service training at retirement home and similar consultations. Second year of field work was at Dodd Hall, the physical medicine facility of The Ohio State University Hospital complex.  Duties included preparing disabled individuals (usually paralysis) for a new way of life.  
      Master's Thesis: Identifying Variables Related Successful Treatment in an n-patient Alcoholic Rehabilitation Facility.  
1971-74     Ohio Dominican University, Columbus, Ohio.   B.A. in Liberal Arts, June 1974.  
     
           Majors: Social Welfare and Sociology
           Minor:  Psychology 
 
      Completed field work at the Ohio Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation and obtained employment with that agency.  
1970-71     Rio Grande College, Rio Grande, Ohio (no major).   
 

REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

BOOK CHAPTERS -- REFEREED
REFEREED MONOGRAPHS
  • Marson, S.M. (2008). A Student's Test Bank for Social Work Research Methods: Form conceptualization to Dissemination.  Boston: Allyn-Bacon.
  • Marson, S.M. (2006). A Test Bank for Generalist Research. NY: McGraw-Hill.
  • Marson, S.M. (2005). Community Needs Assessment for the Healthy Start Project.  UNCP Regional Center.
  • Marson, S.M. (2005). A Test Bank for Human Behavior and the Social Environment. NY: McGraw-Hill.
  • Marson, S.M. (2005). A Test Bank for Policy and Human Service: A Strengths Approach. NY: McGraw-Hill.
  • Marson, S. (2003). A Test Bank for Research Methods for Social Workers.  Peosta, IA: Eddie Bowers Publishers.
  • Pollack, D. & Marson, SM. (1998). Social Work and ElderLaw. A Special Issue of The Journal of Law and Social Work.
GRANTS
  • Pembroke Undergraduate Research and Creativity Center ($800), received Fall of 2012.

  • NIDDK Centers for Diabetes Translational Research. Alice Ammerman, Ph.D, is the PI.  I was one of five members of the planning board from UNCP.  ($773,597), received Summer of 2011.

  • National Center for Injury Prevention and Control.  Paul Smokowski from UNC-CH is the PI.   I was one of six liaisons from Robeson County representing the Center for Community Action.   Funded.  Currently I am on the Academic Advisory Board ($6,500,000)  received Fall of 2010.

  • Annual Social Work Symposium, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services with Angela Todd ($5,000), received Spring of 2000.
  • Internal grant awarded by UNCP for research study entitled: Cleavers: A Focus Group Analysis of TANF Recidivism with Rasby Powell ($380), received Spring of 2000.
  • Annual Social Work Symposium, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services ($3,000), received 1998.
  • Internal grant awarded by UNCP for dissertation.  ($480), received 1984.
  • Doctoral Study Grant, General Administration for the University of North Carolina ($18,500), received 1982.
INTERVIEWS
  • Stephen Marson interviewed by Barbara Trainin Blank, (2012). Student Role Model: Tayloe Compton. The New Social Worker, 19 (3), 3 & 22.
  • Stephen Marson interviewed by Brian Maffly, (2010). Evicted from profession, SLCC instructor builds social work program. The Salt Lake Tribune, February 12.
  • Stephen Marson interviewed by Barbara Trainin Blank, (2009). Student Role Model: Ashley Bunnell. The New Social Worker, 16(2), 3.
  • Steve Marson interviewed by Scott Bigelow, (2008). Academic journals bring prestige: UNCP is host to three. UNCP Today, Fall, 2008, page 12.
  • Steve Marson interviewed by Robesonian Staff, (2007). Literary Notes: Social Work Journal Continues. The Robesonian, Sunday, October 21, 2007, page 12.
  • Steve Marson interviewed by Robesonian Staff, (2007). Legerton honored with Rural Life Award. The Robesonian, Saturday, July 28, 18, 2007, page 3a.
  • Steve Marson interviewed by Venita Jenkins, (2007). Lumbee foster families scarce. The Fayetteville Observer, May 29, 2007,  page 1a and 4a.
  • Stephen Marson interviewed by Barbara Trainin Blank, (2005). Student Role Model: Chika Okonkwo. The New Social Worker, 12(4), 3.
  • Steve Marson interviewed by Micheal Jaenicke, (2005). Driftwood Artist. The Robesonian, December 7, 2005, page 1c and 6c.

  • Stephen M. Marson interviewed by Scott Bigelow, (2004). UNCP Professor is Editor of New Social Work Journal. The Robesonian, Sunday, September 18, 2004, page 6a.

  • Stephen M. Marson interviewed by Doneal Gersh,  (2002). Celebrating 20 Years of Social Work at UNCP. WNCP-TV, February 22, 2002.

  • Stephen M. Marson interviewed by Jeffery Womble.  (1999). Role models: Teenagers look to entertainment world.  The Fayetteville Observer Times, Wednesday, April 14, 1999.

  • Steve Marson interviewed by Kelly Boyer Sagert, (1999). Student Role Model: Laura Langner. The New Social Worker, 6(2), 3.
  • Stephen M. Marson interviewed by Rebecca Bowers. (1998). Age: The blind spot when it comes to HIV/AIDS risk. Contraceptive Technology Update, 19 (9): 115-117.
  • Stephen M. Marson interviewed by Chris Hammond. (1998). Sex happens after 50 (And so do STDs). STD: A Quarterly Newsletter of the American Social Health Association, 5(4): 1,7 & 9.
  • Steve Marson interviewed by Kelly Boyer Sagert, (1995). Student Role Model: Toni Pipkin. The New Social Worker, 2(1), 3.
  • Stephen M. Marson interviewed by Lisa Stanly. (1992). The Lust to Win. WECT-TV NewsCenter (Wilmington, NC), November 15, 1992.
CITATIONS (in order of discovery)
  • Stewart, W. W., Chubon, R. A., & Weldon, N. L. (1989). Utilization of a quality-of-life indicators based assessment instrument in alcoholism treatment programs. Vocational Evaluation & Work Adjustment Bulletin. Volume 22 (1) 31-34.
  • Harkins, J. A., & Arndt, A. D. (2012). Antecedents and Consequences of Disclosures Containing Strategic Content. Strategic Management Review, 6(1), 38-56.
  • Scorsolini-Comin, F., Manzi-Oliveira, A. B., Casarini, K. A., Jacquemin, R. C., & dos Santos, M. A. Evaluation Of Intervention Programs With Adolescents: Limits, Progress And Prospects.
  • Green, D., & Latchford, G. Using Client Feedback in Psychotherapy–In Practice. Maximising the Benefits of Psychotherapy: A Practice-Based Evidence Approach, 129-150.
  • Scorsolini-Comin, F., Manzi-Oliveira, A. B., Casarini, K. A., Jacquemin, R. C., & Santos, M. A. D. (2011). Avaliação de programas de intervenção com adolescentes: limites, avanços e perspectivas. Revista brasileira de crescimento e desenvolvimento humano, 21(3), 883-893.
  • Robbins, S. P., Chatterjee, P., & Canda, E. R. (2010). Contemporary human behavior theory. Pearson Allyn and Bacon.
  • Bothwell, J., Director, S. A., Boes, V. T., Walden, H., Devine, P., & Tolman, K. (2005). Thomson Learning Academic Resource Center.
  • Knowles, A. J. (2001). Implementing web-based learning: Evaluation results from a mental health course. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 18(3-4), 171-187.
  • Knowles, A. J. (2002). E-learning in social work education: Emerging pedagogical and policy issues. Currents: New Scholarship in the Human Services, 1(1), 1-17.
  • Gohagan, D. (2000). Computer-facilitated instructional strategies for education: Designing WebQuests. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 16(2-3), 145-159.
  • Hong, J. (2012). Socio-economic inequalities in mental health and their determinants in South Korea (Doctoral dissertation, The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)).
  • France, K. (2007). Crisis intervention: A handbook of immediate person-to-person help. Charles C Thomas Publisher.
  • Moore, D. J., Palmer, B. W., Patterson, T. L., & Jeste, D. V. (2007). A review of performance-based measures of functional living skills. Journal of psychiatric research, 41(1), 97-118.
  • Russ, D. P. (2012). Considerations for Providing Counseling Services in Second Life. SAGE Open, 2(4).
  • Landrum, R. E., & Smith, R. A. (2007). Creating syllabi for statistics and research methods courses. Best practices for teaching statistics and research methods in the behavioral sciences, 45-57.
  • Collie, K., Booth, K. S., & Cubranic, D. (1999). Computer-Supported Distance Art Therapy: Beyond Computerization. In WebNet World Conference on the WWW and Internet (Vol. 1999, No. 1, pp. 272-276).
  • Cubranic, D., Collie, K., & Booth, K. S. (1999). Computer-Supported Distance Art Therapy: Beyond Computerization. In WebNet (pp. 272-276).
  • Knowles, A. J. (2001). Implementing web-based learning: Evaluation results from a mental health course. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 18(3-4), 171-187.
  • Rosenblum, A. F. (1996). Developing Partnerships Between Social Work Programs and the Professional Community: An Exploratory Study of Field Advisory Groups. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 14(1-2), 111-125.
  • Harrison, D. F. (1987). Clinical research in sexual dysfunctions: Social work contributions. Journal of Social Service Research, 10(2-4), 105-119.
  • Murty, S. A., Gilmore, K., Richards, K. A., & Altilio, T. (2012). Using a LISTSERV™ to develop a community of practice in end-of-life, hospice, and palliative care social work. Journal of Social Work in End-Of-Life & Palliative Care, 8(1), 77-101.
  • Russ, D. P. (2012). Considerations for Providing Counseling Services in Second Life. SAGE Open, 2(4).
  • Bjornsdottir, A., & Garfield, J. (2013). Teaching bits: Statistics education articles from 2012 and 2013. Journal of Statistics Education, 21(1), 1-4.

  • Kendall-Tackett, L. A. (2010). Depression in new mothers (2nd edition). NY: Routledge

  • Horowitx, J. A., Murphy, C. A., Gregory, K. E., & Wojcik, J. (2011). A community-based screening initiative to identify mothers at risk for postpartum depression. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing, 40(1), 52-61.

  • Lucero, N. B. et al. (2012). Prevalence of postpartum depression among hispanic immigrant women. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, 24(12), 726-734.

  • Lui, C. H., & Tronick, E. (2012). Rates and predictors of postpartum depression by race and ethnicity: Results from the 2004 to 2007 New York City PRAMS survey (pregnancy risk assessment monitoring system). Maternal and Child Health Journal. Retrieved from http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10995-012-1171-z

  • Norr, K. (2012). The influence of social environment characteristics. (Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation) University of Illinois at Chicago, Nursing Sciences

  • Collie, K. R. (1998). Art Therapy on-line: A Participatory Action Study of Distance Counseling Issues. (Unpublished Master’s Thesis) University of British Columbia, Department of Counseling, Vancouver, BC. 

  • Beibelhausen, L, Dakin, E. & Gavrilovici, O. (2000). Social Work Education and Practice; An Annotated Bibiography. Cleveland, OH, Case Western Reserve University.

  • Samaras T. (March 2011).  Reasons to be small. [Commentary] World Nutrition, 2(3),108-135. 

  • Cournoyer, B. R. (2008). The Social Work Skills: Workbook. Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole.  

  • Lee, K. H. (2005).  The Determinants of State Work Attachment Strategy Choices and the Effects of Work Attachment Strategies on Welfare Recipients, Former Recipients, and Poverty. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). West Virginia University, Department of Political Science Morgantown, West Virginia. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation).

  • Hambley, L. A. (1999).  The Receptivity of Career Counsellors Toward Career Development Services on the Internet. (Unpublished Master’s Thesis). The University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta. 

  • Chen, Y. (2009-2010). "Advanced Social Statistics" Improvement Program Final Report Statistics Anxiety and Learning Outcomes: Enhancement of the Statistics Anxiety and Learning Outcomes: Enhancement of the "Advanced Social Statistics" Course. " Social Work Department at the National University of Taiwan Retrieved at http://ctld.ntu.edu.tw/rp/report/98_01.pdf  

  • Beck, C. T. (2001). Predictors of Postpartum Depression: An Update.  Nursing Research:  50 ( 5), 275-285.   

  • Root, S. (2008).  What is the best commercial? An investigation into the effect of pace on information load, EPA, recall and recognition.  University of Twente, Behavioral Sciences, Communication Studies. Retrieved at http://essay.utwente.nl/58453/1/scriptie_S_van_Rootselaar.pdf 

  • Mendoza Núñez, V. M. (2005). Doubt and Suggestions (A proposal for master program in social and community gerontology). Independent National University of Mexico. Retrieved at  http://www.zaragoza.unam.mx/depi/avisos/gerontologia.pdf

  • Gibelman, M., Gelman, S. R., & Fast, J. (1999). The downside of cyberspace: Cheating made easy. Journal of Social Work Education, 35(3), 367-376. 

  • Briggs, L. T., Brown, S. E., Gardner, R. B., & Davidson, R. L. (2009). D.RA.MA: An extended conceptualization of student anxiety in criminal justice research methods courses. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 20(3) 217-226. 

  • Kirst-Ashman, K. K., & Hull, G. H. (2011). Understanding generalist practice. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth. 

  • Smith, M., Ghazali, N., & Minhad, S. F. (2007). Attitudes towards plagiarism among undergraduate accounting students: Malaysian evidence. Asian Review of Accounting, 15(2), 122-146.

  • Perron, B. E., Taylor, H.O., Blass, J.E. Margerum-Leys, J. (2010). Information and communication technologies in social work, Advances in Social Work, 11(1), 67-81.

  • Faux, T. L. & Black-Hughes, C. (2000). A comparison of using the Internet Versus lectures to teach social work history.  Research on Social Work Practice, 10(4), 454-466.

  • Samaras, T.T. (2010). Ramifications of increasing birth weight, accelerated growth and greater height on health, the obesity epidemic, and longevity. Journal of Chinese Clinical Medicine, 5 (6), 433-449.

  • Sachdev, P. (2000). From the Editor. Advances in Social Work, 1(1), i-vi.

  • Anastas, J. W. (2010). Teaching in Social Work: An Educator’s Guide to Theory and Practice. NY: Columbia University Press.

  • Sandell, K. S. & Hayes, S. (2002). The web’s impact on social work education: Opportunities, challenges, and future directions, Journal of Social Work Education, 38 (1), 85-99.

  • Bricout, J. C. (2001). Making computer-mediated education responsive to the accommodation needs of students with disabilities. Journal of Social Work Education, 37 (2), 267-280.

  • Trevathan, W. (2010). Ancient Bodies, Modern Lives: How Evolution Has Shaped Women's Health. NY: Oxford University Press.

  • Lee, K. & Yoon, D. (2009). Determinants of unemployment and economic hardship of welfare leavers who have taught their lifetime limits. Journal of Social Service Research, 35(2), 125-134.

  • Parrott, L. & Madoc-Jones, I. (2008). Reclaiming Information and Communication Technologies for Empowering Social Work Practice. Journal of Social Work, 8(2), 181-197.

  • Damianakis, T., Climans, R., & Marziali, E. (2008). Social Workers' Experiences of Virtual Psychotherapeutic Caregivers Groups for Alzheimer's,Parkinson's, Stroke, Frontotemporal Dementia, and Traumatic Brain Injury. Social Work with Groups, 31(2), 99-116.

  • Serafini, J. D., Damianakis, T., & Marziali,, E. (2007). Clinical Practice Standards and Ethical Issues Applied to a Virtual Group Intervention for Spousal Caregivers of People with Alzheimer's. Social Work in Health Care, 44(3), 225-243.

  • Simpson, G. A., Segall, A. B., & Williams, J. C. (2007). Social Work Education and Clinical Learning: Reply to Goldstein (2006) and Thyer (2006). Clinical Social Work Journal, 35(1), 33-36.

  • Ouellette, P. M., Westhuis, D., Marshall, E., & Chang, V. (2006). The Acquisition of Social Work Interviewing Skills in a Web-Based and Classroom Instructional Environment: Results of a Study. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 24(4), 53-75.

  • Lowood, H. (2002). Current Bibliography in the History of Technology (1999). Technology and Culture, 43 (Supplement), 1-121.

  • Miller, D. Marson, S. & Elufiede, B. (2000). The social/demographic dimensions of misidentification:  Implications for law and social work. The Journal of Law and Social Work, 10(1&2), 126-142.

  • Albert, R. & Marson, S. (1993). Making sense of the law and social work connection: A review essay.   The Journal of Law and Social Work, 4(2), 17-26.

  • Haekes, L., Murphy, C. & Law, J. (2001). The Theory and Criticism of Virtual Tests. NY: Greenwood Press.

  • Bricout, J. C. (2001). Making Computer-Mediated Education Responsive To The Accommodation Needs Of Students With Disabilities. Journal of Social Work Education, 37(2), 267-281.

  • Sandell, Karen S.; Hayes, Sherman. (2002). The Web's Impact On Social Work Education: Opportunities, Challenges, And Future Generations. Journal of Social Work Education, 38(1) 85-99.

  • Hey, W.T., Temple, M A. & Hey, D. B. (2004). Using the Internet effectively for advocacy in health education.  TechTrends: Linking Research & Practice to Improve Learning, 48(6), 24-28.

  • Parker-Oliver, D. & Demiris, G. (2006). Social work informatics: A new specialty.  Social Work, 51(2), 127-134.

  • McCleary, R. (2007). Ethical issues in online social work research. Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics,  4(1) retrieved at http://www.socialworker.com/jswve/content/view/46/50/

  • Birkenmaier, J., Wernet, S. P., Berg-Weger, M., Wilson, R. J., Banks, R., Olliges, R. and Delicath, T.A. (2005). Weaving a Web: The Use of Internet Technology in Field Education. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 25 (1-2), 3-19.

  • Beder, J. (2005). Cybersolace: Technology Built on Emotion. Social Work, 50, 4), 355-358.

  • Moon, Sung Seek; DeWeaver, K.L. (2005). Electronic Advocacy and Social Welfare Policy Education. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 25 (1-2), 57-68.

  • Moore, B. (2005). Faculty Perceptions of the Effectiveness of Web-Based Instruction in Social Work Education: A National Study. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 23 (1-2), 53-66.

  • Berg-Weger, M. (2005). Social Work and Social Welfare: An Invitation. Boston: McGraw-Hill.

  • Ambrosino, R., Hefferman, J., Shuttlesworth, G. & Ambrosino, R. (2005). Social Work and Social Welfare: An Introduction. Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole.
  • Ouellette, P. M. and Chang, V. (2004).  The Acquisition of Social Work Interviewing Skills in a Web-Based and Classroom Instructional Environment: Preliminary Findings. Advances in Social Work, 5 (1), 91-104.

  • Vernon, R. and Lynch, D. (2003). Consumer Access to Agency Websites: Our Best Foot Forward? Journal of Technology in Human Services, 21 (4). 37-51.

  • Massimo, V. S. (2003). Integrating the WebCT Discussion Feature into Social Work Courses: An Assessment Focused on Pedagogy and Practicality. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 22 (1),  49-65.

  • Dolgoff, R., Loewenberg, F.M. & Harrington, D. (2005). Ethical Decisions for Social Work Practice. Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole.

  • Williams, C. (2003). Life on the cutting/bleeding edge: History of technology at BPD.  BPD Update, 25 (3), 22-25.
  • Suppes, M.A. and Wells, C.C. (2003). The Social Work Experience: An Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare. NY: McGraw-Hill. (4th edition).
  • National Association of Social Workers. (2003). Technology and Social Work. Social Work Speaks. NY: NASW.
  • Hεποή (Greek Political Science Journal). (2002) Όταν το διαδίκτυο καλωσορίζει την πολιτική   (in English: When the Internet welcomes the policy) 06 October  No. 643.
  • Finn, J, & Marson, S. (2001). The use of the World Wide Web by social work programs to facilitate field instruction. Advances in Social Work, 2 (1), 26-37.
  • Ambrosino, R., Hefferman, J., Shuttlesworth, G. & Ambrosino, R. (2001). Social Work and Social Welfare: An Introduction. Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole.
  • National Association of Social Workers. (2000). Technology and Social Work. Social Work Speaks. NY: NASW.
  • Suppes, M.A. and Wells, C.C. (2000). The Social Work Experience: An Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare. NY: McGraw-Hill. (3rd edition).
  • Schopler, J.H, Abell, M D. and Galinsky, M.J. (1998). Technology-based groups: A review and conceptual framework for practice. Social Work, 43 (3) 254-267.
  • Finn, J. (1998). A brief and incomplete history of the BPD information technology committee.  BPD Update, 20  (2), 19-20.

  • Bocksnick, J.G. (1995). Therapeutic recreation for the institutionalized elderly: Choice or abuse. Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect, 7 (4) 47-60.

 

SCHOLARLY BOOK REVIEWS
PAPERS & PRESENTATIONS -- Non-refereed
  • Marson, S. (2014). Writing for Publications. Presented at the 30th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, March 18 (Lexington, KT).
  • Marson, S. & Menefee, M. (2013). Economic Development through Job Creation. Presented at the Kettering Foundation Conference on Public Policy. October 1, (Dayton, Ohio).
  • Marson, S. (2013). AIDS Awareness: Stuff You Didn’t Know. Presented for Eastpointe Educational Service, June 27 (Elizabethtown, NC).  
  • Marson, S., Sydor,V. & Grobman, L.  (2013). Writing for Journals. Presented at the 30th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, March 7 (Myrtle Beach, SC).
  • Marson, S. & Powell, R. (2013). Goffman and Infantilization of Elderly Persons: A Theory in Development, Presented at the 34th Southern Gerontological Conference, April 6 (Charlotte, NC).

  • Marson, S., Hong, M. & Roscoe, J.B. (2013). The Measurement of Suicide Assessment and the Development of a Treatment Strategy for Elders: Durkheimian Approach. Presented at the 34th Southern Gerontological Conference, April 6 (Charlotte, NC).

  • Hymans, D., DeAngelis, D., & Marson, S. (2012). ASWB's Licensing Exams: Out of the Cauldron and Into Reality. Presented at the 29th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, March 17 (Portland, Or).

  • Kersting, R., Marson, S., & Quinn, C. (2012). Cutting Edge Technology and BSW Education: Where Will the Technology Take Us? . Presented at the 29th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, March 17 (Portland, Or).

  • Marson, S. (2011). The Use of Art and Graphics to Simplify Complex Concepts in the Social Sciences. Presented at the 5th Annual Digital Academy, April 2 (Pembroke, NC).

  • Marson, S. & Powell, R, (2011). Suicide Among Elders: A Durkheimian Proposal. Presented at the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Southern Gerontological Society, April 16. (Raleigh, NC).

  • Marson, S. & Wall, A. (2011). Teaching Statistics To Blind Students. Presented a the 28th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, April 25 (Cincinnati, Ohio).

  • Marson, S. with members of Disability and Technology Committees, (2011).  Disability and Technology. Presented a the 28th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, April 26 (Cincinnati, Ohio).

  • Marson, S. (2011). Should BPD be a Volunteer Organization or a Voluntary Organization? Presented a the 28th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, April 25 (Cincinnati, Ohio).

  • Marson, S. & Ketzenberger, K. (2010). Improving Students' Writing Skills: Two Approaches.  Presented at the 27th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, March 19 (Atlanta, GA). 

  • Berghoef, M.C., Marson, S.M. & Milford, B. (2010). Assistive Technologies. Presented at the 27th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, March 19 (Atlanta, GA)

  • Marson, S. (2009). Presbycusis and Service Delivery. Presented at the Southeastern Regional Medical Center Home Health & Hospice agency, October 26, (Lumberton, NC).

  • Kersting, R., Marson, S. & DeAngelis, D. (2009). Not Teaching to the Test: Critical Thinking and Licensing Exams. Presented at the 55th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, November 7 (San Antonio, TX).

  • Marson, S. (2009). Using music, art, pets and validation theory for the care of elderly patients.  Presented at the Southeastern Regional Medical Center Home Health & Hospice agency, September 21, (Lumberton, NC).

  • Marson, S. (2009). Changes in family dynamics following a loss.  Presented at the 7th Annual End of Life Conference, April 23 (Lumberton, NC)

  • Marson, S., Williams, C., Vernon, R. & Lynch, D. (2009). Using Technology for the Instruction of Social Work Values and Ethics. Presented at the 26th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, March 21 (Phoenix, AZ). 

  • Marson, S. & Swigonski, M. (2009). Technological Resources for Teaching LGBT issues.   Presented at the 26th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, March 20 (Phoenix, AZ).

  • Marson, S. (2008). A Male Perspective on Birth Control. Presented at the Conference of American Indian Mothers, November 24 (Native Angels, Pembroke, NC).

  • Marson, S., DeAngelis, D & Mittal, N. (2008). The Reliability and Validity of ASBW Examination Scores. Presented at the 54th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, November 1 (Philadelphia).

  • Marson, S. & Stephens, F. (2008). Ethics: Tangled Relationships.  Presented at the 16th Annual Social Work Symposium, UNCP Chavis Center, March 28 (Pembroke, NC).

  • Marson, S. , DeAngelis, D & Mittal, N. (2008). The Reliability and Validity of ASBW Examination Scores. Presented at the 25th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, March 8 (Destin, FL).

  • Falk, D. Marson, S. &  Williams, C.(2008).  Teaching practice online and hybrid technological strategies.  Presented at the 25th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, March 7 (Destin, FL).  

  • Marson, S. (Coordinator) & the BPD Technology and Distance Education Committee. (2008). Glossary of Defensive Computer Terms. Presented at the 25th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, March 8 (Destin, FL).

  • Berghoef, M. Falk, D. Lynch, D. Marson, S. Vernon, R. Williams, C. Smith, M. Pitman-Munke, M. (2008).  New technologies for the social work classroom. Presented at the 25th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, March 8 (Destin, FL).

  • Marson, S. (2008). Southwest Regional Meeting Facilitator.  Presented at the 25th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, March 8 (Destin, FL).

  • Marson, S., Wei, G. & Rogers, J. (2007). Infant mortality in Robeson County. Presented at the Conference of American Indian Mothers, November 6 (Pembroke, NC).

  • Liese, H. Marson, S & Meacham M. G. (2007). Disability in the movies: What can social workers learn, Good and Bad? Presented at the 52nd Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, October 28 (San Francisco) .

  • Marson, S. & Locklear, C. (2007). Outcome and process evaluation using Goal Attainment Scaling.  Presented at the Healthy Start Grantee Meeting. August 5, (Arlington, VA).

  • Marson, S. (2007). Ethics in social work practice. presented at the 8th annual Internship Supervisor Certificate Program and NASW – PA C.E.U. Workshops. April 20, Slippery Rock University (Cranberry, PA).

  • Marson, S. (2007). Teaching social work values and ethics: An international perspective. Keynote speech presented at the 8th annual Internship Supervisor Certificate Program and NASW – PA C.E.U. Workshops. April 20, Slippery Rock University (Cranberry, PA).

  • Marson, S. (2007). What do you say when a resident loses control? Presented at the 28th Annual Meeting of the Southern Gerontological Society, April 13. (Greensboro, NC).

  • Dran, D. & Marson, S. (2007). Dying: A Non-linear Perspective. Presented at the 28th Annual Meeting of the Southern Gerontological Society, April 13. (Greensboro, NC).

  • Marson, S. (2006). Measurement and time series analysis using Goal Attainment Scaling. Presented at the Robeson County Public Health Department (December 6)

  • Marson, S., Falk, D., Alpert, D. & Gebo, L. (2006).  Using Technology for the Instruction of Social and Economic Justice and Human Rights. Presented at the 24th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, October 26 (Los Angeles, C.A).

  • Marson, S. M., Wei, G. & Marson, B.M. (2006). A comparison between Blackboard and a face-to-face course. Presented at the 24rd Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, October 27 (Los Angeles, C.A).

  • Brady, C. Marson, S., Jones, M. Adams, V. & Vaughn, F. (2006). The power of planning: Promoting women’s health. Presented at the Southeastern Regional Conference for Healthy Start: The Circle of Power, April 24 (Tampa, FL).

  • Marson, S. M. & Dran, D. (2006). Goal Attainment Scaling. Presented at the 14th Annual Social Work Symposium, UNCP Chavis Center, March 31 (Pembroke, NC).

  • Marson, S. M. & Dran, D. (2006). Goal Attainment Scaling. Presented in-service training for the Robeson Health Care Corporation, UNCP Regional Center, February 24 (Pembroke, NC).

  • Marson, S. M., Faulk, D., Gebo, L. & Concilla, C., (2005). Using Technology for the Instruction of Social Work Values and Ethics. Presented at the 23rd Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, November 6 (Austin, TX).
  • Marson, S. M. (2005). Three Empirical Strategies for Teaching Statistics for BSW Students. East Carolina University, School of Social Work Colloquium, July 6, (Greenville, NC)
  • Marson, S. & Dovyak, P. (2005). Dual Relationships in Rural Social Work Practice. Presented at 30th Annual National Institute on Social Work and Human Services in Rural Area.  July 8 (Shepherdstown, WV).
  • Marson, S.& Lebeau, G. (2005). Scotland County Community Needs Assessment. Presented for the Aging Advisory Council Conference, May 23 (Laurinburg, NC).
  • Marson, S. & Dovyak, P. (2005). Ethics of dual relationships in rural social work. Presented at the 50th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, February 28 (New York).
  • Marson, S. & Clancy, C. (2004). Race and sex bias in the ASWB exams. Presented at the Association of Social Work Boards Annual Delegate Assembly Meeting, November 13 (Chantilly, VA).
  • Kuffman, B. (2004). My life as an item writer.  Presented at the item training workshop sponsored by the Association of Social Work Boards, June 23 (Chantilly, VA).
  • Marson, S. (2004). Three empirical strategies for teaching statistics to BSW students. Presented at the 22nd Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, November 6 (Detroit, MI).
  • Marson, S., Williams, C., Gebo, L. & Concilla, C. (2004). Using Technology for the Instruction of Research and Statistics. Presented at the 22nd Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, November 4 (Detroit, MI).
  • Marson, S. (2004). Conducted workshop for item training workshop sponsored by the Association of Social Work Boards, June 21-23 (Chantilly, VA).
  • Marson, S. (2004). Statistical Navigator (Artificial Intelligence) for the selection of Inferential Statistics. Presented at the 49th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, February 29 (Anaheim).
  •  Kauffman, B. & Marson, S. (2003). Construction of valid test items. Association of Social Work Boards Annual Meeting, November, 8 (Colorado Springs, CO).
  • Marson, S. & Faulk, D. (2003). Using Technology for the Instruction of Social Work Values and Ethics. Presented at the 20th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, October 31 (Reno, NV).
  • Marson, S., Concilla, C., Gebo, L & Williams, C.  (2003). Using Technology for the Instruction of Research and Statistics. Presented at the 21th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, October 31 (Reno, NV).
  • Kuffman, B. & Marson, S. (2003). My life as an item writer.  Presented at the item training workshop sponsored by the Association of Social Work Boards, June 28 (Chantilly, VA).
  • Marson, S. (2003). Conducted workshop for item training workshop sponsored by the Association of Social Work Boards, June 27-30 (Chantilly, VA).
  • Marson, B., Dickey, E. & Marson, S. (2003). Distance education and the paraprofessional: Library education online.  Presented at the American Library Association Conference, June 21 (Toronto, CA).
  • Finn, J. and Marson, S. (2003). Developing a field database and publishing it on the web.  Presented at the 48th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, February 27 (Atlanta).
  • Marson, S. M. and Finn, J. (2003). Pocket computers: A discussion of their use.  Presented at the 48th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, February 27 (Atlanta).
  • Kauffman, B. & Marson, S. (2002). Examination Committee Report. Association of Social Work Boards Annual Meeting, November 8 (Savannah. GA).
  • Edwards, S., Marson S., Berghoef, M., and Massimo, S. (2002). Developing and Surviving An Online Course. Presented at the 20th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, October 25 (Pittsburgh, PA).
  • Marson, S., Concilla, C., Gebo, L & Adkins, L.  (2002). Using Technology for the Instruction of Social Service Policies and Services. Presented at the 20th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, October 25 (Pittsburgh, PA).
  • Marson, S., Faulk, D. & Finn, J. (2002). Using Technology for the Instruction of Social Work Values and Ethics. Presented at the 20th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, October 25 (Pittsburgh, PA).
  • Marson, S. (2002). My life as an item writer.  Presented at the item training workshop sponsored by the Association of Social Work Boards, June 28 (Chantilly, VA).
  • Marson, S. (2002). Conducted workshop for item training workshop sponsored by the Association of Social Work Boards, June 27-30 (Chantilly, VA).
  • Finn, J. & Marson, S. (2002). A systems to database and web page development for field instruction management. Presented at the 50th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, February 24 (Nashville).
  • Marson, S., Finn, J. & Adkins (2002). A code of ethics for Internet technology: Teaching and practice. Presented at the 50th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, February 24 (Nashville).
  • Adkins, L., Vernon, R., Massimo, S., Williams, C. Marson, S., Berghoef, M., Scher, S. & Gohagan, D. (2001). Integrating technology in the curriculum: Placing your syllabus on a web page. Presented at the 19th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, November, 1 (Denver, Colorado).
  • Marson, S., Adkins, L. & Concilla, C. (2001). Integrating technology in the curriculum: Text-related software and web-based materials for social welfare policy instruction. Presented at the 19th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, November, 1 (Denver, Colorado).
  • Marson, S., Faulk, D. & Rizzo, D. (2001). ). Integrating technology in the curriculum: Social work values and ethics. Presented at the 19th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, November, 1 (Denver, Colorado).
  • Berghoef, M., Marson, S. & Adkins, L. (2001). Integrating technology in the curriculum: Using technology to enhance the social work curriculum.  Presented at the 19th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, November, 1 (Denver, Colorado).
  • Marson, S. (2001). Regional Meeting Facilitator (Region V) at the 19th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, November, 1 (Denver, Colorado).
  • Marson, S. (2001). Teaching policies with technology: Enhancing CSWE standards. Virginia Commonwealth University, School of Social Work Colloquium, Richmond, Virginia (April 17).
  • Gohagan, D. & Marson, S. (2001). Instructional technology: Tekkie tips. Forty-Seventh Annual Program Meeting,  CSWE, Dallas, Texas (March 9).
  • Marson, S. (2000). Multidisciplinary Programs: Constituency Meeting. Facilitator at the 17th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, October 19 (Disten, FL).
  • Langston, E.J., Guevara, J. & Marson, S. (2000). Keeping the Legacy: How to Keep the Legacy and Support New. Presented at the 18th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, October 18 (Disten, FL).
  • Adkins, L. F. & Marson, S.M. (2000). Curriculum Technology Program: Technology Committee Presentation Using Technology to Enhance the Social Work Curriculum. Presented at the 18th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, Disten, FL.
  • Falk, D., Marson, S.M., Finn, J. & Rizzo, D. (2000). Integrating Technology in the Curriculum: Social Work Values and Ethics. Presented at the 18th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, Disten, FL.
  • Marson, S.M. & Powell, M.R. (2000). Churners: A Focus Group Analysis of TANF Recidivism. Presented at the 25th Annual National Institute on Social and Human Services in Rural Areas, July 21 (Presque Isle, Maine).
  • Finn, J. & Marson, S. (2000). Information Technology and Field Instruction: Benefits for Small Rural Programs. Presented at the 25th Annual National Institute on Social and Human Services in Rural Areas, July 21 (Presque Isle, Maine).
  • Finn, J. & Marson, S. (2000). Information technology and field instruction: Managing information and providing it on the Web. Presented at the 45th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, March 5 (New York).
  • Finn, J. & Marson, S. (2000). Creating and using simple database --Beginners.  Presented at the 45th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, March 6 (New York).
  • Marson, S. M. (1999). Summer Salaries for BPD Directors and Field Coordinators: A Brief Study. [Completed for the Baccalaureate Program Directors] http://www.uncp.edu/home/marson/salary.html
  • Marson, S. (1999). The Development of a Minor in Applied Gerontology. A part of a panel discussion entitled: Infusing Content on Aging in BSW programs. Presented at the 16th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, November 4 (St. Louis, MI).
  • Finn, J. & Marson, S. (1999). Field and the Internet. Presented at the 16th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, November 4 (St. Louis, MI).
  • Marson, S., Williams, C. & Vanderhoof, D. (1999). Y2K: Will my computer crash on January 1, 2000? Presented at the 16th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference (St. Louis, MI).
  • Marson, S. (1999). The Development of a Minor in Applied Gerontology: A Short Report for Baccalaureate Program Directors. Presented at the 16th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference (St. Louis, MI).
  • Adkins, L.F., Cogswell, D., Lynch, D., Marson, S. Smith, M. Vernon, R. & Williams, C. (1999). Part I: Questions and Answers; Part II: Computer Lab Workshop. Presented at the 16th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, November 4 (St. Louis, MI).
  • Adkins, L.F., Cogswell, D., Gonzalez, J.E., Lynch, D., Marson, S., Smith, M.L., & Vernon, R. (1999). Novices: Introduction to Information Technology. Part I: Questions and Answers. Part II: Computer Lab Workshop. Presented at the 16th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, November 6 (St. Louis, MI).
  • Marson, S.M. & Powell, M.R. (1999). Resolving the Transportation Problem in a Rural Community: A Case Study of Robeson County's Solution to TANF. Presented at the 24th Annual National Institute on Social and Human Services in Rural Areas, July 17 (Salsbury, MD).
  •  DePoy, E. & Marson, S.M. (1999). Academic dishonesty. Research poster presented at the 3rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Work Research, January (Austin, TX).
  •  Marson, S., Finn, J., Rizzo D. M. & Gohagan, D. (1999). Internet ethics. Presented at the 45th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, March (San Francisco).
  •  Marson, S. M. (1998). Cheap access to the Internet. Presented at the 15th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, October 9 (Albuquerque, NM).
  •  Finn, J. & Marson, S.M. (1998). Using databases to manage field placements. Presented at the 15th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, October 9 (Albuquerque, NM).
  •  Marson, S.M. (1998). Major uses of the Internet for social workers: A report on a longitudinal study. Presented at the 2nd Annual Information Technologies for Social Work Education and Practice Conference, August 21 (Charleston, SC).
  •  Marson, S. M. (1998). Rural access to the Internet. Presented at the 23rd Annual National Institute on Social and Human Services in Rural Areas, July 17 (Chapel Hill, NC).
  •  Finn, J., Smith, M., Marson, S. Cogswel, D. (1998). Developing a network of coordinated social work web sites. Presented at the 44th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, March 5 (Orlando, FL).
  •  Marson, S.M., Rizzo, D. Smith, M. & Finn, J. (1997). Internet for computer illiterates: A hands-on experience.  Presented at the 14th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, November 1 (Philadelphia, PA).
  •  Williams, C. Vernon. R. Lynch, D. & Marson, S.M. (1997). Searching made simple: A student's guide to research on the Internet.  Presented at the 14th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, November 1 (Philadelphia, PA).
  •  Marson, S.M., Rizzo, D. Williams, C. & Smith, M. (1997). Internet for computer illiterates: Part I. Presented at the 14th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, October, 31 (Philadelphia, PA).
  •  Marson, S.M. (1997). Human sexuality in nursing homes.  Presented at the National Association of Social Workers Annual Meeting via cyberspace within the NASW chat room, October 5 (at Philadelphia, PA transmitted from Pembroke, NC).
  •  Marson, S.M. (1997). Internet access for rural institutions and social workers.  Presented at the Information Technologies for Social Work Education sponsored by the University of South Carolina, School of Social Work & CSWE, September, 9 (Charleston, SC).
  •  Marson, S.M. (1997).  Internet and computers usage for social work practice. Presented at the 5th Annual Social Work Symposium at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, March, 27 (Pembroke, NC).
  • Marson, S., & Yaffe, J. (1997, October 4). A Hands-on Live Chat on the Web! Presented at the annual conference, National Association of Social Workers, Baltimore, MD.
  •  Marson, S.M. (1996).  Internet for computer illiterates. Presented at the National Association of Social Workers Annual Meeting, November, 15 (Cleveland, OH).
  •  Finn, J., Gebo, L., Marson, S., Smith, M., & Williams, C. (1996) Networking and practice tools. Presented at the 13th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, October, 25.
  •  Finn, J., Marson, S., Smith, M., Vernon, B. & Williams, C. (1996) Research tools. Presented at the 13th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, October, 25.
  •  Marson, S. M. (1996). Confidential Report: Can Daniel Green (aka Lord D. As-Saddiq Al-Amin Sallam U’Allah) Receive A Fair Trial in Robeson County? Submitted to Angus Thompson, Public Defender of Robeson County, Lumberton, NC.
  •  Miller, D.B., Marson, S.M. & Elufiede, B. (1996). Are we who others think we are?  Misidentification and its aftermath.  Presented at the World Conference of Rural Sociology, July 22-26 (Bucharest, Rumania).
  •  Marson, S., Reid, P.N.,  & Oxendine, L. (1996).  Changes in the NASW Code of Ethics. Presented at the 4th Annual Social Work Symposium, March, 29 (Pembroke, NC).
  •  Finn, J., Marson, S., Smith, M. & Dilday, C. [Master Teachers] (1996). Faculty Development Institute: Social Work on the Superhighway: Internet Resources for Social Work Education and Practice. Presented at the 42th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, February 17.
  • Williams, C., Marson, S. & Vernon, R. (1995). Workshops and demonstrations of networking and social work education: Beginners Session I. Presented at the 12th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, October,28.
  • Hagen, B., Smith, M. & Marson, S. (1995). Workshops and demonstrations of networking and social work education: Beginners Session II. Presented at the 12th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, October,28.
  • Dilday, C., Finn, J., Smith, M. & Marson, S. (1995).  Workshops and demonstrations of networking and social work education: Intermediate Session. Presented at the 12th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, October, 28.
  • Marson, S. M. (1995). Nuts and Bolts: Setting Up a Computer System. Presented at the National Association of Social Workers Annual Meeting, October 12.

  •  Marson, S. M. (1995). Cheap E-mail.  Presented at the National Association of Social Workers Annual Meeting, October 1. Marson, S. M. (1995). Introduction to E-Mail Services. Presented at the 41st Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, March 3.

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  • Marson, S. M. (1995). CONFIDENTIAL REPORT: Can Joe Wesley Hunt Receive a Fair Trial in Robeson County. Submitted to Christopher Byerly, of Bown & Byerly and Angus Thompson, Public Defender of Robeson County, Lumberton, NC.

  • Marson, S. M. (1995). History of Internet technology and social work. in Vernon, R and Finn, J. (Eds). The Information Superhighway: A Driver's Manual for Social Work Education, Baccalaureate Program Directors.

  • Marson, S. M. (1995). Cheap e-mail: Getting out when trapped in a backwards institution. in Vernon, R and Finn, J. (Eds). The Information Superhighway: A Driver's Manual for Social Work Education, Baccalaureate Program Directors.

  • Marson, S. M. (1995). Major uses in social work: An overview. in Vernon, R and Finn, J.(Eds). The Information Superhighway: A Driver's Manual for Social Work Education, Baccalaureate Program Directors.

  • Marson, S. M. (1995). Ethics and confidentiality issues. in Vernon, R and Finn, J.(Eds). The Information Superhighway: A Driver's Manual for Social Work Education, Baccalaureate Program Directors.

  • Marson, S. [writer and co-producer], LePoutre, D. & Smith, M.(1994). Cheap E-Mail: The Movie. Presented at the 12th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, November, 12.  Copyright owned by Rochester Institute of Technology.

  • Marson, S. M. (1994). Cheap E-Mail: The Paper.  Presented at the 12th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, November, 12.

  • Marson, S. (1994). Application of Statistical Navigator (Idea Works, Inc.). in Developing Social Work Education Materials.  Presented at the 40th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, March 6.
  • Miller, D. B., Marson, S.M. & Elufiede, B. (1993). Mistaken Identity and Its Consequences. Presented at the Mid-South Sociological Association, October 28.
  • Chaiklin, H., Cogswell, D.,  Marson, S.M. & Vernon, R. (1993). Electronic Communication for Social Work Education: A Demonstration. Presented at 11th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, October 14.
  • Marson, S., Smith, M.L., DeAngelis, D, & Josem, M.A. (1993). The ACBSW: What Good Is It Anyway? Presented at 11th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, October 16.
  • Marson, S. M. (1992). Elder Abuse: Who and Why.  Presented at Veterans Hospital, Fayetteville, NC; October 27.
  • Marson, S. M. (1992). A CONFIDENTIAL REPORT: An investigation of a change of venue motion in the William Earl McNatt charges.  Submitted to Robert E. Price, Attorney and Counselor at Law; July, 23.
  • Marson, S. M. (1992). A glossary for e-mail.  Electronic Mail and Social Work Education: Use of Emerging Technologies.  Presented at 10th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, September 22.
  • Marson, S. M. (1992). A bibliography for e-mail and networking. Electronic Mail and Social Work Education: Use of Emerging Technologies. Presented at 10th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, September 22.
  • Marson, S. M. & Dovyak, P. (1991). Baccalaureate program advisory boards: What do they do?  Presented at the 9th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference, September 28.
  • Marson, S. M. (1991). Elder Abuse -- Who and How.  Presented at the Let's Stop the Hurting Elder Abuse Conference, sponsored by Lumber River Council of Govern-ments; Lumberton, NC, September, 17.
  • Marson, S. M. & Hedgpeth, W. (1991). A CONFIDENTIAL REPORT: An investigation of a change of venue motion in the Harold Godwin changes. Submitted to Robert E. Price, Attorney and Counselor at Law; April, 23.
  • Marson, S. M. (1990). A CONFIDENTIAL REPORT: A Manson Evaluation for Unemployment Benefits.  Submitted to Sally H. Scherer, Attorney at Law (Raleigh, NC).; April, 8.
  • Marson, S. M. (1989). A CONFIDENTIAL REPORT: The probability of a change of venue motion in the Daniel McKinnon charges.  Submitted to Robert E. Price, Attorney and Counselor at Law; March, 30.
  • Marson, S. M. (1988). A proposal for a change of venue motion in the Daniel McKinnon charges. Submitted to Robeson County Superior Court; October 23.
  • Marson, S. M. (1988). The murder of Julian Pierce: Can Sandy Jordan Chavis receive a fair trial?  Submitted to Evander M. Britt, III Attorney at Law; used by Wade E. Byrd (Fayetteville). & Ramsey Clark (New York). for the successful change of venue motion; August, 13.
  • Marson, S. M. (1987). Sexual behavior of residents in domiciliary homes.  Presentation for Domiciliary Homes Care Providers, Robeson County Community College; April, 23.
  • Marson, S. M. (1986). Human sexuality and elderly, Part II. Presented at the North Carolina Adult Foster Care Association 5th annual meeting in Winston-Salem; August, 14.
  • Marson, S. M. (1986). AIDS: How to make a bad thing worse or the geopolitical implications of AIDS. Presented at the 5th annual workshop sponsored by NC-NASW (Eastern District). & UNC-CH Social Work Student Organization, in Chapel Hill; February, 22.
  • Marson, S. M. (1985). Human sexuality and aging: Problems and solutions. Presented at the Adult Protective Services Support Group for Scotland County DSS in Laurinburg, NC, May 15; Also presented at the North Carolina Adult Foster Care Association annual meeting in Burlington, NC; August, 8.
  • Atkinson, M., Marson, S.M. & Miller, B. (1982). Images of fathers in popular magazines (1900-1979). Presented at the Popular Culture Association in the South, October, 1 (Atlanta, GA).
  • Marson, S. M. (1979). Ethical considerations in sex therapy. Presented at the Human Growth Series sponsored by the Robeson County Mental health Center in Lumber-ton, NC; October, 18.
  • Miller, D., Marson, S. & DeCoursey, J. (1978). The relationship between romantic love and violence of college students.  Presented at the Mid-South Sociological Association; November, 2.
NON-REFEREED BOOK REVIEWS ONLINE
 
MONOGRAPHS -- NON-REFEREED
  •  Hawthorne, Greta. & Marson, S.M. (1994). The Field Experience Handbook Pembroke, North Carolina: Pembroke State University [14th (1994).revised edition].
  •  Marson, S. M. & Tatum, S. (1994).  Volunteer Manual. Elizabethtown, NC: Elizabethtown Nursing Center.
  •  Marson, S. M. (1991). An Annotated Bibliography on Elder Abuse and Neglect. Lumber River Council of Governments, Lumberton, North Carolina.
  •  Marson, S. M. & Waites, C.E. (1991). The Field Experience Handbook Pembroke, North Carolina: Pembroke State University [7th, 8th, 10th - 13th(1993)  revised edition].
  •  Branch, D., Herndon, S.  & Marson, S. M. (1988).  A Manual for Volunteers. Lumberton, NC: Wesley Pines Retirement Cen-ter.
  •  Marson, S. M., Waites, C.E. & Robinson, H. (1988). The Field Experience Handbook. Pembroke, North Carolina: Pembroke State University (9th revised edition).
  •  Brown, R.N., Hodges, E. & Marson. S.M. (1988). The Volunteer Handbook. Lumberton, NC: North Carolina Cancer Institute.
  •  Marson, S. M. (1985). The Field Experience Handbook. Pembroke, North Carolina: Pembroke State University (1st [(1979).], 2nd, 3rd, 5th &6th revised editions).
  •  Oxendine, F. & S. M. Marson (1984). Social Service Volunteer Handbook. Lumberton, North Carolina: Kingsdale Manor/Beverly Enterprises.
  •  Marson, S. M. & Garner, D. (1983). The Field Experience Handbook. Pembroke, North Carolina: Pembroke State University (4th revised edition).
INTERNET
SELF-STUDIES
  • December,  (2001): A Reply for the Council on Social Work Education.
  • July, (2001); "Self-Study" Volumes I, II & III for the Council on Social Work Education with Sherry Edwards, Angela Todd and Frederick H. Stephens.
  • Spring, (1999); "University Outcomes" submitted to the Southern Association of Schools and Colleges with Outcome Study Committee.
  • March, (1996); "A Reply to the Interim Report" submitted to the Council on Social Work Education with Frederick Stephens.
  • April, (1995): "An Interim Report" submitted to the Council on Social Work Education.
  • February, (1995): "Social Work Theory at Pembroke State University" submitted to the North Department of Public Instruction [School Social Work]
  • June, (1994): A Reply for the Council on Social Work Education.
  • August, (1993): "Self-Study" Volumes I & II for the Council on Social Work Education with Cheryl Waites and Frederick H. Stephens.
  • June, (1992): "An Interim Report on Student Outcomes" submitted to the Council on Social Work Education.
  • June, (1991): "Self-Study Reply Report" for the Council on Social Work Education
  • March, (1991): "School social work," in "Institutional Self-Study of Teacher Education Programs" for the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction
  • December, (1989): "Reply for the Site Visitation Team Report" for the Council on Social Work Education.
  • May, (1989): "Self Study Reply Report" for the Council on Social Work Education with Cheryl Waites.
  • March, (1989): "The Social Work Program" part of a Departmental Report for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, with Cheryl Waites and Helen Robinson.
  • March, (1989): "Campus/Community Advisory Boards" part of a University report for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
  • December, (1988):  "Self-Study" Volumes I & II for the Council on Social Work Education with Cheryl Waites and Helen Robinson.
  • May, (1987): "Candidacy Status Reply Report" for the Council on Social Work Education.
  • March, (1987): "School social work," in "Institutional Self-Study of Teacher Education Programs" for the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.
  • June, (1986): "Application for Candidacy Status for the Council on Social Work Education," with Cheryl Waites.
  • March, (1983): "Request for authorization to establish a new degree program" for The University of North Carolina with Eleanor Blakely.
  • June, (1978): "Teaching and evaluation of faculty," for the Sociology Department report for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
EDITORIAL
HONORS
  • Dial Community Service Award, 2011-12.
  • CambridgeWho’s Who, 2009 – present.
  • UNCP Teaching Award (Committee Review), 2006-07.
  • Governor's Appointment to the Social Services Commission, 2007
  • Social Worker of the Year, North Carolina Chapter of National Association of Social Workers, 2005.
  • International Biographical Centre, Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st Century, 2005.
  • Madison's Who's Who, 2006.
  • Marquis's Who's Who in Education, 2006.
  • Champion for Children: Mooseheart, July, 2003.
  • Special Recognition Award: UNC-Pembroke, May 9, 2003
  • Certificate of Appreciation: Red Cross, April 14, 2003 (30 units of blood).
  • Appreciation for Outstanding Service, Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Directors, 2002.
  • Jefferson Cup, Appreciation for Service, American Association of State Boards of Social Work, 2002.
  • Strathmore's Who's Who, 2003-2004 Edition
  • Gale Group, Directory of American Scholars, 2003; 11th Edition.
  • Marquis's Who's Who in America, 1994-present.
  • Marquis's Who's Who Among  America’s Teachers, 2002, 7th Edition.
  • Certificate of Appreciation: Red Cross, July 16, 2001 (3 gallons of blood).
  • Phi Alpha Honor Society in Social Work, July, 2000.
  • Adolf Dial Creative Work & Scholarship Award, 2000-2001.
  • Lexinton's Who's Who. 2000/2001.
  • Certificate of Appreciation: Influencing State Policy, August 10, 1999.
  •  Plaque of Recognition for Vice President of NC-NASW, 1999.
  •  Certificate of Appreciation: UNCP's Campus Association of Social Work,    1998.
  •  Outstanding Young Men of America, Nominating Committee, 1997-
  •  National Association of Social Workers, Certificate of Appreciation,1997.
  •  Outstanding Young Women of America, Nominating Committee, 1997-
  •  Certificate of Appreciation: UNCP's Campus Association of Social Work, 1997.
  •  Marquis' Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare, 1997-.
  •  International Who's Who of Professionals, 1995.
  • Mediation Certificate, 1995.
  • National Issues Forum Certificate, 1994.
  •  National Association of Social Workers, Certificate of Appreciation, 1993, 1994.
  •  Honorary: Academy of Certified Baccalaureate Social Workers, 1993.
  •  Marquis' Who's Who of Emerging Leaders in America, 1993-1994.
  •  Rural Advancement Justice Project; Outstanding Volunteer, 1984-1989.
  •  Marquis' Who's Who in the South and Southwest, 1990-96
  •  Outstanding Young Men In America, 1990.
  •  Who's Who among Human Service Professionals, 1986, 1988, 1991.
  •  National Academic Honor & Professional Society in Gerontology,1986.
  •  Red Cross Certificate for volunteer work;  March 28, 1984, TornadoNC).
  •  Honor Society of Agriculture, 1983.
  •  International Sociology Honor Society, 1982.
  •  Co-Director, Sociology Graduate Student Association, 1981-2.
  •  University of North Carolina, Doctoral Study Program, 1981-2.
  •  Outstanding Young Man in America, 1979.
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
  •  Academy of Certified Social Workers, 1978-present.
  •  American Sociological Association, 1991-1992.
  •  Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors, 1986-present.
  •  Certified Master Social Worker; North Carolina, 1986-present.
  •  Council on Social Work Education, 1986-2010.
  •  National Association of Social Workers, 1976-present.
  •  National Committee Gerontology in Social Work Education, 1993-present.
  •  National Organization of Forensic Social Work, 1999-2001.
  •  Rural Social Work Caucus, 1986-present.
  •  Sex Information and Education Council of the U.S., 1994-present.
  •  Society for the Scientific Study of Sex, 1975-93.
  •  Sociology Graduate Student Association, NCSU, 1981-1991.
  •  Society of Social Work and Research, 1994-1998.
  •  Southern Gerontology Society, 1998-present.
RESEARCH IN PROGRESS
  • Evaluating Your Practice 2nd Edition with Wayne Evens
  • Measuring Suicide Potential among the Elderly
  • Monitoring Designs and z-scores
  • The Dark Side of Being Pretty
OTHER MATERIAL
  •  Researcher for the University of California--San Francisco; AIDS in London Project; Summer, 1985.
  •  Acting Chairperson, Department of Sociology, Social Work & Criminal Justice, Summers of 1983, 84, 95.
  •  Researcher for Robeson County District Attorney, Joe Freeman Britt; Spring, 1982.

BIOGRAPHICAL
 Age: 62; Marital Status: Married; Health: Excellent

 
  
March 18, 2014