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
Book Chapters -- Refereed
Book Review -- Non-Refereed 
Book Reviews -- Refereed
Citations
Committees & Boards (State & Local)
Committees & Boards (National)
Editorial
Education
Experience Highlights
Grants
Honors
Internet
Interviews
Monographs -- Non-Refereed
Monographs -- Refereed
Other Material
Papers & Presentations
Professional Affiliations
Professional Objective
Publications -- Refereed 
Research In Progress
Self-Studies
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:

2003 - 2009
   Professor of Social Work, University of North Carolina at Pembroke

   Undergraduate courses taught:

   Graduate courses experience:

  • 2013 - 2015
       Co-Director of the Public Policy Institute (Kettering Foundation)
    1989 - 2015 
       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 ofThe Journal of Forensic Social Work,2007 - present

    Editorial Board of The Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics, 2001 - present

    Association of Social Work Boards

    National Association of Social Workers

    Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors

    Council on Social Work Education

    Editorial Board of The Journal of Law and Social Work

    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

    Robeson County End of Life Coalition, 2008 - present

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

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

    Robeson County Welfare Planning Board, Member, 1997-present

    Jordan Institute on Families; Technical Advisory Board, 1997-2012

    North Carolina NASW Chapter

    Southeastern Regional Medical Center; Robeson County, NC

    Board of Directors, Rural Advancement Fund Justice Project; Robeson County, NC

    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 Psychol
    ogy
    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

    Grants

    Interviews

    Citations (in order of discovery)

    Scholarly Book Reviews

    Papers & Presentations -- Non-refereed

    NON-REFEREED BOOK REVIEWS ONLINE

    Monographs -- Non-refereed

    Internet

    Self-studies

    Editorial

    Honors

    Professional Affiliations

    Research in Progress

    Other Material

    Biographical

    Age: 63; Marital Status: Married; Health: Excellent

    October 29, 2014