Dr. Marc Felizzi
Office: McComsey 229
Degrees(s) Earned: BA Communications (Glassboro State College, 1978); MSW (Delaware State University, 1995); PhD Social Work (Widener University, 2011)
Current Teaching Responsibilities (course numbers and titles):
SOWK 301: Social Work Practice I
SOWK 520: Micro/Mezzo Practice
SOWK 620: Advanced Micro/Mezzo Practice
SOWK 313; Family Violence
SOWK 607/EMGT 607: Emergency Mental Health & Trauma (in the Center for Disaster Research and Education Master’s Program
Teaching Responsibilities for Proposed Program:
SOWK/SWK 704: Social Work Teacher/Scholar I
SOWK/SWK 705: Social Work Teacher/Scholar II
SOWK/SWK 720: Leadership/Teaching Praxis I
SOWK/SWK 721: Leadership/Teaching Praxis II
SOWK/SWK 776: Doctoral Dissertation I
SOWK/SWK 777: Doctoral Dissertation II
Scholarship Related to the Proposed Program:
Felizzi, M. Emotional Abuse and the Relationship to Juvenile Sex Offending.
Advanced Generalist Social Work Journal, accepted for publication
Felizzi, M. Family Instability and the Relationship to Juvenile Sex Offender Status.
Journal of Family Violence, submitted for review August, 2014.
Felizzi, M. A Review of The Politics of Engagement and Disengagement. (Book
review). Journal of Community Engagement, August, 2014.
Additional Responsibilities Related to the Proposed Program:
Serve on dissertation committees
Other Information Relevant to the Proposed Program:
Served as Honors Thesis Advisor