Power Outage

Power is coming back to much of campus, however, Internet and Outlook service is spotty.  Classes are being held at professors' discretion.    PPL and Millersville University are working on the problem. Dining services reports Upper Deck has Continental style meals and North Side Bistro and Cove have full service. Marauder Express has breakfast sandwiches outside Gordinier.

Assistant Professor

Dr. Marc Felizzi

Dr. Marc Felizzi

Assistant Professor
Office: McComsey 229
Phone: 717.872.3682
Fax: 717.872.3959

Additional Information

Dr. Marc V. Felizzi (At MU since 2011) B.A., Glassboro State College, 1978; M.S.W., Delaware State University, 1995; Ph.D., Widener University, 2010.

Interest Areas: practice, policy, human behavior, trauma.

Major Teaching Areas: Social Work Practice, Micro/Mezzo SOWK Practice

Biographical Information

Dr. Marc Felizzi has spent the last 20 years working with and researching children, adolescents and their families. He has examined the effects of family violence, juvenile violence, and the consequences of family instability on youth. Dr. Felizzi has written extensively on these topics, and his findings and opinions have appeared in local and national publications, and he has been interviewed on a number of national radio and television regarding juvenile violence. Dr. Felizzi is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Social Work at Millersville University, where he teaches Social Work Research and Practice. In addition, he has a thriving clinical practice in Wilmington, Delaware where he works with children, adolescents and their families.