Faculty Affiliate, Center for Law and Global Affairs
David Androff earned his MSW and PhD from the University of California at Berkeley, School of Social Welfare. His research encompasses human rights, international social work, and community practice. In 2011 Dr. Androff was the recipient of the Emerging Scholar Award from the Association of Community Organization and Social Administration. In 2010 Dr. Androff was invited to deliver the Homecoming Lecture at McGill University, School of Social Work. Dr. Androff currently serves on the Council of Social Work Education's Council for External Relations.
University Center 849
SWG 682 Community Participation Strategies
SWG 591 International Social Work
SWG 585 Macro Social Work Practice
Androff, D. (2012). Narrative healing among victims of violence: The impact of the Greensboro Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Families in Society, 93(1), 10-16.
Androff, D. (2011). The problem of contemporary slavery: An international human rights challenge for social work. International Social Work, 54(2), 209-222.
Androff, D., Ayón, C., Becerra, D., Gurrola, M., Salas, L., Krysik, J., Gerdes, K., & Segal, E. (2011). US immigration policy and immigrant children's well-being: The impact of policy shifts. Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare, 38(1), 77-98.
Androff, D. (2010). ‘To not hate’: Reconciliation among victims of violence and participants of the Greensboro Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Contemporary Justice Review, 13(3), 269-285.
Androff, D. (2010). Truth and Reconciliation Commissions (TRCs): An international human rights intervention and its connection to social work. British Journal of Social Work, 40(6), 1960-1977.