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Saundra Ealy

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Saundra Ealy
Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of Field Education


Temple University, B.S.W
University of Michigan, M.S.W

ASU at the West Campus
Social Work
P.O. Box 37100
Phoenix, AZ 85069-7100

Contact Information
Office: FAB S170
Phone: 602-543-6663
Email: saundra.ealy@asu.edu

Professor Saundra Ealy is a lecturer and the Director of Field Education. She joined the Department of Social Work in June 2001. She has worked as a school social worker for a large Phoenix school district. As the coordinator of district social services she worked to define and expand the social work role in K12 education. Professor Ealy also has years of experience working in large urban hospitals as a medical social worker in Philadelphia, Detroit and Tucson where her concentration area was women and childrens health. Along with her counterpart at the Tempe Campus Professor Ealy chairs the ASU Field Advisory Consortium.

Courses taught:

  • SWG 691 Substance Abuse

  • SWU 394 Substance Abuse

  • SWU 301 Human Behavior I

  • SWU 412 Field Instruction

  • SWU 402 Human Behavior II

  • SWU 411 Social Work Practice III

  • SWU 291 Social Services Delivery System

  • SWG 610 Advanced Social Work Practice III

  • SWG 543 Professional Experience - Field Seminar

  • SWG 646 Coordination and Oversight For All Field Placements

  • SWU 474 Ethnic and Cultural Variables in Social Work Practice

Research Interests:

  • National Association of Social Workers Arizona Chapter. Professional Development Committee

  • National Association of Social Workers Arizona Chapter. Chair of Committee for Nominations and Leadership Identification.

Professional Affiliations

  • Baccalaureate Program Directors

  • Council on Social Work Education

  • National Association of Social Workers

  • National Association of Black Social Workers

Specializations

  • Substance Abuse

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