Allethia Allen, PhD, Education, Walden University, Assistant Professor Emeritus. Policy, administration, social welfare practice and issues affecting minority population.
Nancy Amidei, MSW, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Senior Lecturer Emeritus.
William C. Berleman, MSW, Associate Professor Emeritus.
Lynn Carrigan, MSW, University of Washington, Lecturer Emeritus.
Ronald B. Dear, DSW, Columbia University. Associate Professor Emeritus. Social welfare policy and services, poverty, unemployment and legislative advocacy.
James DeLong, MSW, University of Washington, Lecturer Emeritus.
Jack Ellis, MSW, Associate Professor Emeritus.
Pauline Erera, PhD. Cornell University, MSW, University of Haifa, Israel. Associate Professor Emeritus. Strengths of diverse families and their unique contribution to vibrant communities.
Lewayne Gilchrist, PhD, Professor Emeritus. Adolescence, drug abuse prevention, women's issues, and mental health services for adults and children.
Mary Gillmore, PhD, University of Washington, Professor Emeritus
James Herrick,, DSW, Associate Professor Emeritus. Research and practice effectiveness, social policy and planning, and social work and the justice system.
Anthony Ishisaka, MSW, Associate Professor Emeritus. Child and family welfare, human development, mental health and services to refugee communities.
Jerry Kelley, AM, Associate Professor Emeritus.
John F. Longres, PhD, University of Michicgan. Professor Emeritus. Race and ethnicity, , troubled and delinquent adolescents, and human behavior.
Diane Morrison, PhD, University of Washington, Professor Emeritus. Sexuality, attitude-behavior relationship, and health-related decision making.
Cheryl A. Richey, DSW, University of California, Berkeley. Professor Emeritus. Gender issues, social skills training, and cognitive-behavioral treatment approaches.
Roger Roffman, DSW, University of California, Berkeley. Professor Emeritus. Alcohol and substance abuse prevention, HIV/AIDS prevention, and research and practice methods.
E.C. Teather, MSW, Associate Professor Emeritus. Child and family welfare, inter-professional collaboration and social work in public schools.
Dorothy van Soest, DSW, Catholic University, Professor and Dean Emeritus. Violence prevention, the global crisis of violence, cultural diversity and social justice issues.
Richard A. Weatherley, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Professor Emeritus. Political economy, and social welfare policy development, analysis and implementation.
Elizabeth Wells, PhD, University of Washington, Research Professor Emeritus. Treatment of substance abuse disorders; prevention of HIV and other diseases transmitted sexually or through drug use, and implementation of evidence-based practices in community treatment.
James K. Whittaker, PhD, University of Minnesota, Charles O. Cressey Endowed Professor Emeritus. Integrating evidence-based practices into contemporary child and family services including residential treatment; therapeutic foster care and intensive community and family-centered treatment alternatives; child welfare history and policy; cross-national comparisons of child and family policy and services, and social networks and social support.