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Sandra Chipungu, Ph.D.

Dr. Sandra Stukes Chipungu has worked as a researcher, evaluator, administrator, consultant, and professor in the areas of child welfare, African American families, substance abuse prevention and human services programs.  She is co-editor of a forthcoming book entitled Child Welfare Revisited:  An Africentric Perspective by Rutgers University Press.  She received her Ph.D. from The University of Michigan in Social Work and Sociology.  She received her M.A. in sociology and her MSW with a specialization in Social Policy and Administration at Michigan also.  Her A.B. degree is from Morgan State University in Sociology and Anthropology.  Dr. Chipungu has made numerous contributions to the profession, including serving on Expert Federal panels on child welfare, foster care and kinship care.  She has conducted research on kinship care, and evaluations of national demonstration programs on substance abuse prevention among high-risk youth and pregnant and postpartum women.  Dr. Chipungu serves as a reviewer for the Child Welfare Journal and is currently teaching Organization Theory in the doctoral program and family and child welfare, social policy, and management in the Masters program. 


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