Dr. Dawn Thurman, LCSW-C

Dawn Thurman
Title: 
Assistant Professor, BSW Department
Office Location: 
Historic Jenkins School of Behavioral Sciences, 334A
Phone: 
443-885-3538
Email: 
dawn.thurman@morgan.edu
Education:

PhD, Howard University School of Social Work
MSW, Howard University School of Social Work
BA, Canisius College

Education:

PhD, Howard University School of Social Work
MSW, Howard University School of Social Work
BA, Canisius College


Curriculum Vitae


Biographical Sketch


Professional/Research Interests

  • School Social Work; Child and Adolescent Psychopathology; Clinical Social Work; and Black Families

Recent Publications

Burley, J. & Thurman, D., (2019) Faith, Family, and Friendship: Experiences of African American Women living in the Margins. Social Work and Christianity, 46(1), 8-19.

Thurman, D. (2018). Psychosocial Correlates of Depressive Symptoms Among Preadolescent African-American Youth. Urban Social Work, 2(1), 48-65. doi:10.1891/2474-8684.2.1.48.

Estreet, A., Thurman, D., Goodman, S., Tirmazi, M., Carter, T., & Nebbitt, V. (2018) Examining the role of parental factors on depression among Urban African American youth living in public housing, Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, DOI:10.1080/10911359.2018.1430647

Tirmazi, M.T., Nebbitt, V.E., Sydnor, K., Thurman, D. (2015). Research with Urban African American Adolescents and Emerging Adults: Implications for Quasi - Community Based Participatory Research and Community Action Research. In Social Work Practice with African Americans in Urban Environments, WellsWilbon, R. & McPhatter, A. (EDs). New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company.


Current Courses