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1 School of Human Services Excellence in Education, Connection to the Community

2 dramatic growth Lindenwood University has experienced dramatic enrollment growth over the past two decades from 3,500 students in 1989 to just over 17,000 currently. The School of Human Services has played a critical role in that growth. However, the institution s growth isn t measured just in student population; it is evident in Lindenwood s reach across the St. Louis region with numerous vibrant campus locations; it can be seen in an endowment that has climbed from $500,000 to more than $100 million; and it is undeniable in the job market, where 2,700 graduates annually become valuable employees in St. Louis, throughout the state, and all around the world. Lindenwood s teaching-focused faculty members are among the best in their respective fields. The University s growing alumni base is spread across the United States, and more than 15,000 live and work in the St. Louis region. Dr. James D. Evans President of Lindenwood University Lindenwood has come to stand for growth, value, and reinvestment in the St. Louis region, said James D. Evans, Ph.D., President of Lindenwood University. 2

3 School of Human Services FACULTY

4 excellent leadership The Lindenwood University School of Human Services is here to prepare you for a career in the helping professions. Be it protecting others through defense or public safety; assisting others in need or crisis, or becoming an effective leader in the nonprofit sector, we offer a major to educate you for the world. Our faculty members are experienced professionals who are also experienced educators. They offer not only college advising, but also career mentoring. They know their students by name. They bring their experience to the classroom. The Human Services faculty continues to be involved with students beyond graduation, helping them excel in their careers. We encourage our students to get involved. Our programs sponsor student organizations, community service projects, and internships that facilitate participation in the community and learning in the classroom. If you see yourself in a career with the satisfaction of helping others, consider our programs in the School of Human Services. We are committed to building the foundation of a better world for future generations through professional protection, compassion, devotion, and leadership. Dean Carla Mueller 4

5 Why the Lindenwood School of Human Services? A vibrant learning community connected to the helping professions Small, interactive classes taught by highly skilled educators with extensive experience in their fields Credit-receiving collaborations with fire, paramedic, and police academies Internships in social service, religious, and correctional agencies Active student organizations involved in service learning and community projects Recognition of service to our country through coursework in military science and ROTC An accredited social work program through the Council on Social Work Education Undergraduate Degrees B.A. Christian Ministry Studies B.A. Criminal Justice B.S. Fire and Paramedic Science B.A. Nonprofit Administration Graduate Degrees M.A. in Nonprofit Administration M.P.A. in Public Administration The undergraduate degree in criminal justice and the graduate degree in nonprofit administration can be completed either on-line or on-campus. B.S.W. Social Work Minors are available in all these programs in addition to military science and social welfare. 5

6 School of Human Services Faculty Committed to Excellence and Professionally Qualified The majority of Human Services faculty members are full-time professors who also serve as student academic and career advisors. Students consistently evaluate courses as educationally challenging and note the experience of the professor as enhancing the course content. Graduates continue to update faculty on their employability in their fields, readiness for graduate study, and the value of their Lindenwood education. Faculty members are dedicated to furthering knowledge through research. The School of Human Services faculty members share an enthusiasm for teaching, a passion for strengthening the community, and a desire to make a difference in our world. The personnel below represent a staff of 14 full-time professors employed within the school s Christian ministry studies, social work, nonprofit administration, and criminal justice programs. LUKE BOBO Christian Ministry studies Luke Bobo joined Lindenwood University in 2006 as an adjunct professor of Christian ministry studies and became a full-time assistant professor in Prior to joining the University, he directed the Francis Schaeffer Institute, the Youth in Ministry Institute, and the Field Education Division at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Mo. In addition to the master of divinity he earned at Covenant, Bobo also holds bachelor s and master s degrees in electrical engineering. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Missouri-St. Louis Educational Leadership & Policy Studies Division. Bobo has lectured and written on issues that encourage people to think critically about the community setting, including human cloning, stem cell research, technology, obesity, and race relations. He brings to the classroom more than 25 years of practical ministerial experience. DANA KLAR Social work Dana Klar joined Lindenwood University in 2008 as an assistant professor and the field education coordinator of social work in the School of Human Services. Prior to that, she served as director of the Center for American Indian Studies and as an adjunct faculty member at Washington University s George Warren Brown School of Social Work. As a licensed clinical social worker and attorney, Klar has 20 years of social work and legal experience in the field of children s advocacy, including divorce mediation, child protection, forensic interviewing, adoption and foster care training and assessment, and the provision of therapeutic services. Klar also has served as a director of the Missouri Association for Social Welfare and currently maintains affiliation with its St. Louis chapter. She is active with the St. Louis Restorative Justice Coalition and with her faith congregation s Community Action Committee. JULIE TURNER nonprofit administration Julie Turner is an assistant professor of nonprofit administration in the School of Human Services at Lindenwood. Dr. Turner holds a doctorate of philosophy in education from the University of Missouri-St. Louis and has nearly 20 years of experience in education and nonprofit leadership. She has served as a K-12 teacher and administrator and in leadership roles for organizations such as Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Greater St. Louis, Children s Advocacy Services of Greater St. Louis, Today and Tomorrow Educational Foundation, and Washington University in St. Louis. Turner also supports nonprofit organizations through volunteer efforts and consultative services in the areas of strategic planning, grant writing, and program evaluation. Her experience offers students a wealth of experiential and field-based learning opportunities. GENE OVERALL criminial justice Gene Overall an associate professor of criminal justice at Lindenwood University. He joined the faculty in 2006 after retiring as the Sheriff of St. Louis County, Mo. A lawyer by training, Overall completed his juris doctor at the St. Louis University School of Law and maintains his license to practice. Overall s previous professional work experience, in addition to the private practice of law, includes positions as the St. Louis County Circuit Clerk, executive assistant defender in the St. Louis County Office of the Public Defender, and as an employee of the Missouri State Board of Probation and Parole, where he served as an officer and later as a district supervisor. Overall is active in his church and regularly performs volunteer legal work for the St. Louis County Older Resident Program. 6

7 PERSONAL ATTENTION Personal Attention for Students Small, interactive classes provide Individual attention to each student Personalized consideration for students with special needs Close, long-term mentoring relationships between professors and students Participation in open and accepting environments Research-supported benefits of greater student achievement, higher grades, higher retention rates, and better overall student performance. Academic and career mentoring provides Student advisement through graduation Career information and guidance Programs tailored to individualized needs The discussion of graduate education and employment paths with students The commitment of professors to the academic success of students 7

8 Excellence in Education Experiencing a Diverse Community Within the Classroom A diverse university allows a student to see the world within the classroom. In the School of Human Services, education is enhanced when students learn about themselves by learning about others. Interactive classrooms encourage multiple cultural perspectives and create a safe community that values and respects the individual. Students benefit from hearing from those who have experiences quite different from their own. In the School of Human Services, students learn how to operate effectively in a diverse society. Each individual explores the richness of cultural diversity and the pursuit of common ground. With the changing demographics of American society, employers will expect cross-cultural competence. Exposure to cultural diversity enhances critical thinking abilities. Inclusion, involvement, and openness prepare students for leadership roles of the future. 8

9 Connection to the Community Giving Back Maya Angelou said, I ve learned that you shouldn t go through life with a catcher s mitt on both hands. You need to be able to throw something back. In human services, we throw back by giving to our community. Working side-by-side with other helping professionals, making a difference in the world, and bringing smiles to those in need are the rewards of community service. In the School of Human Services, we prepare students for careers through involvement. More than 10,000 hours of community service are provided annually by School of Human Services students and faculty in practicums and internships, class and community projects, student organizations, and volunteerism. Human Services students are organizing blood drives preparing the unemployed for job interviews writing grants for agencies that provide weddings for the terminally ill protecting abused and neglected children and the elderly working side-by-side with police officers, probation and parole officers, and court officers exploring faith during summer camps serving in the military 9

10 Alumni Support The School of Human Services remains connected to students well beyond graduation. The school s alumni give back by Volunteering as guest speakers in human services classrooms Becoming practicum and internship supervisors Offering career mentoring and advice Serving on our advisory councils Participating in the evaluation of programs to keep curriculum state-of-the-art Nonprofit Administration Bryon Haverstick graduated from Lindenwood University in 2005 with an undergraduate degree in nonprofit administration, after being honorably discharged from the United States Army in As an undergraduate, he volunteered for the Boys and Girls Club, delivered Meals on Wheels, and acted as advisor for the Alpha Phi Omega Co-ed Service Fraternity. He is enrolled in the online nonprofit administration graduate degree program. Haverstick is currently the district director for the Ozark Trails Council of the Boy Scouts of America in Joplin, Mo. Social Work Jeanette Mattingly earned an undergraduate degree in social work from Lindenwood University in She also holds an undergraduate degree in technical theater from the University. She received a graduate degree in social work St. Louis University in As a medical social worker at St. Louis Children s Hospital, Mattingly works with parents of newborns and critically ill infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers and the Social Work Advisory Council. Criminal Justice Jeremiah Webb earned an undergraduate degree in criminal justice with an emphasis in law enforcement from Lindenwood University in While attending Lindenwood, Jeremiah was active in the Criminal Justice Student Association, and he is a member of the American Criminal Justice Association (Lambda Alpha Epsilon). Currently, Jeremiah is employed as a police officer in St. Louis County, Mo. Christian Ministry Studies Maria Rolland graduated from Lindenwood University in 2008 with an undergraduate degree in Christian ministry studies with an emphasis in youth ministry. She was a member of Lindenwood University s Intervarsity chapter and began working at the Intervarsity Christian Fellowship following graduation. Currently, she is a children s minister at the St. Paul Evangelical Free Church in St. Louis, Mo. 10

11 Community Partnerships The School of Human Services values the wisdom and expertise of its community partners. The advisory council keeps the School focused on the environments in which its students will be employed. Community leaders provide input to ensure curriculum that is practical, meaningful, and accurate. The connection to the community provided by the council serves as a vital link to the school s commitment to excellence in education. Our community leaders offer our students the benefit of their expertise. Guest speakers come to campus to share their experiences in the field. Presentation topics have centered on internet crime, child abuse and neglect, and managing nonprofits. Our community partners also open their facilities for educational trips to prisons, domestic violence shelters, board meetings, and crime labs. Human services students actively participate in community service through class projects, internships, and fundraisers. 11

12 SCHOOL OF HUMAN SERVICES VISION AND MISSION The Lindenwood University School of Human Services is committed to: Providing a comprehensive curriculum through programs dedicated to the helping professions Connecting faculty and students in an engaging learning community Utilizing critical thinking skills and research to develop ethical professionals Assessing the effectiveness of instruction and integrating state-of-the-art best practices into classroom instruction Collaborating with the community to strengthen the link between theory and practice School of Human Services 209 S Kingshighway, Memorial Arts Building Saint Charles, MO lindenwood.edu/humanservices Values-centered liberal arts education preparing students for life

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