Professor Nancy Udolph

Professor Nancy Udolph

Associate Professor of Social Work
Field Director of Social Work
Building: 
Dwight Schar College of Education
Office Number: 
248
Phone: 
419.289.5372

Bio

  • Joined Ashland University faculty in 1988 and serves as Field Director and Associate Professor of Social Work specializing in micro-practice courses and international social work
  • Prior to teaching, she was a clinical social worker in the mental health field and still maintains a small counseling practice
  • Has spoken at state, national and international conferences on a variety of topics including cultural competence, working with indigenous populations and the social construction of difference
  • Certified Accreditation Site Visitor, Council on Social Work Education  
  • Active member of the National Association of Social Workers, the Council on Social Work Education and the Association of Baccalaureate Program Directors
  • Active in the community, serving on the Mental Health and Recovery Board of Ashland County, and the Rape Crisis/Domestic Violence Task Force
  • Received the Ohio NASW Region VIII Outstanding Service Award in 2008 and the Panhellenic Council Faculty Member of the Year Award in 2009

Education

University of Wisconsin-Madison, MSSW
University of Illinois, B.A. in Psychology

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Events

Oct
22
Dr. Thomas Reed (clarinet) joins forces with Maestro Arie Lipsky...Read more
Oct
23
A seminar titled “Addressing our Community’s Crisis: Educational and Health...Read more
Oct
23
Ashland University’s Department of Foreign Languages will hold a Tournées...Read more
Oct
24
Ashland University’s Department of Foreign Languages will hold a Tournées...Read more
Oct
24
A public lecture titled “Lead Poisoning: An Invisible Threat to...Read more