Robin Hernandez-Mckonnen, PhD, MSW
Associate Professor of Social Work, Stockton University
PUBH 5050 -Public Health Policy
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I am faculty of the Child Welfare Education Institute at Stockton University and tally over 25 years of child welfare experience including research and policy. My areas of focus are child welfare, system reform, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), and the intersection of child welfare and immigration, with an emphasis on interdisciplinary collaboration. My primary teaching includes Social Welfare Policy, Research Methods, Trauma Informed Child Welfare Practice, The Social Construction of Child Maltreatment, and Child Migration and Immigration, an international course with study in Guatemala. I am on the Advisory Boards of Pueblos Unidos of Atlantic City, The Center on Immigration and Child Welfare, and the United Philly Soccer Club. I earned my undergraduate degree in Anthropology at the University of Wisconsin- Madison and completed my graduate and doctoral degrees in Social Welfare at the University of Pennsylvania.