Department of Social Work and Human Services


Irene McClatchey

Irene McClatchey, PhD, LCSW Assistant Professor

Phone: 678.797.2026

Fax: 770.794.7559

Office: Prillaman Hall Room 3317

imcclatc@kennesaw.edu

 


 

For complete CV, please click on a link: ( Word / PDF )

 

Education

 

 

Ph. D

Social Work

University of Georgia

2006

 

 

Master of Social Work

Universtiy of Georgia

1989

 

 

Filosofie Kandidat

Lund University, Lund, Sweden

1976

    Licensed Clinical Social Worker Georgia 1992 to present
    Certified Case Manager   1995-2003

 

Professional Experience

 

 

2010-Present

Kennesaw State Universtiy

Department of Social Work and Human Services

Assistant Professor

 

2009-2010

Kennesaw State University
Department of Social Work and Human Services

Temporary Assistant Professor

  2008-2009

University of Georgia

School of Social Work

Temporary Assistant Professor

  2007-2008

University of Georgia

School of Social Work

Adjunct Professor

 

Membershiop in Professional Organizations

 

National Association of Social Workers (NASW), Member
Council of Social Work Education (CSWE), Member
Georgia Society for Clinical Oncology Social Work (now Social Worker Oncology Group – SWOG)

  • Co-founder 1997
  • President 1997 – 1998
  • Past President 1998 – 1999
  • Secretary 1999 – 2000
  • Treasurer 2000 – 2001
Board member 2001

 

 

Honors, Awards, and Fellowships

 

 

    • Professor of the Year (2009-2010). Kennesaw State University Master of Social Work Program, Kennesaw, Georgia
    • Teaching Assistant of the Year (2005-2006).  University of Georgia School of Social Work, Athens, Georgia.
    • Dissertation Award (2008). Selected as the University of Georgia’s nominee for the Council of Graduate Schools/UMI 2008 Distinguished Dissertation Award Competition in the field of Social Sciences.
    • Edie Klein Award for Program Excellence (2007). Given to Camp MAGIK in recognition of existing programs of an exceptional nature occurring at a camp in the Southeast, evaluated on criteria such as uniqueness, creativity, and imaginative planning, relevance to the needs of participants and the ability of the program to meet its stated objectives.

 

 

Teaching Responsibilities

 

 

COURSES TAUGHT
Course Taught at Kennesaw State University:

  • HS 3324/SW 7900: Death, Dying, and Bereavement – 3 hour crossover class.
  • HS 3540: Grant Writing and Fundraising – 3 hour undergraduate class.
  • HS 2233: Human Services Overview – 3 hour undergraduate class.
  • HS 3375: Program Development and Evaluation – 3 hour undergraduate class.
  • HS 4900: Fundamentals of Nonprofits – 3 hours undergraduate class.
  • HS 3320: Groups – 3 hours undergraduate class.
  • HS 3560: Leadership in Non-Profits – 3 hour undergraduate class.
  • SW 8813: Family Therapy – 3 hour graduate class.
  • SW 7701: Direct Practice – 3 hour graduate class.

 

 

For complete CV, please click on a link: ( Word / PDF )