Mamadou Mansor Seck (Mamadou)
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 Title: Assistant Professor
 Dept: Social Work
 Office: CB 325
 Phone: 216-523-7513
 Fax: 216 687 5590
 Email: M.SECK@csuohio.edu
 Blog: http://chochodeux.blogspot.com
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. CB 325, Cleveland, OH 44115

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Research Keywords:
Juvenile Justice, Juvenile Delinquency Social work education, and curriculum.
 
Education:
Ph.D., Social Welfare, MSASS- CWRU, 2007
MSSA, Social Work, MSASS- CWRU, 1992
1st Certificate, Law, University C.A. Diop Dakar, 1986
State Diploma, Social Work, National School Of Social Work, 1982
 
Brief Bio:
Dr. Seck completed his master and doctoral work at the Mandel School of Applied Social Science at Case Western Reserve University.

As Youth Counselor, Dr. Seck worked with sex offenders referred to the Ohio Department of Youth Services, Cleveland Region, and as Social Worker at Kathryn Tyler Neighborhood Center where he supervised the Court Community Service program. He also worked at the  Cuyahoga County Metropolitan Housing in the Youth Violence Prevention Program. Dr Seck was an invited faculty member at the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland where he previously was on training in the Becoming a Better Intervener. As Head of the Undergraduate Department of the National School for Specialized Social Workers, he attended seminars on Management, Marketing and Human Resources at the Mandel Center For Non Profit Organization at Case Western Reserve University.  
His practice with juveniles, in close as well as open institutions, led him to recognize the need for an early identification of violent youth offenders who experience mental and behavioral disorders and who are involved with the juvenile justice system. He worked at the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Detention Center as Detention Officer.
 
Honors and Awards:
1- Michigan Center For Urban African American Aging Research (MCUAAAR)- Accepted among the 2012 attendees of the center's annual workshop at the University of Michigan,Ann Arbor campus. The center is a joint institution between the University of Michigan and Wayne State University.

2- Cleveland State Faculty Merit Recognition Award, AY 2011-2012; faculty award in recognition of achievement in student engagement.
 
Research Interests:
Research on Youth; delinquency prevention and treatment programs; youth mental health; mental health of the elderly; pedagogy, andragogy, and learning.
 
Teaching Areas:
Subject     catalog number            Description                           Term

                                     Spring 2013
SWK 623       section 480          Fundamentals of SWK Research II       Spring 2013
SWK 623       section  50          Fundamentals of SWK Research II       Spring 2013
SWK 150       section 501   African American in a Contemporary Society   Spring 2013

                                     Fall 2012
SWK 622.      SECTION  480       Fundamentals of SWK Research I          Fall 2012
SWK 150       section 501   African American in a Contemporary Society   Fall 2012

                                    Summer 2012
SWK 150       section 501   African American in a Contemporary Society   Summer 2012

                                     Spring 2012
SWK 623       section 480          Fundamentals of SWK Research II       Spring 2012
SWK 150       section 501   African American in a Contemporary Society   Summer 2012

                                     Fall 2011
SWK 622.      SECTION  480       Fundamentals of SWK Research I          Fall 2011
SWK 622.      SECTION  752       Fundamentals of SWK Research I          Fall 2011
SWK 150       section 501 African American in a Contemporary Society     Fall 2011

                                     Summer 2011
SWK 150       section 501   African American in a Contemporary Society   Summer 2011

                                  
                                     Spring 2011
SWK 623       section 480          Fundamentals of SWK Research II       Spring 2011
SWK 623       section 750          Fundamentals of SWK Research II       Spring 2011
SWK 150       section 501   African American in a Contemporary Society   Spring 2011

                                     Fall 2010

SWK 622       section 480          Fundamentals of SWK Research II       Fall 2010
SWK 603       section 3            Advanced Field Practicum III          Fall 2010
SWK 601       section 3            Foundation Field Practicum I          Fall 2010

                                     Spring 2010

SWK 675       section 751          Program Evaluation                    Spring 2010
SWK 623       section 480          Fundamentals of SWK Research II       Spring 2010
SWK 623       section 750          Fundamentals of SWK Research II       Spring 2010
 
Professional Affiliations:
President: Association for the Promotion and Social Welfare of Children and Families in Africa (APEBEFA)
Chapter Chair since 2007: International Association For Social Work With Groups,Inc.: Northeast Ohio Chapter (IASWG)
United Nations Children Funds Contributing Member 2006-2009
National Association of Social Workers (NASW)              
American Correctional Association (ACA)
Gestalt Institute of Cleveland (GIC)  
Ohio Program Evaluators Group (OPEG)
Council on Social Work Education (CSWE)
 
Professional Experience:
Teaching experience

CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY - Cleveland Ohio

Assistant Professor School of Social Work from 8/2009
Assistant Professor School of Social Work 8/2008- 8/2009
Assistant Professor School of Social Work 8/2007- 8/2008
Visiting Assistant Professor 8/2007 ongoing
Adjunct School of Social Work 1/2007- 5/2007

UNIVERSITY OF SAINT FRANCIS , Fort Wayne , Indiana

Assistant Professor 1/2006 - 6/2006:
Field coordinator

GESTALT INSTITUTE INVITED FACULTY MEMBER

NATIONAL SCHOOL FOR SPECIALIZED SOCIAL WORKERS, Dakar, Senegal
 
University Service:
Member of the CSU Community Emergency Response Team
 
Professional Service:
                      Presentations (Conferences and workshops)

Seck, M. M. (2012). Analysis of the outcome of social work students┬┐ group work field
       research. Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups. 34 Annual
      International Symposium- Long Island New York, USA- June 14th-17th, 2012

McArdle, L. & Seck, M. M. (2012). Ethics in Group Work Practice: an Opportunity for
      Growth. AASWG International Conference, Long Island, New York

Seck, M. M. (2011). Immigrants┬┐ Empowering Strategies: The Practice of Self-Help
      Group for Betterment in a New Land. AASWG Long Beach Symposium.

Seck, M. M. (2010). Engaging Social Work Students in Community Development:
      Evaluating Group Field Practicum Reports. AASWG Montreal Symposium.

Helton, L., McArdle, L. & Seck, M. M. (2010). Team building and Group Process
      Among two Faculty Groups Delivering A joint Master of Social Work Program.
      AASWG Montreal Symposium.
 
Community Service:
Cleveland State University Emergency Response Team member