Dr. Campbell enjoys supporting students and professionals as they navigate their careers in academia and/or social work practice. If you are interested in mentoring, feel free to contact Dr. Campbell.
At the 2019 annual meeting of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) in Denver, CO, Dr. Campbell received special recognition from the Council on the Role and Status of Women in Social Work Education (CORSW) for her support and guidance of social work students. A special thank you goes out Dashawna Fussell-Ware, current doctoral student in the School of Social Work at the University of Pittsburgh and graduate of the University of Georgia Masters in Social Work Program, for nominating Dr. Campbell.
Dr. Campbell has been recognized several times (2020, 2019, 2016, 2014) by the University Career Center for contributing greatly to student career development and success.
In 2017 and 2018, Dean Anna Scheyett recognized Dr. Campbell for her contributions to teaching and learning.
Dr. Campbell has supervised the research of several doctoral and masters students on topics such as Racial Battle Fatigue (RBF) among African American Social Workers, Latino Mental Health, Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Black College Women.
Scholar * Researcher * Educator * Practitioner
"Over the last 5 years, Dr. Campbell has poured into my dreams and ambitions in ways that are immeasurable. She has consistently provided guidance and comfort as I navigate this incredible journey towards earning my PhD and beyond. As her student, I have had the opportunity to watch her teach feminist concepts such as womanism and intersectionality as well as encourage Black female students to embody these principles and tenets in our practice, scholarship, and daily lives. I truly hope that all Black women scholars have the opportunity to experience even a piece of the mentorship relationship that I have experienced with her. It has changed my life and I am forever grateful." - Dashawna Fussell-Ware