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Department of Addiction Studies, Psychology, and Social Work

Dr. Amy Phillips

Fargo Site Coordinator

Office: HDFS - NDSU Department 2615
Phone: 701 231-9792

B.A. Spanish, DePauw University
M.A. Latin American Studies, Vanderbilt University
M.Div. Union Theological Seminary
M.S.S.W. Practice/Programming/Supervision, Columbia University
Ph.D., Teaching and Learning, University of North Dakota

Amy Phillips, MDiv, MSSW, PhD, is a graduate of Vanderbilt University, Union Theological Seminary, Columbia University, and the University of North Dakota. She is a full professor in the social work program, teaching primarily mezzo and macro practice courses. Dr. Phillips’ research agenda has focused on anti-oppressive organizational development, the role of post offices in rural communities, and best practices in social work education. She has given numerous presentations and published articles, book chapters, research reports, and a book on these and other topics. Dr. Phillips is the site coordinator for the MSU social work program at NDSU which is part of an NDSU/Minot State dual degree program.