Pam Graham MacDill

BSW Program Director, Professional Development Director, Jeanene M. Janes Fellow in Child Welfare, Teaching Professor
Pam Graham MacDill

Contact Information

Office Location
University Center C2413
Phone
(850) 644-5713
Resume / CV

Education

  • M.S.W., 1977, Florida State University; Social Work
  • B.S.S.W., 1976, Florida International University; Social Work
  • A.A., 1974, Miami-Dade Community College; Psychology

Selected Peer Review Articles and Publications

Cash, S.J., Mathiesen, S.M., Barbanell, L.D., Smith, T.E., & Graham, P. (2006). Education and partnerships in child welfare: Mapping the implementation of a child welfare certificate program. Journal of Social Work Education, 42(1), 123-138.

Mathiesen, S., Cash, S., Barbanell, L. D., Smith, T.E., & Graham, P. (2006). Children’s mental health in child welfare: A child-focused curriculum for child welfare workers and social work students. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 26(3/4) 19-40.

Mathiesen, S.G., Smith, T.E., Graham, P.W., & Barbanell, L.D., & Cash, S.J. (2003). Creating a web-based child welfare certificate program: A collaborative approach. Professional Development, 5(3), 37-45.

Books Published

Graham, P.W. & Mandel, P. (1987). A Kid and a Kidney: A preparatory book for the kidney transplant patient. Miami, FL: JMH Publication.

Selected Grants

Graham, P. (Principal Investigator). Re-professionalization Training Grant. Florida Department of Children & Families – Circuit 3 & 8. ($1,272,408.00). 1996-Present.

Graham, P. (Principal Investigator). Re-professionalization Training Grant. Florida Department of Children & Families – Circuit 4. ($1, 334,553.80). 1996-Present.

Graham, P. (Principal Investigator). Re-professionalization Training Grant. Florida Department of Children and Families – Circuit 2 & 14. ($1,082,336.00). 1997-Present.

Graham, P. Putting the Child in Focus: Developing and Implementing a Curriculum Combining Child Welfare and Children’s Mental Health. Administration on Children, Youth and Families. ($599,946). 1999-2002.

Graham, P. (Principal Investigator). Student Stipends for School Social Work Internships. Leon County Schools ($5,000). 1996-2001.