Faculty and Staff Profiles

Maggie Landry, LMSW, LSSW
Instructor Coordinator, Social Work
Email: malandry@memphis.edu
Office Location: 4050 South Park Loop
Office Hours: By appointment
Personal Homepage: https://bit.ly/LandryCVprofile
Profile

My name is Professor Maggie Landry. I am a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) and a Licensed School Social Worker (LSSW) in the state of Tennessee. I'm an elected board member for the National Association of Social Workers' Tennessee Chapter (NASW-TN). I have my Bachelor's degree in Psychology (c/o 2012), and a Master of Social Work (MSW, c/o 2014); both from the University of Memphis-- Go Tigers! I'm also enrolled as a doctoral student in the Urban Affairs PhD program here at the University of Memphis. My background is in both early intervention behavior modification (families with children under 6) and domestic violence intervention (with offenders and victims/families). I have been working for the University of Memphis (UofM) since 2009, when I was an undergraduate student. Currently, I serve as one of the Instructor/Coordinators for the School of Social Work at the University of Memphis. My coordinator role is the Assistant MSW Field Coordinator--so I coordinate the 2nd year/Advanced Standing field placement internships. In addition to my regular job duties, I've also converted several courses for the School of Social Work in both the BA and MSW programs from either in-person to M50 online format, or from 410 online format to M50 online format (higher accessibility standards). As a result, I've been named one of the UofM College of Arts and Sciences' "Top Online Instructors". 

Education
  • PhD (in progress) Urban Affairs; concentration in forensic mental health and workplace policy analysis - The University of Memphis - 2021-present
  • Advanced Forensic Social Work Certificate   - National Organization of Forensic Social Work - 2020
  • Master of Social Work   - The University of Memphis - 2014
  • Bachelor of Arts Psychology - The University of Memphis - 2012

Work Experience

  • Instructor/Coordinator, Social Work - The University of Memphis - 2018-present
  • Project Coordinator, Social Work, MIBH-TI - The University of Memphis - 2018
  • Project Coordinator II, Social Work, MSW-PDI - The University of Memphis - 2017-2018
  • Part-Time Faculty, Social Work - The University of Memphis - 2017-2018
  • Resource Consultant / Case Manager, Instruction and Curriculum Leadership - Regional Intervention Program, University of Memphis - 2015-2018
  • Independent Contractor, Domestic Violence Assessment Center - Exchange Club Family Center - 2014-2015
Honors/Awards
  • One of 25 top online instructors (merit-based raise) - College of Arts and Sciences, University of Memphis - 2020
  • Most Down to Earth - Professor Superlative from the Graduating Social Work Class - 2019
  • Rookie of the Year - Professor Superlative from the Graduating Social Work Class - 2018

Teaching Experience

  • SWRK 7055 - MSW Field Seminar I - The University of Memphis
  • SWRK 7056 - MSW Field Seminar II - The University of Memphis
  • SWRK 7030 - Social Welfare Policy - The University of Memphis
  • SWRK 2911/3010 Social Response to Human Need - The University of Memphis
  • SWRK 2010 - Introduction to Social Work - The University of Memphis
  • SWRK 3906 - Social Work Practice III - The University of Memphis
  • SWRK 7034 M50 course development (Summer 2021) - The University of Memphis
  • SWRK 3010 Course redevelopment from SWRK 2911 (Spring 2021) - The University of Memphis
  • SWRK 7032 Course conversion from 410 to M50 online format (Summer 2019) - The University of Memphis
  • SWRK 7030 Course conversion from 410 to M50 online format (Spring 2019) - The University of Memphis
  • SWRK 2911 Course conversion from in-person to M50 online format (Fall 2018) - The University of Memphis
Service
  • The University of Memphis - Faculty Senate - 2021-present
  • The University of Memphis - Accessible Course Materials Workgroup - Fall 2020-present
  • The University of Memphis - Co-Faculty Advisor - Student Social Work Organization - Fall 2020-present
  • The University of Memphis - Search Committee - School of Social Work - Lambuth Lecturer - 2020
  • The University of Memphis - Search Committee - School of Social Work - MIBH-TI Coordinator II - 2020
  • The University of Memphis - Social Work Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Committee - 2019-present
  • The University of Memphis - Volunteer - Wellness and Stress Clinic at the Healing Center - 2019-2020
  • The University of Memphis - Volunteer - Regional Intervention Program - 2019-2020
  • The University of Memphis - Social Work Scholarship Committee - 2019 - present
  • The University of Memphis - MSW Academic Retention Committee - AY 2018-2019; Spring-Summer 2020
  • The University of Memphis - Search Committee - School of Social Work - MIBH-TI Coordinator - 2018
  • The University of Memphis - Social Work Alumni Group, president - 2016- present
  • The University of Memphis - Graduate Student Association, secretary - 2012-2013
  • The University of Memphis - Graduate Organization of Social Work, treasurer - 2012-2013
Journal Articles
  • Zanskas, S., Brasfield, M., Landry, M., Taylor, L. Delavega, E., & Neely-Barnes, S. (Submitted). Interprofessional training: Graduate counseling and social work student preparation for integrated behavioral healthcare. Rehabilitation Research, Policy, and Education.
  • Neely-Barnes, S. L., Kirk, B. G., Elswick, S. E., Taylor, L. C., Delavega, M., Pettet, F., & Landry, M. (2019). Training second year MSW students to improve cultural and linguistic competence. Research on Social Work Practice. https://doi.org/10.1177/1049731519874397
  • Delavega, E, Neely-Barnes, S.L., Elswick, S.E., Taylor, L.C., Pettet, F.L., & Landry, M. (2018). Preparing social work students for interprofessional team practice in health care settings. Research on Social Work Practice. https://doi.org/10.1177/1049731518804880
Presentations
  • Anderson, K., Landry, M., Rogers, K., Jones, R., Rayford-Taylor, L. (2021, April) Social Work Practice in Tennessee: The three pillars of social work: A panel review. Presented at 9th Social Work Symposium at the University of Memphis, virtual.
  • Landry, M., Delavega, E., Neely-Barnes, S. (2020, November). Student attitudes toward professional roles on interdisciplinary teams: Where do I fit? [Poster presentation]. CSWE APM 2020, virtual.
  • Anderson, K., Rogers, K., Landry, M., Rayford-Taylor, L., Jones, R. (2020, April). Social Work Practice in Tennessee: The three pillars of social work: A panel review. Abstract accepted for presentation at the 8th Social Work Symposium at the University of Memphis, April 17, 2020. Memphis, TN. Event cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Landry, M., Delavega, E. (2019, October). The earned income tax credit: Social workers promoting human well-being [Poster presentation]. CSWE APM 2019, Denver, CO.
  • Taylor, L., Delavega, E., Landry, M., Neely-Barnes, S. (2019, October). Evaluating Supervision in an interdisciplinary behavioral health training program [Poster presentation]. CSWE APM 2019, Denver, CO.
  • Neely-Barnes, S., Hirschi, M., Landry, M.: “Integrated Behavioral Health: Models for Training and Practice”. Health Care Social Workers of West TN Fall Conference. October 12, 2018.
Appendix B - Student Advising/Mentoring
  • Academic advisor. 2018-present. Academic advising load of no less than 15 MSW students each semester. Advised/entered permits for all incoming MSW students during 2018-2019 academic year.
  • Faculty supervisor for BA policy poster submission "Unlawful Status [HIV Criminalization]" at NASW-TN Social Work Day on the Hill, March 2020 (11 students). Abstract submitted and accepted; event canceled due to COVID-19.
  • Faculty supervisor to BSW student Samantha Stemmer. “Send Your Inner Lizard to Obedience School: Evaluating the Wim Hof Method as an Alternative Post-Traumatic Stress Treatment”. Helen Hardin Honors Program Works in Progress Symposium. November 2019.
  • Faculty supervisor for BA policy poster submission "Big Pharma Karma: Promoting Available and Appropriate Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse Services" at University of Memphis' 7th Annual Social Work Symposium, April 2019 (6 students). First place prize.
  • Faculty supervisor for BA policy poster submission "Detained and Afraid: Societal Consequences for Children of Detained Immigrants" at University of Memphis' 7th Annual Social Work Symposium, April 2019 (1 student). Tied for second place prize.
  • Faculty supervisor for BA policy poster submission "Like a Puzzle: The Relationship Between Mental Illness and Substance Abuse Disorder" at University of Memphis' 7th Annual Social Work Symposium, April 2019 (1 student). Third place prize.
  • Faculty supervisor for BA policy poster presentation "Big Pharma Karma: Promoting Available and Appropriate Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse Services" at NASW-TN Social Work Day on the Hill, March 2019 (6 students).
  • Faculty supervisor for BA policy poster presentation "Adverse Childhood Experiences: More Trauma, More Problems" at NASW-TN Social Work Day on the Hill, March 2018 (4 students).