Department: Social Work and Addictions Counseling Department
Social Work and Addictions Counseling- Assistant Professor & Field Director
Fall 2010: Tuesdays at Argyle Campus (5pm-6:30pm); Thursdays at South Campus (5pm-6:30pm); Wednesdays at Argyle Campus (3pm-6:30pm)
Spring 2011: Wednesdays at Argyle Campus (3pm-6:30pm); Thursdays at South Campus (5pm-6:30pm); Monday, Tuesday & Friday (by appointment)
MSW, University of Michigan
BSW, University of Illinois at Chicago
Areas of interest/expertise:
Within the classroom, Sheila Neely-Frost continually seeks out ways to bring "real-life" into the classroom. In one of her courses, students partner with Enlace (a community development organization in Little Village) to work on social justice issues with the community. This semester students are working on immigration issues.
Sheila is currently on the board of Sarah's Circle (an agency in Uptown that serves women who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness). As the development chair at Sarah's Circle, Sheila is able to use her knowledge and experience of program development, multi-disciplinary collaboration and event coordination to help support the agency's goals.