Monique Constance-Huggins, PhD, MSW, MPIA
ICC International Education
Dr. Constance-Huggins is an Associate Professor and Undergraduate Program Director in the Department of Social Work at Winthrop University. She received her PhD, MSW, and MPIA from the University of Pittsburgh. She is a critical race social work scholar, who has devoted her academic life researching topics pertaining to race such as racial disparities, oppression, and ideologies. Her other areas of research include social capital among women, poverty and community needs assessment. She has also spent many years providing cultural competence training to organizations. She also provides policy analysis to developing island state. Her work brings together empirical studies, theory, and social policy to improve individuals, organizations, and communities. She teaches courses in research methods, social welfare policy, community practice, and working with multicultural populations.