Annie McCullough Chavis Ed.D, CMSW, ACSW
Department of Social Work
Dr. Annie M. Chavis, ACSW is an Assistant Professor in the Department of
Social Work in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at
Fayetteville State University. She is the Director of Field Education for
the MSW Program. She received her undergraduate degree in
Sociology and Social Studies with Honors from Fayetteville State
University and the Master of Social Work degree from the School of Social
Work at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and was the
recipient of the Annie Kizer Bost Social Work Award . She obtained the
Ed.D. Degree in Educational Leadership from Fayetteville State University
Dr. Chavis is the founder and faculty advisor to the Social Work Club. She was also the organizer of the first collaborative departmental Annual Black History Family Lecture Series and the March is Social Work Activities. She established the First Distinguished Sociology and Social Work Lecture Series in 2003 and the annual First Distinguished Social Work Lecture Series in 2004.
Dr. Chavis is licensed in the state of North Carolina
as a master level social worker and licensed by the North Carolina
Department of Public Instruction as a master level school social worker.
She has fourteen years of teaching experience on the university level and
has considerable experience with curriculum development, field practicum
Dr. Chavis is a member of the Council on Social Work Education, Academy of Certified Social Workers, National Association of Black Social Workers and the National Association of Social Workers. Her research interests include genogram and assessment in family social work practice, assessment and intervention with African American families, cultural competency and diversity, and multicultural education in schools.