Emeriti - Diane C. Haslett
Diane C. Haslett
Emeriti Associate Professor
M.S.W. Jane Addams School of Social Work University of Illinois
Ph.D. Jane Addams School of Social Work University of Illinois
Dr. Haslett served as the Coordinator of the BASW Program from 1997-2007 and taught in the areas of social work practice, human behavior and the social environment, field practice, and group work. She collaborated with the University of Bristol, UK in a joint summer program based in Bristol for social work students and alumni focusing on comparative social welfare policy and programs. Her research interests and journal publications continue to include historical social work research, particularly centering on the women of Hull-House; group work; diversity; and issues in social work education. She is the author of Group Work Activities in Generalist Practice published in 2005. She has served as a member of the international board of the Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups (AASWG) and as a liaison for the Women’s Commission of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). She is a CSWE Site Visitor. Regionally, she has volunteered with the Eastern Maine Children’s Museum and served as a board member of the Maine Chapter of NASW. On campus, Dr. Haslett served on Faculty Senate, Advisory Board of Women in the Curriculum, the Center for Teaching Excellence’s Mentoring Program, Committee on the Horticultural Therapy, and the University Undergraduate Program Curriculum Committee. Together with Gail Werrbach and Nancy Kelly, she worked with the Indian Child Welfare Traineeship Program. and continues to work with TransPrac, an international collaboration among European and American institutions of higher learning focusing on social education and social work.