Associate Professor of Social Work
Office: ACW 305E
B.A. (Mythology & Language) 1982, SUNY/Empire State College
M.S.W. 1990, Boston University School of Social Work
Ph.D. 2002, Case Western Reserve University
Nina Aronoff, Ph.D., LICSW is an Associate Professor of Social Work. She teaches courses in human behavior theory and social work practice with individuals, groups, families, organizations and communities, at both the foundation and concentration levels. She also teaches an advanced elective on partnered practice. She has previously taught as an adjunct instructor at Case Western Reserve University and Salem State College.
She has many years of practice and administrative experience working with diverse groups of children and families and the organizations that serve their needs, particularly in the context of their communities and applying practice models that include client systems and interprofessional providers. She consults in the areas of justice-based social work practice, leadership, organizational change, and partnered practice. Her publications (authored and co-authored), presentations, and ongoing scholarship are related to these areas, as well as multicultural responsibility in social work education, justice-based practice and curriculum development, and female development and empowerment through sports.