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College of Social Work

Faculty and Staff

Candice Morgan, Ph.D., MSW

Title: Assistant Professor
College of Social Work
Phone: 803-777-9456
Resources: Curriculum Vitae
Greenville Site Coordinator and Adjunct Instructor Candice Morgan

Research and Teaching Expertise: 

  • Research
  • Violent deaths post incarceration
  • Unsheltered homelessness
  • Recovery model  
  • Interprofessional collaboration
  • Field education 


  • CSEDs---theory, practice, and intervention 
  • H/MH-- theory, practice, and intervention 

Candice Morgan joined the College of Social Work faculty 2021 and is site coordinator of the part-time Master of Social Work program in Greenville.  She is the Community, Social, and Economic Development Specialization Chair and teaches theory, policy, and intervention classes in that, and the Health and Mental Health, specializations.  In 2020 and 2021, she received the Two Thumbs Up Award from the USC Office of Student Disability Services.  This student-nominated award recognizes faculty who have made a significant difference in a student’s experience.    

Morgan has presented locally, nationally, and internationally on housing policy, homelessness, and serious and persistent mental illness.  

Morgan began her professional social work career over 20 years ago and has direct and indirect practice experience.  She has been an outreach worker, a behavioral health consultant, a supervisor, an adoption specialist, and a mitigation social worker.   

Morgan received her A.B. from Bryn Mawr College, her M.S.W. from Loyola University Chicago, and her Ph.D. from University of South Carolina.   

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