Center on Race and Social Problems

Elizabeth Mulvaney, MSW

University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work
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Elizabeth Mulvaney earned her MSW from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a BA in psychology from the University of Virginia. As a lecturer, she will focus primarily on teaching within both the MSW and BASW programs. She holds clinical social work license in Pennsylvania and has 14 years practice experience as a gerontological social worker providing care management and program administration, as well as experience in long-term care, with an emphasis on behavioral care planning, dementia care and end of life care.

Current research and practice interests include gerontology, ethics, palliative care and problem gambling prevention for older adults. Mulvaney served as the School’s first Coordinator for the Hartford Partnership Program for Aging Education from 2005-2011.