• Short Bio

  • Amanda Moore McBride, PhD is the Morris Endowed Dean and Professor of the Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW) at the University of Denver (DU). McBride is an internationally recognized expert in civic and community engagement. Her scholarship focuses on ways to promote engagement through education, programs, and policy, addressing issues of inclusion. Prior research has focused on national service, service learning, and international volunteering, including more than 70 books, special journal issues, and articles. Refer to the scholarship tab for more information about current research and selected publications and presentations.

    McBride holds a master of social work and doctorate of philosophy from the Brown School at Washington University and a bachelor of arts from Hendrix College. She is a celebrated teacher and mentor having been awarded numerous recognitions in these areas. Selected examples include Washington University’s Gerry and Bob Virgil Ethic of Service Award (2016) and the distinguished faculty award (2012). Hendrix College has also recognized her for her “service to the world” (2014) and as a distinguished young alumna (2008).

    McBride joined DU in summer 2016 after being affiliated with Washington University in St. Louis for 23 years where she was the Bettie Bofinger Brown Associate Professor at the George Warren Brown School of Social Work and executive director of the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement, leading Washington University’s engagement in the St. Louis region.

  • Curriculum Vitae

  • AMM CV 6-27-16.pdf

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