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J. Camille Hall


Dr. J. Camille Hall, LCSW is an Associate Professor in the College of Social Work at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She is a licensed clinical social work officer in the United States Army Reserve. Since joining the UTK-CSW faculty, Dr. Hall has developed an evidence-based multicultural course instruction model that has been adopted by several academic programs. Her research focuses on risk and resilience among Black women and children of alcoholics. Dr. Hall is a co-editor of the “African-American Behavior in the Social Environment: New Perspectives” textbook and she has published several refereed journal articles on African-Americans and multicultural competence. Dr. Hall has conducted numerous invited, national, and international conference presentations based on her research.

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