Angie Colvin Burque
- MSW, Florida State University
- BSW, Alabama
About Angie Colvin Burque
Associate Clinical Professor and Social Work Field Coordinator, and CLA Engaged Scholar
Most of Burque's (LCSW) social work practice experience has been related to family and child welfare including : intensive family preservation, teen pregnancy, special needs adoptions, adult incest survivor group work, transitional housing for homeless families, and child welfare training. Burque has conducted Diversity and Cultural Competence workshops for Alabama Department of Human Resources Family Support Service Centers’ Partnership; the University of Alabama’s Fall Social Work Conference; Southeastern Aging Network Conference; and, Lee County Department of Human Resources. Burque was recently contributed to the initial curriculum design of a Human Diversity Course offered in the AU Graduate Nursing Program. She currently teaches social work practice methods, sociology minority groups, and coordinates the field education program for social work students.
In addition, Ms. Burque serves as a Parent Facilitator for the Child Advocacy Center’s “Incredible Years” Parenting Education Program and is a member of the State Quality Assurance Committee for the Alabama Department of Human Services, Family Services Partnership. She also teaches SOWO 4060 Methods I and SOCY 3500 Minority Groups.
Colvin-Burque, A., Zugazaga, C.B. & Davis-Maye, D. (2007). "'Can cultural competence be taught?' Evaluating the impact of the SOAP model." Journal on Social Work Education.
Last Updated: July 05, 2016