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Nancy Meyer-Adams

Director, School of Social Work
School of Social Work

B.S.W. Florida International University, 1997
M.S.W. Florida International University, 1998
Ph.D. University of Tennessee, 2002

Biographical Information

Dr. Nancy Meyer-Adams began as Director of the School of Social Work in the Fall, 2014. She received her Ph.D. in social work with a specialty in school social work at The University of Tennessee College of Social Work in 2002. The focus of her dissertation research was the effects of school bullying on the culture and climate of middle schools in urban communities. Dr. Meyer-Adams joined the faculty of California State University, Long Beach School of Social Work in the summer of 2005 where she has been recognized with the Most Valuable Professor award for four years (2008, 2009, 2011, and 2012) and with a College of Health and Human Services Community Service Award in 2010. Prior to joining CSULB’s faculty she taught at the University of Southern California, School of Social Work where she received the Jane Addams Faculty Award for academic, administrative and moral support for students in 2005. Her professional experience includes over ten years of direct practice experience with diverse family and child client populations as a school social worker, mental health professional, and researcher. She was the founding project coordinator of the Pasadena Unified School District’s School-based Mental Health Program in 2002 where she served as a consultant to the district on bullying and school violence as well as a direct practitioner. She has also served as a school social work consultant to the Montebello Unified School District. Dr. Meyer-Adams also teaches in both the graduate and undergraduate programs.

Current CV: Nancy Meyer-Adams

Nancy Meyer-Adams

Office Location: Social Sciences / Public Administration Building (SSPA) 158
Phone: (562) 985-7774
Fax: (562) 985-5514


  • Generalist Social Work Practice
  • Social Work Practice in Mental Health
  • Thesis Advising


  • Community Mental Health
  • Mental Health Recovery
  • School Social Work