College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Barbara Solomon School of Social Work
Master of Social Work (MSW)
Dr. Bullock has several years of experience in the human services field. While working at Atlanta Housing Authority, she successfully assisted families with identifying and moving into mixed income communities. She has assessed and counseled dually diagnosed clients, assisted with developing treatment goals with clients and facilitated groups that focused on the disease of addiction. During my employment at Fulton County Department of Family and Children Services, she worked with children in foster care, as well as, work with birth families utilizing management skills, attending court hearings, developing court documents and participate with multidisciplinary team meetings.
She earned a doctoral degree in Social Work at Clark Atlanta University with an emphasis on policy, planning and administration of human service organizations. Through her matriculation at Clark Atlanta University, she conducted research that examines teaching effectiveness in higher education, gained knowledge on strategies that strengthen community-based partnerships and developed proficiency as an instructor who promotes lifelong professional growth. Her currently research includes technology acceptance in social work education and practice.
SOCW 6500 - Field Education I
SOCW 6510 - Field Education I
PhD, Clark Atlanta University
MSW, Georgia State University
Bullock, A. N., Colvin, A. D. (2017). Technology, human relationships, and human interaction. . Oxford Bibliographies in Social Work.
Bullock, A. N., Colvin, A. (2015). Communication technology in social work. Advances in Social Work.
Colvin, A., Bullock, A. N. (2014). Technology acceptance in the social work field education environment: Implications for social work education. Journal of Teaching in Social Work.