Camille Huggins

Contributing Faculty
College of Social and Behavioral Health
Barbara Solomon School of Social Work
Master of Social Work (MSW)

Dr. Camille Huggins, is a contributing faculty at Walden University Barbara Solomon School of Social Work and Human Services in the Social Work program. Her research interests are older adults, migrants, death and grief. Dr. Huggins obtained a Ph.D. in clinical social work from New York University in 2013 and a Master’s degree in Social Work from Columbia University in 1995, both schools are in New York, New York. Prior to moving into academia, she worked in administration at various healthcare facilities for over 15 years.

Courses Taught

SOCW 6111 - Advance Clinical Social Work Practice

SOCW 6361 - Social Policy Analysis

SOCW 6351 - Social Policy Welfare and Change

SOCW 6101 - Essential Skills of Social Work Practice

SOCW 6200 - Human Behavior in the Social Environment


BA, State University of New York at Buffalo

MS, Columbia University

PhD, New York University

Awards / Honors

Award, John A Hartford Foundation, 2006

monetary award, American Aged and Retirement Persons AARP, 2007

Travel Award, University of Florida at Tampa, 2007