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Emily McCully, MSW

  • Associate Director of Academic Affairs and Global Programs

3701 Locust Walk, Caster Building, Room B-19
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6214
  • office: 215.746.4031
  • fax: 215.573.2099

Emily McCully received her MSW degree from the School of Social Policy & Practice and is now the Associate Director of Academic Affairs and Global Programs. In this capacity, she assists the Associate Dean with management of the MSW program, including curriculum planning, course scheduling, faculty support, dual-degree and certificate programs, governance committee activities, CSWE accreditation and more. Her duties also include course evaluations, international programs, courseware (Canvas), and lecture/event planning. Ms. McCully serves as the Academic Advisor for all second-year, full-time MSW students; all second- and third-year, part-time MSW students; and all MSW transfer and dual-degree students. In addition, she coordinates Commencement for the school.

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