Mitchell Rosenwald, PhD, LCSW
Professor and Interim Doctoral Program Director
PhD, University of Maryland at Baltimore, 2004
MSW, University of Maryland at Baltimore, 1997
MA, Sociology, Syracuse University, 1993
BA, Sociology and Economics, Salisbury State University, 1992
Areas of Interest
- Child welfare
- Group work
- LGBTQ population needs
Dr. Rosenwald joined the faculty in 2007 and teaches a variety of courses including Introduction to
Trauma and Resiliency and Advanced Clinical Practice with Groups.
He is the President of the National Association of Social Workers, Florida Chapter (NASW-FL), and received
the Social Worker of the Year Award from NASW-FL in 2009.
Dr. Rosenwald is a Delegate to the 2014 NASW Delegate Assembly. Additionally, he is a licensed social
worker and co-facilitates an aftercare group which aims to reduce recidivism among the homeless population
in Broward County.
Dr. Rosenwald received a generous subcontract from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to serve as a co-evaluator on a grant assessing the efficacy of a housing initiative on preventing child maltreatment. He also was awarded the Sister Jeanne O’Laughlin, OP, Scholar’s Award from Barry University in 2013. He is a member of CSWE International, Association of Social Work in Groups, and National Association of Social Workers.