Teaching is the highlight of Dr. Lincoln's career. She looks forward to the growth and development that both her students and she experiences in the process. In all of the courses that she teaches, Dr. Lincoln enables students to be preoccupied with the framing values of the social work profession, empirical data, theory, models of practice and their implications and significance for the field, individuals, families, communities and organizations. She teaches courses that challenge students to think critically and thoughtfully about the field of social work, their professional and personal development, and their role in both maintaining and challenging oppressive systems.
One of the major aspects of Dr. Lincoln's role as a teacher involves the personal instruction and mentoring that she provides to graduate students and junior scholars. She views personal instruction, in the form of professional involvement and counseling, as one of her particular strengths. Dr. Lincoln has been recognized for her strong and successful mentoring strategies and has been invited by universities and professional organizations across the country to share her teaching and mentoring philosophy with graduates students, junior and senior scholars.
Social Work 761: Multiple Regression for Social Work Research, University of Southern California, School of Social Work
Social Work 599: Social Work Practice with African American Families, University of Southern California, School of Social Work
Social Work 599: Global Immersion Summer Program in Puerto Rico, University of Southern California, School of Social Work
Social Work 785: Guided Research Internship, Doctoral Seminar on Article Development and Submission, University of Southern California, School of Social Work
Social Work 500, Intellectual and Historical Foundations of Professional Social Work Practice, University of Washington, School of Social Work
Social Work 505, Introduction to Social Welfare Research, University of Washington, School of Social Work