Dr. Steven Granich is in his eighth year at Lock Haven University. He has a long career in social work and marriage and family therapy and has worked as a social worker since 1976.
He has traveled extensively in Latin America and has published articles about his experiences there. Steven teaches courses in Research, Cultural Diversity, Social Policy, Clinical Social Work, and the Freshman Seminar. Additionally, he has established a mentoring program, is a co-adviser to the social work club, and teaches in the accredited social work program.
In terms of research, he and his students have collaborated with United Way and Head Start to conduct local surveys in Clinton County for these agencies. He also collaborated with local social service agencies in Leon, Nicaragua to complete a month-long study of social service agencies in that country. In addition, he has been a volunteer in social service agencies in Mexico, Guatemala, and Honduras, giving him a global perspective on the delivery of social services.
Dr. Granich referees articles for the International Journal of Social Work and Critical Social Work which cover international issues in the field.