MSW, Florida State University
BSW, University of Alabama
Angie Colvin Burque is a clinical professor of social work and director of field education for the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work. She is the founder and co-director of Expressions of a BraveHeart Fine Arts Program and BraveHeart Center for Place and Purpose. These two outreach programs partner with community resources to benefit individuals with disabilities facing moderate to severe life challenges and their families. She specializes in issues of family and child welfare, including special needs adoption, teen pregnancy, transitional housing for homeless families, and adult incest survivor group work. Burque has conducted diversity and cultural competence workshops for state agencies. She currently teaches social work practice methods and sociology minority groups, and coordinates the field education program for social work students.
family and child welfare, including special needs adoption, teen pregnancy, transitional housing for homeless families, adult incest survivor group work
Colvin-Burque, A., Zugazaga, C.B. & Davis-Maye, D. (2007). "'Can cultural competence be taught?' Evaluating the impact of the SOAP model." Journal on Social Work Education.