Associate Professor
Programme of Social Work and Social Administration

Office: T2-502-R19
Tel: (756) 3620522
Email: nc.ude.ciu@gnateiggam


                                         SWSA Dr. Maggie Tang 
Academic & Professional Qualifications
  • Ph.D. Social Work ( The University of Alabama,  USA)
  • M.S.W. Social Work ( The University of Alabama,  USA)
 Research Interests
  • Gerontology
  • Social Work Practice
  • Human Behavior and Social Environments
  • Race, Ethnicity, Diversity
  • Death and Dying, End-of-Life Care
 Selected Publications
  • Tang, M. (2011). Can cultural values help explain the positive aspects of caregiving among Chinese American caregivers?  Journal of Gerontological Social Work,54 (6), 551-569.
  • Tang, M. (2010). Special introduction. Journal of Social Work in End-of-Life Palliative Care. 6(1-2), 4.
  • Kaufman, A. V., Kosberg, J. I., Leeper, J. D. & Tang, M. (2010). Social support, caregiver burden, and life satisfaction in a sample of rural African American and White Caregivers of older persons with dementia. Journal of Gerontological Social Work , 53(3), 251-269.
  • Kaufman, A. V. & Tang, M. (2008). Gerontological social work. In D. M. Dinitto & C. A. McNeece (Eds.) Social work: Issues and opportunities in a challenging profession (3rd edition). Lyceum Books, Inc.
  • Csikai, E. L., Herrin, C., Tang, M., & Church, W. T. (2008). Serious illness, injury, and death in child protection and preparation for end-of-life situations among child welfare services workers. Child Welfare: Journal of Policy, Practice, and Program, 87(6), 49-70.
 Courses Taught
  • Introduction to Social Work, 3 credits
  • Social Work Intervention and Processes, 3 credits
  • Theory and Practice in Social Work (Individual), 3 credits
  • Integrative Seminar in Social Work Practice I, 3 credits
  • Integrative Seminar in Social Work Practice II, 3 credits
  • Social Work Research, 3 credits
  • Human Development, 3 credits
  • Human Behavior and Social Environments,  3 credits
  • Social Work with the Death and Dying, End-of-Life Care, 3 credits
  • Social Work with Families, 3 credits
  • Applied Ethics in Humanities and Social Sciences, 3 credits
  • Fieldwork Supervision, 3-4 students each semester, 3 credits
  • Final Year Project, 5-12 students each semester, 3 credits
School Services
  • MCP Mentor
    Social Work and Social Administration,
    Fall 2011- present
  • Warden
    Education Resident Hall, Fall 2011- present
  • Subject Convener
    Division of Humanities and Social Sciences,
    Applied Ethics in Humanities and Social Sciences, Fall 2016-present
  • Supervisor
    Hong Kong Baptist University Summer Program,
    Fall 2012 - present
 Practice Experience
  • Social Worker, Golden Gate Regional Center, San Francisco, CA, 1995-2002, 2006-2008
    - Designed and implemented social assessments and program planning of persons with developmental special needs;
    - Provided case management services to developmentally disabled clients and their families.
 Academic Honors and Awards
  • Research & Professional Development Award 2009, 2010,
    The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
  • Junior Faculty Support Funds 2009, 2011, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
  • The Leslie J. Shellhase Endowed Scholarship 2006-2007, The University of Alabama
  • The Ben Avis Orcutt Fellowship 2005-2006, The University Alabama
  • Student Paper Award 2005, Southern Gerontological Society
  • Doctoral Scholar Award on Honors Day 2004, The University of Alabama
  • Master's Scholar Award on Honors Day 1995, The University of Alabama
  • Honors Student 1993, Hong Kong Shue Yan College