Barbe Fogarty, DSW, MSW, MEd

Barbe Fogarty

Instructor
Old Main 354
Kutztown, PA 19530 
Phone: 484-646-4308
Fax: 610-683-4383
fogarty@kutztown.edu

Barbe Fogarty, DSW, MSW, MEd received her DSW in 2020 from Kutztown University.  She earned her MSW from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, an MEd from the University of Turabo in Puerto Rico, and a BA in Sociology from St. Mary’s College in South Bend, Indiana. 

Dr. Fogarty has worked in a variety of community-based organizations since 1986 as a community organizer, re-entry program manager, GED/ESL instructor, and as program director for YouthBuild, serving disconnected youth in Reading, PA.  Dr. Fogarty has also taught social work and sociology courses as an adjunct faculty member at Saint Joseph’s University (Philadelphia), Alvernia University (Reading, PA) and Albright College (Reading, PA).

Teaching interests: 

Macro Social Work, Community Organizing, Social and Economic Justice, Service-Learning.

Research interests: 

Disasters and disaster recovery, social media analysis, discourse analysis, qualitative inquiry.

  • Conference Presentations:

    “Short-term study abroad programs in social work: Insights from the current literature,” Council on Social Work Education Annual Conference, November 25-27, 2019, Denver, Colorado 

    “Family-In-Environment: A Multi-disciplinary framework for analyzing and developing family- centered public policies,” 14th Annual Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Conference, July 10-12, 2019, Mexico City, Mexico 

    “Mental health stressors, recovery, and the use of digital media in Puerto Rico post-Hurricane Maria,” 10th Annual West Chester University Latina/o Communities Conference, November 28, 2018, West Chester, Pennsylvania

  • Publications:

    Fogarty, B., Gasket, J., Vafeas, J., & Svistova, J. (2020). Family-in-environment: A multi-disciplinary framework for analyzing and developing family-centered public policies. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social and Community Studies, 15(2), 33-45. doi: 10.18848/2324-7576/CGP/v15i02/33-45