Tammy Sung Profile

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Ms. Tammy Sung

  • Department: Social Work
  • Adjunct/Field Supervisor
  • Room: WH-420

Tammy Sung-­‐Moore, MSSW, LMSW, CTS, is the Field Director for the BSW Program and an Associate Lecturer. Ms. Sung has been with the University since August 2009. Prior to arriving at A&M‐Central Texas, she worked in the medical field, juvenile probation, and victim services. MS. Sung was a certified Juvenile Probation Officer and worked with all classifications of juveniles and their families. Her community involvement includes having served as the NASW Branch Chair for an eight- county area, national disaster response, and community planning. Her institutional involvement at A&M‐Central Texas includes being a founding member of the Faculty Senate, Executive Committee member of the Faculty Senate, member of the University Budget Committee, member of the Academic Council, member of the Student Service Fee Committee and several ad hoc committees. Ms. Sung has presented at several national conferences, including the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), Baccalaureate Program Directors (BPD), National Association of Social Workers (NASW), Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS), and the South Western Association of Criminal Justice (SWACJ). She also serves as the Co-Chair on the BPD national field committee and is the NASW National Leadership and Identification Committee Representative for Texas, Louisiana, and Arizona. Ms. Sung also teaches such courses as Service Learning, Social Welfare Policy, Sexual Abuse and Sexual Assault and Probation and Social Work. Her current research areas include Professional Self Care and Ethics.