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Southern Adventist University

4881 Taylor Circle

Collegedale, Tennessee 37315

United States

Company Description

Based in Collegedale, Tennessee, Southern Adventist University is a co-education institution established by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, offering doctoral, master's, baccalaureate, and associate degrees, and one-year certificates. ... more

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Employment History

Council on Social Work Education

Professor and Chair of the Social Work Department

Andrews University

Editor of the Journal

Adventist Association of International Development Professionals

Affiliations

Member, Council of Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting Presentation Review Board
Journal of Women and Social Work

Education

MSW

Ph.D.

Web References (27 Total References)


Southern Adventist University Team Meets with Restore a Child's President @ Restore a Child

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Dr. Pittman, MSW, CSWM is the executive director of the MSW program at SAU and serves as international social worker for SAU.


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2: Dr. Sharon Pittman Posted September 2nd, 2010 by Jeff_Boyd

Welcome to Viewpoints: Adventist Perspectives on Peace, Justice and Righteousness. A new interview series presented by Adventist Today in partnership with Adventist Activism.
This week, Jeff Boyd, editor of Adventist Activism, speaks to Dr. Sharon Pittman, professor at Southern Adventist University, about the role global social work plays in the Great Commission.
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The professor, Dr. Sharon Pittman, was passionate about God and the church, so I asked her to share her thoughts for this series.
Dr. Pittman is a seasoned global development advocate and practitioner. She has diverse areas of research interest that include faith and practice, peace building, community service and empowerment, and organizational wellness and capacity building. In recent years she has taught graduate international development classes in Peru, Costa Rica, Thailand, Kenya, Mexico, Tanzania and Italy. Dr. Pittman brings her passion for teaching and research to her role as Associate Dean, School of Social Work, Southern Adventist University. But her role as wife, grandmother of five, and mother of four talented adult sons is what she cherishes the most.
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Sharon: We really want to develop advanced social workers who use a Biblical premise for their professional motivations.
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Sharon: You can't be an Adventist social worker without looking at congregations as a root source of human capacity.
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Sharon: No training needed for this call.
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Sharon: I think the work of ADRA is the work of the church, and so you can't separate ADRA from that work.
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Sharon: There are pockets of all sorts of exciting things happening.
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Sharon: We have to be extremely intentional about mobilizing a church to wake up from our Laodicea mode about the injustice that's happening around us.
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Sharon: I don't know how we can separate ourselves as peace-builders.
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Sharon: I have for years appreciated the Mennonite and Amish perspectives on reconciliation.
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Sharon: I've been very interested in our Anabaptist roots and how we've walked away from those very core belief systems of pacifism and reconciliation.


2: Dr. Sharon Pittman Posted ...

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2: Dr. Sharon Pittman Posted September 2nd, 2010 by Jeff_Boyd

Welcome to Viewpoints: Adventist Perspectives on Peace, Justice and Righteousness. A new interview series presented by Adventist Today in partnership with Adventist Activism.
This week, Jeff Boyd, editor of Adventist Activism, speaks to Dr. Sharon Pittman, professor at Southern Adventist University, about the role global social work plays in the Great Commission.
...
The professor, Dr. Sharon Pittman, was passionate about God and the church, so I asked her to share her thoughts for this series.
Dr. Pittman is a seasoned global development advocate and practitioner. She has diverse areas of research interest that include faith and practice, peace building, community service and empowerment, and organizational wellness and capacity building. In recent years she has taught graduate international development classes in Peru, Costa Rica, Thailand, Kenya, Mexico, Tanzania and Italy. Dr. Pittman brings her passion for teaching and research to her role as Associate Dean, School of Social Work, Southern Adventist University. But her role as wife, grandmother of five, and mother of four talented adult sons is what she cherishes the most.
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Sharon: We really want to develop advanced social workers who use a Biblical premise for their professional motivations.
...
Sharon: You can't be an Adventist social worker without looking at congregations as a root source of human capacity.
...
Sharon: No training needed for this call.
...
Sharon: I think the work of ADRA is the work of the church, and so you can't separate ADRA from that work.
...
Sharon: There are pockets of all sorts of exciting things happening.
...
Sharon: We have to be extremely intentional about mobilizing a church to wake up from our Laodicea mode about the injustice that's happening around us.
...
Sharon: I don't know how we can separate ourselves as peace-builders.
...
Sharon: I have for years appreciated the Mennonite and Amish perspectives on reconciliation.
...
Sharon: I've been very interested in our Anabaptist roots and how we've walked away from those very core belief systems of pacifism and reconciliation.


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