Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award
Marilyn Armour receives her 2005 award for Outstanding Graduate Teaching from Vice Provost and Dean of Graduate Studies Victoria Rodríguez
MARILYN P. ARMOUR, Assistant Professor of Social Work, received her bachelor's degree from Bard College in New York and her master's and doctoral degrees from the University of Minnesota. She has been a member of the UT faculty since 2001 and has over thirty years of clinical and supervisory experience in the mental health profession. Her professional interests include clinical interventions with individuals, couples, and families; clinical supervision; cross cultural supervision; professional ethics and boundaries; restorative justice; and research on families of homicide victims. Dr. Armour was selected by students for the Texas Excellence Teaching Award in 2001-2002.
Dr. Armour's students cite her exceptional ability to integrate lecture and experiential learning in a way that suits many learning styles. In addition, students note that Dr. Armour is a valued mentor who helps them approach learning from a compassionate perspective that enables them to appreciate the responsibility they have as social workers to their clients.