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Dr. Reshawna Chapple

Assistant Professor of Social Work
Burrill Office Complex

BSW, Arizona State University
MSW, Arizona State University
PhD, Arizona State University
Justice Studies Certificate of Deaf Studies and Interpreting, College of Southern Nevada

Dr. Chapple is a social worker and interdisciplinary scholar specializing in areas of disability studies, social work practice with diverse populations, critical race theory and intersectionality. She received her PhD in Justice Studies from Arizona State University. Her dissertation entitled "Being a Deaf Woman is Hard. Being Black Just Adds: Understanding the Complexities of Intersecting the Margins" explored issues of intersectionality, identity and belonging in college students who are Black, D/deaf and female. Dr. Chapple's dissertation research earned her several awards and fellowships including the School of Social Transformation Dissertation Research Block Grant, the American Education Research Association Minority Dissertation Completion Fellowship and the Arizona State University Graduate College Completion Fellowship.